When Irony and fate collide: Cop crashes into doughnut shop

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Posted by Deborah Lee Jarrett

“BEND, Ore. (AP) – An Oregon State Police investigation has found that a police corporal in central Oregon violated department policy by illegally running a red light before striking a truck, a pedestrian and a doughnut shop earlier this year.

The Bulletin reports that Bend Police Chief Jim Porter says the state police investigation shows Cpl. Robert Emerson violated both department policy and state law, but that the crash was one mistake in an otherwise exemplary career.

“Our investigation found that he was in violation of our vehicle operation policies,” Porter said. “Furthermore, a circuit court judge found that he violated state law. So there’s no doubt that on that day he was in violation of policy and state law, and that he made a mistake. There is absolutely no doubt about that.”

Emerson was cited after the March 5 crash and paid a $260 fine. Emerson collided with a pickup truck, slid across an intersection, hit a pedestrian and smashed into the Dough Nut shop, Oregon State Police said. No shop employees or customers were injured. Both Emerson and the pedestrian were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Emerson had been on duty for about an hour at the time of the crash and was the supervisor of four other on-duty officers. A report of a stolen vehicle that had fled police had come in just before the crash. In a written statement, Emerson told state police that he believed the driver of the stolen vehicle was impaired and he wanted to get in front of the driver to deploy spike strips.”

http://katu.com/news/local/osp-probe-officer-violated-rules-before-doughnut-shop-crash?platform=hootsuite

Sure enough

He was trying to get ahead of the Felons

That was why they they gave him all of the citations

More like some type of cosmic Karma event

Hahahaha!

Happy new Year!

PBSO deputy arrested on federal identity-theft charges

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Hanna Winston

Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

12:49 p.m Thursday, Dec. 22, 2016

“WEST PALM BEACH , FLORIDA Palm Beach County Sheriff’s deputy has been arrested on federal identity-theft charges after investigators found he was using his department-issued laptop to gather and then sell people’s information.

Frantz Felisma, 42, allegedly used a law-enforcement database to get personal identification information and sold at least 15 people’s information. With a co-conspirator, they set up credit-card and bank accounts and stole tens of thousands of dollars, according to authorities, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Miami said.

Felisma has been a deputy with the department since 2009, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.”

“Felisma was in court Thursday, represented by attorney Jason Kreiss. Magistrate Judge William Matthewman ordered Felisma be held in detention because he is a flight risk until his next hearing Dec. 28.”

“Felisma’s wife was crying as her husband stood in court shackled and wearing a blue jumpsuit.”

The whole story here:http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/crime–law/pbso-deputy-arrested-federal-identity-theft-charges/oHtyyGDpwgJ0CBwEZQZGOI/?platform=hootsuite

You want to find corrupt cops?

Come to Florida

Here you will find that the worst of the worst hide behind badges and guns

Any time you have contact with a Florida LEO you have no idea whether they may be one of the many criminals wearing badges
Think I am joking or exaggerating?
Go to google and put in the search term “Florida officer arrested” and hit news
DUI,rape, child rape, battery, and on and on
In just the first three pages there were at least 10 just from the final months of 2016
Yep, Florida sure has the best to offer when it comes to LEO

Officer friendly:Ashville cop charged with child porn

 

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By Carol Robinson | crobinson@al.com
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on December 20, 2016 at 3:26 PM

AL.com

“A former police officer in St. Clair County is under arrest on multiple child porn charges.

Adam Lee Anderson, 37, was taken into custody Tuesday, according to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. Anderson was a police officer with the Ashville Police Department until his resignation last month. It wasn’t immediately clear whether he resigned because of the pending investigation or for other reasons.

Anderson, who lives in Ashville, is charged with four counts of possession of child pornography. ALEA’s Special Victims Unit led the investigation, and was assisted by the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office, the Etowah County Sheriff’s Office and the FBI, said Senior Trooper Chuck Daniel.

Authorities didn’t release any additional details, and the court records aren’t yet available. Anderson is being held without bond in the Blount County Jail. He is being held in Blount County at the request of the St. Clair County sheriff so that he wouldn’t be jailed in the county where he formerly worked”

From here:http://www.al.com/news/birmingham/index.ssf/2016/12/former_police_officer_arrested.html

Yep, one day he is pulling you over on the highway

The next he is masturbating to child porn

Think about this:

The day before he was busted, he was a “Sworn officer of the court”

As such, his testimony would be given the weight of truth over yours

He was an official instrument of the state

Remember this pervert the next time you see a cop

Remember this pervert if you ever listen to a cop’s testimony

The sanctioning of the state does not make you a hero

A badge does not make you a hero

A blue uniform does not make you a hero

Do not assume that because some one is a cop that they are a good person

They are just as likely, if not more

To be as bad or worse as the next guy

(Yes, worse. All day long they have opportunity to abuse their authority)

Honolulu police chief caught in attempt to frame innocent man

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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) –

“In the last few days we have seen huge developments in the ongoing investigation of Police Chief Louis Kealoha and his wife, Katherine, a supervising Deputy in the office of Prosecutor Keith Kaneshiro.

For the first time, the code of silence was broken when a former officer admitted he lied, under oath, and was directed by other officers as part of a conspiracy to frame an innocent man.

It was also the first time we heard the FBI and prosecutor’s overall theory of the case. Even though the court documents don’t name names, the facts are truly shocking.

And finally, on Monday we learned that the Chief has received a letter saying he is a target of the investigation – facing felony indictment.

The federal government believes that Katherine Kealoha and the officers faked the theft of her mailbox, and staged the surveillance video as evidence to frame her uncle. This is the first time we know for sure that the FBI’s evidence supports that accusation enough to get this first guilty plea and that the conspirators face federal felonies. The officers allegedly involved work for an elite unit that reports directly to the chief.

Of course, we presume all are innocent until proven guilty. But IF true this amounts not only to a violation of the law, but a tremendous abuse of the power of law enforcement and of taxpayer resources.

Also shocking is the apparent lack of concern about this by Honolulu’s top law enforcement agencies. Prosecutor Kaneshiro issued a statement supporting Mrs. Kealoha and belittling the investigation. The police department at least expressed concern and disappointment but said it would take action only if allegations were “confirmed.” The police chief also remained defiant – and stopped short of putting himself on leave”

Copyright 2016 Hawaii News Now. All rights reserved.

Psychopaths know right from wrong but don’t care

“The behavior of psychopaths is, without doubt, morally inappropriate, including murder, sexual molestation, fraud, and arson. Further, clinical analyses show that they present abnormal emotional profiles, as well as problems with inhibitory control, often leading to both reactive and instrumental aggression (Blair, 1995, 1997, 2008; Blair and Cipolotti, 2000; Blair et al., 1995; Glenn and Raine, 2008; Kiehl, 2006; Kiehl et al., 2001; Raine and Yang, 2006). What is unclear is the extent to which psychopaths suffer from damage to morally-specific knowledge that, in healthy individuals, guides intuitive judgments of right and wrong independently of their moral actions. On the one hand, studies indicate that psychopaths, both adults and juveniles, show a diminished capacity to distinguish between conventional and moral transgressions (Blair, 1995, 1997, 2008; Smetana, 2005; Turiel, 1998, 2005). For example, unlike healthy adults, adult psychopaths will typically judge as equally forbidden transgressions in which a person wears pyjamas to a restaurant (conventional) and a person who gratuitously hits a waiter in the restaurant (moral). Psychopaths also show diminished inhibitory control, a deficit that may contribute to their impulsive behavior, especially in the context of violence (Blair, 2008; Blair and Cipolotti, 2000; Kiehl, 2006). This research has led to the view that because of their emotional deficits, psychopaths have corresponding deficits in moral knowledge which, coupled with poor inhibitory control, leads to morally inappropriate behavior (Blair, Mitchell, and Blair, 2005; Nichols, 2002; Prinz, 2008).

Further support for the idea that the deficit in moral psychology seen among psychopaths is due to the deficit in emotional processing, comes from the wealth of research showing a significant relationship between emotional experience and moral judgment. For example, dozens of studies now show that you can prime people’s emotional state, and as a result, change their judgment of particular moral scenarios. For instance, putting people in a happy state is associated with a greater tendency to allow someone to be used as a means to some greater good (Valdesolo and DeSteno, 2006); associating a neutral word with disgust under hypnosis is associated with more severe moral condemnation (Wheatley and Haidt, 2006); inducing disgust is associated with more severe moral judgments (Schnall et al., 2008).”

Drunken cop pulls gun on cashier at McDonald’s

“A McGrumpy US Marshal wasn’t lovin’ the wait at a Brooklyn McDonald’s — so he whipped out a loaded gun and pointed it at the terrified cashier and customers, cops said Sunday.

Drunken off-duty Deputy Marshal Charles Brown, 30, stumbled into the fast-food joint in Bay Ridge around 1:20 a.m. Saturday and quickly started a beef, according to police.

The fried lawman began yelling at cashier Joanna Diaz, 41, about the long wait for his food, police sources said.

Brown then allegedly pulled out his loaded service weapon and pointed it at Diaz before wheeling around and training his gun on terrified customers inside the 86th Street eatery.

The marshal zeroed in on a 21-year-old man behind him in line who tried to intervene on the cashier’s behalf, cops said.

As workers frantically dialed 911, Brown’s order came up, and he paid for his food and fled, sources said.

Responding cops canvassed the area and found Brown on the street. He was arrested and hit with a slew of charges, including menacing, harassment and violating firearm license regulations.”

http://linkis.com/nypost.com/2016/12/1/njAks

Once again, let me beg the question:

What kind of person chooses a job that consists of controlling other people?

Guys like this that have a sense of power and entitlement

And the best part?

He was released without bail

What does that tell you?

Shreveport’s finest: 3 cops fired, two others suspended

Andre Wilson

Posted: Dec 16, 2016 11:12 PM EST Updated: Dec 16, 2016 11:49 PM EST

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SHREVEPORT, La – Five Shreveport police officers are off the beat after disciplinary action this week.

Shreveport Police Chief Alan Crump fired Andrew Wilson, over alleged policy violations.

This is the second time Wilson has been fired. He was terminated in 2014 after his arrest on an obstruction of justice charge. The charge stemmed from an investigation into allegations that Wilson had an inappropriate relationship with a student while he was a school resource officer at a Shreveport high school, according to court documents.

Police ultimately charged Wilson with obstruction of justice, alleging he destroyed evidence in his phone during the investigation.

The case was dismissed earlier this year and Wilson was reinstated — but in October Crump suspended him as the department investigated unspecified policy violations.

Wilson first joined the department in 2004.

Crump also has fired another officer — James Greene — accused of wrongdoing on the job.

In 2015, Greene was charged with abuse of office after a woman accused him of raping her in his office at the Shreveport Police Department. A jury acquitted him earlier this year and he was reinstated on the police force.

In October, Crump put Greene on paid leave again during an investigation of unspecified policy violations.

This week, Crump also fired Officer Sean Channell after an investigation into unspecified policy violations. Channell joined the department in 2009.

Crump also put Officer Joshua Dowell on paid leave after Dowell was arrested on a contempt of court charge this afternoon. Dowell joined the department in 2011.

Officer Jemarlun Walker also has been put on leave during an investigation of unspecified policy violations”

http://www.ktbs.com//story/34077708/three-shreveport-police-officers-fired-two-suspended#.WFWa-SmUO6A.twitter

Seriously, I have only one question:

Who the hell is hiring these people?