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.”
Who wants to control other people as a profession? Who wants to constantly wear the threat of violence and arrest? Who are these people? They have more in common with rapists, bullies and wife beaters than they do with the average person. It is the type of person who is attracted to the job that makes it dangerous. Do you trust that the guy who pulls you over on a dark highway wearing a gun is A – Okay? I know that I don’t and if you do you need to read some more of what is written on this website.
“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.”
The entire “Hero” by default theme needs to be re-written. Just because someone straps on a gun and uniform does not make them a hero. Cops are just as likely to lie and break the law, if not more, than the average person. They get rewarded for their behavior because it is automatically assumed that they are telling the truth. If you end up in court and hear sworn testimony by a “Sworn officer of the court” do not believe what they say without considering the cops contained on these pages.
“A Broward Sheriff’s deputy — who was acquitted on charges of stealing during a drug bust several years ago — is now facing a slew of new charges after detectives say he was involved in a drug-trafficking organization.
Albury Burrows, 47, who is stationed at the Port Everglades district, was arrested Monday while he was working. He faces 10 charges, including racketeering, using a two-way communication device to facilitate a felony, owning or renting a place for the purpose of trafficking drugs and tampering with evidence. His bond was set for $271,000.”
Jonathan Perry Works and Brian Edward Walker were arrested Monday, Dec. 11, 2017 after a grand jury indicted them on multiple sex charges. The two men have since resigned from the Southside Police Department. (Etowah County Jail)()
“Two former police officers in Etowah County were arrested Monday night on sex crime charges.
Jonathan Perry Works, 41, of Gadsden, and Brian Edward Walker, 44, of Rainbow City were booked into the Etowah County Jail in the early evening, records show. Both worked at Southside Police Department and their arrests followed indictments that were issued earlier in the day.
Works is charged with two counts of first-degree rape and two counts of first-degree sodomy, state court records show.
The rape indictments against Works state he engaged in sexual intercourse with a member of the opposite sex who was incapable of consent by reason of being physically helpless or mentally incapacitated. On the sodomy charges, Works is accused of engaging in deviate sexual intercourse with a member of the opposite sex who was incapable of consent by reason of being physically helpless or mentally incapacitated.
The victim’s name was redacted and it wasn’t clear if all four counts involved the same victim or different victims. Works’ bond is set at $100,000.
Walker is charged with two counts of rape. According to the indictment, Walker did engage in sexual intercourse with a member of the opposite sex who was incapable of consent by reason of being physically helpless or mentally incapacitated or, having a legal duty to prevent the commission of the offense, did fail to make an effort he is legally required to make.”
Real heroes aren’t they? These could be the guys pulling you over on a dark highway. What do you think made them want to be cops? They “Wanted to help people” ? Is it that or did they have the desire to control people? What normal person wants to put others under their control? What normal person wants to wear a gun and force others to do their will? Not very many. These “Heroes” have more in common with rapists, bullies and wife beaters than with the “Normal” person. Just because someone puts on a uniform doesn’t make them a hero. It makes them a person who chose this job for a specific reason.
Go ahead, keep telling yourself it is just a few bad apples. If you believe that I have a bridge to sell you. A badge and a uniform does not a hero make. Ask yourself why someone wants to be a cop. ” To help other people” right? Bullshit. When was the last time you saw a cop help anyone? All they want to do is throw their ass around and give out orders at the threat of violence or arrest. Next time you see a cop swaggering around take a really good look at him. Who do you see? A hero, or a guy on a power trip? I will let you decide.
“A former Baltimore City police officer who is currently a police officer in Philadelphia was arrested Tuesday in connection with an investigation into illegal activities of former members of the Baltimore police Gun Trace Task Force.
Officer Eric Troy Snell, 33, of Philadelphia, was arrested on charged of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute heroin and cocaine.
Snell has been employed by the Philadelphia Police Department since September 2014. He was most recently assigned to the 35th Police District. As a result of the criminal investigation and indictment, Snell will be suspended for 30 days with intent to dismiss.
According to court documents, Snell attended the Baltimore City Police Department Training Academy and was a Baltimore police officer until March 2008. While he was in the academy, Snell met co-conspirator Detective Jemell Rayam. Snell became an officer in the Philadelphia Police Department in September 2014.
According to the indictment, between October 2016 and June 2017, while Snell was with the Philadelphia Police Department and Rayam was with the Baltimore Police Department, Snell and Rayam discussed and planned with each other the sale of illegal narcotics, including cocaine and heroin that had been obtained or seized by members of the Gun Trace Task Force in Baltimore.
The indictment alleges that in October 2016, Baltimore police Sgt. Wayne Jenkins, Rayam and detectives in the GTTF, engaged in a high-speed police chase where the driver of the vehicle threw more than 9 ounces of cocaine out of the window of his vehicle before crashing near Mondawmin Mall in Baltimore. The officers retrieved the cocaine and Jenkins told Rayam to sell most of the cocaine and give Jenkins proceeds of the sale, which Rayam agreed to do, federal prosecutors said.
Later that month, after learning from Rayam that he had cocaine, Snell asked Rayam to provide him with the stolen cocaine instead of submitting it as evidence to the Baltimore Police Department, and Rayam agreed to do so, federal prosecutors said.
Rayam then traveled to Philadelphia and met with Snell at his house. Rayam provided the cocaine to Snell, who arranged to meet with his brother, who was going to sell the drugs, federal prosecutors said. According to the indictment, Snell, his brother and Rayam met, and Snell provided his brother with the cocaine. The three men discussed the price at which the cocaine would be sold and the amount of money that Snell and Rayam would receive from the sales, federal prosecutors said.
In addition to the cocaine, court documents allege that Snell also agreed to sell 80 grams of heroin that Rayam had received from Jenkins.
According to the indictment, Snell deposited thousands of dollars in cash in Rayam’s bank account from the sales of illegal drugs, including deposits on Oct. 28, 2016, and Nov. 9, 2016. Snell also paid Rayam cash from the sales of illegal drugs when he met him on Nov. 11, 2016, federal prosecutors said.”
So you actually think you are safe when a guy with a gun and handcuffs pulls you over on a lonely highway? How about your daughter, your sister, your mother or your wife? It couldn’t happen to them because this is just a couple of bad apples, right? Well let me ask a quick question: If that is the case then why have I been able to compile so many pages of filthy criminal conduct? I will tell you this much ; For every story I post about a scumbag criminal cop , I pass on 20. I don’t have enough hours in the day to chronicle all that I read. These officers are not heroes. They do not “Risk their lives every day”. Their job is not even in the top ten most dangerous. These are people who have chosen to control others as their career choice. These are people who wish to force their will on their fellow citizens and do so with the threat of force. The next time you see a cop, take a good look at him and his attitude . Don’t look at the uniform or the badge look at the man and then see if you like what you view.
“Two police officers accused of raping a teenager while she was in custody resigned on Monday, the New York Police Department said.
The two former NYPD detectives — Eddie Martins, 37, and Richard Hall, 33 — are facing dozens of criminal charges and a possible $50 million lawsuit after the teenager accused them of raping her while she was handcuffed inside a police van. The indictment followed a weeks-long investigation of the two former officers who, prosecutors said, pulled over a car driven by the 18-year-old, arrested her for drug possession, then took turns raping her in the back seat.
The resignation came three days before the officers were scheduled for a departmental trial, a separate proceeding from a criminal trial. During that process, officers are tried on charges of misconduct. A trial commissioner decides if they’re guilty and makes recommendations to the police commissioner.”
“Martins and Hall, who were members of the NYPD’s Brooklyn South narcotics unit, have been charged with rape, sexual abuse, sexual misconduct, official misconduct and coercion. In total, they are facing 50 charges each.
DNA recovered from the victim after a rape-kit test matched samples taken from Martins and Hall officials said. Surveillance footage also showed the teen getting out of the police van about 40 minutes after she was pulled over, prosecutors said.
The arrests and the former officers’ arraignment hearing on Oct. 30 capped off weeks of serious allegations of misconduct that have been circulating in the media.”
“Prosecutors said the crimes occurred the night of Sept. 15, when the officers were riding in an unmarked Dodge Caravan as part of a buy-and-bust operation in South Brooklyn. The two detectives, who were in plain clothes at the time, left their post without their supervisor’s permission at about 7:30 p.m. and drove to a park in Coney Island, according to the Brooklyn district attorney’s office.
A little later, the officers pulled over the teen, who was with two male passengers, and found marijuana in the cup holder next to the front seat, prosecutors said. (The Washington Post generally does not identify people who are or may have been victims of sexual assault.)
They then handcuffed her and let the two passengers go before driving off with the teen in the back of the van, prosecutors said.
Before they left, the officers allegedly told the passengers to pick up their friend at the Coney Island police precinct in three hours.
While in the van, Martins called the teen’s friends from his cellphone and told them not to follow the police vehicle, Assistant District Attorney Frank DeGaetano said during the hearing, according to the Times.
As Martins sat in the back seat with the teen, he told her that he and his partner were “freaks” and asked what she would do to get herself out of trouble, prosecutors said. Martins then forced the teen to perform oral sex on him and raped her while Hall drove and watched in the rearview mirror, prosecutors said.
The teen cried and pleaded for the officer to stop, DeGaetano said in court.
The van allegedly stopped in Bay Ridge, roughly four miles from where the teen was pulled over. There, the officers switched places and Hall forced the teen to perform oral sex on him, prosecutors said.
The detectives then drove to the Coney Island precinct and dropped the teen off after ordering her not to talk about the incident, prosecutors said”
Are you getting the idea yet that this isn’t just a “Few bad apples” ? This is endemic in PDs all across the country. It is not the job; It is the personality type that they are picking to do the job. These are not people hired to be public servants. These are people who are being hired to be the blunt instrument of unquestioned authority. These thugs end up on these pages because they have more in common with wife beaters, child molesters and bullies than they do with the common man. And the state that they represent? It doesn’t matter because these are the guys that bring in their paychecks. Does the Judge sitting there care about justice? Hell no. He cares about fines and penalties because that is what fills his wallet on Friday. The only time that the state cares is when these cops get busted and make big news. Until then they need to make the system work and it takes lot of money to do that.
Of course, attorneys for the two disgraced officers have been following the … of quid-pro-quo with the officers for her release on the drug arrest. … turned defense attorney who specializes in rape and sexual assault cases.
And then the scumbag meets a fitting end… Suicide while waiting out a SWAT team. Oh, how the mighty have fallen. In the end you cannot hide who you are. A real tough guy bully who obviously had to have it his way. No warning signs here, I am sure the guy’s behavior was perfectly normal. As a matter of fact the Cleveland police officer who won the department’s distinguished service medal in 2009. A regular good apple right? Yeah, sure thing. That “Few bad apples” thing is a myth. It takes someone corrupt to work in the culture of violence and corruption that exists in America’s P.D. s. Adios Amigo and good riddance.
“Authorities said Tuesday a former Cleveland police officer who allegedly cut off his GPS tracker and went on the run one week before he was set to go on trial for rape and kidnapping has killed himself after a standoff with police.
Tommie Griffin, 52, was wanted by the U.S. Marshals Service and the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office for the bond violation, according to Pete Elliott of the U.S. Marshals Service.
Griffin was tracked to a house in Cleveland, where Cleveland Police SWAT was called in, Elliott said Tuesday. Police tried to call him out of the house, but received no response from him. When police entered, they found Griffin dead from an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest, police said.
Elliott said Griffin had an accomplice in his escape. The accomplice took Griffin to a motel for Saturday and Sunday night and then to the home — described as that of a friend of Griffin’s — where SWAT surrounded him. Elliott said on Tuesday the accomplice would be charged, but provided no further details.
Griffin was arrested for rape, assault and kidnapping after allegedly attacking his girlfriend in January, The Associated Press said.
He allegedly pistol-whipped her and fired two shots next to her, the AP said.”
Don’t feel bad if a lying cop costs you some freedom or a heap of money. Truth doesn’t matter when you are given default “Hero” status and as a “Sworn officer of the court” your testimony is given the weight of truth. That is unless you catch them on camera; They might lie, but video doesn’t. Stay safe and make sure every encounter is taped. Your wallet and your freedom could depend on it.
“Magdiel Sanchez, a 35-year-old Latino man, was sitting on his porch in Oklahoma City on Tuesday night as two law-enforcement officers approached his house. He got up and walked toward them, when, according to news reports and a statement, the officers noticed he was holding a metal pipe. They started giving him “verbal commands” to lie down, then one fired his Taser and the other shot him in the chest with his sidearm. Sanchez died. Officers later claimed not to have heard neighbors shouting that Sanchez was deaf and couldn’t hear their commands.
The police were there because allegedly Sanchez’s father had been in a hit-and-run (injuring property, not people, if the accusations are true). Sanchez carried the pipe, neighbors said, to ward off dogs. He was deaf and reportedly developmentally disabled. In a statement, the ACLU said, “Magdiel Sanchez was shot at his own home, without having committed any crime, and in front of neighbors who knew he was deaf trying to communicate to the police that what they were about to do was wrong.”
Sanchez is far from the first deaf or disabled person to be killed or brutalized by police. It happens almost every day. According to The Washington Post, police have shot 165 people in mental-health crisis in the first 263 days this year (and 715 total). When you add people like Sanchez and individuals with invisible, undiagnosed, or unrevealed disabilities, the numbers start to get much higher. In a white paper I co-wrote in 2016 for the Ruderman Family Foundation, I noted that disability-rights advocates routinely argue that a third to a half of all people killed by police are disabled. Most of those people, especially in cases where police clearly misused lethal force, turn out to also be marginalized by race, class, gender orientation, or other factors that intensify vulnerability.
Sanchez is actually the second high-profile killing of a disabled person just this week (and the fourth probable case, with Eric Alvarez, possibly in mental-health crisis, killed on a Los Angeles highway, and naval officer Nicholas Perkins killed outside his home in Washington after he would not put down a long gun). Georgia Tech campus police killed Scout Schultz, a trans and intersex activist who had been expressing suicidal thoughts. They had called 911 to report themselves as a person with a knife and possibly a gun. After police shot and killed Schultz, the officers found only a closed Leatherman multi-tool. The specifics of each case matter. Each victim’s life deserves to be mourned. Most cases are more like the Perkins situation than the Sanchez one. Still, when it comes to body count, this was a pretty typical week.”