“An off-duty Texas sheriff’s deputy was arrested Monday on a domestic violence charge, according to the sheriff’s office.
The Bexar County deputy, Michael DeWitt, was arrested by San Antonio police at about 6:10 a.m. after he allegedly assaulted the victim by choking or strangulating them. He was booked into the Bexar County Jail on a $3,500 bond.
DeWitt is at least the 22nd Bexar deputy arrested in 2018.
The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office’s Internal Affairs division is conducting a separate but concurrent investigation into DeWitt’s alleged misconduct.
“I’ve made my stance perfectly clear on this issue,” said Sheriff Javier Salazar. “Proactively since September 2018 we have included family violence training during our annual in-service with Family Violence Prevention Services Inc. for this purpose. This case will be handled as swiftly and severely as allowable by civil service and the collective bargaining agreement.”
According to the sheriff’s office, DeWitt, 51, is assigned to the Law Enforcement Bureau Patrol Services division. He has been placed on unpaid administrative leave.
DeWitt, a 19-year veteran of the sheriff’s office, was previously arrested in 1995 for alleged drag racing, but the charge was later dropped due to insufficient evidence.
The arrested deputy is at least the 22nd deputy arrested in 2018. This year, Salazar has made efforts to curb behavioral issues in his office. He’s added a staff psychologist to identify at-risk deputies, and he updated the job application requirements for deputies to reject anyone who has previously been arrested for a crime”
Hide the women and kids! Theyr’e back! Those wacky men and women with guns and Handcuffs! That’s right, be sure not to get pulled over when they are back on the streets. Seems like the only people more rapey and dishonest than lawmakers are law enforcers! Come on in and see the show……..
A road bandit, monetarily preying on citizens for the state of Georgia, was shot dead Thursday after confronting an armed citizen. The citizen, apparently at his wits end after being pulled over, fled on foot.
The road bandit, who is currently unidentified, was shot and killed during the chase when the citizen pulled out a fire arm and fired at him.
The citizen who is also unidentified, was later hunted down by a larger group of Road bandits and killed in a firefight after dogs were released on him.
Nationwide this is the 46th killing of a Road bandit or associated Government officer.
In a typical year almost 2000 Bandits are accused of crimes against citizens and are themselves arrested.
In New York city alone, $385 Million was paid out in a five year period to settle abuse claims against the cities bandits
So far to date in 2018, Road bandits have killed 947 citizens nationwide
Seriously, do you think that you should believe what any of them have to say? A few bad apples? My ass it is. If it were just that we wouldn’t have this unending stream of arrest material to work with. Are you surprised that they are racist liars? Why wouldn’t they be? What incentive do they have other than the risk of getting caught? I know that I am not surprised. As a matter of fact that is why this website exists. That’s right a lying, scumbag cop. My wife did 30 days in jail because this cop sat on the stand and perjured himself. He lied his ass off in testimony that was in direct opposition to what he testified to earlier. 30 days for a first offense of resisting without violence. A woman who was a nurse, a social worker, a guardian Ad litem and a medic. All the judge had to say was ” Bring it up at appeal, I can’t discount the testimony of a sworn officer of the court”. A sworn officer. A lying officer, just like the chief here. If you get called to jury duty, you remember these lying P.O.S. on this page and do the right thing. Don’t believe a word they say.
MIAMI Nov. 27— The former police chief of a small Florida city will serve three years in prison for a conspiracy in his department to frame black men for crimes they did not commit. A federal judge in Miami imposed the sentence Tuesday on ex-Biscayne Park chief Raimundo Atesiano, who had faced a maximum 10-year sentence.
Three other former officers have also pleaded guilty in the case, which centered around efforts by Atesiano to improve his department’s crime-solving rate.
Atesiano’s lawyer says the victims were not randomly selected but were known to police as having criminal pasts. The judge allowed Atesiano to remain free for two weeks before surrendering so he can care for his mother, who is dying of leukemia, according to The Miami Herald.
“When I took the job, I was not prepared,” Atesiano told the judge, the newspaper reported. “I made some very, very bad decisions.”
Prosecutors say the crimes for which black people were falsely arrested included burglaries and vehicle break-ins.
Two ex-officers were sentenced to a year each in prison, while the third got just over two years behind bars.