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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”

This WEEKS...not month or year...this weeks sexual assault by your local police

Former Salem, Virginia Police Officer Sentenced to 30 Months in Prison for Soliciting Sexual Favors in Exchange for Potential Lenient Treatment

Rapist Cop Admits He Forced Male Immigrants To Do Gay Things With Him

Nefarious Cop Busted For Exposing His Penis To Unsuspecting Male Motorists

 City officer charged with woman's assault in Pasadena

Cop accused of rape pleads not guilty

Former Salem, Virginia Police Officer Sentenced to 30 Months in Prison for Soliciting Sexual Favors in Exchange for Potential Lenient Treatment

U.S. Attorney’s Office February 09, 2015  

 A former police officer employed by the City of Salem, Virginia, and assigned to a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) task force, was sentenced today to 30 months in prison for soliciting and receiving sexual favors from a cooperating defendant in exchange for agreeing to recommend a favorable sentence to a federal prosecutor on the defendant’s behalf.
Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, Special Agent in Charge Adam S. Lee of the FBI’s Richmond Division and Special Agent in Charge Michael Tompkins of the Department of Justice, Office of the Inspector General’s Washington Field Office made the announcement after the sentence was imposed by Chief U.S. District Judge Glen E. Conrad of the Western District of Virginia.
Kevin C. Moore, 42, of Roanoke, Virginia, pleaded guilty on Dec. 16, 2014, to one count of bribery.
According to his plea agreement and accompanying statement of facts, between June and September 2014, while Moore was serving as a DEA task force officer, Moore informed a female cooperating defendant that he was in a position to help her with her pending federal methamphetamine trafficking case. In August 2014, for example, in a series of text messages with the cooperating defendant, Moore made clear that he could recommend a favorable sentence to a prosecutor on the cooperating defendant’s behalf in exchange for sexual favors. Moore then convinced the cooperating defendant to go for a ride in his official vehicle where she performed a sexual act with Moore.
As part of his guilty plea, Moore also admitted to engaging in similar conduct with two other female cooperating witnesses in federal drug investigations dating back to 2009. According to the statement of facts, Moore falsely informed these witnesses that he had convinced federal prosecutors not to charge them with federal criminal offenses that would carry significant prison sentences. Moore then solicited and received sexual favors from the witnesses in exchange for his purported assistance.
Moore was arrested on Oct. 10, 2014, without incident, and was suspended from the police department and DEA task force the same day. Moore was terminated from his employment with the City of Salem Police Department after pleading guilty in this case.
This case was investigated by the FBI and the Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General, and was prosecuted by Trial Attorneys Charles R. Walsh and Robert J. Heberle of the Criminal Division’s Public Integrity Section.

Rapist Cop Admits He Forced Male Immigrants To Do Gay Things With Him
A former Florida deputy has admitted in court to intimidating undocumented male immigrants into performing gay sex acts with him or risk being deported.
34-year-old Jonathan Bleiweiss, who is a well-known figure in Fort Lauderdale’s gay community, pleaded guilty to 14 counts of armed false imprisonment, 15 counts of battery, and four counts of stalking.
Approximately 20 illegal male immigrants told investigators that Bleiweiss preyed on them, molesting them during pat downs and then asking for their phone numbers, which many of the victims claim they felt powerless to refuse.
The incidents happened between August 2008 and July 2009, when Bleiweiss was finally removed from the police force for his alleged behavior.
He originally faced a total of more than 70 charges, many accusing him of sexual battery, which could have landed him several decades in prison, but prosecutors had to drop several of the charges. The problem, they say, is that many of Bleiweiss’ victims didn’t want to testify.
“I can understand that,” said prosecutor Neva Smith. “They are tired. They have been held hostage by this case for years. They have been tormented and teased in their community. They don’t want their faces on camera.”
Others, she added, “have since been deported.”
Yesterday, Broward Circuit Judge Michael Robinson sentenced Bleiweiss to five years in prison, plus ten years probation, as well ordered the ex-deputy to undergo a psycho-sexual evaluation. He will not, however, be required to register as a sex offender.
Many people feel the sentence is far too lenient.
“He’ll get out,” said attorney Alvin Entin. “He’ll be able to live the rest of his life. And he’ll do so without the stain of being a sexual predator.”

Nefarious Cop Busted For Exposing His Penis To Unsuspecting Male Motorists
Bad cop alert.
37-year-old New Jersey police officer Jason Miller (pictured) was arrested and charged with official misconduct and public lewdness earlier this week after it was discovered he had a naughty habit of waving his wiener at male motorists aged 18 to 26, the Smoking Gun reports.
The dash cam from Miller’s police cruiser allegedly captures the married father of two undoing his trousers and exposing himself at least five times over a seven-month period earlier this year.
The incidents all happened during late-night and early-morning traffic stops. In many of the surveillance videos, the sound of Miller unzipping his pants can be heard, prosecutors say. In one video in particular, his penis is clearly visible.
“His junk was hanging out!” one victim reportedly told police during the investigation.
Drivers allege Miller, who has been a police officer since 2001, would approach their vehicles then ask them if they had “noticed his zipper was down.”
One driver claims Miller followed him after the initial traffic stop to ask if the passenger in his car was his boyfriend. Another time, Miller allegedly allowed a man who admitted to being drunk go without so much as issuing a citation, presumably because he had just exposed himself to the 26-year-old.
A probable cause affidavit alleges that Miller exposed his wiener during “numerous” late-night traffic stops to “satisfy his prurient interests.” He is currently free on $35,000 bail, but he has been suspended from his job indefinitely without pay.

 City officer charged with woman's assault in Pasadena
Jeff Hagar
On a quiet street filled with traditional houses, families and children, you would think having a neighbor that works as a police officer would be a blessing, but at least one of 42-year old Wayne Adams' neighbors said it's been a curse.
 Matthew Vlcej said Adams has faced allegations of domestic violence involving a woman here before.
 "My wife went over there and talked to her and while she was there, Wayne returned still in a rage, got all up in my wife's face and just playing the fool," Vlcej said. "So I've never trusted him since then... never had anything to do with him.
 This week, the same alleged victim called Anne Arundel County Police and, according to court records, she told officers Adams had made unwanted sexual advances towards her before slapping her in the ear and choking her.
"Now, here again, I was home Monday and I happened to look out and saw a bunch of police cars and saw him getting taken away in cuffs and found out that, once again,  he's had a problem with domestic violence," said Vlcej.
 Vlcej said Adams has vented his anger at others in the neighborhood before including a 13-year old boy he spotted riding down the street on a dirt bike.
 In that instance, he allegedly threw the boy to the ground face-down and placed him in a wrist lock before calling police.
 "I will still give him a wide berth.  I have nothing to do with him.  I don't allow my children to play with his children, and I think that's pretty much the consensus in the neighborhood is nobody wants anything to do with that man," said Vlcej.
 Adams now faces a second-degree assault charge and fourth-degree sex offense and has already posted bond to earn his release.
 His supervisors from Baltimore have already been to the house to confiscate his weapons.
 "I'm glad he's not carrying a firearm right now because I think he is unstable,” said Vlcej, “I think he's proven time and again in this neighborhood that he can't control himself."
 In light of the charges, Baltimore City police say Adams has been suspended with pay.
 They say he works with the Operational Intelligence Section, which handles duties connected with homeland security.

Cop accused of rape pleads not guilty
Alison Dirr, Daily Herald Media 8:49 a.m. CST February 13, 2015

WAUSAU – A former Rothschild police officer accused of sexually assaulting a sleeping woman pleaded not guilty Thursday in Marathon County Circuit Court.
Corey Yolitz, 22, of Mosinee is charged with second-degree sexual assault of an intoxicated victim and burglary, according to court records.
Yolitz was an officer with the Rothschild Police Department at the time of the alleged assault. Rothschild Police Chief Jeremy Hunt told Daily Herald Media that after the Everest Metro Police Department finished its investigation into the alleged assault, Yolitz was given a choice of resigning or being fired. He resigned.
Yolitz is accused of sexually assaulting the woman in her bed after a night out drinking with friends in early October. The woman told police she ran into Yolitz when she went to a local bar to watch the Green Bay Packers game. After the game, the woman continued drinking until bar-closing time at 2 a.m., according to court documents.
She said that Yolitz dropped her off at her Schofield home, where she went to bed.
She awoke in her dark bedroom to find someone having sex with her and initially thought the man was her boyfriend, Everest Metro Police officer Tom Jourdan testified.
At some point, she realized it wasn't her boyfriend and confronted the man, who ran from the home, setting off outside motion lights. The woman was then able to identify Yolitz and the car he was driving, according to court records.
Yolitz initially told investigators he "could not recall" if he had had sexual contact with the woman, according to the records.
At Thursday's hearing, special prosecutor Melissa Inlow called two members of the Everest Metro Police Department who investigated the case.
Detective Sgt. Dan Goff testified that Yolitz said during an interview after the assault that Yolitz did not have permission to go into the woman's home and to Goff's knowledge, the victim had not invited Yolitz over to her home.
Defense attorney Richard Lawson said surveillance video showed the victim and Yolitz kissing earlier in the night at a local strip club.
"He also had reason to believe she would consent to having sex with him or others that morning or early night, correct?" Lawson asked Goff, who said he could not speculate on Yolitz's "internal reasoning."
His next court date was not set at Thursday's hearing.
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