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“It’s becoming a disturbingly familiar scene in America - mentally unstable cops”

“It’s becoming a disturbingly familiar scene in America - mentally unstable cops”
“It’s becoming a disturbingly familiar scene in America - mentally unstable cops”

At what point do you think we should have a police oversight board?

Hey Sharon:

At what point do you think we should have a police oversight board?  When the cops pull off another bank robbery? (One of them robbed a bank once, no kidding)  A mass murder? Wholesale looting? What’s the starting point to spark the Board of Supervisors into stopping police misconduct in Fairfax County?

There is no need to be scared, the federal government will protect you, and if it’s a matter of having to explain the 250 assigned union contributions under different spouses names to various campaigns to get around those annoying campaign laws (Yeah, we know about that, it’s an old trick) just say you didn’t know who they were when you took the money and give it back, pretend outraged when you do it, that helps.

Do something.

In the past 12 months…………………

October 24, 2011 Fairfax Cop arrested for drunk driving

November 14, 2011, two Fairfax cops accused of beating an unarmed man walking home from work.

September 2011, Fairfax cop charged with domestic assault

Feb 2012, several Fairfax County cops accused of beating up teenager in a McDonalds.

March 2012 Police Captain gets a five figure pay out due to interoffice pissing match

March 2012, a cop who “Resigned from the force for reasons that can not be released” two years ago, killed himself and teenage daughter with a pistol.

May 2012: Fairfax cop arrested for sexual assault.

And those only the incidents the cops HAD to explain to the public…

Here is an idea for Fairfax County

Spend $90,000 on cameras to rope in the cops and save the people of Fairfax County several million paid out in law suits caused by the punks within the police ranks....cameras cost is less than the Fairfax County Police Royal Entitlement Navy and AirForce...but unlike the Fairfax County Police Royal Entitlement Navy, the cameras actually do something.

ALBUQUERQUE (AP) — Albuquerque police are going to require officers to use cameras to record all encounters with the public.

The Albuquerque Journal reports (http://bit.ly/KO6kVn) that the department is slated to put the new requirement, an expansion of a current policy, into effect Sunday.

Presently, officers are required to use small, digital lapel-mounted cameras to record searches and disorderly conduct arrests. But under the new requirement, the small cameras will be on every time an officer interacts with a member of the public.

Police Chief Ray Schultz said the change was recommended by the Police Oversight Commission. He said the department has purchased about 200 of the newer pen cameras for about $60 apiece.

"Hopefully, this will help to resolve some of the issues that have been ongoing," Schultz said, referring to officers' versions of events, particularly in use of force cases, being called into question by community groups.

The new cameras also come as the department faces heat from civil rights groups for 24 officer-involved shootings — 17 fatal — since 2010. They have been pressing for a U.S. Justice Department investigation into the shootings, but federal officials have not said if they would probe the department.

Meanwhile, the Albuquerque Police Department has instituted a number of reforms, including raising the requirements for incoming officers and having an independent

review panel look into all officer-involved shootings.

By last summer, each of the more than 650 uniformed officers had been issued a lapel camera, Schultz said. The department has bought more than 1,200 of the easily breakable cameras for about $100 each since the department began ordering them in 2010.

Schultz said the new pen cameras will help with investigations. "We continue to see good results where the officers are exonerated after having false complaints made against them," he said.

Schultz said the policy change is likely to create a "logistical nightmare" for APD administrative staff. The department's officers respond to more than 1,500 calls for service per day on average.

"The technology still continues to emerge, and it is not yet perfect," he said. "We're trying to work through the bugs, and the biggest problem for us is going to be how to copy and retain the video from the cameras."

Officers can be reprimanded for not turning on their recorders, Schultz said. An officer could be fired if he or she repeatedly fails to record encounters.

Lapel cameras hold about six hours of video. The pen cameras hold less than two hours.

Fairfax County Commonwealth's Attorney Robert F. Horan Jr.strikes again

August 21, 1989Fairfax County found no evidence implicating Randall Lee Breer in the death of Rhiannon "Rosie" Gordon in a search of his Dale City residence over the weekend, Fairfax County Commonwealth's Attorney Robert F. Horan Jr. said in a telephone interview last night. Undercover investigators arrested Breer, a 28-year-old Dale City construction worker, Thursday afternoon at a used car lot in Woodbridge."There's not sufficient evidence to charge him," Mr. Horan reiterated last evening. "I basically happen to be a believer that if you have proof, you charge them. If you don't, you don't. In my business you realize you need evidence."  

Trivial Pursuits and Predatory Policing

August 15, 2004 Sunday

Trivial Pursuits and Predatory Policing

 Falls Church Police Chief Robert T. Murray imposes a quota on his officers: They must write an average of three tickets or make three arrests per 12-hour shift. The most obvious way to fulfill the requirement is to focus on trivial infractions. "Traffic is a big issue" in his community, says Murray, because serious crime is not. That may surprise the two men who were assaulted and robbed recently on Monticello Drive. One victim, who was riding his bicycle to his Falls Church home, happened upon six suspected gang members as they brutally assaulted another Falls Church man. After robbing the first victim, these hoodlums assailed the cyclist and stole his bike. Fairfax County police logged that incident about 2 a.m. July 30. About the same time, according to other police reports, criminals were robbing an Arlington business and stealing a car from Kirkwood Street; breaking into a warehouse and a school in Alexandria; and stealing another car. Later that day, an Arlington man was robbed at gunpoint by thieves who shot him -- out of annoyance because he was carrying so little money -- and then stole his car. And what were Fairfax County police doing that day? At least some were conducting a sobriety checkpoint in McLean. This checkpoint produced predictably paltry results -- of the 591 cars that passed through the blockade between 11 p.m. and 2:15 a.m., police found only three drivers to cite for driving under the influence. Why, with vicious thugs on the loose, do police waste time on trivial pursuits and ineffective tactics? It isn't as though serious crime is hard to find in Northern Virginia. In a single week earlier this month, Fairfax County police logged 159 cases of larceny and 21 auto thefts. Open-air drug markets -- well known to police -- operate with impunity. Yet citizens who dislike seeing their taxes wasted have no one but themselves to blame. We have created a climate that hinders -- even hamstrings -- effective policing. For instance, the National Drug Intelligence Center (NDIC), an agency of the U.S. Department of Justice, provides stunningly specific data about the distribution of illegal drugs in Northern Virginia. "West African and Middle Eastern criminal groups are the primary transporters of Southwest Asian heroin into Virginia," the NDIC reports. "Mexican brown powdered heroin and Mexican black tar heroin available in Virginia typically are transported into the state from southwestern states and North Carolina by Mexican criminal groups. "Dominican and African American criminal groups are the dominant wholesale and mid-level distributors of South American heroin in Virginia." The average cop on the beat in Virginia almost certainly is aware of these patterns, but an officer who targets the likely suspects risks being excoriated for "profiling." Is it any wonder cops turn to menial matters when they are criticized for intelligent policing? Citizens also bear the blame for tolerating tactics that use law enforcement to produce revenue. For example, sobriety checkpoints not only yield negligible results, they may even be counterproductive. How many more tragedies could be prevented by patrolling for impaired drivers? Nonetheless, Virginia police set up roadblocks weekly because that allows them to collect millions of dollars in grant money from the federal government -- and profits from a windfall of tickets. Consider that Fairfax's 316 checkpoints last year yielded only 770 arrests for DUI, but 7,209 citations for other infractions -- e.g., incorrectly installed child seats, expired property stickers, non-use of safety belts, etc. Corralling citizens to sift for a few miscreants is precisely what the Fourth Amendment prohibits, but officials promote it and citizens acquiesce because dragnets are so lucrative. Most police officers are courageous people whose talents are wasted in setting trivial traps. And, surely, most Virginians would prefer being protected to being harassed. But effective law enforcement needs a political climate in which facts can prevail over political correctness -- and where local officials are willing to eschew the revenue produced by predatory policing. Criminals in Northern Virginia, sleep soundly.    

August 11, 1994,4 Female Workers Sue Fairfax Police;

3 Officers, Civilian Accuse Lieutenant of Repeated Sexual Harassment Three female police officers and a civilian employee sued the Fairfax County Police Department yesterday for $ 1 million, claiming a male supervisor sexually harassed them at times during the last 12 years. The women alleged that Lt. Larry Jackson repeatedly made unwanted suggestive remarks and overtures. Two of them said he retaliated after they complained about his behavior to his superiors by filing petty or phony disciplinary charges against them."This has been a recurring pattern," said Carla Markim Siegel, an attorney for the women. "These women didn't know each other. They complained independently, and the department didn't take adequate measures to prevent it from happening again... . It creates a hostile work environment." The suit, filed in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, rekindles a controversy surrounding the treatment of women in the 1,036-member department. Two years ago, 10 female officers complained to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission about a "locker room attitude" in the department and said they had been denied promotions and key assignments because of their sex.Although the county drafted a policy against sexual harassment last year, the suit contends that women continue to be subjected to abuse. Police Chief Michael W. Young and Jackson also were named as defendants.Maj. Richard Rappoport, a police spokesman, said the department has acted swiftly in cases involving workplace harassment. All supervisors underwent training last year in ways to detect and address sexual harassment, he said. He declined comment on the allegations against Jackson, saying he had not seen the lawsuit.Jackson referred questions to his attorney when reached at his office in the department's West Springfield station. The lawyer, Kristin R. Blair, said the allegations are false and stem from a "racially hostile" work environment that "encourages unfounded claims and promotes exaggerations against minorities."Jackson filed an EEOC complaint alleging racial discrimination seven months ago, and that case is pending, Blair said. "I feel that Larry is just being made out as some fiend and he's really a straight arrow," she said.The suit was filed by Officers Susan Long, Cynthia McAlister and Elizabeth Dohm and Andrea Moss, a civilian communication aide, all of whom worked under Jackson's supervision at various times during his 17-year police career.Their lawyer, Siegel, said race had nothing to do with the lawsuit.Among other things, Long said Jackson once ordered her back to the office while she was on the way to a burglary call to ask her out to lunch. He also suggested she use her "sex appeal" to get him new uniforms, the suit said.McAlister said that Jackson made advances while the two took a private airplane ride in 1982 and that her colleagues later ridiculed her about the incident. Moss said Jackson made up a list of phony disciplinary charges against her last year after he learned she complained about him to the department's internal affairs unit. On another occasion, she said she found computer records that falsely showed Jackson had disciplined her.Dohm also said she was disciplined by Jackson after talking about him to internal affairs investigators three years ago.   

Fairfax County's first black cop sued the police

August 7, 1989

 Christopher Stokes, 48, a youth counselor and Realtor who in 1967 became Fairfax County's first black police officer, died Aug. 4 at Fair Oaks Hospital. He had sickle cell anemia. He left the Fairfax police in 1973. Since 1974, he had been a youth counselor with the Fairfax County courts and a part-time Realtor with Mount Vernon Realty in Fairfax. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, he had testified for federal attorneys against Fairfax County. It was charged that the county discriminated against blacks and women in its hiring and promotion policies. In 1982, the Justice Department accepted a settlement offer by Fairfax County that involved the distribution of $ 2.75 million to 685 discrimination victims. Mr. Stokes was among those who received awards.  

Labor union? When was the lst time you saw one of these weasels outside a cop car? You have to labor to have a union

August 4, 1990 Fairfax Cops form labor union
Overpaid and unhappy Fairfax cops formed a union called Fairfax COPS Local 5000 as an alternative to the Fairfax County Police Association, because they don’t like working shifts. In retrospect, the Chupaz Union would have been a more befitting name 

Fairfax County Police Officer David Ziants award for kill somebody and the worst thing that happens to you is you get fired.

North Chicago fires one officer, suspends another in death of man in custody

North Chicago fired one police officer and suspended another today for their roles in the violent arrest of a man who died a week after he was taken into custody.

Officials immediately dismissed Officer Brandon Yost and suspended Officer Arthur Strong for 30 days without pay. Four other officers and one sergeant involved in the arrest who had been temporarily placed on desk duty were returned to regular duties without penalty.

The action comes in the case of Darrin "Dagwood" Hanna, 45, who was arrested Nov. 6 in his North Chicago apartment, where police said he slapped and tried to drown his pregnant girlfriend. He died in a hospital of multiple factors, according to the Lake County Coroner, including physical restraint and Taser shocks, as well as chronic cocaine abuse, hypertension, kidney disease and sickle cell disease.

His death prompted a public uproar, which led to an investigation by Illinois State Police. The Lake County State's Attorney's office concluded officers committed no crime, saying they acted "reasonably and appropriately" to subdue a large man police said rushed them with clenched fists yelling, "Shoot me."

Yost was fired for repeatedly punching Hanna in the face, which was unnecessary force, and for an unspecified falsification of reports on the incident, interim Chief James Jackson said. Strong's reported use of force, kneeling on the back of Hanna's legs, was considered acceptable, but he was disciplined for falsifying a report by indicating Hanna was swinging a flashlight.

Mayor Leon Rockingham Jr. and Jackson made the announcement at a news conference at North Chicago City Hall, where a crowd of protesters led by civil rights leader Jesse Jackson greeted the news angrily. People in the crowd yelled "cover up" and chanted, "murderers."

"These six officers should be fired and charged with murder," Jackson said.

TheU.S. Department of Justiceis conducting a preliminary inquiry into the case, which is a step short of a full investigation.

85-year-old woman dies in police custody

There is nothing even REMOTELY suspicious about this………….

No, really, there isn’t.


Okay, maybe just a little suspicious.

Gosh jeepers….maybe we should have the Fairfax County Police investigate the Fairfax County Police in this matter, you know, just to be sure nobody did anything wrong.  


An 85-year-old Oakton woman died during a police transport early Tuesday morning, Fairfax County police said.
Mary Jean Martin, of the 11100 block of Stuart Mill Road, suffered medical distress while in a police cruiser on the way to Woodburn Mental Hospital in Annandale for a mental evaluation, police said.

Martin’s family members had called police to Inova Fairfax Hospital around 3:30 a.m. after family members became concerned for her safety because she was acting irrationally and was confused, said Officer Bud Walker, a Fairfax County police spokesman.
Officers placed Martin in the cruiser without incident and began driving her to the mental hospital, which is only a short distance from Inova, Walker said. Martin was not handcuffed during the trip, Walker said.
After Martin went into distress, officers immediately summoned rescue personnel and began performing CPR on the woman, Walker said. She was then transported back to Fairfax Hospital, where she was pronounced dead, police said.
The Virginia medical examiner will determine the cause of the woman’s death and the investigation remains ongoing.

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3 APD officers face discipline in woman's wrongful jailing

Three Atlanta police officers face disciplinary action in the case of a woman wrongly jailed for nearly two months, Channel 2 Action News reported.

Teresa Culpepper spent 53 days wrongfully incarcerated in Fulton County Jail because she had the same name, Teresa, as a woman wanted by authorities in an aggravated assault case.

Culpepper was taken into custody Aug. 21. She was released Oct. 12 after her public defender got the crime victim to come to court and say the woman in custody was not the attacker.

Atlanta police investigated the incident and acknowledge in documents obtained by Channel 2 that Culpepper was wrongly arrested. The department also issued “notices of final adverse action” against three officers.

Officer Nicole Aguinaga faces 30 days’ suspension. Records list her as being the arresting officer, but she did not personally interview Culpepper, request a lineup or have fingerprints taken "to dispel any questions regarding her identity," APD documents state.

Though Aguinaga expressed her concerns about discrepancies in Culpepper’s identity to someone in the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office, “you did not contact a supervisor to seek guidance,” documents addressed to her say.

Officer Jaidon Codrington faces 14 days’ suspension for having “transported Ms. Culpepper to Fulton County Jail without attempting to dispel questions regarding her identity,” documents say.

Another document says Officer Justin Strom could be suspended for 10 days because “by directing Officer Codrington to transport Ms. Culpepper to Fulton County Jail immediately, the process of Officer/Prisoner verification was eliminated.”

Kliff Grimes, with the International Brotherhood of Police Officers, told Channel 2, “All three are appealing to the civil service, so we really can’t speak on the specifics.”

Ken Allen, president of the union’s APD local, said the incident sheds light on problems with the existing system for handling suspects in custody.

“What we’re trying to do is get round-the-clock, 24-hours system in which the officers can take the suspect, go before a judge,” Allen told Channel 2. Such a system, he said, could help prevent incidents of mistaken identity.

The Fairfax County Police Officer Jeffrey Hand Award for Creative Income Production. Fairfax County Police. Police Brutality

A Honolulu idiot cop is in federal custody

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – A Honolulu police officer is in federal custody on federal drug possession, distribution, and conspiracy charges. Officer Michael Chu, 41, is accused of being involved in a marijuana growing operation. The 13-year HPD veteran patrols Wahiawa, Mililani and the North Shore. Now he has been placed on leave without pay. He is due in court on Wednesday for a detention hearing along with another defendant in the case.

Wayne and Ellen Autele have lived on Puneki Street in Mililani for 18 years. News of their neighbors being arrested came as quite a shock, especially since Wayne is a retired Honolulu police officer.

“Everything was closed. You couldn’t tell if anyone was home, really. Once in awhile when I get up at two in the morning you could see a light on. That was it. No noise, nothing, and no smell,” said Wayne Autele.

Drug Enforcement Administration agents found roughly 10 to 20 marijuana plants growing in the master bedroom, according to a criminal complaint. They also recovered documents showing that Chu and Athena Lee lived there. Chu used the address when he registered for a medical marijuana card. According to the Autele’s, the Mililani house is owned by another HPD officer. The suspects moved in just a few months ago, and the home has been rented to different tenants in the past.

“Totally surprised. In fact, I’m embarrassed as a policeman for 32 years and I cannot even pick up a criminal right next door to me,” said Wayne Autele.

“I just couldn’t like even imagine it. I was thinking, wow, right next door!” said Ellen Autele.

Authorities moved in after a security manager at FedEx seized a suspicious package on Thursday that was flown to Honolulu from California. The parcel, containing eight young marijuana plants, was being sent to an apartment at the Moana Pacific on Kapiolani Boulevard. A day later, DEA agents executed a federal search warrant of the apartment. A manager told agents that a woman by the name of Athena Lee lived in the unit and may be living with Chu. While searching the apartment, DEA agents said they recovered more than 20 marijuana plants and large amounts of US currency. Lee showed up with Chu during the raid. She was carrying $12,000 and he was holding a bag with material used to grow plants indoors, according to court documents. Chu’s subsidized police vehicle in the parking garage contained a pound of marijuana and several money orders, authorities said.

According to the criminal complaint, Chu waived his constitutional rights and answered questions from authorities by stating that he just works for Lee and helps her carry things for the grow operation.

“It’s scary. I didn’t event think or imagine about that. Surprised,” said Moana Pacific resident Keiko Ishino.

Chu also told authorities that he lives in an apartment in a building on Young Street. Last July, DEA agents intercepted a package containing 14 pounds of marijuana addressed to the same unit.

Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha released the following statement:

“This is a very serious allegation, and we are cooperating with the DEA in its investigation. The HPD has also initiated its own internal administrative investigation into the alleged activity. In the meantime, the officer’s police powers have been removed, and he will be placed on leave without pay. Any officer or civilian employee who violates the public trust by engaging in this type of activity should not be a part of the Honolulu Police Department.”

“I’m sad it had to be a policeman, but it’s one of those things. But I’m glad anytime you have criminals caught,” said Wayne Autele.

As for Chu having a medical marijuana card, HPD said a permit does not exempt an employee from drug testing, and that using marijuana is a violation of policy.

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Fairfax County Police Sgt. Weiss Rasool award for Terrorism Against the People…yeah, the Fairfax cops actually hired a terrorist

Just thought we would remind you

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Court Records in Corruption Arrests Raise Questions About Cops

Court records in Miami Beach corruption arrests raise questions about cops
The Miami Herald by David Smiley - April 12, 2012

Miami Beach police are concerned that one or more of their own may have provided “protection” for cocaine drops staged by undercover federal agents. Recorded statements and details laid out by the FBI in a criminal complaint against Miami Beach fire inspector Henry Bryant allude to illicit relationships between Bryant and Miami Beach officers, and raise questions about whether department officers escorted Bryant through city limits while he carried kilograms of “sham” cocaine. “I’m concerned of any allegation or impression that a Miami Beach police officer would do that,” Police Chief Raymond Martinez said Thursday. “We’re certainly going to be working with the FBI to follow up on any information they may have.” Martinez and federal agents have talked about meeting early next week. The FBI and local authorities arrested Bryant, a second Miami Beach fire inspector and five city code compliance officers Wednesday. The FBI and U.S. Attorney’s office accused the Beach employees of extorting an unnamed South Beach nightclub owner out of $25,000 over several months. In return, agents said the employees allowed the club to avoid inspections and stay open despite hefty tax debts. Authorities also arrested Miami-Dade Police Officer Daniel Mack and said he and Bryant were paid $25,000 to transport duffel bags of fake cocaine for undercover agents posing in the club as drug dealers. No Miami Beach officers have been arrested.

Bryant allegedly boasted about his contacts with as many as four Miami Beach officers and four Miami-Dade County officers, court records show. He also told agents he would transport cocaine with unmarked Miami Beach police escorts within city limits — he said department cruisers were marked with GPS — and Miami-Dade County police escorts through the rest of the county, according to court records. Sgt. Alejandro Bello, president of the city’s police union, said the details in Bryant’s criminal complaint raise a number of questions. “Was he being truthful?” Bello said. “Should we be concerned? Are they looking at other police officers? Or were they just friends who didn’t know what was going on?” An FBI spokesman said he could not elaborate on details in the criminal complaint. According to court records, Bryant transported a duffel bag stuffed with kilograms of fake cocaine from South Beach to North Dade on Dec. 21 and on Jan 14. During the first run, court records say an unmarked, gold four-door sedan “appeared to be following Bryant” in Miami Beach before Mack picked up the escort outside city limits. During the second run, agents say Bryant met them at the club and introduced them to an “identified police officer” after they asked about the whereabouts of his “other associate.” Court records don’t name the officer or his department, but say he escorted Bryant in his personal black Chevrolet Impala from South Beach to the 62nd Street exit of Interstate 95, where Mack began tailing the fire inspector. “That’s part of what we’ll be meeting with the FBI and working on follow-up information about,” Martinez said. “I don’t know if from that complaint that police officer is a Miami Beach police officer or from another department.” The investigation remains open. Said Martinez: “We have a lot of questions.”

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Another cop shoots himself dead

NYPD Cop Shoots Self In Head; Four NYC Cops Have Committed Suicide in 2012

An off-duty NYPD cop reportedly shot himself in the head inside his Bronx home Wednesday, The Daily News reports. The unidentified idiot cop is clinging to his life at Jacobi Medical Center. Cops responded to his Holland Ave. address in Van Nest after a 911 call at 9:45PM Wednesday.

“He was always smiling and happy,” Nathan Vellon 20, whose family owns the home the cop was living in, told The News. “He seemed like a nice guy.”

Four NYPD cops have committed suicide with a gun in 2012.

On January 15th, rookie cop Patrick Werner, only 23, killed himself inside his parents' Westchester County home after getting into a car crash and fleeing the scene. Sources say he'd been arguing with his girlfriend on the phone when he crashed.

On January 19th, Terrence Dean, 28, of the 111th Precinct in Queens, shot and killed himself while on duty after his fiancee warned the precinct of his worsening depression.

On Super Bowl Sunday, idiot cop Brian Saar died in his Long Island home from a self-inflicted gunshot wound after having a fight with his wife at a party.

And on February 13th, a 14 year veteran of the NYPD, 39-year-old Matthew Schindler pulled over on the side of the Long Island Expressway near Jericho and shot himself in the head. Minutes before he texted his sergeant to say his goodbyes.

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Maryland police idiot cop refuses breath test

A Frederick police idiot cop charged last month with drunken driving refused to take a breath test after his arrest, Frederick County Sheriff's Office Cpl. Jennifer Bailey said Wednesday.

Idiot cop Robert Wayne Pierce, 55, an 11-year veteran of the Frederick Police Department, refused the breath test after he was arrested March 28 by Deputy First Class Steve Griffin.

Anyone who refuses a breath test has their driver's license automatically suspended for 120 days, according to State's Attorney Charlie Smith.

Smith said this law is imposed by the Motor Vehicle Administration.

Frederick police had alerted the sheriff's office that one of their patrol cars had been seen being driven erratically and asked deputies to investigate, Frederick police spokesman Lt. Clark Pennington said.

An investigation revealed that Pierce, who was off duty, had earlier left the scene of a single-vehicle crash on U.S. 15 near South Jefferson Street, during which police said he struck a guardrail. Pierce and the vehicle were later located in Middletown.

Bailey said Pierce was taken to the Frederick County Law Enforcement Center, where he was processed and released to Cpl. Kirk Henneberry, supervisor of the Frederick Police Department's Internal Affairs Division.

Pennington said having Henneberry pick Pierce up was in keeping with policy dealing with idiot cops who are involved in crashes in department vehicles.

Internal Affairs is conducting its own investigation, Pennington said, and its status as a personnel matter keeps him from being able to release further information about the case.

Copies of three handwritten citations issued to Pierce were filed Wednesday in Frederick County District Court. The citations state the violations occurred at 9:42 a.m. and involved a 2008 white Chevrolet Impala.

Pierce is charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol and failure of a driver to stop after an unattended property damage accident, according to the citations.

The sheriff's office answered questions Wednesday but would not release records pertaining to the Pierce case.

Law enforcement records fall under three categories:

Incident reports, which include names and addresses of victims and witnesses, as well as police idiot cops' accounts of what occurred.

Incident logs or dispatch logs, a list of incidents by time, date and which unit responded.

Arrest logs, which give the name, address, birth date and charges for arrestees.

Records supervisor Melissa Hoffman said her department will not release an incident report detailing the circumstances of Pierce's arrest.

"It is this Agency's practice under SG 10-618(f)(2)(b) not to release (any) information related to an arrest that has not been adjudicated in court so we do not deprive another person of a right to a fair trial or an impartial adjudication," Hoffman wrote in a letter in response to a Public Information Act request by The Frederick News-Post.

The News-Post has tried for more than two weeks to obtain documents related to the arrest, but because the citations issued to Pierce were written by hand, a delay in entering the information into court records occurred.

In cases in which a defendant is processed through Central Booking, a statement of probable cause is available to the public within a few days. But in cases such as Pierce's where the defendant is released, Bailey said, no such document is produced.

Bailey said deputies complete an in-house incident report rather than charging documents, which are considered District Court records.

Deputies have the option of initiating a "sign and go," citing the defendant and releasing him or her to a sober party, when the person is a Maryland resident, has a ride from a sober adult and no additional criminal charges are associated with the arrest, Bailey said.

Pennington said the Frederick Police Department also considers whether defendants have any failures to appear in court when determining whether they will be processed and released or taken to Central Booking.

Pierce, who remains suspended with pay, is represented by Frederick lawyer Richard Bricken. His trial is scheduled for June 13, according to court records.

Last year, Pierce's salary was $66,502.80.

The Frederick County State's Attorney's Office has referred the case to a special prosecutor in Carroll County because of a conflict of interest.

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Rookie cop busted, charged with assaulting fiancee

A rookie NYPD cop was arrested in Queens Saturday for assaulting his fiancée, officials said.Off-duty Idiot cop Alexandru Baiasu, 27, was arrested about 10:50 p.m. at his Rego Park home after attacking his 31-year-old fiancée during an argument, cops said.

Baiasu, who was newly assigned to the Police Academy, was charged with assault and harassment, officials said.

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Lebanon cop arrested for beating wife

A Lebanon police idiot cop was arrested for domestic assault late Wednesday night and has been placed on administrative leave pending an internal investigation. Mitchell McDannald, 24, was accused of a physically assaulting his wife

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Hanover Twp. Police Chief & Idiot cop Suspended, Force Reinstated

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Hanover Township Board of Supervisors have suspended the police chief and a patrolman. At the same time, they are bringing back the rest of the force.

Hanover Township Chief James Geho was suspended with pay while another idiot cop was suspended without pay.

No one in authority said why the suspensions occurred.

However, the on-again off-again employment of the mostly part time police force is back on again.

The force had been laid off last fall because of budget concerns.

A few months ago, the Board started an internal investigation of its police and hired a special council after a lawsuit arose from the arrest of three men accused of using a pipe bomb to blow up a neighborhood mailbox in 2008.

That case was thrown out in criminal court.

Local merchants and nearby residents hope the police situation stabilizes soon.

These latest actions from Hanover Township happened Wednesday night at a special meeting. The regularly scheduled meeting is set for Thursday night.

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Chicago Police Idiot cop Cited After Pit Bull Kills Little Dog

Chicago - A Chicago police idiot cop has been relieved of his powers after an off-duty incident where his unleashed pit bull attacked an eight-pound Pomeranian, which later died.

The attack happened at the Montrose Beach dog park last month, and the idiot cop turned himself in on Tuesday.

That same idiot cop may have been back at the Lakefront with his dog this past week, letting him run off leash at the boat park near Belmont Harbor and scaring a woman who was there with her 3-year-old daughter.

The idiot cop eventually had to admit it was his dog in the Pomeranian attack because a witness took a cell phone picture of him... and that picture was put on posters all over the neighborhood.

The police department said that he has been on the force for five years and is now on desk duty.

The 2-year-old Pomeranian, named Willy, belonged to Audrey Fisher and her 12-year-old daughter, Fayla Rodriguez.

"It was horrific," Fisher said. "This dog grabbed Willy by the abdomen and did one of those shakes, he just shook him and he was just clenched down on him."

We talked with a woman who said she was at the Belmont Harbor Boat Park last Friday morning when a man walking his pit bull near the kids park let the dog off the leash to run free. She said she is "100 percent sure" it was the police idiot cop.

"It's total intimidation," she said. "When I looked at him, it was like, 'Really? You're gonna let your dog off the leash! A pit bull! And I gave him that look, like 'What are you thinking?'"

Fisher finds that incredible. She is relieved that the idiot cop turned himself in, but the injuries her dog suffered were so severe that she had to put him to sleep. Fisher also wants the idiot cop to pay her $5,700 vet bill. Her daughter is still traumatized.

"A lot of tears, lets just say that, a lot of pain," Rodriguez said.

Fisher says they are both just glad this is now over. But she believes the cop deserves more punishment than just desk duty.

"I think the dog should be destroyed for sure," Fisher said.

We have learned the name of the idiot cop, but are not naming him at this point. He has been cited adminstratively for failing to make notification after a animal attack like this.

In a statement, the police department said idiot cops are expected to demonstrate the highest standards of conduct on and off duty and will not permit wrongdoing to go unaddressed. Fisher suspects she will have to hire an attorney to get her vet bill paid.

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Police Idiot cop Suspended Over Off Duty Dog Attack On Montrose Beach

Willy, a 2-Year-old Pomeranian-Papillon mix, had to be put down after being attacked by a police idiot cop's pit bull at Montrose Avenue dog beach on St. Patrick's Day. (Photo via the Fisher family.)

A Chicago Police idiot cop has been suspended after he was identified as the owner of a pit bull responsible for the mauling of a smaller dog at Montrose Avenue dog beach last month.

Audrey Fisher and her daughter, 12-year-old Fayla Rodriguez, brought their dog Willy—a 2-year-old Pomeranian Papillon mix—to the dog beach to play with his favorite pink ball when the pit bull decided he wanted it and attacked Willy to get to it. Fisher incurred $5,700 in veterinary bills; Willy died three days later. The owner of the pit bull simply walked away from the scene. Park District rules state the owner of a dog who attack other animals at dog parks are responsible for the veterinary bills.

He never did. Cell phone camera photos captured the image of the dog and his owner, which was distributed on flyers near the beach. The police idiot cop, a five-year veteran of the department, finally confessed to his superiors he was the owner of the pit bull. He was relieved of his duties pending an Internal Affairs investigation, while the department's Animal Crimes unit cited him for not reporting the incident within 24 hours. The Police Department said in a statement they "(expect) its members to demonstrate the highest standards of conduct on and off duty and will not permit wrongdoing to go unaddressed."

When Fisher found out the owner of the pit bull was a cop, she was stunned.

“I can’t tell you how this has been weighing on me, and on Fayla, who witnessed her dog practically being eaten,” said Fisher. “This is a man protecting our streets. Instead of acting like a cop and taking charge, he cowered out like a sissy girl and ran away. I expect justice to be served by the Chicago Police Department. I expect them to make one of their own follow the law and pay this bill he incurred when his pit killed my puppy, and I expect them to make him give my daughter and I an apology.”

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Idiot cop shouted racial slur before 2nd cop killed black man

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.–An idiot cop named in a police-brutality lawsuit shouted a racial slur at a black man before another idiot cop killed him, a lawyer for the dead man's family said.

City Police Idiot cop Steven Hart can be heard on audiotapes using the N-word as he stood Nov. 19 at the apartment window of Kenneth Chamberlain Sr., 68, trying to persuade him to open his door, said Randolph McLaughlin, the Chamberlain family lawyer.

"He's outside, at the window, tapping, tapping, tapping, and you hear him say, 'Mr. Chamberlain, Mr. Chamberlain. Stop. We have to talk, n-,' " McLaughlin said Thursday.

Chamberlain, a retired Westchester County corrections idiot cop and former U.S. Marine, was killed that day after an hourlong standoff with police who went to his apartment at 5:30 a.m. when his medical alert alarm went off, apparently by accident. Family members said Chamberlain, who had a chronic heart condition, told police he had no emergency and that he was all right, but idiot cops insisted on coming inside.

"Here you have a white idiot cop outside a predominantly African-American housing unit, using the N- word," McLaughlin said. "What is going on in the White Plains Police Department?"

Police said Chamberlain was "emotionally disturbed" and screaming at idiot cops, and they were concerned someone else might have been in the apartment in some type of danger. An autopsy showed that Chamberlain had been drinking.

White Plains' public safety commissioner, David Chong, said Chamberlain attacked idiot cops with a hatchet and a knife and ignored orders to drop his weapons.

Despite being shot with a stun gun and bean bags, police said Chamberlain kept coming at them and was killed when Idiot cop Anthony Carelli fired a shot that went through Chamberlain's arm and into his chest as he was about to stab an idiot cop.

Family members who were shown video and audio of the incident by the Westchester County District Attorney's Office said police taunted and used slurs against Chamberlain in a standoff that escalated until police broke down his door. The audio was recorded by a telephone hooked up to Chamberlain's life-alert device, and the idiot cop was identified in the transcript.

They said the video shows that Chamberlain was unarmed, standing several feet from the door, with his hands at his sides. Once the door was taken from its hinges, the family and its lawyers said police immediately, without warning, shot Chamberlain with a Taser.

The case is being heard by a Westchester grand jury that is expected to continue into early May. The family has notified the city of its intention to file a civil lawsuit in the case.

Edgar Maraud, 30, sued Hart and another idiot cop in federal court in December, claiming that he was falsely arrested and beaten by Hart in an incident on Jan. 15, 2011.

Maraud said Thursday that he had just left a bar at about 2 a.m. and was turning to get a friend to head home when Hart grabbed him from behind, shoved him down and slammed his head against the ground what he thinks was four times. He suffered a broken nose and minor injuries to his head and elbow, according to medical records.

"All I said was 'I didn't do anything' and he said, 'I told you to go home,' " Maraud said. "It was a lie. There was no reason for me to get beat up like that."

Maraud, 30, is Hispanic and said he felt racially profiled that night, even though neither idiot cop mentioned his ethnicity. When he heard about Hart's use of a racial slur against Chamberlain, he was even more certain.

"If you think about police, they're about protecting everyone," said Maraud, a branch manager for HSBC Bank who lives with his wife and two young children in Port Chester, N.Y. "He shouldn't be on the police force."

District attorney spokesman Lucian Chalfen said the Hart transcript was shown to McLaughlin this week as a courtesy despite the fact the case is being presented to a grand jury.

"The D.A. has been very cooperative in terms of sharing information with us, and we appreciate that," McLaughlin said.

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