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New York, NY, USA -- The New York police officer seen in a video apparently putting a chokehold on a man who later died has had his gun and badge taken away pending the outcome of investigations into what happened. The NYPD announced tonight that Officer Daniel Pantaleo, an 8-year veteran, has been placed on "modified assignment," pending the outcome of the dual probes by the district attorney and Internal Affairs. More News @Corrupt Justice™ from More videos @The Attorney Depot™ and Follow us @Twitter Check our Editor's Reading List on Scribd.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Cops that Sexually Offend! - Pt. IV




"An off duty NYPD lieutenant fatally shot and stabbed his wife and then turned his gun on himself on January 12, 2009 in their Centereach home. Francis Cole, 48, a 19-year NYPD vet who worked at the 68th Precinct, first stabbed wife Elena, 46, in the chest and then shot her in the head.!!!"

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NYPD Rape Trial!


NYPD officers Franklin Mata (l) and Kenneth Moreno (r).

May 9, 2011

NEW YORK (WCJB) – New York City police officer Kenneth Moreno took the stand during his own trial Monday and told jurors he didn’t have sex with an intoxicated woman who has accused him of raping her after being called to help her get home. He did, however, admit to making a fake 911 call to police that evening to return to woman’s apartment, media sources reported. The officers helped the drunken woman to her apartment and then returned three times within hours. The woman said she passed out but awoke to being raped. Somber but forthcoming, Moreno took the stand as the key defense witness:

“Did you commit rape, Officer Moreno?” asked his lawyer.

“No,” Moreno said frankly.

“Did you have sex with (the woman)?”

“No,” said Moreno, who has been an officer for 17 years.

As media sources report, Moreno’s version of what took place with the woman was stunning.

(Moreno, pictured left, Mata, pictured right)“She told me to come over to the bed. I said ‘I’m good where I’m at.’ She only had a pink bra on. She came over to me and asked me if I liked her. She tried to kiss me, but I smelled the alcohol. I said ‘you don’t like me.’ She got upset. I kissed her forehead. She took my hand and put it on her stomach and turned so my hand was on her lower back. She started moving her buttocks around my groin area. It was getting crazy,” Moreno testified.

An issue in this trial has been whether the woman was too drunk to say no and whether the cops should have called an ambulance instead of taking her to her apartment, the place of the alleged rape.

“I asked her what was going on. The cab driver said she was drunk. She heard what he said. She said, ‘I’m not drunk. I’m just sick,’” Moreno testified.

His lawyer then asked, “Did she respond to your questions?”

Moreno answered: “Yes she did. I told her, if you can’t stand on your own [I was going to have to call an ambulance]. She said she did not want to go to the hospital. ‘Then you’re going to have to stand up.’ She got up.”

Officer Moreno tried to show that his time with the woman was friendly. But he stunned many in the courtroom when he said he tried to comfort the intoxicated, vomiting woman with, “We talked about music. I even sang to her. I sang Bon Jovi’s ‘Living On A Prayer.’”

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A.M. Trial Cross-Examination:

NEW YORK (WCJB) — Assistant District Attorney Coleen Balbert picked up where she left off Friday, aggressively cross-examining NYPD officer Franklin Mata about his partner’s alleged rape of a young, drunk, fashion executive inside her apartment in December 2008. When asked if he could recall anything that was said between the woman and his partner, Officer Kenneth Moreno, Mata testified she told Moreno: “No, she doesnt have a boyfriend,” and later, “I don’t want an ambulance.”

Balbert: “Was it flirty?”
Mata: “She was touching his arm. She was laughing. Giggling. It seemed flirty to me.”

Balbert then went after the cops’ characters, trying to get Mata to admit that he and Moreno intentionally lied to their superior officers by lying on a patrol log about their whereabouts during a lunch break and later placing a fake 911 call to buy them more time inside the apartment.

Balbert: “For that hour, you were not in the precinct stationhouse, were you?”
Mata: “No, we were not.”

Instead, surveillance video shows the officers returning the woman’s Village apartment yet again.

Mata testified that shortly after, his partner went into the bathroom to assist the woman as she tried to vomit.

Mata said about ten minutes later, while he was in the living room sitting on the couch, drowsy, the woman led Officer Moreno out of the bathroom, and into the bedroom where, prosecutors said, he raped the 29-year-old on her bed.



This is where the cross examination turned contentious, because Mata testified that’s exactly when he fell asleep for the next thirty minutes.

Balbert: “So you don’t know whether she was passed out?”
Mata: “I don’t know.”
Balbert: “You said in direct examination Ken did not commit any crimes. But isn’t it true you were asleep and didn’t know what was happening in that bedroom?”
Mata: “I know Ken. Ken wouldn’t do something like that.”
Balbert: “But he would commit a crime like making a false 911 call.”
Mata: “I didn’t know it was fake.”

Mata said he awoke when Moreno nudged him and said they were leaving. He didn’t ask his partner anything about what had happened, he said.

Mata and Moreno have been suspended until a Police Department review after their trial. If convicted, each could face up to 25 years in prison.

NYPD Rapists!


March 7, 2011

A judge scolded Manhattan prosecutors today for a grand jury evidentiary error that has caused a brink-of-trial delay for two cops accused in the on-duty rape of a drunken female club-goer. Officers Kenneth Moreno and Franklin Mata had been scheduled to sit through jury selection today in the scandalous rape and burglary case. The cops were set to fight career-ending, prison-risking accusations that they "helped" a beautiful, drunken 27-year-old fashion executive to her East Village apartment last year, with Moreno allegedly raping the woman as Mata stood guard.

Instead, prosecutor Randolph Clarke asked the trial judge for a two-week delay -- until March 21 -- so that the faulty rape and burglary indictment could be tossed and a new one voted by a second grand jury.

"The people are requesting March 21, your honor, based upon some evidence we discovered. We are seeking to re-present this to the grand jury," Clarke told Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Gregory Carro.

"But this is not new evidence," the judge responded -- noting that fault for the delay lies with the prosecution. "This is something you are trying to correct in the grand jury."

"Yes, your honor," Clarke said.

"I'm not sure why this took so long to figure out," Carro responded.

When the prosecutor promised to get a transcript from the second grand jury to the judge by Friday, March 18, so it could be reviewed in time for the trial to start the following Monday, the judge added, "In light of the fact that you are delaying the case I'd appreciate it."

The evidentiary error was not elaborated on in court by prosecutors. Moreno's lawyer, complained on the record only that, "This is something that has been in their [prosecutors'] possession for two and a half years." Both sides are barred by grand jury secrecy laws from describing the omitted evidence outside court.

The cops are insisting that no sex whatsoever happened in the woman's apartment, and that Moreno only admitted otherwise -- falsely -- into his accuser's hidden microphone because she repeatedly threatened to march up to Moreno's Ninth Precinct desk sergeant and "make a scene."

Rome Police!


March 7, 2011

A former police officer and bus driver charged with aggravated child molestation pleaded guilty today in Floyd County Superior Court and was sentenced to 25 years in prison. Jeffery David Carter, 50, of 45 The Trail, Lindale, was arrested in November 2010. Carter pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated child molestation, enticing a child for indecent purposes and one count of statutory rape. He was was sentenced to 25 years in prison and a life term on probation.

His trial was scheduled to begin this week before Floyd County Superior Court Judge Jack Niedrach.

Carter, a former Rome police officer, was a Floyd County school bus driver and volunteer with the Civil Air Patrol and Tiger­Flight in Rome. It was at TigerFlight where police say Carter met the victim. Carter was denied bail in December. During that bail hearing a police officer reported that the victim told police Carter had sexual contact with her, including sodomy, in his home, vehicle and at the TigerFlight facility at Richard B. Russell Regional Airport. Carter also facing multiple charges in Cobb County including child molestation, sodomy, enticing a child for indecent purposes and furnishing alcohol to a minor, according to police.

A.A.Gen. Andrew Shirvell!


November 4, 2010

ANN ARBOR, Mich.—An assistant attorney general (pictured left) in Michigan who was accused of harassing a gay student assembly president at the University of Michigan has been allowed back on campus—with restrictions. The school and a lawyer for Andrew Shirvell say he can enter all public grounds and public events such as football games. But he's not allowed to have "physical or verbal contact" with student Chris Armstrong or be anywhere where he can reasonably anticipate Armstrong will be present.

Armstrong claimed Shirvell harassed him over a five-month period. Shirvell started a blog in April that regularly lambasted Armstrong as a racist with a "radical homosexual agenda."

Shirvell had appealed the university's decision to ban him from campus. Shirvell, who is on personal leave from his state job, faces a disciplinary hearing Friday.

Michael Bernard Wilson!


November 4, 2010

A Fulton County police officer has been arrested and charged with aggravated child molestation and rape, police said. Officer Michael Bernard Wilson, 30, was arrested Tuesday by DeKalb County police, Capt. Darryl Halbert with Fulton police told the AJC. The five-year veteran of the department has been suspended without pay, Halbert said.

The mother of a 12-year-old girl reported the crimes to DeKalb police, who secured arrest warrants against Wilson (pictured left) Officer Jason Gagnon said. Wilson, of Ellenwood, was arrested during a traffic stop, Gagnon said. He has been charged with two counts of child molestation, rape and false imprisonment, Gagnon said. The crimes date back to May 2010, according to DeKalb County jail booking records. Wilson was booked into the DeKalb jail, where he is being held without bond.

Tank Guenther!


October 14, 2010

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (WCJB) - An Albuquerque police officer has been indicted on 26 sexual molestation counts. Police spokeswoman Sgt. Trish Hoffman says a grand jury handed up the indictment against officer Tank Guenther for criminal sexual penetration of a minor on Wednesday. He is accused of molesting a relative. He has been on administrative assignment and not working as a police officer since the allegations surfaced in June 2009. Hoffman says Guenther was placed on administrative leave Thursday. Guenther has not been arrested. His age wasn't available, but he has been an Albuquerque police officer since 2001.

Updated: Thursday, 14 Oct 2010, 11:57 PM MDT Published : Thursday, 14 Oct 2010, 10:20 PM MDT ALBUQUERQUE, NM (WCJB) - A rapist with a badge. That is what investigators are saying about an Albuquerque Police officer who is accused of of raping a girl repeatedly. And this is just the latest in a series of rape cases against APD officers in recent years. Tank Guenther started with APD in 2001, but the chief of police said he will likely be out of a job, much like the other cops involved in rape cases. "Anytime we have allegations that are made, we take them very very seriously," APD Chief Ray Schultz said. Patrol officer Guenther is facing some serious allegations, 26 felony counts accusing him of raping a young relative over the course of three years, from 2002 to 2005. Investigators said the girl was under 12-years-old at the time. The Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department told APD a year ago they were investigating Guenther. "At that time, Officer Guenther was place on administrative assignment while that investigation continued," Chief Schultz said. This is not the first case where an Albuquerque cop was accused of rape. There have been three in the past five years.

Officer accused of rape, 3rd for APD : krqe.com

In 2007 Officer David Maes was convicted of raping a female suspect at a park while he was supposed to be driving her to jail. A judge gave Maes five years probation. A jury was deadlocked on whether VICE Detective Timothy Chavez raped a 14-year-old girl he met through a telephone chat line in 2005. Both Maes and Chavez were quickly out of a job after they were charged. Chief Schultz said these charges against officers are surprising. "It always is," Schultz said. "We expect our employees to be above and beyond in performing their duties." APD said with 1000 officers, there will be a few bad cops, and it is up to the department to take swift action. As for Guenther's future on the force. "I think we probably all know what the outcome will be based on the fact that he does have an outstanding criminal indictment," Chief Schultz said. Guenther has been put on paid suspension. An internal affairs investigation will determine if Guenther will be fired. Chief Schultz said that investigation should last about two weeks. Guenther is also charged with tampering with evidence. Detectives said he shredded pages from the girl's diary to get rid of evidence.

Pedro Martinez

Double-Life!

June 17, 2010 SPRINGFIELD, MA – Cited by a judge as “the most sordid case I have ever heard,” a former city police officer was sentenced on Thursday to two consecutive life terms in state prison for the rape and sexual assault of three young girls. Pedro J. Martinez, a police officer for two decades before he resigned after his arrest last year, pleaded guilty in Hampden Superior Court to 21 sexual offenses. Some included allegations of incest involving attacks on two of his daughters. The case left its prosecutor choked with emotion as she described its facts to the court, including the investigators’ discovery at the police officer’s home of “hundreds, if not thousands” of examples of child pornography in the form of films and photographs that Martinez took. Judge Cornelius J. Moriarty told Martinez he deserved significant punishment for “the utterly despicable and depraved acts that you committed.” The crimes involving his children occurred over a period of years ending in 2008, according to a prosecutor; the third victim was the child of an acquaintance and those crimes occurred more than 20 years ago when she was a child, the court was told. The 49-year-old Martinez pleaded guilty to: two counts of incest; six counts of rape of a child; four counts of indecent assault and battery on a child under 14; three counts of posing or exhibiting a child in the nude in a lascivious manner; two counts of engaging a child in sexual conduct; two counts of indecent assault and battery on a person 14 years old or over; one count of rape; and one count of possession of child pornography. We do not usually identify the victims of rape and sexual abuse, but the nature of incest charges identifies victims as family members of the accused. The prosecution sought the consecutive life sentences because concurrent terms would have allowed Martinez to be eligible for parole after serving 15 years, assistant district attorney Karen J. Bell said. It was Bell who provided the judge with a narrative of the offenses and what investigators found at Martinez’s home. Martinez’ lawyer recommended a 10- to 12-year sentence, telling Moriarty his client acknowledged he is sick and looks forward to treatment while he is incarcerated. He said Martinez had served well as a police officer, but had another life caused by his illness. “He was unable to control himself,” the attorney said. His attorney also told the court Martinez had wanted to plead guilty from the day he was arrested to spare his victims from enduring “anything additional” in the court system. But, the defense lawyer said it had been his ethical duty as an attorney to file certain motions on his client’s behalf before proceeding. In his sentencing, Moriarty said he considered the fact that Martinez would use the sex crimes to punish the children or as a requirement if they wanted to be allowed to do certain activities or buy things. One mother, in an impact statement for the judge, said that while she recognized Martinez is sick, “I hope he never sees the light of day.” Bell said the now-adult victim in the case told the prosecution that she had waited 20 years for justice and also hoped Martinez is never released from prison. Moriarty praised the “extra courage and grace” of the two victims who were in the courtroom and noted that their expressed forgiveness of Martinez “is extraordinary.” Martinez, who was housed at the Franklin County Correctional Center in Greenfield while awaiting prosecution, will be credited with the 455 days he served toward his sentence. Update - March 22, 2009: Authorities say two more underage girls came forward alleging Martinez raped them. Search warrants uncovered a stock pile of child pornography and other evidence that lead police to connect Martinez with the rape allegations. Martinez is now behind bars at the Springfield Police station until his arraignment in court on Monday. February 23, 2009 SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) - A Springfield police officer has been arrested on rape and incest charges. Sergeant John Delaney of the Springfield Police Department told 22News Officer Pedro Martinez, 47, has been charged with three counts of rape of a child with force and three counts of incest. Police Commissioner William Fitchet has suspended Martinez for five days without pay pending his grand jury indictment, which will result in suspension without pay until the outcome of his trial.
Springfield Police released the mugshot of Martinez (pictured above). Martinez was arraigned in Springfield District Court on February 24, 2009, pleading not guilty. The court placed Pedro Martinez on house arrest after his plea of not guilty to child rape charges.

Sean Patrick

UPDATE: 1/25/10 LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. (WCJB) -- The former Charleston police officer who pleaded guilty to soliciting sex from a 14-year-old girl in Virginia was sentenced to probation on Friday. According to online court records in Loudoun County, Virginia, Sean Patrick was sentenced to 2 years supervised probation and fined $405. He was initially sentenced to 2 years in jail, but that was suspended. Patrick was arrested on the felony charge of propositioning sex from a person under the age of 15 last March and pleaded guilty on September 24. Investigators say Patrick had sexually explicit chats, sent nude pictures, and made plans to meet a teen from Virginia. The girl turned out to be an undercover agent. (read the graphic transcript of the chat here) Update: Officer Sean Patrick Indicted for Soliciting a Minor! Wednesday, May 20, 2009 A Charleston police officer accused of soliciting sex from a minor on the internet was indicted on the charges in Virginia. Sean Patrick was indicted for soliciting a minor between 15 years old and 18 years old. The indictment was filed on Monday [May 18, 2009] and Patrick answered the indictment during a hearing Tuesday [May 19, 2009]. Patrick was arrested in Charleston back in February 2009 for allegedly having sexually explicit chats, sending nude pictures and making plans to meet a girl from Virginia. The girl turned out to be an undercover agent. Patrick is expected back in court on June 8, 2009.
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February 21, 2009 Authorities say a Charleston police officer is facing charges that he solicited sex with a minor in Virginia over the Internet. Thirty-year-old Sean Patrick was arrested late Friday and was arraigned in Kanawha County Magistrate Court on a felony charge and booked into South Central Regional Jail. Charleston Police Chief Brent Webster said the FBI contacted Charleston police about Patrick and was arrested on a fugitive from justice warrant after reporting for work. According to a regional government Web site, Patrick allegedly propositioned over the Internet someone he understood to be a 14-year-old female from Loudoun County, Virginia. Webster said Patrick has been placed on administrative leave without pay. He has worked as a Charleston patrol officer since 2005 typically answering 911 calls during his shift.

Marc Javier Diaz

February 19, 2009 A Riverside County sheriff's deputy is accused of kidnapping and raping a woman in La Quinta worked for the Coachella Valley Unified School District for 16 months, the man's lawyer confirmed Thursday. Marc Javier Diaz, 35, of Indio, is charged with kidnapping to commit rape and two counts of rape under the threat of authority of a public official. He faces life in prison if convicted, said Michael Jeandron of the Riverside County District Attorney's Office. Diaz is accused of walking into a La Quinta business Jan. 31, displaying a law enforcement badge and demanding identification from employees and the people inside, said sheriff's Deputy Herlinda Valenzuela. He allegedly ordered a female customer who had no identification into his pickup truck, drove her to a secluded location and raped her, Valenzuela said. Diaz appeared in court for a felony settlement conference -- an informal discussion before a judge between a defense lawyer and a prosecutor to discuss a possible resolution to the case -- and Riverside County Superior Court Judge Thomas Douglass ordered him to return on March 10 for a preliminary hearing. Deputy Public Defender David Prendergast, who represents Diaz, confirmed outside court that Diaz worked for the Coachella Valley Unified School District for 16 months. Prendergast said he did not know the specific school or position Diaz had within the school district. Officials at the Coachella Valley superintendent's office previously had "no comment" on whether Diaz worked for the school district, and the superintendent was unavailable this morning. Diaz was arrested in 2004 on suspicion of using a prostitute in Indio, said Ben Guitron of the Indio Police Department. At the time, he was a nine-year veteran of the Sheriff's Department and was working in the Indio courthouse, but the next month he resigned, Valenzuela said. The District Attorney's Office never filed charges against Diaz for the prostitution allegation because of insufficient evidence, Jeandron said. Diaz is being held in lieu of $1 million bail.

Daniel Smith

February 19, 2009 A Clark University police officer has been charged with sexually assaulting a twelve year old girl. According to the Morris county prosecutor's office in New Jersey, twenty-six year old Daniel Smith allegedly assaulted the minor at a sleepover at a family house in Paquanock, New Jersey. The assaults went on for several weeks. The girl turned thirteen during that time. Smith was arrested on a New Jersey warrant when he showed up for work at the Clark University police department Wednesday night. According to a clark university spokesperson, Smith worked at Clark between 2003 and 2006. He returned to work at Clark in September 2007 and is administrative leave pending the investigation. Clark's own mission statement for police officers says that all officers are required to undergo special training in victim awareness, sexual assault and domestic violence. Smith is also a part time police officer in Berlin. His badge and gun have been revoked. He is now on administrative leave for the department. Still some students at Clark feel uneasy that Smith has been patrolling campus. Video

Anthony T. Miller

December 19, 2008 Special Agents from the Wisconsin Department of Justice’s Division of Criminal Investigation along with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the New Richmond Police Department arrested Officer Anthony T. Miller on 1 count of Possession of Child Pornography and 1 count of Sexual Exploitation of a Child. Miller is an 11 year veteran of the Hastings, Minnesota police department. Investigators say Miller (pictured left) admitted he used his personal laptop while on duty as a police officer to go online. He also told investigators he was part of an online file sharing system where he chatted with other people who had child pornography. Prosecutors say Miller would trade pornographic images of children and search the Internet for those images. Miller said the children in his images were usually between 9 and 15 years old. US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) initiated a child pornography investigation regarding an internet website. The investigation was forwarded to the Wisconsin Department of Justice – Division of Criminal Investigation. Subsequently, a search warrant was obtained by WI DCI for the residence of Anthony T. Miller in New Richmond, WI. On Tuesday, December 16, 2008 a search warrant was executed at the residence of Anthony T. Miller, located at 1359 Island View Drive, New Richmond, WI. The warrant was served by law enforcement from the WI DCI, US ICE and New Richmond Police Department. Items of evidence were seized pursuant to the search warrant. Agents interviewed Miller. Miller admitted downloading, possessing and trading/distributing child pornography for approximately the past 2 years.

David Maes

October 11, 2007 An Albuquerque police officer accused of raping a female suspect has resigned. Officer David Maes, 28, was placed on paid administrative leave two months ago following his Oct. 11 [2007] arrest on charges of criminal sexual penetration in connection with the sexual assault of an inmate he was transporting. Maes has not been indicted by a grand jury. Police Chief Ray Schultz said Tuesday his investigators had just completed a criminal investigation into the incident and were starting an internal inquiry when Maes resigned. Schultz said Maes likely would have been fired if he hadn't quit. "It was the right thing for him to do," Schultz said. "His biggest concern at this point is the criminal investigation."
According to court records, Maes was arrested six days after a woman told Metropolitan Detention Center officers that she had been raped by Maes while en route to jail. The woman had been arrested after a stolen car she was riding in was involved in a crash. While detectives were questioning the woman, she complained her vision was blurry and was taken to Lovelace Hospital for treatment. Maes was assigned to guard her and transport her to jail once she received treatment. While at the hospital, Maes allegedly sexually assaulted the woman in an exam area and then assaulted her again when he stopped at a baseball field before taking her to jail, according to court records. Maes had been an Albuquerque police officer since Jan. 22, 2005.

Wilton Police Officer Barone update: Andrew Barone was a Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) student from 2004 to 2008. Officer Barone was hired by the Wilton Police department in January 2008. CCSU police have charged Officer Barone with second-degree sexual assault, three counts of third-degree computer crime, eight counts of breach of peace and one count of sixth-degree larceny, according to court records. He is free on $150,000 bond and is scheduled to appear March 13, 2009 in Superior Court in New Britain. According to an arrest warrant affidavit, Barone’s ex-girlfriend and her sister, who was 16 at the time of the alleged incident, described to police a night of heavy partying about three years ago at CCSU that ended with all three of them falling asleep in a dorm room. The sister said that at some point during the night, Barone left the bed he was sharing with his girlfriend and sexually assaulted her. The younger woman also told police Barone had previously touched her inappropriately when he was visiting her sister at their home. Officer Barone told police that his girlfriend’s sister had been jealous of their relationship and had told lies about him. He said he had passed a polygraph test to become a police officer, which included questions about sexual deviation. Officer Barone also is accused of posting nude photos on the Web of a female student while on campus in December 2008, McLaughlin said. The arrest warrant affidavit on those charges has yet to be released.

Cops that Sexually Offend

Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part I) Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part II) Sexually Offensive Cops! (Part III) Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part IV) Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part V) Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part VI) Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part VII) Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part VIII) Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part IX) Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part X) Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part XI) Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part XII) Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part XIII) Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part XIV) Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part XV)
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Sunday, February 22, 2009

Sexually Offensive Cops, Part III




July 3, 2009 - A Chicago police officer shot and killed a 16-year-old boy Thursday night when the teen pointed a gun at officers during a foot chase in the Lawndale neighborhood, authorities said. The teen was identified as Rakeem Nance, of the 1900 block of South Troy Street, according to the Cook County medical examiner's office. Nance was enrolled last school year as a 9th grader at Collins Academy High School, 1313 S. Sacramento Dr., said Chicago Public Schools spokeswoman Monique Bond in an e-mail. June 29, 2009 - 19-year-old Deandre Jones, of the 6500 block of South Wood Street, was shot in the leg by Chicago police on Sunday, June 28, 2009. He has been charged with assaulting a police officer and unlawful use of a weapon, police said today. Jones also was charged with one count of theft because the gun he allegedly aimed at pursuing police officers was stolen, Kubiak said.

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December 26, 2009Update!

During the second week of October 2009, Administrative Law Judge William Andrew Messer upheld the firing of Dallas police officer Anthony Williams who had been repeatedly investigated for allegedly making improper advances, some of them while on duty. Here's a quick summation of his background:

In 1992, a woman told police that Williams (pictured left) fondled her while her 6-year-old child watched. In 1995, a high school student told police she'd been sleeping with him since she was 16. In 1996, investigators concluded he'd had sex with a woman while on duty. He was fired, but later reinstated after appealing the decision. Other complaints followed. In the most recent case, Felisha Taylor told investigators that she met Williams on a 911 call, that they had sex while he was on duty. Williams admitted having sex with the woman. Again, he denied having sex while on duty. He also got into an on-duty confrontation with her in the parking lot of her apartment complex in June 2008. During that exchange, Williams received a call to check on a residential burglary alarm. He never answered the call, records show.

February 22, 2009

Senior Cpl. Anthony Williams, a 20-year Dallas police veteran was fired for failing to respond to an emergency call but it is not the first time he has been fired or accused of wrongdoing, and some wonder if he will be reinstated again. Williams declined to comment. His attorney Phil Burleson Jr. said Williams is innocent of the allegation that led to his recent firing. He said the firing was "not justified."

Here's a list of the sexual misconduct complaints during Williams' career:

•»A woman in 1992 said that after Williams went to her home on a harassment call, he fondled her as her 6-year-old son watched. She said he flattered her, and they began a brief sexual relationship.
•»A woman said Williams began a sexual relationship with her 16-year-old granddaughter in 1994 after the teen called to report an attempted molestation.
•»A woman in 1996 said Williams had sex with her in a motel after he gave her a ride from a store. She said she left the area later because she was afraid he would arrest her for prostitution.

•»In all cases, Williams denied doing anything inappropriate or having sex on duty. In the 1992 case, the woman eventually stopped cooperating, and the probe ended with a finding of "unfounded." In the teen's case, Williams denied having sex until she turned 17. Authorities sought to charge him with criminal sexual assault, believing the relationship began when she was 16. But a grand jury declined to indict him, and a police internal investigation ended with an "inconclusive" finding.

•»In the 1996 case, then-Police Chief Ben Click fired Williams in 1997. But a civil service trial board reinstated him five months later.

•»On June 19, 2008, Williams was on duty when he went to her apartment complex because he believed she slashed his tires, and the loud argument witnessed by a neighbor lasted for an hour and a half. During that exchange, Williams received a call to check on a residential burglary alarm but never answered the call, records show. Investigators could not prove sexual misconduct allegations but found that he violated policy when he failed to answer the burglary alarm call, didn't devote full attention to his job and became involved in an on-duty disturbance. He was fired Jan. 29, 2009. Burleson said Williams plans to appeal.

Angel Rameriz


February 22, 2009

A Midland Independent School District police officer has been arrested and charged with two second-degree felonies; one of sexual assault of a child and one of improper student/ teacher relationship, police reported late Wednesday night. C.J. Note: The victim in this case is a 14-year old female.

Angel Ramirez, 30, (pictured left) was placed on administrative leave without pay pending an official investigation, according to a statement from the district issued Wednesday. C.J. Note: Mr. Rameriz has since been fired!

The Midland Police Department has led the investigation with “full and complete” cooperation from MISD police and district administration, officials said. The investigation stemmed from an outcry of a 14-year-old female student.

The incident allegedly occurred between September 2008 and January 2009 at a north Midland residence, police said.

Ramirez was being booked into the Midland County Detention Center at press time. Neither the MPD nor MISD Superintendent Sylvester Perez released the name of the school where Ramirez is employed.

The Chief Knew Too!


November 30, 2011

CLEVELAND (BRADLEY COUNTY) TN -- Recent court testimony indicates that Cleveland, Tenn., Police Chief Wes Snyder knew of allegations of statutory rape and drug abuse against some of his officers in 2008 but did not launch a direct investigation into the claims. The officers later were arrested, fired and pleaded guilty to sex acts with teenage girls. Testifying Nov. 17 in an employment lawsuit filed by former Cleveland detective Duff Brumley, Cleveland Assistant Police Chief Gary Hicks described a hostile work climate and said Snyder showed animosity toward Brumley leading up to the officer's 2010 firing.

While testifying about events in the department connected to Snyder, Hicks said that, before May 2008, the department had received complaints that some of its officers were having sex with teenage girls and providing them alcohol. The complaints also said the officers illegally were abusing prescription medications such as hydrocodone, Hicks testified.

Cleveland Police Chief Wes Snyder (pictured left in mugshot) called a press conference Wednesday afternoon to say that a Press article about him "was grossly inaccurate." The headline on the Tuesday article said: "Cleveland Police Chief Wes Snyder knew about claims of statutory rape against officers." The article referred to testimony given Nov. 17 by Cleveland Assistant Police Chief Gary Hicks in an employment lawsuit filed by former Cleveland detective Duff Brumley.

Chief Snyder said at the press conference:

"The incident that Mr. (Todd) South so grossly distorted was thoroughly investigated at my request. Mr. South reports that I had knowledge of drug and sexual abuse by members of this department prior to my internal affairs investigation. This is completely false. "At the time of this incident, the District Attorney’s Office, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Cleveland Police Department thoroughly investigated the alleged crimes and policy violations. The results of the investigation were submitted to me. Acting upon those facts, those individuals were dealt with according to the laws of this State and the policies of this City. No one at the administrative level, including myself, had any knowledge or participated in any cover-up as it pertained to Officers Nathan Thomas, Dennis Hughes or Jonathan Hammons. The entire 500-plus page investigation was made available to Mr. South, which he apparently chose to twist and distort for his personal agenda. Todd South’s allegations are inaccurate and totally irresponsible."

The article said in full:

"Recent court testimony indicates that Cleveland, Tenn., Police Chief Wes Snyder knew of allegations of statutory rape and drug abuse against some of his officers in 2008 but did not launch a direct investigation into the claims.

The officers later were arrested, fired and pleaded guilty to sex acts with teenage girls.

Testifying Nov. 17 in an employment lawsuit filed by former Cleveland detective Duff Brumley, Cleveland Assistant Police Chief Gary Hicks described a hostile work climate and said Snyder showed animosity toward Brumley leading up to the officer's 2010 firing.

While testifying about events in the department connected to Snyder, Hicks said that, before May 2008, the department had received complaints that some of its officers were having sex with teenage girls and providing them alcohol. The complaints also said the officers illegally were abusing prescription medications such as hydrocodone, Hicks testified.

Snyder told him to have a meeting with the accused officers and "get their attention," Hicks said.

In May 2008, Hicks said, he called the officers and their supervisors into the department training room and wrote on the board that the conduct had to stop or they would be fired. He said those in the room nodded their heads, but no one spoke of details.

No official investigation into the allegations ever was launched."


Snyder did not respond to questions related to Hick's testimony. Instead, at the request of the Press, he produced internal affairs records from an investigation into a separate incident involving the officers.

Nearly seven months after Hicks' meeting with the officers, off-duty officer Dennis Hughes shot officer Chris Mason in the hand while Mason and Officer John Hammons were at Hughes' home on duty. An investigation into the shooting revealed that officers Nathan Thomas and Hammons were using pills without a prescription. Thomas was suspended.

But the pill investigation revealed other issues. Police charged Hughes and Thomas with having sex with 14- and 16-year-old girls in November 2008 and again on Jan. 4, 2009. In July 2010, Thomas pleaded guilty to drug, forgery and statutory rape charges. The 14-year police veteran was sentenced to six years in prison and is eligible for parole after two years, records show. Hughes pleaded guilty to two counts of statutory rape and received probation, according to the Bradley County Court clerk's office.

City Manager Janice Casteel said she wasn't present at any of the meetings and directed questions to Snyder.

Jonathan Hammons


Update: March 31, 2009

Two former Cleveland police officers were in court Monday, March 30, 2009 one on charges of selling narcotics, prescription fraud and statutory rape and the other officer on perjury charges. According to reports, Nathan Thomas, 38, was arraigned in Bradley County Criminal Court on charges of selling prescription painkillers, prescription fraud and statutory rape charges. 10th Judicial District Attorney General Steve Bebb said a status hearing is now set for May 11, 2009 for Thomas. "At that time he'll have the opportunity to enter a plea or the case will go on to be tried," Bebb said.

Bebb indicated the attorney for former city police officer Jonathan Hammons, 23, filed for a pre-trial diversion in court Monday, March 30, 2009 (pictured left). Hammons was arrested Dec. 17, 2008, for allegedly lying to agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation about a shooting incident when Cleveland police officer Chris Mason was shot in the hand. The incident occurred shortly before midnight Nov. 30, 2008. Mason and Hammons were reportedly at the home of a former police officer, Dennis Hughes, 34, looking at a handgun Hughes had for sale. The gun, which was in Hughes' possession, discharged and Mason sustained a gunshot wound to the hand. The allegations are that Hughes was under the influence of drugs and alcohol at the time of the shooting. Hughes was also arrested and was charged with reckless endangerment, perjury and filing a false report.

Thomas was arrested Jan. 5, 2009 for allegedly selling prescription painkillers he received from Dr. James Wallace Sego and again on Feb. 19, 2009 for allegedly having sexual relations with an underage female. Dr. Sego was also arrested Dec. 18, 2008, and was charged with felony counts of illegally selling prescription painkillers and other drugs. Sego practices internal medicine and pain management. Reports indicated the 10th Judicial Drug Task Force investigated both Thomas and Sego for the past two years before their arrests. According to the indictment, Sego allegedly wrote prescriptions for hydrocodones and oxycodones for Thomas in excess of 7,000 pills in one year's time with no medical basis.

In a December 2008 interview, Drug Task Force Director Mike Hall said, "When a doctor prescribes this many pills to a patient, they become a drug dealer because this facilitates the patient in selling these painkillers. There is no reason why someone should be receiving 7,000 painkillers a year." Christi Lee Ann Cabrera, 30, a former employee of Sego's, was also arrested March 3 and was charged with with multiple counts of forgery, drug fraud and identity theft. According to the indictment, Cabrera stands accused of forging prescriptions for the purposes of obtaining hydrocodone painkillers and for forging the signature of another employee in order to receive prescriptions. The indictment indicated Cabrera committed the crimes from January 2008 to December 2008.

Dennis Hughes


February 19, 2009

CLEVELAND, TN (WCJB) - Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation arrested Two Cleveland (Tenn.) Police Department officers indicted by the Bradley County Grand Jury.

Dennis Hughes (pictured left) was indicted on one count of Statutory Rape, two counts of Statutory Rape by an Authority Figure and three counts of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor. Nathan Thomas was charged with two counts of Statutory Rape by an Authority Figure and two counts of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor.

On January 5th, the District Attorney asked the TBI to investigate accusations surrounding the officers' involvement with a 16-year-old. Hughes was booked into the Bradley County Jail on $100,000. Hughes posted bond.

Nathan Thomas


July 19, 2010



What started out as a simple status hearing in Bradley County Criminal Court Tuesday resulted in a former Cleveland police officer entering a plea of guilty to seven felonies. Fourteen-year Cleveland police officer Nathan Thomas, 39, pleaded guilty to two counts of prescription fraud, possession of Schedule II narcotic (oxycodone) for resale, possession of Schedule III narcotic (hydrocodone) for resale, forgery and two counts of aggravated statutory rape, according to 10th Judicial Assistant District Attorney General Cindy Schemel. Thomas was sentenced to a total of six years in a Tennessee Department of Corrections prison. The former officer will be eligible for release after serving 30 percent of his sentence.

Thomas was first arrested Jan. 5, 2009, on charges he was selling prescription painkillers and anti-anxiety medications after a two-year investigation carried out by the 10th Judicial District Drug Task Force. Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation conducted a search warrant at Thomas’ home and reportedly found several narcotic pain medications, steroids, anti-anxiety medication and handguns.

10th Judicial Drug Task Force Director Mike Hall said the investigation into Thomas’ alleged illegal activities was difficult because it was “against a fellow officer.”

In February 2009, the former officer was indicted by the Bradley County Grand Jury on statutory rape charges. He was alleged to be sexually involved with a 14-year-old girl and a 17-year-old girl. Thomas is now a twice convicted sex offender. He will be required to register as a sex offender for the remainder of his life.

“I really want to commend the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Drug Task Force in their investigations in these cases. They did a great job. We’re glad for the victims who are finally able to put this to rest,” said Schemel.

“Lt. Don Williams and Sgt. Toby Norris worked very hard on this case. They put in hundreds of man hours following up on leads and conducting the investigation. I would like to thank the DA’s Office for their hard work as well. This case was difficult because it was against a fellow officer who had fallen into the trap of prescription drug addiction. Like Mr. Thomas, there are millions of people in all classes of society who get hooked on these powerful drugs. I am very proud of the men and woman in this District who work hard and put their lives on the line everyday for all citizens under their care,” said Hall.

Thomas is currently being held at the Bradley County jail. He will be moved to a TDOC facility as soon as possible.

(pictured left)Thomas was dismissed from the Cleveland police force in January while Hughes resigned a month earlier. Those actions came after an internal investigation into the shooting of another officer in his hand. He was booked on a $50,000 bond which he posted.

Authorities also arrested Thomas in January. He was charged with prescription fraud, possession of narcotics for resale and possession of narcotics.

He's accused of selling prescription medications he got by prescription from a physician.

Oscar David Gilliam


February 12, 2009

ALBANY, GA — A Dougherty County Police officer assigned to the multi-jurisdictional drug unit surrendered to Sheriff’s deputies Wednesday after being charged with the attempted rape of a woman last week, authorities say.

Oscar David Gilliam was released on bond Wednesday after surrendering himself to the Dougherty County Sheriff’s Office with his attorney, Albany Police Department Spokesperson Phyllis Banks said. Gilliam is charged with violation of oath of office, false imprisonment and sexual battery, Dougherty County Police Chief Don Cheek said.

The charges come a week after a 25-year-old woman told Albany Police Officers that Gilliam attempted to rape her at Superior Creek Lodge on North Slappey Boulevard where he works part time as a security guard, Banks said. The woman’s name and other identifiers are being withheld by the APD out of concern for her safety, Banks said.

Cheek said that Gilliam had been placed on administrative leave with pay pending the outcome of the investigation. "It’s our policy in situations like these to place the officers on administrative leave with pay until there is either an indictment or a conviction," Cheek said. "But, however, I have initiated the process for termination."

An employee with the DCP since 2005, Gilliam was attached to the Albany-Dougherty Drug Unit. "This kind of behavior is something we are just, frankly, not prepared to tolerate," Cheek said. Watch video here!

Matthew Brown


January 29, 2009

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - An Albany Police Officer is in jail charged with inappropriately touching a 16-year old girl in his custody.

G-B-I Agents arrested 25-year old Matthew Brown Wednesday night. He's charged with sexual assault, sexual battery, and violation of oath of office, all felonies. A-P-D fired the 3-year veteran Tuesday

On January 5th Brown was supposed to drive a 16-year old runaway back home to South Albany. She told her family Brown instead touched her.

GBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge Mark Pro said "After the intiation of the report that he did, evidently she stayed in the vehicle , and they went to another location where the incident occured."

Brown is in the Dougherty County Jail without bond.

Michael Spilman


January 12, 2009

Allegations of sexual assault have prompted the resignation and arrest of Murray police officer Michael Spilman. A complaint led West Valley City police to book Spilman for aggravated sexual assault and forcible sexual abuse.

Spilman (pictured left), a 10-year veteran of Murray's police force, is sitting in the Davis County Jail for his own protection. Police fear possible reprisals from Salt Lake County Jail inmates recently arrested by Spilman.

Police say they're releasing very little information about the case to protect the victim.

Ryan Warme


Cop-A-Plea!


April 22, 2010

BUFFALO — Suspended Niagara Falls Police Officer Ryan Warme plead guilty this afternoon to a number of drug, gun and sex crimes charges. The plea comes just days before jury selection was set to begin in the first of two trials that had been scheduled for Warme. He has been on suspension from the Falls police department. Warme was accused of violating the civil rights of three women by sexually assaulting or abusing them, using his position as a police officer to extort sexual favors from a Falls prostitute, conspiring to distribute both powdered and crack cocaine, committing federal firearms offenses and failing to arrest a known felon who was in possession of a weapon.

U.S. District Court Judge Richard Arcara had ordered two trials for Warme (pictured left) one of the gun and drug charges and one on the sex crimes. Warme said he would testify in his own defense on the sex crimes, but not take the stand on the guy and drug counts. The deal reportedly came together last week and will result in a prison sentence of 10 to 11 years, with a reduction for the time he has already been jailed. Warme was arrested in December 2008 and has remained behind bars after a federal magistrate ruled he was a threat to the community.

The investigation of Warme began following citizen complaints made to Narcotics Division detectives. Federal authorities joined the probe when it became clear that Warme’s activities might be violations of U.S. civil rights laws. He was accused of attacking two women, raping one and forcing the other to commit an act of oral sex. Investigators said he also fondled a woman at a traffic stop. All of the sex crimes occurred while Warme was in uniform and on duty. Warme also was accused of buying substantial quantities of cocaine from two Niagara Falls cocaine dealers and warning those dealers of police activity that targeted them.

December 11, 2009

BUFFALO — A U.S. District Court judge is weighing whether to give suspended Falls Police Officer Ryan Warme one trial or two on charges he engaged in multiple crimes involving sex, guns and drugs while he was both on and off duty. In a spirited one hour of argument in U.S. District Court in Buffalo on Thursday, Chief District Court Judge Richard Arcara also wonder aloud whether prosecutors could meet the legal requirements of one of the charges against Warme.

Warme's defense team is seeking one trial on his so-called sex crimes and a second trial on the gun and drug charges he faces. He is accused of violating the civil rights of three women by either sexually assaulting or abusing them, using his position as a police officer to extort sexual favors from a Falls prostitute, conspiring to distribute both powdered and crack cocaine, committing federal firearms offenses and failing to arrest a known felon who was in possession of a weapon.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Hugh Scott had previously rejected Warme’s request to have several of the charges against him dismissed, but also ruled that his request for two separate trials should be considered by the judge who would handle those trials. Warme's Defense attorney argued the charge involving the prostitute should be dismissed because what occurred is not a crime under the federal Hobbs Act, which relates to obtaining property through extortion. The defense attorney told Arcara an act of oral sex is not “property.” “We argue this is coercion but not extortion,” the defense attorney said.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Anthony Bruce said, “This woman was a prostitute, doing what prostitutes do” and did not “charge” Warme “because he was a police officer and she feared him.” However, Arcara noted the Hobbs Act applies to interstate commerce and asked Bruce, “Where is the interstate (commerce)?”

“Is there proof she was a business that operated outside of New York state,” the judge asked. “I can’t imagine how you’re going to prove interstate (commerce) on this count.” Bruce replied the woman would testify she had clients who came from outside of New York to obtain her services.

Defense counsel also argued Arcara should throw out a public corruption charge against Warme that claims he deprived the citizens of Niagara Falls of his “honest services.” The federal law that creates that crime was the subject of a Supreme Court hearing on Tuesday and the justices are expected to rule on the constitutionality of the law early next year. “The government had a tough time across the board defending this statute and it may well be on life support,” defense counsel told Arcara. “The reach of the statute is overbroad. It appears there is an even money chance the statute will get tossed.” The judge suggested he might hold off on a ruling, pending the Supreme Court action.

On the issue of whether Warme is entitled to two separate trials, Daniels told Arcara his client is facing two cases, not one. Defense counsel said Warme would testify in his own defense on the sex crimes but invoke his Fifth Amendment rights relating to the gun and drug charges. “We ask the court for the right to tell our side,” defense counsel said, “the problem we have is if the sex cases are packaged with the drug charges we have a problem because we choose to exercise our Fifth Amendment rights (to refuse to answer some questions that might come from prosecutors).”

Bruce said there was no reason why Warme could not take the stand in his own defense in a single trial. “He can testify on the sex charges and if defense counsel doesn’t open the door on his examination, I won’t be able to question him on the (drug and gun charges),” Bruce said. “And the court can give an instruction to the jury (to explain Warme’s refusal to testify about those charges).” The prosecutor told Arcara that Warme should only receive one trial because, “Every count in this case, to one extent or another, is dependent on (Warme’s) position as a police officer.” Arcara told the lawyers would consider their arguments and issue a ruling.

December 3, 2008

NIAGARA FALLS, NY - A Niagara Falls police officer is facing shocking allegations of drug trafficking and sexual assault charges. The accused officer was not on duty when arrested by members of his own police department. He surrendered his badge and gun a month prior when placed on administrative leave for departmental infractions.

Terrance Flynn, U.S. Attorney said, "Obviously he's out of control." U.S. Attorney Terry Flynn says Niagara Falls Police Officer - Ryan Warme - will be arraigned Wednesday afternoon in Buffalo Federal Court.

The 27 year old officer stands accused of drug trafficking - sometimes while wearing a uniform - and forcing two women to have sex with him. "A person who would take such risks or use a firearm in uniform and commit such acts it's a disgrace to the police department," said Flynn.

In the 12 page criminal complaint, federal investigators accused Warme of forcing one woman to have oral sex, while "he had one hand on his gun." A second woman claims he raped her last year. With regard to the drug charge, Warme was allegedly purchasing cocaine from drug dealers in Niagara Falls, at one point - "two to five times a week."

Flynn said, "To think that someone sometimes in a law enforcement uniform used their power and position to take advantage of other people or sell drugs, a major problem in Niagara Falls."

News 4's Lorey Schultz asked, "How long has he been out of control?"

"Approximately one to two years. He's 27 years old so he hasn't been on the force that long," said Terry Flynn.

Niagara Falls Police initally opened the case and then brought in federal investigators. Officer Warme is the son of a retired Niagara Falls Police Captain. Investigators believe the accused threw his dad's name around, during the commission of the alleged crimes.

"Obviously at some juncture of his life I wouldn't know but he must have had respect for law enforcement, proud of what other family members did, but the allegations here are that he clearly went the wrong way," said Flynn.

So if convicted on the charges, what is the penalty? "The civil rights charges are the most extreme you can bring under federal law. He could spend the rest of his life in federal prison," said Flynn.



Cops that Sexually Offend


Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part I)
Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part II)
Sexually Offensive Cops! (Part III)
Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part IV)
Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part V)
Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part VI)
Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part VII)
Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part VIII)
Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part IX)
Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part X)
Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part XI)
Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part XII)
Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part XIII)
Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part XIV)






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Forks, Washington Police Officer Erik A. Hanson, 33, was arrested Thursday, April 23, 2009 on investigation of second-degree rape of a child. He posted $5,000 bail on Friday, April 24 and will be formally charged Tuesday, April 28, 2009 in Clallam County Superior Court. The Clallam County Sheriff's Office told the media it investigated the case for three months before arresting Officer Hanson. Sgt. Lyman Moore of the sheriff's department said the investigation revealed e-mail and phone correspondence between Hanson and a 12-year-old Forks girl.


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Sexually Offensive Cops, Part II




Daniel Dana - SDPD!


May 17, 2011

SAN DIEGO, CA - A former San Diego police officer accused of befriending a prostitute, then raping her at Presidio Park while on duty,has pleaded not guilty to four charges, including rape under the color of authority and assault by an officer. Daniel Dana, 26, faces more than 17 years in prison if convicted. He was ordered held on $300,000 bail. Dana, 26, was arrested Wednesday and jailed on suspicion of rape, assault, kidnapping and other felony charges.



The officer, a three-year member of the San Diego Police Department, was taken into custody one day after the city's top cop publicly apologized for a recent rash of misconduct cases within his department and pledged to put a stop to such behavior. The accusations against Dana, which promptly cost him his job, involve alleged acts committed early Wednesday morning against a 34-year-old prostitute he recently had befriended. Department officials declined to say if Dana voluntarily resigned or was fired.

The woman reported that she agreed to meet with Dana (pictured left) about 3 a.m. on his suggestion, sent via text message, according to SDPD officials. They went to Presidio Park, where the officer allegedly forced her to have sex with him by threatening to arrest her if she refused. Afterward, the woman reported what allegedly had happened, and the officer was questioned and arrested.

Dana, who describes himself on the SlideShare website as a married Washington State native and former Marine, was booked on suspicion of multiple rape counts, kidnapping for purposes of rape, assault by a peace officer and oral copulation under threat of authority.

On Tuesday, Chief William Lansdowne and his top command staff held a news conference to address what he called an "unprecedented number" of accusations of impropriety or criminal behavior on the part of SDPD officers over the last three months -- 10 cases total, six of which have resulted in arrests of officers.

"I want to personally apologize to every citizen of the city of San Diego, as this behavior is not expected, nor condoned by me or anyone in the San Diego Police Department," Lansdowne said.

Promising to do everything possible to regain citizens' confidence and "repair the damage done," the chief outlined a seven-step program with a goal of "greatly reducing future incidents" of wrongdoing.

The strategies include increased internal-affairs staffing, more ethics training, an around-the-clock complaint "hot line," a review of the department's discipline manual and use-of-force tactics, psychological "wellness" assessments during officers' annual evaluations and a series of meetings with all employees.

The announcement of the plan came three days after SDPD Officer William Johnson, a 12-year department veteran, was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated in the South Bay.

Johnson was off-duty when he was taken into custody by Chula Vista police about midnight Saturday, following a collision that left another motorist with minor injuries. He is working a desk assignment pending the outcome of the case.

At least eight other San Diego police officers are under investigation or have been charged with crimes ranging from DUI, stalking and sexual battery over the past three months.

SDPD!


May 15, 2011

Police Chief William Lansdowne was on his way to work Wednesday morning when he got a call that one of his officers had just been accused of kidnapping and raping a 34-year-old woman while on duty. The timing of such a serious allegation could not have been worse: The day before, Lansdowne had held a news conference to publicly apologize for a recent spate of misconduct allegations against his officers and to announce a crackdown against rogues in the ranks.

By Wednesday afternoon, when a visibly angry Lansdowne held his second news conference in two days, the officer in the latest case had been charged with committing felonies under color of authority and was no longer with the department. The ex-officer, Daniel Dana, 26, a former Marine and four-year veteran of the San Diego Police Department, pleaded not guilty Friday to charges that he threatened to arrest the woman, a prostitute, unless she had sex with him. The task of repairing the damage to the department's reputation in light of its recent troubles has only just begun, the chief said.

"It's going to take several years to win back the confidence of a large section of the community," said Lansdowne, who was hired in 2003 to lead the 1,800-officer department after serving as chief in the Northern California cities of San Jose and Richmond. In some large cities with much bigger departments, 10 allegations of police misconduct might not cause as much of a stir. But the clustering of these cases over a roughly two-month period has delivered a particularly heavy blow to the state's second-largest city, whose self-image is aligned with its official motto as America's Finest City.

"We recruit from the human race, and things are going to happen from time to time," said Bill Farrar, a San Diego police officer for most of four decades and former president of the police officers' union. "That said, this seems to be a grouping we've never seen before."

Of the 10 incidents — including allegations of drunk driving, spousal abuse, rape, stalking and excessive force — four allegedly occurred while the officers were on duty. Of the allegations involving excessive force, none involves gunfire.

One off-duty officer is accusing of punching a neighborhood teenager after finding him smoking marijuana in a car outside the officer's house. Another allegation is that an on-duty officer was unusually rough in arresting a fan at a soccer match at Qualcomm Stadium — a scuffle captured on a video phone and shown repeatedly on local television.

An officer accused of demanding sex from women after traffic stops has been fired; an officer being investigated by police in El Cajon for an alleged off-duty rape has resigned under pressure. It's unclear whether Daniel Dana quit or was fired.

Lansdowne announced that he is adding officers to the internal affairs unit, establishing a 24-hour hot line and ordering that supervisors receive "early intervention" training on how to spot troublesome officers. Also, he has ordered a review of the department's policy on the use of force. The individual allegations and Lansdowne's back-to-back news conferences have dominated local news. Still, the cases do not appear to have the elements that often lead to long-lasting controversy at big-city police departments. There are no accusations involving racial or ethnic bias; there is no evidence of a cover-up among police officials; the allegations do not seem to point to one particular station house or division.

"The L.A. brutality [cases], New Orleans theft and excessive force [cases], and NYPD corruption scandals are of a very different character and seriousness than the San Diego cases," said an attorney, who served two terms in the San Diego County district attorney's office and is now in private practice, including criminal defense. He said he sees the San Diego allegations as "individual, unrelated acts as opposed to a pattern of similar behavior engaged in and explicitly or tacitly approved by colleagues."

At City Hall, Mayor Jerry Sanders, a former police chief, told reporters that he approved of Lansdowne's handling of the allegations and that his job was not in jeopardy. Before being elected mayor, Sanders was an official with the local United Way and sat on the screening committee that recommended Lansdowne. Under the City Charter, the police chief works for the mayor and can be fired with a simple phone call, although that decision could be overridden by a supermajority on the City Council. Lansdowne said he talked with Sanders at length before announcing his reform actions.

Among the chief's biggest supporters is Council President Tony Young, the council's only African American member, whose racially diverse district has historically been the scene of some of the most controversial police actions, often with racial overtones. The days of routinely high tension between officers and community members are in the past, Young noted, pointing to the outpouring of grief in his district at the shooting death of a white police officer attempting to arrest a drug suspect. "We have one of the finest police departments, if not the finest, in the country," Young said.

Councilwoman Marti Emerald, a former investigative reporter who chairs the council committee that oversees the Police Department, said she might call a hearing to discuss what "stressors" on officers may have contributed to the alleged misconduct. "We need to have an honest talk about what's happening over there," she said.

Andrew Barone


February 19, 2009

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (AP) - Authorities say a Wilton police officer is charged with sexual assault and computer crimes in connection with an incident on Central Connecticut State University's campus. A university spokesman says 22-year-old Andrew Barone of Trumbull surrendered to campus police after being informed they had a warrant for his arrest. He is not a student there.

Barone also was charged with sixth-degree larceny and breach of peace, the spokesman said Wednesday. He was released after posting $150,000 bond and is due for arraignment March 13 in New Britain Superior Court. No other details were immediately available about the incident.

Wilton police say Barone (pictured far left in suit) was hired just over a year ago and is on paid administrative leave while an internal investigation is conducted. Endnote: That's the Wilton Chief of Police pictured with Mr. Barone.

Christopher Miner


January 30, 2010

Christopher E. Miner (pictured left) was acquitted of two felony charges Tuesday. He still faces a separate trial on Feb. 22 to answer a charge of abducting another woman with the intent to defile. In that case, he's accused of taking a picture of a clothed woman tied to a bed, telling her he would post it online unless she spent the night. He's accused of physically trying to force her to stay before allowing her to leave. The good news is that Newport News has been a safer place lately. The bad news is that it might have been safer still, if not for some embarrassing escapades by city police officers.



On Dec. 29, 2008, in York County, Newport News police Lt. Ronald M. Hendrickson (pictured above) was charged with three felonies: abduction, abduction with intent to defile and animate object penetration, along with misdemeanor sexual battery. Sgt. Dennis Ivey of the York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office tells C.J. that Hendrickson was arrested in the early morning hours on December 26, 2008. Ivey says another individual called the Sheriff’s office to report the crime. “It’s difficult for victims to come forward a lot of times. She did cooperate with the investigation, but it is difficult and it’s not uncommon for a victim to report third party. That’s something that’s not uncommon at all,” says Ivey. Deputies began to investigate and after interviewing the alleged victim and Hendrickson, IVEY SAYS DETECTIVES DETERMINED A CRIME OCCURRED. “Several of the charges are sexual in nature. There’s two abduction charges, one sexual battery charge, and a sexual object penetration charge,” says Ivey. The alleged victim is an 18-year-old, who according to Ivey, was not physically hurt. He pleads guilty and the majority of 15-year sentence is suspended. Hendrickson has been ordered to register as a sex offender.


Local police officers arrested in 2009



JANUARY

Norfolk
Norfolk Officer Nicholas Parks uses taser on Hoola Hoop Lady, Pamela Brown. Brown suffers from a brain injury and pins in her shoulder made it painful to apply handcuffs. She was tased for resisting arrest. Brown is awarded $65,000 from the City of Norfolk as part of a legal settlement. Officer Parks remains on the force with Norfolk Police. He has undergone additional training for use of a taser.

Newport News
NN Officer Christopher Miner arrested for 'Abduction for Immoral Purposes." He was accused of attacking a woman in her home and tying her up with leather and chains to a headboard. In February Miner is charged with raping another woman, his second sexual assault charge in a month.

Virginia State Police
State Police Captain Edward Hope Jr. is charged with Forcible Sodomy after his arrest in Chesterfield County. He resigns from the force before charges are filed.

FEBRUARY

Edenton, NC
Edenton Police Officer Derrick Knox charged with using his service weapon to assault a resident.

Newport News
47-year-old Police Lieutenant Ronald Hendrickson charged with several felonies including abduction, sexual battery and object penetration on an 18-year-old victim. He pleads guilty and the majority of 15-year sentence is suspended. Hendrickson has been ordered to register as a sex offender.

MARCH

Newport News
Detective Thomas Crouch arrested for embezzling money from the department.

Newport News
Sargeant Bernadette Schraudt arrested for attacking her police officer husband with car keys.

Chowan County
Former Law Officer of the year, Deputy William Whitehurst arrested and charged with nine counts of sexual conduct with a minor.

Newport News
Officer Mark Phillips arrested for not paying property taxes on one of his cars.

JUNE

Virginia Beach
Officer Bryan Womble charged with DUI after hitting a car at two in the morning. Womble had previously won a MADD award for outstanding DUI Enforcement. Womble has been convicted and is off the force.

Portsmouth
Officer Paul Ewing Pleads guilty to child pornography, admitting he had a sexual contact with a 15-year-old girl. He is sentenced to 15-years in Prison.

Portsmouth
Portsmouth Police Shoot and Kill two unarmed men during a drug bust. The families of Demetrius Edens and Darren Wilson have held multiple protests. The officers are eventually cleared. The Commonwealth Attorney rules the officers acted in self-defense.

AUGUST

Newport News
Officer Johnnie Hicks arrested for assault

DECEMBER

Virginia Beach
Officer Stephane Prevot arrested for DUI after hitting a mailbox.


February 12, 2009

NEWPORT NEWS, VA - A police officer arrested in January in the abduction of a 27-year-old woman has been charged with the December rape of another woman. Christopher Miner, 37, was arrested Thursday evening and charged with one count of rape, abduction with the intent to defile and forcible sodomy.

Miner was placed in the custody of the Newport News City Jail without bond. The charges come after special victims unit detectives investigated a Dec. 6 incident at Miner's residence. The victim is a 37-year-old female acquaintance of Miner who lives in Newport News, police spokesman Lou Thurston said.

In January, the officer was arrested after being accused of tying a woman to a bed with leather and chain restraints, taking her picture and threatening to post the image online if she refused to spend the night with him, police said. In that case he was charged with abduction.

Joe Ernest Phillips


February 10, 2009

WASHINGTON - A former Velda City, Mo., auxiliary reserve police officer pleaded guilty today to violating the federal civil rights of a woman he sexually assaulted during a traffic stop and to concealing evidence of his crime from federal investigators, announced Acting Assistant Attorney General Loretta King of the Civil Rights Division and U.S. Attorney Catherine L. Hanaway for the Eastern District of Missouri.

According to facts presented in court, on or about July 9, 2006, Joe Ernest Phillips, 38, then an auxiliary reserve police officer for the Velda City Police Department sexually assaulted a woman while acting under color of law and deprived her of her civil rights. While on-duty in a marked patrol car, Phillips admitted he pulled the female motorist over and searched her purse and the interior and trunk of her car. After completing his search, Phillips instructed the victim to follow him in her car to a poorly lit and isolated parking lot where he sexually assaulted her. Phillips also admitted that after the sexual assault, he repeatedly lied to the FBI during its inquiry, and concealed evidence in an effort to thwart the federal investigation into his crime.

Wilfredo Rosario


Got 5 on it!


August 6, 2010



Ex-NYPD cop Wilfredo Rosario ( Wilfredo Rosario (above-left) was convicted in January of official misconduct for offering to rip up a summons in exchange for oral sex from a teenager.) was sentenced to five years in prison Thursday for a string of on-the-job sex abuse cases. Still, he had the nerve to insist: "I never once tarnished my shield."

"The truth will come out," he told Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Daniel FitzGerald.

"Mr. Rosario, the truth did come out," FitzGerald shot back. "You've stained the reputation of every decent, hardworking police officer on the force.

"You've made every officer's job that much more difficult by driving a wedge of mistrust between him and every citizen he needs to deal with."

Rosario, 41, was convicted in January of official misconduct for offering to rip up a summons in exchange for oral sex from a teenager. A second jury convicted him in June of sexually abusing two immigrant moms he lured with promises of jobs and a child-care program in 2004 and 2005.

January 13, 2010Update!

A Manhattan woman testified Tuesday about an indecent proposal from a cop: If she would perform oral sex, he'd tear up the summons he just wrote her. Vanessa Cohen, 26, said it happened almost eight years ago when she and a male friend got tickets from Officer Wilfredo Rosario, 41, for being in Riverside Park late. He asked her personal questions, including whether she was a virgin, before offering her a deal, she testified in Manhattan Supreme Court.

"I was really scared," Cohen said. She said she agreed to meet the cop the next day, then never saw him again. A complaint she filed was not followed up, but resurfaced in 2008 after a woman accused Rosario of sexual abuse. The 12-year veteran is on trial for official misconduct and attempt to commit coercion, which could land him in jail for a year. He also faces much more serious charges for a 2003 rape and two sex-abuse incidents from 2004 and 2008.

C.J. Note: We note the "victim" (Vanessa Cohen) is a Jew. Jews are inherently untrustworthy, deceitful, dishonest and incapable of demonstrating humanity towards others.

January 22, 2009

A Manhattan police officer has been suspended after being arrested Thursday on rape charges. Prosecutors said Wilfredo Rosario, 40, ple[d] not guilty to charges stemming from a 2003 incident in which he entered a woman's apartment after she called his precinct for information about an after-school program for her daughter.

Police said he allegedly raped her and in 2008, stalked her and molested her. Last year, Rosario was indicted for similar charges in alleged assaults on three other women. He has been suspended from the police force. Rosario is suspended from duty at the 26th Precinct in Harlem.

The latest indictment asserts that in early 2003, Officer Rosario appeared unannounced, in uniform, at a woman’s apartment after she sought information about an after-school program for her young daughter. “He entered the victim’s apartment, fondled her, then forcibly raped her,” prosecutors said.

On two other occasions in 2008, prosecutors said, Officer Rosario stalked the victim at locations near her apartment. In January, he forced her into a marked police car and drove her to Riverside Park, where he led her out of the vehicle and molested her. In March, he cornered her in a nearby Dunkin’ Donuts, drove her to his personal vehicle to Riverside Drive, and forced her to touch him and tried to force her to perform oral sex.

Mr. Rosario (pictured left) has been charged with raping a fourth victim. Wilfredo Rosario was arrested [on January 22, 2009] and arraigned in state Supreme Court in Manhattan on charges including felony rape and sexual abuse. He pleaded not guilty, and his lawyer, Glenn Morak, says he will fight the charges vigorously.

Prosecutors say all of the women had asked about after-school programs for their children. Rosario is being held on $150,000 bail. Investigators think there may be other victims, and the Manhattan District Attorney's Office is asking anyone with information to contact them at (212) 335-898.

Anthony Smith


August 23, 2008

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - The SWAT team arrested a metro police officer for allegedly raping a woman while on duty. Investigators said it happened on the east side August 16, 2008. Officer Anthony Smith is facing seven felonies including rape and sexual misconduct. The Marion County prosecutor said Smith is the tenth metro police officer to be charged in the past four months.

Investigators said former police officer Anthony Smith (pictured left) first made contact with the victim at a gas station on 21st and Emerson. Smith told the victim she had pretty teeth. The victim left and drove toward I-70. That’s when police said Smith pulled her over for an outstanding warrant. According to the probable cause affidavit, Smith told the victim he could lock her up, but wouldn’t if she rode with him on a few runs.

“This officer used his authority, his position to satisfy his own selfish desires rather than protect someone who needed protection,” said Chief Michael Spears of the Indianapolis Metro Police Department. Investigators said Smith eventually took the victim to his “spot” in an east side industrial park where he allegedly raped her. “I’m sickened by his conduct. Literally sickened,” said Chief Spears.

Police said they didn’t find the used condom at Smith’s spot, but they did find unused condoms in his trunk. Police are also trying to figure out if Smith has brought other victims to his spot in the past. “We will continue to look at other traffic stops he’s made in the past,” said Chief Spears.

Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi said, “The alleged conduct is egregious and Officer Smith is not above the law.” The prosecutor said Smith admitted to having sex with the victim in his police car, but claims it was consensual. The chief dismissed him from the force on Monday.

In wake of the recent arrests within the metro police department, the prosecutor’s office has set up the Justice Integrity Hotline at (317) 327-5437. The prosecutor said it’ll allow people to report misconduct without going to the police.

Cassie Watson


August 4, 2008

A Hanahan police officer is charged with forcible rape.

It happened Sunday in North Charleston. Police responded to Moss Tree Road in reference to a sexual assault that had occurred. The victim told police she had been sexually assaulted at gunpoint by Hanahan Police Officer Cassie Watson around 6:00 p.m. The victim was transported to the Medical University of South Carolina Women's Wellness Center where a medical exam was performed.

The North Charleston Police Department charged Cassie Watson with 1st degree criminal sexual conduct, kidnapping, possession of a weapon during commission of a crime.

Watson (pictured left) was in bond court Monday, and received $325,000 bond. Judge Linda Lombard also added conditions to Watson's bond. He is not to have contact with the victim or the victim's family and he is barred from within one block of victims residence, work and school.

Watson's career with the Hanahan Police Department started in January 2006, according to their website. Watson was formerly in the United States Air Force and a correctional officer.

Jason Anthony Bill


July 15, 2008

A Cobb County sheriff’s deputy has been arrested and accused of rape, officials said Tuesday. The deputy was fired after the sheriff learned of his arrest.
Officers in Cobb County were eager to track down the man who took a woman at gun point from a bar and then handcuffed and raped her. It allegedly turned out, however, to be another officer: 37-year-old Jason Anthony Bill.

According to investigators, 37-year-old Jason Anthony Bill (pictured left) of Marietta took a woman against her will from the Corona Bar and Grill on Pat Mell Road Monday night. Bill handcuffed and tied up the woman, police said. He then took her to an apartment on South Cobb Drive and sexually assaulted her at gunpoint, according to investigators.

Mr. Bill has been charged with rape, aggravated sodomy, aggravated assault, kidnapping, false imprisonment and battery. As one might imagine, the sheriff has terminated Jason Bill’s employment with the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office. In such cases, incarceration can be a very high risk for a former police officer. Most steps will take steps to put the individual in special units or to conceal his former profession from other inmates.

Jeffrey Sandwell


February 19, 2007

A Los Angeles police officer [was] arrested by Chino police on suspicion of raping a 17-year-old girl, authorities said. Jeffrey Sandwell, 37, an eight-year veteran of the LAPD, was pulled over in his own car and arrested while returning home from work about 7 p.m. Friday, according to a Chino police spokesman. Lt. Al Cheatham said police had been investigating the allegations along with the LAPD’s Internal Affairs Division ever since the girl, described as a family acquaintance, reported the incident about two weeks ago.

Sandwell (pictured left) and the teenager live in Chino, where the girl told police the attack took place, Cheatham said. “We’re investigating the possibility of more than one incident involving the same girl,” he said.

Chino Police Detectives and LAPD's Internal Affairs monitored Sandwell shortly after the victim filed Rape charges. Sandwell was arrested a few weeks after the report, when Chino Detective's followed Sandwell's car. It was alleged that Sandwell was following the Victim in attempt to talk to her about her allegedly being pregnant. According to my sources the victim was asked to call Sandwell in a sting operation to determine if the sex between the two actually occured.

Sandwell, who was being held on $1-million bail at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, is expected to be arraigned Tuesday. An LAPD spokesman said a statement would be issued on the arrest this week. It was not disclosed where Sandwell is assigned. Sandwell was released from jail because the District Attorney wouldn't file against the police officer. In rare cases do the District Attorney's file on police Officers. Although they are not above the law, the incompetent D.A's do not want to be hated by these guys.

This case is an ongoing investigation because several women are coming forward and alleging that Sandwell also assaulted them. The District Attorney has yet to file charges on the officer.

Sandwell Update: January 2009 Jeffrey Sandwell went to the Chino Police Department alleging that the victim is now Stalking him. Sandwell also filed a claim for damages against Chino Police Department, alleging Police Corruption and other causes of Action.



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