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Three dead after fired cop ‘ambushes’ sheriffs
Post Date: 2015-02-23 19:04:46 by cranky
CLARKESVILLE, Ga. — A shooting killed three people, including the suspect, who was a former police officer, and also left a county sheriff and a deputy wounded in what authorities described as an ambush in northeastern Georgia. Officers responding to a domestic dispute call arrived around 7:30 p.m. Sunday at a home outside Clarkesville and found a woman dead in the garage, Deputy Director of Investigations Rusty Andrews of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation told Atlanta station WSB-TV. Andrews said when officers entered the house to check for other victims, “it appears they were ambushed.” Habersham County Manager Phil Sutton told the station that Sheriff Joey Terrell and ...

New York cop murders daughters, commits suicide
Post Date: 2015-02-23 09:19:22 by GeorgiaConservative
HARRISON, N.Y. -- Police on Sunday were investigating the deaths of a retired White Plains police officer and his two teenage daughters in an apparent murder-suicide. Police arrived at the home on Adelphi Avenue around 3:50 p.m. Saturday after receiving a call about something suspicious and found the three bodies inside, CBS New York reports. Harrison Police Chief Anthony Marraccini said the deaths of 52-year-old Glen Hochman and his daughters Alissa and Deanna on Saturday "would appear to be a double murder-suicide." He said the motive was unknown. "It looks at this time that the father killed the two girls and then himself," Marraccini said. Click for Full Text!

A Fervent Cop Supporter Changes His Mind About NYPD After Gravity Knife Arrest
Post Date: 2015-02-23 09:08:23 by GeorgiaConservative
A few weeks ago, when relations between the NYPD and Mayor Bill de Blasio were at their nadir, some of Carsten Vogel's friends had been enthusiastically bashing the NYPD on Facebook. Vogel, who has always been a police supporter and even counts some cops among his friends, took exception to their criticism. At the time, police were in the midst of an intentional "slowdown" in arrests and ticketing in protest of the mayor's many perceived slights toward the department, and Vogel was quick to the NYPD's defense. "The police in NYC are now refusing to make the mayor look good," Vogel wrote in a thread on his Facebook page. "I get it. I don't think the ...

Jailed Man Punches Himself 45 Times, Accuses Cops of Assault
Post Date: 2015-02-19 22:34:52 by GrandIsland
File this one under "dumbest criminal ever." A California man accused Oregon police of beating him up at the Lane County Sheriff’s Office on January 9, but surveillance footage told a different story. Aleksander Robin Tomaszewski, 33, said that during an interview regarding an unrelated case that’s under investigation, he was assaulted by detectives. Showing a pair of black eyes and multiple bruises on his face, Tomaszewski signed an incident report and repeatedly stated that he wanted to press charges against the officers. The only problem with his story was that surveillance cameras were rolling. The camera outside Tomaszewski's holding cell captured him ...

The Anti-Cop Pose is a Libertarian Strategic Error
Post Date: 2015-02-19 08:48:02 by Gatlin
Libertarians have found themselves in an impossible position thanks to years of regular anti-police activism, bombastic statements against police, and sloganeering around the Drug War. I would argue that the leading voice in this strain is Radley Balko, who ran a widely-read blog on police abuses that he eventually turned into a book contract and columnist gigs at the Huffington and Washington Posts. The main reason why this strain of activism has turned into a dead-end for the libertarians comes down to a several reasons: The problems of maintaining a stable legal order.Misunderstanding what the Drug War is, due to taking political propaganda at face value.Being unable to speak honestly ...

Police Corporal Charged in Firearms Training Accident That Killed State Trooper
Post Date: 2015-02-11 18:39:32 by GrandIsland
A Pennsylvania state police corporal was arrested Tuesday on reckless endangerment charges in a firearms training accident that claimed the life of a state trooper. Cpl. Richard Schroeter, 43, was conducting a training session Sept. 30 and pulled the trigger on his firearm while discussing the weapon's mechanism, prosecutors said. The gun discharged, killing 26- year-old Trooper David Kedra. Family, Fellow Police Mourn Trooper Killed at Gun Range Prosecutors said they asked a grand jury to consider charges of homicide, involuntary manslaughter and reckless endangering. The panel found sufficient evidence that Schroeter, although a highly qualified firearms instructor, recklessly ...

Florida lawyer sparks debate about rights at DUI checkpoints
Post Date: 2015-02-10 13:03:02 by Murron
Florida lawyer sparks debate about rights at DUI checkpoints AP Photo: In this Friday, Jan. 30, 2015 photo (above), attorney Warren Redlich holds up a flyer he designed following an interview in Delray Beach, Fla. The DUI attorney contends that when a driver approaches a police drunk-driving checkpoint, they don't have to speak to the officers. He contends that commonly-used police drunk driving checkpoints violate drivers' constitutional rights. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky) MIAMI (AP) -- Drivers at drunken-driving checkpoints don't have to speak to police or even roll down their windows. They just have to place their license and registration on the glass, along with a note ...

Cops Put Bag On Woman’s Head, Strap Her To Chair And Choke Her To Draw Blood For DUI Test [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2015-02-10 00:46:24 by GeorgiaConservative
A woman is suing a host of parties after it emerged that cops in Austin, Texas, forcably took her blood for a DUI test, in a scene that sounds more like something that would occur at a Guantanamo Bay prison camp. Caroline Callaway was arrested by a police officer after she refused to take a breath test during a routine traffic stop. Ms Callaway was taken directly to the Travis County jail where the shocking events unfolded. Callaway’s attorney told reporters with Courthouse News that despite only “passive and verbal resistance” she was taken “to a small padded room, where she was surrounded by officers and strapped into ‘the chair,’ with her legs, wrists ...

Porker Pig Sheriff Cop Finally Polices Himself! (good riddance DUI porker)
Post Date: 2015-02-09 00:59:04 by TEA Party Reveler
It took a while, but Wayne DeWitt ultimately policed himself Another "Son of Gatlin and GrandIsland"...LOL!!! Brian Hicks Wayne DeWitt really didn’t have a choice, and he knew that — it just took awhile for it to sink in. Last week, the Berkeley County sheriff resigned more than a month after his arrest on DUI and hit-and-run charges. It was unfortunate, but even his peers in law enforcement privately agree it was the right thing to do. The damage had been done, and not just to that car DeWitt’s county truck rear-ended. Following his arrest, DeWitt at first said he would work to regain the public trust. But that was just pride talking. It’s ...

Deputy in slap video is charged, steps down
Post Date: 2015-02-08 10:15:35 by GrandIsland
Longtime lawman arraigned on misconduct, harassment charges A Saratoga County sheriff's sergeant abruptly resigned Monday as he was charged with official misconduct and harassment after a video was posted on the Internet over the weekend that purportedly captured him slapping a man whose car he wanted to search. Sheriff Michael H. Zurlo said his office began an investigation into the actions of Sgt. Shawn R. Glans immediately after they learned the video was posted on the department's Facebook page around 9 p.m. Friday. The video shows Glans demanding to search the vehicle of a young man, Colin Fitch, who was standing next to the deputy in the parking lot of a Wal-Mart store in ...

'Cop blocking' leads to Tazing and charges for River Falls man
Post Date: 2015-02-07 23:22:00 by GrandIsland
Police used a Taser to subdue a 26-year-old River Falls man who allegedly interfered with a traffic stop on Carmichael Road in Hudson Wednesday night, Feb. 4. According to Hudson Police Chief Marty Jensen, Aaron J. Meulemans said he was “cop blocking” when he pulled over in front of the car of a driver who had been stopped for speeding. Meulemans reportedly told patrol officer Kate Potter to go away when she walked up to his vehicle and asked him what he was doing. He then said he was “cop blocking,” according to Jensen. Meulemans reportedly refused to leave the scene, became agitated and got out of his car, leading Potter to call for backup. Jensen said Meulemans ...

Polk Sheriff Grady Judd makes his name on moral outrage
Post Date: 2015-02-06 20:42:44 by Gatlin
Dated, but good reading: A man in Colorado a couple of months ago published a book called The Pedophile's Guide to Love and Pleasure, and he didn't get arrested for it, and this made Grady Judd mad. So the sheriff of Polk County, whose job is to protect and serve the roughly 500,000 people who live in the mostly agricultural area between Tampa and Orlando, had one of his undercover detectives contact Phillip Greaves of Pueblo, Colo., and ask to buy his book. Greaves sent a signed copy back to Polk, where Judd got a search warrant, and then sent two of his men 1,856 miles to arrest him the week before Christmas. After the news broke, Judd sat in the studio of a country radio ...

VIDEO: Psycho Cops Run Over Man, Beat Him Senseless Then Charge Him With Assault
Post Date: 2015-02-06 13:11:10 by Hondo68
Officers lied in report, now face multiple charges Two Philadelphia police officers falsified a report after intentionally running over a man on a scooter then severely beating him. The facts only came to light when the man’s girlfriend took it upon herself to investigate the incident and recover surveillance footage. The cops pulled over 23-year-old Najee Rivera, but the man, fearing for his life, drove off on the scooter, prompting the cops to speed after him, crack him over the head with a club, and drive into him, knocking him off the bike. The footage shows that officers Kevin Robinson and Sean McKnight then beat Rivera to a bloody pulp as he screamed for help. Officers who ...

erguson police testing new device aimed at reducing fatal police encounters
Post Date: 2015-02-06 08:20:16 by GrandIsland
Brown, 18, was unarmed when he was fatally shot by Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in August, leading to widespread protests. The shooting also spurred a national discussion about police use of force. The Alternative is made by Poway, California-based Alternative Ballistics. The company's website says the bright orange device sits in a pouch that attaches to an officer's belt, and it can be attached to the top of a gun within a second. Then, if the officer fires, the bullet embeds itself into a new, round projectile the size of a ping pong ball. That decreases the velocity of the bullet, and, because the bullet is embedded inside a ball, the company says it is less likely to ...

Baby pulls cocaine from Florida woman's shirt during traffic stop: police
Post Date: 2015-02-05 04:35:03 by Gatlin
No drugs were found inside Candyce Harden's car but when the baby reached inside her shirt police said the child pulled out a baggie full of cocaine. Three more baggies and pills without a prescription were also allegedly recovered. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Deputies say an 11-month-old boy pulled a baggie full of cocaine from inside the shirt of a woman during a traffic stop near Daytona Beach. Volusia County Sheriff's deputies stopped a car Sunday for traffic violations. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports a K-9 unit arrived to check the car and deputies asked the occupants to step outside with the baby. No drugs were found inside the car, but as the deputy handed a ...

How cops are catching grow ops with AM radios
Post Date: 2015-02-05 04:17:53 by Gatlin
With the proliferation of indoor marijuana grows, the indoor “horticulture” industry has been booming. Chinese manufacturers are turning out indoor grow equipment at a rapid pace with little to no regulatory oversight or compliance. Because of this, there has been a significant amount of radio frequency interference (RFI). Before we get into how to detect a marijuana grow with your car radio, you have to understand some simple mechanics of how a grow operates. To grow marijuana indoors, you need supplemental lighting necessary for photosynthesis. These lights may be fluorescent, LED, and for larger operations, high pressure sodium (HPS) or metal halide (MH). The HPS and MH lamps ...

Cops Tackle 11-Year-Old Girl and Hold Her at Gunpoint, In Her Own Home [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2015-02-03 07:51:28 by Deckard
Groveland, Florida – Two Florida cops are being accused of throwing an 11-year-old girl to the ground and holding her at gunpoint in her own home. The police were dispatched to the home because someone had accidentally set off the burglar alarm. Since the alarm tripped accidentally, no one in the house was aware that the police were on their way. When officers let themselves into the house with guns drawn, it was a total surprise to the young girl who was sitting at home watching television. “One of the officers was pushing me down and when he was pushing me down, (he) put his knee on me and the other officer had his gun pointed at me,” the young girl told Channel 9. The ...

Fake cop pulls over real cop
Post Date: 2015-02-01 13:24:37 by Tooconservative
DUMFRIES, Va. -- A police impersonator tried to pull over an off-duty officer early Thursday morning, police said. An off-duty police officer says he was driving in Dumfries when a man driving a Crown Victoria started to follow him. The officer says the driver turned on a spotlight that was attached to his car. Thinking it was a police officer, the off-duty officer pulled over, according to police. The driver of the Crown Victoria pulled alongside the off-duty officer and tried to make contact, police said. When the off-duty officer said he was a police officer, the other driver immediately sped away. The off-duty officer followed the car, and then the driver and passenger fled on foot. ...

Man arrested after body parts found in suitcase
Post Date: 2015-02-01 05:41:13 by Otter
Man arrested after body parts found in suitcase SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - San Francisco police arrested a man on suspicion of murder Saturday in connection with a suitcase found on a downtown street stuffed with dismembered human remains. Mark Andrus, 59, had been spotted on surveillance footage near where the suitcase was discovered and was booked into county jail hours after he was detained as a "person of interest," Officer Grace Gatpandan said. Gatpandan said she could not comment on exactly how police linked Andrus to the body, but said they were aided by the surveillance footage and witness statements. She did not have any additional information about Andrus, the body ...

Police arrest 34, seize guns during eastside crime sweep
Post Date: 2015-02-01 04:56:49 by Otter
Police arrest 34, seize guns during eastside crime sweep Posted: Jan 29, 2015 12:10 PM AST Updated: Jan 29, 2015 12:22 PM AST DETROIT (AP) - Thirty-four people have been arrested by Detroit police and other law enforcement agencies during a crime sweep on the city's eastside. Police say in a release Thursday that 24 of the 34 arrests made Wednesday were for felonies. Eight handguns, four long guns, illegal drugs and $50,000 in cash were confiscated. More than 400 tickets also were issued. Click for Full Text!

Teen killed by police previously cited for resisting arrest
Post Date: 2015-01-30 23:37:01 by GrandIsland
DENVER (AP) — A 17-year-old girl who was shot to death by Denver police while driving a stolen car was accused in a separate incident of eluding a police officer and resisting arrest just three weeks before her death, court records obtained Friday show. State troopers cited Jessica Hernandez on Jan. 1 for speeding down a highway north of Denver in her mother's car after the girl's driver's license had been revoked. The citation shows Hernandez was driving 80 mph in a 55 mph zone, and the trooper noted that she was resisting arrest in a way that risked serious injury to him or others. It does not provide other details of the case. Colorado State Patrol Trooper Josh Lewis would not ...

Pa. boy given officer's funeral after succumbing to cancer [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2015-01-29 22:38:57 by GrandIsland
BETHEL PARK, Pa. — Local police officers treated 8-year-old Joey Fabus the same in death as in life — like a fellow officer. Dozens of police officers and emergency workers from surrounding communities and beyond paid tribute at the young cancer victim's funeral Monday along with hundreds of community members at a two-hour Mass. "He not only dreamed, but he lived the dream," said the Rev. David J. Bonnar. "And he lived it strong — Joey strong." Joey, who got to live his dream of being a police officer in June when he was sworn in and spent the day on patrol with the Bethel Park police, died Wednesday after a months-long battle with an ...

Cops that can ‘see through walls?’ Facts about the X-ray uproar
Post Date: 2015-01-29 11:10:05 by GrandIsland
“Police radar can ‘see’ inside homes,” trumpeted a recent USA Today headline. The handheld devices aren’t like Superman’s X-ray vision that let him see through clothes and barriers. Looking like a fancy stud-finder, the device uses radio waves and the display shows whether it detects motion as slight as human breathing on the other side of a wall and, if so, how far away it is. But commenters who focus on how the media is overhyping the technology miss two pressing points: 1. The media is reporting that law enforcement agencies have kept their use of this technology “secret.” 2. The technology has significant Fourth Amendment ramifications. ...

We Need More Bad Cops
Post Date: 2015-01-27 09:02:03 by Deckard
(ANTIMEDIA) A good cop is a cop who is good at his job, right? So let’s review what a cop’s job is, and what a cop’s job is not. A cop’s job is to enforce the law, no matter how unjust, using force to punish anyone caught disobeying. A cop’s job is not to protect and serve. The Supreme Court admitted in Castle Rock v. Gonzales that the police are under no legal obligation to protect anyone. That phrase, “To Protect and Serve,” written on the side of their vehicles? Just a PR slogan. Their actual job description is to enforce laws; not to prevent harm, but to make sure that anyone caught disobeying arbitrary legislation written by corrupt politicians is ...

Man Acquitted of Stabbing a Police Officer, Juror says he Was “Protecting his Family”
Post Date: 2015-01-24 17:24:30 by Hondo68
Cortez, TX — A Texas man has been acquitted after being accused of stabbing a police officer during a violent confrontation with six “amped up” police officers. A jury of seven women and five men cleared Shane French, 38, of four counts of assaulting a peace officer and three counts of resisting arrest. After the incident in February, French was originally charged with attempted murder. On February 14, 2014 police responded to a 9-1-1 call asking for assistance during a family disturbance. Somehow the police were given a “10-Zero” warning, meaning that they should use caution when dealing with the suspect. This 10-zero call, is what likely led to the quick ...

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