Those lovable clowns in blue....

Reply Mon 26 Aug, 2019 07:31 pm
Los Angeles Deputy Who Faked Sniper-Style Attack Could Face Charges
Source: New York Times

A young Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy was standing outside his station in Lancaster, Calif., last week when, he said, two gunshots erupted from a nearby apartment building, one of the bullets grazing him in the shoulder.

He was rushed to a hospital, and hundreds of law enforcement personnel embarked on a day long manhunt that diverted traffic, caused the local passenger rail system to shut down and displaced residents of the apartment building.

But it turned out that the deputy made it all up.

“There was no sniper,” Capt. Kent Wegener said at a news conference on Saturday. “No shots fired and no gunshot injury sustained to his shoulder. Completely fabricated.”

Read more: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/los-angeles-deputy-who-faked-sniper-style-attack-could-face-charges/ar-AAGmtVQ?li=BBnbfcL
Reply Tue 27 Aug, 2019 09:49 am
@bobsal u1553115,
NYPD Detective Who Allegedly Made Bogus DWI Arrests Has Quite The Misconduct Record
An NYPD Detective is being sued for allegedly making bogus DWI arrests in order to earn extra overtime. The Daily News reports that Detective Darryl Schwartz has been sued at least three times and is facing a fourth suit, alleging that he arrested Bronx drivers who weren't drunk. One of the lawsuits that named Schwartz resulted in an $85,000 settlement from the city. Records that were eventually turned over to defense attorneys show that Detective Schwartz has a history of misconduct stretching back at least a decade, and that the NYPD has done little to discipline him.
bobsal u1553115
Reply Wed 28 Aug, 2019 11:15 am
He did what he was good at, making bogus drunk stops. I wonder if there was any common factor about those he stopped?
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Reply Wed 28 Aug, 2019 01:57 pm
Ex-Houston police officer charged with murder over deadly drug raid

August 23, 2019 / 6:24 PM / CBS/AP

A former Houston police officer has been charged with murder in connection with the deadly January drug raid of a home that killed a couple who lived there and injured five officers. Gerald Goines surrendered to authorities Friday afternoon, CBS Houston affiliate KHOU reported.

He was charged with two counts of felony murder after police accused him of lying in a search warrant about having a confidential informant buying heroin at the home. If convicted, Goines faces up to life in prison.

Goine, who was shot in the ensuing gunfight during the January 28 raid, later acknowledged there was no informant and that he bought the drugs himself, authorities said.
bobsal u1553115
Reply Wed 28 Aug, 2019 09:02 pm
This such an about face for Houston. A few years ago he'd been suspended and then kept his job.
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