Who’s pulling you Over?: Compilation of heroes in blue arrested for rape, child rape, child porn and more for the week of 02/27/2019

Former police officer jailed in Flagler County for probation violation …

The Ledger5 hours ago
A former Bunnell police officer was arrested Tuesday after … probation following a previous prison sentence for child pornography that saw him …
Paroled Bunnell ex-cop rearrested for violating probation on porn charge
Local SourceDaytona Beach News-Journal2 hours ago

Former Florida officer of the year kills himself amid child porn …

WCTVFeb 21, 2019
(AP) — Authorities say a decorated Florida police detective killed himself just before he was to be arrested on charges that he possessed child …

Grifton police officer arrested on child exploitation charges

New Bern Sun JournalFeb 8, 2019
A former Grifton police officer and father of three children was fired Wednesday after being arrested on child pornography changes.

Oregon police officer accused of soliciting child porn, sexually abusing …

OregonLive.comFeb 12, 2019
A Myrtle Creek police officer was arrested last week after authorities say he pretended to be a child on Facebook to solicit sexually explicit …

Florida cop covered up for Buddy in murder plot against 79 year old

“SARASOTA, FL — As one former Sarasota County Sheriff’s deputy stands accused of trying to kill a 79-year-old woman, another deputy now faces charges for allegedly covering up evidence related to the crime. The arrest of Deputy Carson Lee Plank, 23, was announced by the sheriff’s office Thursday.

Plank, a one-year veteran of the agency, “lied to detectives during the criminal investigation surrounding ex-employee Frankie Bybee,” the sheriff’s office wrote in an email to media.

Carson, the sheriff’s office said, was one of the first deputies to arrive on the scene after the elderly woman reported the murder attempt on Jan. 12. When Carson was questioned by detectives about what she found at the scene, she told them she “didn’t see anything out of the ordinary at the victim’s home,” the email said. Carson also denied having contact with Bybee since he was placed on administrative leave Dec. 20.


See also: Ex-Deputy Accused Of Attempted Murder Faces New Charges


The sheriff’s office said detectives interviewed Plank again on Jan. 19. She told a different story during that interview, the agency alleges.

“Plank admitted to locating and photographing with a cellular phone, a blood droplet with human hair, at the victim’s home on January 12,” the agency said in a media release. “Plank did not submit the photograph as evidence and following the January 12 incident, contacted Bybee to make him aware of the questions detectives asked her related to the attempted murder allegations. Phone records later obtained by detectives confirmed the communication between Plank and Bybee.”

http://patch.com/florida/sarasota/2nd-sarasota-deputy-arrested-attempted-murder-investigation

Go figure……

Yet another bad apple

How long is that narrative going to hold up?

We should all feign shock that a cop lied on his report

Just like story after story after story

Sorry guys, no default hero status for you anymore

No more assumption of thruthfulness

The balance is tilting as more and more law abiding citizens see you for what you are

Welcome to the cell phone age and the age of the dash cam

And by the way

I am so glad that I can help

 

How deep the corruption goes: Former LA sheriff to be re-tried

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“Federal prosecutors announced Tuesday they will retry former L.A. Sheriff Lee Baca for obstruction of justice and conspiracy after his trial last month ended in a hung jury.

At the new trial, scheduled to begin in February, Baca will also face a third charge – false statements, which had been previously severed from the case.

“We think it’s best to rejoin the counts,” prosecutor Brandon Fox told Judge Percy Anderson.

The defense took issue with the move to rejoin, saying it was extremely rare.

“The matter is closed,” Anderson told the defense. “That’s what we are going to do.”

Prosecutors accused Baca of being ‘the heartbeat’ of a conspiracy to thwart an FBI investigation into inmate abuse in the county jails, which the sheriff oversees. But Baca’s defense attorney, Nathan Hochman, told jurors at the last trial the plan was masterminded by then undersheriff Paul Tanaka and carried out in secret from the sheriff.

Prosecutors presented evidence that put Baca in conversation with conspirators, but during deliberations, jurors questioned whether the sheriff’s involvement was illegal. Eleven of the 12 jurors wanted to acquit Baca of obstruction of justice and conspiracy. When the jurors could not reach consensus, the judge declared a mistrial.

“Traditionally, many 11-1 cases have not been retried,” Hochman told reporters after retrial was announced. “Why the government wants to do that, you should ask the government.”

Baca was once among the most powerful men in law enforcement and ran the country’s largest sheriff department for 15 years. He retired in 2014, not long after the U.S. attorney in Los Angeles announced charges against his employees.

Those deputies were accused of hiding an FBI informant, moving him from cell to cell and shrouding him under false names to make it difficult for the FBI to investigate claims of brutality in the jails. Sheriff’s deputies also put an FBI agent under surveillance, showing up outside her home and threatening her arrest.

Nine individuals were convicted or pleaded guilty for their roles in the scheme, including Baca’s second-in-command, Paul Tanaka.

Earlier last year, prosecutors offered Baca a deal in exchange for pleading guilty to making false statements to the FBI, but the judge rejected it as too lenient. That led to the December trial, when prosecutors called many former sheriff’s deputies to testify against Baca.

Baca is accused of lying to federal investigators in 2013, when he told them that he didn’t know there was a civil rights investigation, did not participate in plans to keep the inmate informant from the FBI, and was unaware deputies were going to approach the FBI agent at her home.”

http://www.scpr.org/news/2017/01/10/67964/former-la-sheriff-lee-baca-will-be-retried-in-corr/

It is not just your beat cop or patrol man

It is the nature of the person who desires power and control over others

Power corrupts and absolute power

Corrupts absolutely

There needs to be a fundamental change in who is allowed to be a cop

We need public servants

Not domestic warriors

We need people who want to serve the community

Not “Bust the heads of criminals”

We need men and women who want to serve and better America

People who are part of their community and for their community

Cop charged after 2 year old shoots mother with his gun

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– A Waxhaw police officer has been charged after his 2-year-old son accidentally shot his mother, officials said.

Officer Jeremy Ferguson is charged with failing to store a firearm to protect a minor– a misdemeanor violation.

The shooting happened about 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 4 at the officer’s home along Bigham Road in Waxhaw.

 

According to the Union County Sheriff’s Office, Officer Ferguson’s 2-year-old son found his off-duty gun and fired a shot. The bullet hit Ferguson’s wife, but she is expected to be okay.

Waxhaw Police Chief Mike Eiss said officer Jeremy Ferguson has been placed on administrative leave with pay while the department holds an internal investigation. He faces a fine or community service if found guilty.

The rest here:http://www.fox46charlotte.com/home/227521767-story?platform=hootsuite

But the day before the shooting this guy could decide whether or not to take your life

The day before the shooting this guy could decide who to arrest or not

Just one hour before the shooting this guy had default hero status because he wore the very same gun

What is wrong with this picture?

 

 

Poll: 93% Of Officers Fear For Their Safety While On The Job

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“Most police officers believe their job has become more dangerous in light of recent fatal encounters between cops and black people, a poll reveals.

A Pew Research poll released Wednesday surveyed 8,000 male and female officers across the country to get their opinions on policing, the recent protests against officers and their thoughts on using force against civilians.

Eighty-six percent of officers surveyed said the recent high-profile encounters between police and black people have made their jobs more difficult. Only 12 percent believed the encounters did not make a difference.

In light of these encounters, 93 percent of officers are also more fearful for their safety while on the job.

Seventy-six percent of officers said they were more unwilling to use force when necessary, while 72 percent are less willing to stop and question someone who seems suspicious.

Officers also gave their thoughts on the protests surrounding fatal police shootings. Sixty-eight percent of cops believe the protests are due to an anti-police bias. Only 10 percent think that the protesters really want police to be responsible for their actions.

When it comes to the job, some of the officers expressed frustrations with being a cop. Fifty-one percent said being a cop vexed them, while 56 said they had become more callous because of the job. About 66 percent of officers described being verbally abused while on the job by a citizen.”

 http://dailycaller.com/2017/01/11/poll-93-of-officers-fear-for-their-safety-while-on-the-job/#ixzz4VTsN0m6U
So let’s make a correlation here
Police deaths were at an all time low at the beginning of 2015
Deaths of citizens killed by police were at an all time high
Now there are record breaking shootings of police
Could the two be related?
C’mon, it’s not rocket science

Welcome to the video age: Scumbag cop resigns after being caught on video punching woman in the face

 

  “The Flagstaff police officer seen punching a woman in the face in a video that circulated on social media in November resigned Wednesday after the department recommended he be fired.

The resignation comes the day after the Northern Arizona University Police Department forwarded its investigation into Jeff Bonar, the officer on the video, to the Mohave County Attorney’s Office, which will review the investigation and determine if Bonar should face criminal charges for his actions.

The report, written by Mike O’Hagan, a sergeant in the NAU Police Department, said Marissa Morris, who Bonar and Coconino County Sheriff’s Deputy Joel Winchester were attempting to detain, was not showing “active aggression” or “aggravated active aggression” as the officers attempted to detain her.

The incident occurred in November when Bonar and Winchester were at Morris and her boyfriend’s home on East Blizzard Way to ensure the two were complying with an eviction notice.

According to a report filed at the time, Bonar recognized Morris because she had warrants out for her arrest in non-violent cases. Records show Bonar attempted to arrest Morris on the warrants, which had already been settled at an earlier date and were no longer outstanding.

“It does not appear that the level of force used in this case is reasonable, or immediately necessary to make the arrest,” O’Hagan wrote. “Since Officer Bonar’s first closed fist strike does not come immediately after an aggressive action of Morris, it is not timely, nor is it appropriate for the situation.”

Flagstaff Police Chief Kevin Treadway said the department’s internal affairs investigation found six policy violations against Bonar, the majority regarding excessive use of force.

“The level of resistance by Miss Morris during this incident did not warrant the head strikes used by Officer Bonar,” Treadway said.

Treadway said Bonar also violated policy by not activating his body camera.

“I find no excuse for him not activating his camera and it is a clear violation of our policies,” Treadway said.”

http://azdailysun.com/news/local/flagstaff-officer-in-punch-video-resigns-while-facing-being-fired/article_63728480-58a3-5ef1-801d-3c5fde4d03f3.html?platform=hootsuite

What a dirtbag

He certainly made sure that his body camera was turned off

But in the end it didn’t matter

He still got recorded anyway

Make sure that any interaction you might have with LEO is recorded

If not it is your word against theirs

And remember, they are “Sworn officers of the court” and their testimony is given the weight of truth

A recap of Florida’s heroes in blue in the news: Rape, abuse, child porn, and child molestation