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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”

There's one in every crowd

Glen Rock officer showed buttocks in photos that led to suspension, report says

By Myles Ma 

GLEN ROCK -- A police officer is shown baring his buttocks in two pictures he allegedly deleted from the police department's computer server, the Record reported.
Officer Christopher McInerney, who filed a lawsuit Friday containing internal affairs documents describing the photos, was suspended along with Officer Bryan Scott for allegedly deleting the photos. The photos were taken during an officer's retirement party in 2005.
A borough disciplinary notice says the photos featured former Glen Rock Police Officer Matthew Stanislao, who has filed his own lawsuit claiming he was sexually harassed by other officers for being gay.
McInerney's lawsuit asks a judge to lift his suspension.
Glen Rock residents and the state PBA have criticized Glen Rock Police Chief Frederick Stahman and the borough council over the suspensions. Scott is the department's PBA president and McInerney is a 17-year veteran.

Fired cop’s case back on docket
Fired cop’s case back on docket
By Justin Strawser
SUNBURY — A fired Mount Carmel Township patrolman found guilty of a Labor Day joy ride in which he and his colleagues tossed lit fireworks from their  car at a Kulpmont patrolman’s unmarked cruiser is taking his case to Northumberland County Court of Common Pleas.
David J. Stamets, 27, who was found guilty Jan. 29 by Shamokin District Judge John Gembic of three summary violations, appealed the decision and will have his case heard by Northumberland County Judge Tony Rosini at 9:15 a.m. Monday, May 18, in courtroom 3.
Stamets, who was fired from the township force on Nov. 5, was found guilty of failing to pull over for an emergency vehicle, a stop sign violation and driving without registration for his alleged involvement in a Sept. 1 incident with Patrolmen Matthew Filarski, Michael Pitcavage and Patrick J. McAndrew.
Testimony from the summary hearing revealed that at 11:58 p.m. Sept. 1, they were in an unregistered and unlicensed green Jeep Wrangler being driven by Stamets at the intersection of Sixth and Chestnut streets. McAndrew threw a lit firework from the vehicle near Kulpmont Patrolman David Tomtishen’s unmarked cruiser, and the four officers drove away. Tomtishen followed them through the roads of Kulpmont, then activated his lights and sirens and gave chase. Other officers from the township and the borough assisted Tomtishen in the pursuit, which led into Marion Heights and back into the township.
In October, District Attorney Ann Targonski issued a press release in which she cleared the four officers of any criminal activity and dismissed “speculation and inaccurate information” on the incident investigated by Milton state police Trooper Phil Davis.
“There is absolutely no evidence that anything was thrown at the officer or his vehicle nor was there any high-speed pursuit involved,” Targonski said at the time.

Filarski was suspended from his job; McAndrew and Pitcavage resigned. They all have positions in other municipalities.