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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”

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Police investigate apparent gun accident during firearms training in Holden

HOLDEN Mass. — An Assumption College campus police official accidentally shot himself in the foot while at a shooting range in Holden.


Memphis cop suspend officer over KKK tweets

The Memphis Police Department has suspended a cop Brian Hall for social media statements deriding the Ku Klux Klan. The FBI was monitoring social media during a March 30 rally by the white supremacist group in Memphis and saw tweets from Hall's personal account. The agency reported what it found to the city police department.


Cleveland punishes 12 cops in chase

The city fired a police sergeant, Michael Donegan and demoted two other supervisors and suspended nine more Tuesday for their roles in a chase in which officers fired 137 shots and killed a fleeing driver and his passenger. Donegan briefly participated in the chase last November but pulled off, parked his patrol vehicle and failed to supervise his officers, police officials said.  “I made a determination that his conduct was so egregious that it merited termination,” said Safety Director Martin Flask, who oversees police and fire. Of the 276 cops on duty on the evening of Nov. 29, 104 were involved in some way in the chase.


Report details misconduct within Butler Police Department

The former Village of Butler  Wisconsin police chief, along with several members of his staff, regularly viewed pornography at work, with one officer beginning his day calling it "porn in the morn," according to a 365-page report released Thursday by the Waukesha County Sheriff's Department. Chief Michael Cosgrove retired in March as the inquiry was being conducted. The review confirmed several complaints leveled against Cosgrove, including that Cosgrove accessed pornographic materials on his Police Department computer and used racially derogatory language in emails to employees, including using the N-word.Cosgrove admitted he used the racial slur and defined it as "people who don't fulfill their societal obligations or someone who abuses the system" and could be of any race, according to the report.

The report found:

Lt. Brian Pergande engaged in "misconduct in office," though the details were redacted in the report released to the public. He also was found to have improper pictures on his work email, to have used racial comments and to have misused the TIME system — a state-run crime information system — to check criminal histories of individuals for personal use.

Officer Chad Rahn acted improperly while on duty, having exposed his penis multiple times. He also used the TIME system for personal use and created an uncomfortable work environment, according to the report.

Officers Joel Fus and Rick Napierala had improperly used department equipment.

Sheriff's Department investigators found a wallet used as a piece of evidence in a case during the 1990s on Cosgrove's desk, three loaded and unsecured guns in Cosgrove's office, and learned that the department did not have a policy for returning firearms that it held for safekeeping.

This weeks..."Cops who are tough when the law is behind them".........

Cop suspended after grabbing suspect's throat

An Austin cop named Kenneth Conner has been suspended for 15 days after grabbing the neck of a combative suspect and yelling obscenities at him. It’s the latest in a number of disciplinary actions where Austin officers lost their cool. Austin cops put out an annual report into use of force. The latest, the 2011 Response to Resistance report found that year there were: 3,030 reports of use of force

Greensboro NC police officer fired, another suspended after investigation

 An officer with the Greensboro Police Department has been fired and another has been suspended as the result of the city’s investigation into the department’s response to a student apartment complex. The police department conducted an internal investigation and turned its findings over to the city council. As a result, one officer was suspended for violating a general conduct rule for “failing to report his use of force,” Miller said.Miller says another officer was fired for violating the department’s “truthfulness directive” during the investigation.

State law enforcement officials have arrested an Opa-Locka Florida cop

State law enforcement officials have arrested an Opa-Locka Florida cop on charges of kidnapping, battery and tampering with a victim. Florida Department of Law say  German Bosque punched a victim in 2011 while responding to a domestic incident. FDLE also allege Bosque later illegally handcuffed and detained him at the police station when the victim tried to file a complaint.

Federal Jury Finds Meriden cop Guilty of Using Unreasonable Force, Obstructing Justice

U.S. Attorney’s Office June 03, 2013      

Deirdre M. Daly, Acting United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, and Kimberly K. Mertz, Special Agent in Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, today announced that a federal jury in New Haven has found Meriden Police Officer Evan Cossette, 26, guilty of one count of using unreasonable force and one count of obstructing a federal investigation by preparing a false report. The trial before United States District Judge Janet Bond Arterton began on May 28, and the jury returned its verdict this afternoon after deliberating for less than three hours.

According to evidence at trial, on May 1, 2010, Cossette and another Meriden Police officer responded to a reported hit-and-run incident. After identifying “P.T.” as the driver likely involved in the hit-and-run incident, the officers placed him under arrest. Cossette transported P.T. to the Meriden Police Department and escorted a compliant and handcuffed P.T. from the squad car to the holding cell. Once inside the holding cell, Cossette firmly shoved a retreating P.T., causing him to fall backward and strike his head on a cement cell bench. P.T. suffered a 12-centimeter gash to the back of his head and lost consciousness. P.T. was then transported to the hospital for treatment.

Cossette obstructed justice by making false and misleading statements, as well as material omissions, in his report relating to the arrest and processing of P.T. in order to cover up and create a false justification for his assault upon P.T.

“We thank the members of the jury for their thoughtful consideration of the evidence,” stated Acting U.S. Attorney Daly. “Our system of justice cannot tolerate abuses by police officers, and today’s verdict helps preserve the integrity of a profession that is entrusted with protecting our liberties as well as our safety.”

“As law enforcement officers, we are measured by a higher standard because we are both sworn and privileged to uphold the United States Constitution,” stated FBI Special Agent in Charge Mertz. “We must meet that standard with unfailing integrity and honor. Those who cannot meet that essential standard should not be wearing a badge. While there is no joy in today’s guilty verdict, we know that justice has been served.”

Judge Arterton has scheduled sentencing for August 28, 2013, at which time Cossette faces a maximum term of imprisonment of 30 years.


Meriden Ct. cop Evan Cossette resigned
Meriden Ct. cop Evan Cossette resigned after being convicted of using unreasonable force against a prisoner in the police department lockup. He was convicted Monday of violating the civil rights of Meriden resident Pedro Temich and lying in a police report. He faces up to 30 years in prison when he is sentenced in August. Authorities say Temich fell and fractured his skull after Cossette pushed him in a jail cell in 2010.

More drugged up cops

More drugged up cops

A North Texas cop named Thomas Kantzos is accused of protecting an alleged drug dealer and helping sell anabolic steroids to department personnel has been fired.Arlington police Chief Will Johnson on Thursday afternoon announced the firing of Kantzos. He'd been with the force since 1995.

More drugged up cops

John Michael Nohejl, a New Port Richey Florida cop was convicted this week of possession of hydrocodone, fleeing law enforcement and evidence tampering will spend the next 2 1/2 years in jail. Judge Anthony Tatti Nohejl to three consecutive terms of 11 months and 29 days in the Hernando County Detention Center. Nohejl, 35, has already served 133 days since his arrest. After a day and a half of testimony, a six-member jury decided Wednesday that Nohejl fled from a traffic stop in Spring Hill while in possession of hydrocodone. But the jury cleared him of the more serious charge of trafficking in the drug.

More Drunk Cops

More Drunk Cops
ST. PAUL, Minnesota —  South St. Paul cop Cory Slifkot is accused of driving drunk and then fleeing police. According to charges filed Friday, a field-sobriety test showed Cory Slifko had a blood-alcohol level that was twice the legal limit. Slifko is also accusing of striking mailboxes and gas pumps before a Rosemount police officer rammed his sports utility vehicle to stop it.

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DEARBORN — A third pretrial exam was scheduled for a suspended cop Anthony Krawczyk accused of drunken driving.  Krawczyk, 41, is charged with operating with a high blood-alcohol content, driving without auto insurance and leaving the scene of an accident after he was arrested April 20 on Donaldson near Monroe. He allegedly hit two vehicles and a tree while driving a 2012 Ford Taurus. A preliminary breath test administered about 45 minutes after police responded showed Krawczyk’s blood-alcohol level at 0.265 percent, well above the state’s “super drunk” threshold of 0.17 percent. The drunken-driving limit is 0.08 percent.

More drunk cops.
Michael Lang, a Jersey City off-duty cop charged with drunk driving after he gets into fight at gas station.  Lang refused to take a Breathalyzer test at the scene. Lang no longer has access to his police gun and he can only work in a non-police response capacity pending an administrative hearing.  The arrest came on June 9 at about 3:30 a.m. after Lang and four individuals started fighting inside the Kennedy Boulevard BP gas station's convenience store.

 More Drunk Cops
An off-duty NYPD cop was arrested Monday morning on a number of drunk driving charges, police announced. Kelly Hughes, 24, was arrested around 9:30 a.m. She has been charged with criminal mischief, DWI, leaving the scene of an accident and DWAI.


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Altoona police cop Duane Eichenlaub will spend no less than 11 months behind bars for his role in a Memorial Day fight three years ago