Local Source–Richmond.com–Feb 12, 2018
The Advocate–Feb 16, 2018
Highly Cited–East Bay Times–Feb 12, 2018
Local Source–WAVY-TV–Feb 15, 2018
First Coast News–Feb 16, 2018
Fox17–Feb 11, 2018
“A Las Vegas police officer — who reportedly had been assigned to guard the door to gunman Stephen Paddock’s hotel room during the Oct. 1 massacre — barricaded himself in his home Wednesday evening, prompting an hourslong standoff with police and a police SWAT unit.
Officer Bret Theil, 38, of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, had recently been indicted on more than two dozen kidnapping and sexual assault charges involving a child, authorities said. The alleged offenses occurred between August 2005 and January 2007, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.
Following Theil’s arrest, a police spokesperson confirmed the officer was to be relieved of duty without pay.”
What does this pervert have in common with his fellow officers?
A taste for power and control
Who wakes up one morning and says” I want to control people for a living” ?
Who wants to order people around and back it up with the threat of violence, arrest or death?
Bullies, child molesters, wife beaters and rapists
You know the real tough guy types
Hero is an action, not a color
We need to lose losers like him and his fellows
And start hiring public servants again
2 days ago – A New London police officer was arrested after allegedly hitting a man in the face while he was handcuffed in the back of a cruiser.
Jan 16, 2018 – WASHINGTON — A former C.I.A. officer suspected by investigators of helping China dismantle United States spying operations and identify informants has been arrested, the Justice Department said on Tuesday. The collapse of the spy network was one of the American government’s worst intelligence …
Jan 17, 2018 – Jerry Chung Shing Lee, 53, was arrested at New York’s JFK airport on Monday, capping a six-year investigation that began when the FBI searched his hotel room in 2012, uncovering classified notes.
2 days ago – A former Montgomery Police officer, Amanda Millwood, 39, has been arrested on a property charge. This is her second arrest in eight months. Court records indicate Millwood was arrested and charged with receiving stolen property on Friday in connection to a theft in December 2017. An affidavit states …
Jan 17, 2018 – A former Las Vegas Metro police officer was arrested after results from a DNA kit related to a cold case homicide matched his profile, an official Metro release confirmed.
Jan 17, 2018 – Jerry Chun Shing Lee, 53, was arrested Monday night at New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and stands charged with unlawful retention of classified information. After learning that Lee was returning the U.S., the FBI obtained an arrest warrant. Lee entered the country on Monday at JFK …
6 days ago – Fulton police have arrested a former law enforcement officer for possession of cocaine.
A Greenville Police Department officer was arrested Tuesday and charged with misdemeanor larceny after an investigation into a theft.
Jan 16, 2018 – The City of Holland has determined that Anna Perales lied about an incident where she claimed Nancy De Beor’s husband forcefully grabbed her by the arm. . Story Page – WZZM13.com is the official website for WZZM-TV, your trusted source for breaking news, weather and sports in Grand Rapids, MI.
Welcome to Florida, home of the dirty cop. What you don’t want to have happen is for one of these heroes in blue to pull you over on vacation; And in Florida they make that really easy. With almost no probable cause you can be stopped. While traveling down the highway a Florida cop can say that he smelled the odor of burning marijuana and pull you over. Another famous one is the “No seat belt”. When someone has tinted windows it is almost impossible to see whether or not they are belted. Yet, in Florida “No seat belt” is cause to pull you over. Good luck, stay safe andstay away from this guy and his buddies.
“MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A City of Miami police officer is on the wrong side of the law, facing a charge of cocaine possession.
Officer Adrian Santos is suspended with pay pending termination proceedings, according to Miami Police Chief Rodolfo Llanes who spoke at an afternoon news conference regarding the arrest.
Investigators say Santos was charged for allegedly snorting cocaine at E11EVEN nightclub in Miami on November 18th and it was captured on club surveillance video.
“It appears [to show] him bringing something to his nose, and sniffing the cocaine,” Llanes said of the surveillance footage.
Santos was detained by club bouncers and turned over to Miami Police.
“A forensic analysis positively indicated the white powdery substance as cocaine,” Llanes added.
A two and a half-year veteran, Santos was off-duty and out of uniform at the time.
Santos surrendered to authorities on January 8th and has since been released.”
“A San Francisco police officer was arrested on charges of sexual assault Monday, officials said.
Justin McCall, 30, of San Francisco, was booked into San Francisco County Jail on charges of sexual assault when the victim is prevented from resisting by an intoxicating substance and sexual assault of a victim who was unconscious or asleep, San Francisco police officials said.
The San Francisco Police Department’s internal affairs criminal division was notified of the allegation in September of 2017 and opened an investigation, officials said.
McCall, who was off duty at the time of the alleged assault, was removed from direct contact with the public and reassigned from his role in the Field Operations Bureau.”
By Ed White
DETROIT (AP) — A Detroit-area police officer who killed a motorist with three shots violated the man’s constitutional rights but still has immunity in a lawsuit over deadly force, a federal appeals court said.
In a 2-1 decision last week, the court said nothing appeared to justify the conduct of Ferndale officer Lowell Phillips at the end of a chase in 2010. Nonetheless, the court said a lawsuit by Laszlo Latits’ family must end.
The court said there was no case law, or legal precedent, at the time of the shooting that would help Latits’ family overcome governmental immunity in the case.
Latits was stopped by Ferndale police for a wrong turn. He subsequently drove off after officers suspected there were drugs in the car.
The chase eventually ended with police cars on three sides of Latits’ vehicle. With no one behind him, he slowly moved his car in reverse. Phillips then shot Latits, striking him with three bullets.
Latits “showed a persistent intent to flee but not an intent to injure, and never placed the public or the officers at imminent risk. … The shooting was not objectively reasonable,” said judges Jane Stranch and Timothy Black.
But the lawsuit won’t go forward. The court said there was no legal precedent in 2010 that fits the facts of the case and would benefit the slain man’s family.
In a partial dissent, Judge Eric Clay said Phillips “needlessly cost a person his life” and doesn’t deserve immunity. He said there’s plenty of legal precedent.
“The majority has created a nearly impenetrable barrier for plaintiffs seeking to vindicate their rights against governmental officials,” Clay said.