Heroes in blue: Compilation of cops arrested 9/22/2017

 

Sheriff’s deputy arrested, accused of stealing cash, credit cards from …

Atlanta Journal ConstitutionSep 20, 2017
The case evolved into a narcotics investigation in which the person who reported the burglary, Sammy Shehata, was arrested for allegedly …
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Update: Pulaski Co. Deputy Arrested in Saline Co. Resigns

KARKSep 20, 2017
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – A deputy with the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) is jailed in Benton after being arrested in a weekend incident.
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Deputy used stolen credit cards to buy baby items, Orange County …

Orlando SentinelSep 20, 2017
An Orange County Sheriff’s deputy who was suspended and arrested on theft charges Tuesday used stolen credit cards he took from a suspect …
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Sheriff’s deputy arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting 2 inmates

Los Angeles TimesSep 14, 2017
A Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy was arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting two inmates inside a county jail facility, Sheriff Jim …
LA County Sheriff’s Deputy Accused of Rape at Women’s Jail
Highly CitedNBC Southern CaliforniaSep 14, 2017

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Pulaski Co. deputy arrested on battery, assault charges

KATVSep 18, 2017
According to the Saline County Sheriff’s Office, Pulaski County Deputy Daniel Cantwell, 27, of White Hall, was arrested just after 4:10 a.m …
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Delaware County Sheriff’s Department deputy arrested on drug …

WRTV IndianapolisSep 15, 2017
DELAWARE COUNTY, Ind. — A deputy with the Delaware County Sheriff’s Department was arrested on drug charges late Wednesday night.
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Deputy arrested for domestic violence while off duty

KTALSep 19, 2017
Bossier Parish – Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington has terminated a Bossier deputy following an off-duty incident that occurred in Bossier City.
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Lost Coast Outpost

Former Humboldt County Correctional Deputy arrested on child …

KRCRTV.COMSep 19, 2017
The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that Corey Fisher, a former Humboldt County Correctional Deputy, has been arrested on …
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Anderson deputy arrested in domestic case; SLED says incident on …

Anderson Independent MailSep 15, 2017
An Anderson County Sheriff’s Office deputy has been arrested after a “domestic disturbance” at his home, the agency announced late Friday …
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Ft. Meyers cops tipped drug dealers, discriminated; One fired 4 on leave

How’s that for some heroes? Out there risking their lies every day.

When are we going to stop giving these people default hero status just because they wear a badge and swear an oath?  

Any time you have an encounter Win an LEO it is just as likely to be this scumbag as not

Just a few bad apples right?

Yeah, sure.

That is why the city already has five and a whole list of others that they won’t release

That is why this website is filled with so many stories of debauchery and corruption

That is why every time I make a post I pass up on 20 other stories

This has to stop

We the people who are being subjected to this police state have to say that we have had enough and demand change

We are approaching a seminal moment in our nations history and in the end there is no place for crooks and thugs preying on our streets and citizens

The time is coming to replace the domestic warrior with the public servant

They just haven’t gotten the memo yet

 


Gutridge receiving officer of the quarter award

“FORT MYERS, Fla. –

Fort Myers police are firing one of their officers after an independent report exposed problems within the department.

Eric Gutridge is one of five officers put on leave after the Freeh report revealed corruption, racial bias and even officers tipping off drug dealers.

NBC2 first reported that the five officers have been on paid leave since February, but Gutridge is the only one currently that has been confirmed fired.

The timing of it all has attorneys working numerous cases in the legal system asking if there are more officers off the job.

“This is just another example of something going on that should be causing everyone serious concern,” said Donald Day, attorney for allegeded Lake Boyz gang member Jari McMiller.

McMiller is the brother of NFL star Sammy Watkins

Just 24 hours earlier, Day argued for the release of the full Freeh report with all the appendix items, that only chief Derrick Diggs was provided.

Gutridge was still on the list of officers on leave until June when we learned of a new list without his name.

In June, captain Jay Rodriguez says some other officers are on administrative leave, but some of those officers have active internal affairs investigations, so their identities are confidential at this time.”

http://www.nbc-2.com/story/36214546/fort-myers-police-officer-fired-amid-internal-investigation

Jacksonville deputy arrested after groping caught on camera

Read the story below and let it sink in. 18 years he was on the force. That is who these people are. ” Multiple horrible choices” tells you that they knew exactly who this guy was and what he was up to. But you know what? The day before he was arrested he was a “Sworn officer of the court”. With full knowledge that this guy was a dirtbag he was still tasked with enforcing the laws of the state.    That is the guy you see who straps a gun and badge on every day; The state enforcer. The blunt instrument that the state uses to bend it’s citizens to it’s will. Do they care if their blunt instrument is also a criminal?   Not at all. Not one case that this guy testified in will ever be undone. The state got its money, the judge got paid, the prosecutor got paid and some defense attorney got paid.    The system thrives on low lifes like this because they will unthinkingly carry out their thuggery.    Then why was he arrested? Because he got careless and got himself caught on camera.  No matter how much you might want to look the other way it is impossible when it is caught on video

WJCT

“An 18-year-veteran of the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office faces possible termination after his arrest Tuesday.

Officer Thomas McDonald was arrested for simple battery after he was caught on video inappropriately touching a woman’s breast at Five Points bar Birdie’s early on Sunday morning.

JSO Undersheriff Pat Ivey announced the arrest Tuesday afternoon. He said McDonald was talking to the woman and her boyfriend, whom he knew previously, when he playfully invited her to punch him. After she did, McDonald responded by touching her “upper breast.”

“She was pissed. Her face had a very shocked look,” Ivey said. “You can tell by her response that it was a totally unwanted contact by Officer McDonald.”

Ivey said she immediately punched McDonald — for real this time — before calling police after the incident.

He said McDonald was already facing a 15-day suspension in a separate case when he was arrested for the bar incident.

“This is something that’s not connected to anything else. This is not corruption. This is an officer that made a horrible choice, and if he’s an officer that made multiple horrible choices in the last four years, five years, so be it. We deal with it,” Ivey said.

Ivey said McDonald previously served a 10-day suspension in another case as well.

He is the eighth JSO officer arrested this year.”

The whole story here:http://news.wjct.org/post/jso-officer-arrested-after-indecent-touching-incident-caught-camera

Court rules to protect names of lying cops

You can’t have one without the other. The courts and the corrupt judges sitting on the bench need these lying cops to bring proceeds into their courts.   No lies, no convictions, no money to run a hugely expensive system.  The courts criminal courts have now become a self perpetuating bureaucracy.     Right or wrong does not exist only revenue does. Take a plea , pay the fine and pay the salaries of those set out to persecute you.

“The names of Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputies who’ve lied, stolen, falsified reports and committed other types of “moral” misconduct are confidential and cannot be handed over to prosecutors — even in pending criminal cases in which the deputies are listed as potential witnesses — a Los Angeles appeals court ruled Tuesday.

The decision by the state’s 2nd District Court of Appeal makes clear just how secret officers’ identities and personnel files are in California. The ruling is also the latest turn in the fight over a secret list compiled by Los Angeles County’s sheriff of 300 deputies whose history of misconduct could damage their credibility if they are ever called to testify in criminal cases.

“It’s a victory for cops everywhere,” said Elizabeth Gibbons, an attorney for the Assn. for Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs, the union that represents rank-and-file deputies.

Last fall, the union sued the department over Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell’s attempt to disclose the names to the district attorney’s office. The union had argued that revealing the names to prosecutors, even in pending cases, would violate state peace officer confidentiality laws and draw unfair scrutiny of deputies whose mistakes might have happened long ago.

The appeals court agreed on the strict confidentiality of law enforcement personnel files. But it left open the possibility that names could be disclosed pursuant to a court order.

California has some of the strictest protections on law enforcement officer records in the country. Discipline hearings, personnel files and even the names of officers accused in internal affairs investigations are secret.

“Notifying an outside agency, even a prosecutor’s office, that a deputy has an administratively founded allegation of misconduct involving moral turpitude cannot be characterized as anything other than disclosing information obtained from the peace officer’s personnel file,” the court said in its opinion.

But some advocates for police transparency slammed the decision.

“There should not be greater concern for protecting officers with histories of lying, domestic abuse, evidence tampering and other immoral conduct from public scrutiny than for ensuring that individuals accused of crimes receive a fair trial,” said Melanie Ochoa, a staff attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California.

The ACLU, along with other advocacy groups, filed a friend-of-the-court brief in March, asking the appeals court to reject the deputies union’s request that none of the names of problem deputies be sent to prosecutors.

Brady vs. Maryland

McDonnell’s effort to send deputies’ names to prosecutors had nothing to do with recommending that the officers be charged with crimes, the department contended. Instead it would have been a heads-up to the district attorney’s office that the deputies were potentially vulnerable to attacks on their credibility if they were ever called to testify, and that prosecutors would potentially have to alert defense attorneys about the names.

Under the 1963 U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Brady vs. Maryland, prosecutors are obligated to alert defendants to any evidence that could aid the defense. That evidence includes information that could undermine an officer’s credibility. Not doing so could result in wrongful convictions.

Right now, police agencies in at least a dozen counties in California regularly do precisely what McDonnell was attempting. Some departments, including those in San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura, have been giving prosecutors the names of problem officers for well over a decade.

Legal experts say Tuesday’s decision could begin to change that.

Although the ruling pertains to the Sheriff’s Department, analysts say it could embolden police unions across the state to refuse a prosecutor’s request to identify problematic officers who might be called as witnesses.”

http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-brady-decision-20170612-story.html

The hero files : Cops arrested compilation June 5 2017

Graft, corruption, rape , child porn and senseless beatings. That’s right, these are the Roid popping, road raging domestic warriors that we call our public servants.   They are heroes one and all because every day they put on a uniform and gun  and “Put their lives on the line”.   Oh that’s right , I meant to say “Put their lies on the line”. Their job is not even in the top 10 most dangerous. Cops are actually behind Landscape supervisors. That’s right, you want to find a hero? Talk to the guy in the uniform that runs the lawn crew. You are much less likely to beaten, robbed or lied about by him anyway.     Read on the list below and remember  these degenerates in blue the next time you see a cop or listen to one in court. Hero is an action…  Not a color

Off duty cop directing traffic fires into van full of children

And who would have guessed? The cowardly scumbag lied about the incident to try and justify it. He tried to use the old “Feared for his life” on a van full of children.     What a hero this guy is. The report states that he ran along side of the van and shot after it went around him. That’s right; he was pissed because the van didn’t stop and went around him.  This is the caliber of person you get who chooses a job controlling others at gun point.    Remember this guy the next time you hear a cop giving testimony. Chances are he is most likely to be the one telling lies.

 

ATLANTA – Channel 2 Action News has confirmed the Atlanta police officer who opened fire on a man driving a van behind the Georgia Dome has been fired for using excessive force.

Channel 2’s Nefertiti Jaquez has obtained documents that show Sgt. Mathieu Cadeau’s has been terminated from the department.

“The reality is, the physical evidence doesn’t lie,” attorney Shean Williams told Jaquez after reviewing the documents confirming Cadeau’s termination.

Williams represents Noel Hall, of North Carolina, who was shot by Cadeau while driving his van out of a motocross event at the Georgia Dome in February.

“The law is clear. You cannot fire. You cannot fire a deadly weapon without your life or someone’s life being in danger,” Williams said.

Jaquez spoke on the phone Thursday night  to Hall, who said he was pleased to hear Cadeau had been removed from the force.

“Extremely happy, I think it’s the first step in justice,” Hall said. “What would make him think I was trying to accelerate at him with kids and grandkids in the car?”

According to the documents, Cadeau was working an off-duty job directing traffic along Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard that night.

He told investigators he shot at Hall’s van because, “I was in fear of my safety, the safety of other traffic personnel and the pedestrians.”

“The driver looked away and then made a hard left turn with high acceleration,” Cadeau said in his report.


“If his life was in danger he would have emptied a clip in me, he wouldn’t have just shot one time,” Hall told Jaquez.

Investigators didn’t think Cadeau’s story added up.

They said he was standing near the driver’s side window when he fired at the van so he was never in danger of being hit by Hall.

They also interviewed a witness who said, “As the driver drove around the two officers, one officer ran alongside the van and ‘popped a shot off.'”

“There is no reasonable excuse for what happened,” Williams said.

Jaquez went to Cadeau’s home for comment, but no one was there.

Documents indicate that Cadeau was notified of the firing May 8, which will become effective on Friday.

Sources close to this case told Jaquez that the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office is now investigating whether criminal charges should be brought against Cadeau.

http://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/atlanta/apd-officer-fired-for-excessive-after-opening-fire-on-man-in-van/524146636?platform=hootsuite

Heroes of the week: Cops arrested for 5-18-2017

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Posted by Deborah Jarrett

Those wacky boys and girls in blue are back! They are stealing , beating, lying and pillaging their way across the nation!     Watch out or you may end up on the wrong end of their weapon or worse. These heroes in blue are the worst that they have to offer and all that oath means to them is power and a paycheck.

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