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Friday, August 28, 2009

Schoolyard Predators! - Part I




August 28, 2009 - A Modesto Junior College instructor and former Modesto Police officer has been arrested for molesting two teenage girl's, who are friends of his daughter, according to the Modesto Police department. Officers arrested 41-year-old Francisco "Frank" Drumond at Modesto Junior College early this morning after a week-long investigation. Police say they first were called about the alleged molestation on Aug. 22, 2009. Full Story below @ Corrupt Justice!

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Fox in the Henhouse!




updated 2:51 PM EST, Wed September 28, 2011

Miami, Fla. (WCJB) -- The head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement for South Florida has been arrested on child pornography charges, the Department of Justice said Wednesday. Anthony Mangione, 50, of Parkland, Florida, was charged in a three-count indictment unsealed Wednesday with transportation of child pornography, receipt of child pornography and possession of child pornography, authorities said in a statement.

"According to the indictment, between March 2010 and September 2010, Mangione (pictured left) allegedly transported and received visual depictions of minors engaging in sexually explicit conduct," the statement said. "The indictment also alleges that Mangione possessed electronically stored messages that contained additional images of child pornography during the same time period." Mangione was arrested Tuesday by FBI agents and made an initial appearance Wednesday in federal court in West Palm Beach, Florida.
During the appearance, Mangione pleaded not guilty to the charges, according to media sources. Both the prosecution and the defense requested that he undergo a psychological evaluation, and the judge approved that request.

"The government has concerns that given the magnitude of the charges, that he might melt down," his defense attorney media sources. "So there is ... real concern, and it's going to be addressed." Attempts to contact the attorney on Wednesday were not immediately successful. Mangione, a 27-year law enforcement veteran, wore a gray jumpsuit with "federal prisoner" on the back in court Wednesday, and his hands and feet were shackled, media sources reported. He made no statement during the hearing. He was being held in the Broward County jail, according to jail records. A law enforcement official who asked not to be identified because he was not authorized to speak to the media said Mangione has been on leave from his job at ICE. Media sources reported that he was placed on paid administrative leave in April amid a federal investigation into four images on his home computer he allegedly received via e-mail.

According to its website, ICE targets and investigates child pornographers, child sex tourists and facilitators and human smugglers and traffickers of minors, among others. The agency developed Operation Predator, which it describes as "an initiative to identify, investigate and arrest child predators and sexual offenders." If convicted, Mangione faces up to 20 years in prison, the Department of Justice said. He also faces a term of supervised release from five years to life following his prison sentence and he will be required to register as a sex offender.

"On the arrest of our former (special agent in charge) in Miami, we have cooperated fully in that investigation," ICE Director John Morton said Wednesday morning when asked about the case during a news conference on another matter. "We'll see how things unfold today, and beyond that, we don't have any comment." The case is being investigated by the Broward County Sheriff's Office and the FBI, the Department of Justice said. Broward County referred questions to federal authorities, and the FBI referred them to the Department of Justice.

Felecia Killings


September 14, 2011



A former Rodriguez High School teacher, Felicia Killings, 28 (pictured left) accused of having sex with a student told police that she was manipulated into a months-long relationship so he wouldn't expose racy text messages that she sent him, a Vallejo police detective testified Tuesday. The teacher told police she submitted to the "blackmail" by the 16-year-old alleged victim so she wouldn't lose her job, the detective said at her preliminary hearing. Her attorney moved to reduce the charges to misdemeanors, but Superior Court Judge John Allen rejected his plea, agreeing with Deputy District Attorney Andrew Ganz that Killings was in an "inherent position of power" when she committed the alleged crimes.

Judge John Allen ruled Tuesday that the Vallejo woman should stand trial on felony rape charges. Killings faces six felony counts of having unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor. The sexual relationship allegedly occurred over seven months while Killings was teaching English at the Fairfield public school. The teen's alleged sexual relationship began when he was 16 in March 2010 and lasted until he was 17 in October. After school officials learned of the inappropriate relationship, Killings was placed on administrative leave. She has since quit.

Killings was arrested at the school on Nov. 9, 2010. Confronted by police, Killings made a full confession, Vallejo detective Matthew Meredith testified. But she also told police she began sleeping with the student at her Vallejo apartment only because he had threatened to tell school authorities they'd been flirting with each other.

She further told police the student demanded money, sexy photos of her as well as A's in her class when he should have gotten F's for not doing any work. Killings said the student, "a star basketball player," according to her attorney, told her he'd "ruin her career" by going public with flirtatious text messages she'd sent him if she didn't do what he wanted. Killings also told police the student demanded money -- about $450 in checks -- in exchange for his silence.

When police interviewed the teen last November, however, he denied the teacher's extortion allegations. Instead, he said their relationship had been consensual, and that she'd given him $100 in cash as a gift, Meredith said. The detective added that the teen admitted that he had received A's in Killings' class when he should have gotten F's for poor work.

In arguing for a lighter charge against his client, her attorney told Judge Allen that the student athlete was much larger than Killings, although he added that there was no indication that the teen physically threatened Killings to get her to sleep with him.

Prosecutor Ganz countered that the teacher, although smaller in stature, was in a position of power when she committed the crimes. He said the student is not suspected of doing anything wrong. Ganz also said in court he does not intend to seek a state prison sentence for Killings. The crimes could carry more than six years in prison.

The alleged victim was not at the hearing. Killings, who has posted bail, did not testify during the hearing. She declined comment afterward through Maas. Killings is due back in court Sept. 26.

November 10, 2010

VALLEJO, CA -- A Solano County high school teacher was arrested Tuesday night on suspicion of having sex with one of her students in her Vallejo home, law enforcement officials said. Felecia Killings, 27, a Rodriguez High School English teacher, was released on bail from the Solano County Jail after being arrested on suspicion of the statutory rape of a 16-year-old male student. The student is 17 now, police say. Police investigators are working to determine whether there may be other victims, officials said.

Killings, on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation, has been teaching at Rodriguez High for five years, Fairfield Suisun Unified School District spokesman Ron Hawkins said.

"Yesterday, it was brought to the administration's attention that there was a female high school teacher who possibly was engaged in an inappropriate relationship with a student," Hawkins said. "We contacted the Fairfield Police Department, and based on their initial investigation, they contacted the Vallejo Police Department and they arrested her at Rodriguez sometime between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m."

Hawkins said this is the first such situation he's aware of in the district since he started there in 2006.

"We want to assure the community that we take student safety very seriously," he said. "We're continuing to cooperate with the Fairfield and Vallejo police departments and will vigorously investigate all allegations of inappropriate relationships between students and staff.

Lafayette Predator!


Michael Merrick!


Posted: 08/12/2011 01:06:25 PM PDT
Updated: 08/15/2011 08:40:13 AM PDT


MARTINEZ, CA -- A popular Lafayette middle school teacher accused of molesting a 14-year-old girl carefully led her into it and also acted inappropriately with another student, a prosecutor said Friday. Michael Merrick was in a position of power and trust when he groomed the victim for sexual abuse before becoming her paid tutor, said deputy district attorney Johanna Schonfield. Each session, Merrick would go further in what he did to the girl, she said. "It's clear that the inappropriate touching started at that first session and continued until he was arrested (in October)," Schonfield said.

Merrick's attorney described him as a well-respected person whose actions were "on the low end of the spectrum" and were part of a "very teenage sort of romance that is mutual." Merrick, 48, wiped away tears as she spoke.

Judge Nancy Davis Stark ordered Merrick to stand trial on 25 felony sex crime charges. "In my mind, this is a person who needs to be stopped right away," she said. Evidence showed that the Lafayette resident constantly texted the girl -- once 140 times in a single day. One text included a photo of his genitals, the judge said. "This is a person who probably should never teach children again," she said.

Merrick's attorney had a different view. "It appears to be a serious lapse of judgment with someone who was participating consensually," the attorney argued. She argued that there is no evidence to support the prosecutor's argument that another girl reported that Merrick massaged her thigh and back when he tutored her. "There is not a suggestion of any other child out there that has been mistreated by Mr. Merrick," his attorney said.

Schonfield said the defense was blaming the victim and disregarding the evidence. She had amended the criminal compliant in June from 17 to 26 counts, one of which is a misdemeanor.

In January, Schonfield persuaded another judge to close public portions of Merrick's upcoming trial, including the teen's testimony, because the girl suffered "negative repercussions" from an online news report that compromised her anonymity.

Stark said she found the girl to be very credible and noted that evidence shows she agonized about reporting Merrick to police because of his popularity and the effect of an on his wife and children. "She's going through all this guilt, when the person who should have felt guilt was Mr. Merrick," Stark said.

November 4, 2010



MARTINEZ, CA -- A Lafayette middle schoolteacher today pleaded not guilty to charges that he molested a 14-year-old girl during private tutoring sessions this past summer. Michael Merrick, 47, of Lafayette, has been jailed on $3.05 million bail since he was charged last week with 17 felony sex crimes and one misdemeanor. His attorney said Merrick will offer a property bond for his release. Merrick's attorney also said he will reserve comment on the case until he fully reviews discovery provided by the prosecution.



Merrick (pictured above, center) a wood shop teacher and coach, was placed on administrative leave from Stanley Middle School last week after a student told police that Merrick had sexually abused her in July and August. Police said Merrick sent the girl as many as 140 text messages a day, many of them of a sexual nature.

Investigators said a molestation was reported to the Lafayette Police Department on Oct. 25, 2010. Police interviewed the alleged victim, a 14-year-old who reported being molested at least three times during tutoring sessions and receiving up to 140 text messages from Merrick every day. Many of these messages were sexual in nature, police said. Detectives arrested Merrick on Wednesday. Charges against him include lewd and lascivious act with a child; exhibition of lewd material to a minor; contact or communication with a minor to commit an offense; unnatural sexual interest in a child; arrange meeting with intent [to commit a sex offense]; and distributing harmful material to a minor.

As stated above, Merrick is still being held at the Martinez Detention Facility with his bail is set at $3,050,000. Police are investigating whether additional victims are involved. In the meantime, continued expressions of [school & community] support for Merrick continue to stream into an unnamed web site. Merrick is scheduled to return to court Dec. 15, 2010 for setting of a date for his preliminary hearing on the charges.

Soc-It Mom

Sings!


May 7, 2011

Exclusive: "Hummer Mom" talks to On Video!

For the first time, the Livermore woman known as "Hummer Mom" is talking publicly about her crimes.


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Sentenced!



Posted: 03/25/2011 03:56:48 PM PDT
Updated: 03/26/2011 12:00:41 PM PDT


(Christine Shreeve Hubbs, pictured left, of Livermore appears in Alameda County Superior Court in Pleasanton, CA.) HAYWARD -- A 42-year-old Livermore woman was sentenced Friday to five years in state prison for having sex with two underage teen boys. A tearful Christine Shreeve Hubbs dabbed her eyes throughout the court proceedings, listening as one of the boys and both boys' mothers told the court what harm she had done to their families. "You made me believe what I felt for you was right," one of the unnamed boys told Hubbs, adding that he now knows lying to his parents was wrong, and that he was taken advantage of by her. Hubbs pleaded no contest last month to four felony counts: one of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor under 16 and three of lewd acts on a child. In exchange for her plea, the Alameda County District Attorney's Office dropped 63 other felony counts she had been charged with and an unrelated misdemeanor case.

Judge Kevin Murphy sentenced her Friday to the five years in state prison, of which she will have to serve at least half. Upon her release, she will have to serve three to 10 years' probation and register as a sex offender.

Livermore police arrested Hubbs in August on suspicion of having sexual relations with the two teenagers. According to court records, one boy's mother reported to police that she had found a nude photo of Hubbs on her son's cell phone.

The boy told police he met with Hubbs multiple times for sex acts and twice went with her to a hotel to have sex. He said he and Hubbs were involved in sexual activity from December 2008 to January 2010. He was 14 and 15 years old at the time.

During that investigation, police learned of a second boy, who said he had a sexual relationship with Hubbs from December 2010 until July. He was 14 at the time.

Investigators say Hubbs communicated with the teens through text messages and at times used her cell phone to send sexual messages and nude photos of herself. She also drove them to various locations for sex.

According to records, the boys said she gave them gifts, mostly gift cards and money.

During the sentencing, Hubbs' attorney Michael Cardoza spoke for her and told the court: "This is a case of real sadness, ..." he said. "She has accepted responsibility, and for whatever it is worth to the family, she is sorry."

Hubbs' husband of 22 years, Tim Hubbs, didn't speak in court but afterward said: "I know that my wife is totally remorseful." He added that he wants her to get the help she needs. "I still love her," Hubbs said.

The five misdemeanor charges that were dropped stemmed from an unrelated incident in June in which Hubbs was accused of driving recklessly while a group of boy passengers shot Airsoft pistols from the window of her Hummer.

Hubbs, a mother of three, has been held at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin since her arrest.

Soc-It Mom

Appears in Court!


November 4, 2010

(Christine Shreeve Hubbs, pictured left, of Livermore appears in Alameda County Superior Court in Pleasanton, CA.)PLEASANTON, CA -- A hearing to set a future court date for a Livermore woman facing more than five dozen charges for allegedly having sex with two teen boys has been put over for two weeks. Wearing a red Santa Rita Jail jumpsuit, Christine Shreeve Hubbs appeared briefly this morning in a Pleasanton courtroom. She will return to court Nov. 19. A date has yet to be set for a preliminary hearing of the evidence against her, after which the judge will decide if there is enough evidence to take her to trial.

Hubbs, 42, has pleaded not guilty to 67 felony counts related to the case, including charges of sexual intercourse with a minor and lewd acts on a child.

Livermore police arrested Hubbs in August after they suspected her of having sexual relations with two teenagers. According to court records, the mother of one of the boys went to police and reported finding a nude photo of Hubbs on her son's cell phone.

The boy told investigators that he and Hubbs were involved in a sexual relationship from December 2008 to January 2010. He said he was 14 when the relationship began. During the investigation, police said they learned of another 14-year-old boy who said he had an eight-month sexual relationship with Hubbs. The boys said Hubbs gave them money and gifts to maintain their relationship.

Hubbs also faces five misdemeanor counts stemming from an unrelated separate June 2010 incident in which she allegedly was driving recklessly while a group of boy passengers shot Airsoft pistols out of her Hummer. She has entered a not guilty plea to those charges as well.

Hubbs, is the married mother of three children, according to her Facebook page. She has been in custody at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin since her arrest. Her bail has been set at $4.3 million.

See: Schoolyard Predators! - Part III

Lisa Lavoie


January 9, 2011



(01.7.2011 | SPRINGFIELD - Lisa Lavoie pictured above, center of Ludlow appears in Hampden Superior Court Friday afternoon on charges of violating her pre-sentencing guidelines by using alcohol. The former Holyoke school teacher has pleaded guilty to charges related to her affair with a middle school student.)

Lisa Lavoie's bail was revoked in Hampden Superior Court and she was ordered to be held in custody until her sentencing hearing planned for Jan. 26, 2011. In a hearing before Judge Constance Sweeney, Lavoie lost her right to bail after it was found she violated the conditions of her release, namely that she remain drug and alcohol free.

Lavoie failed a breathalyzer test given to her Thursday night at her Ludlow residence by Ludlow police. The result of two separate tests, administered 15 minutes apart, had Lavoie blowing a .295 and a .290 on the breath test. The state of Massachusetts recognized intoxication as .08.

"A .295 is extremely high," said assistant district attorney Patrick C. Sabb. He recommended that Lavoie remain in custody until room for her can be found in a secure alcohol-treatment facility. "I don't think it is a good idea for her to remain out without strict supervision," he said. Lavoie's lawyer agreed to the conditions.

LUDLOW – Police arrested former Holyoke teacher Lisa M. Lavoie (pictured left) at her home Thursday night for violating one or more conditions of her release pending sentencing on statutory rape charges pertaining to a teenage student. Ludlow Police Sgt. Daniel Valadas said that a police officer, accompanied by a probation officer, arrested Lavoie at her home on East Street, shortly after 5:30 p.m.

Lavoie, who pleaded guilty last month in Hampden Superior Court to three counts of statutory rape and one count of enticement of a child under 16, was arrested on a warrant issued through court probation, Valadas said. She was freed, after her court appearance last month, in lieu of $25,000 bail. Valadas had no information on the nature of the violation that prompted Lavoie’s arrest.

Coria A. Holland, communications director for the Office of the Commissioner of Probation, confirmed that Lavoie violated the conditions of her release. Holland could not provide the nature of the violation either. She said, however, that Lavoie’s conditions of release include that she obtain mental health counseling, that she have no unsupervised contact with the victim, that she have no unsupervised contact with children under 16 and that she remain drug- and alcohol-free.

Holland said that Lavoie was wearing a GPS monitoring bracelet and that she was not allowed to leave her home except for legal, medical or employment purposes. Lavoie has been ordered to appear in Superior Court to answer to the violation. Holland said.

Sentencing for Lavoie on the statutory rape case, which will be before Judge Cornelius J. Moriarty, has been set for Jan. 26, 2011. Prosecutors have said they will recommend that she serve a three- to five-year state prison term. The boy, who was 15 when he fled the region with his one-time teacher in February 2009, has asked the judge to spare Lavoie time behind bars.

Lavoie's Defense lawyer has said he will ask for a sentence of probation as well as time served, which amounts to 10 days Lavoie spent in jail after her arrest in West Virginia and before she was released on bail.

Derek J. Lofland


December 1, 2010

GREENWOOD, Del. - (WCJB) -- A high school athletic director in Bridgeville, Delaware is facing a number of charges after police say he conducted a sexual relationship with one of his students.



32-year-old Derek J. Lofland (pictured above, center) was arrested Tuesday at his Greenwood, Delaware home. Lofland is a gym teacher and the Athletic Director for Woodbridge Junior-Senior High School.

Investigators say Lofland developed a relationship with a student back in April of 2010. The relationship initially started off as a friendship, but escalated when the teen, now 17, began assisting Lofland in his office within the high school in May of 2010.

The relationship allegedly led to Lofland engaging in inappropriate sexual contact with the teenager while on school grounds as well as at his Greenwood home.

Police say Lofland also texted the victim explicit sexual messages from his cell phone.

Lofland is facing a number of charges, detailed as followed:

3 counts Rape Fourth Degree;
4 counts Sexual Solicitation of a Child Under 18 to Engage in Prohibited Sexual Act; and
16 counts of Unlawful Sexual Contact Second Degree.

He is currently being held at the Sussex Correctional Institute on $86,000 secured bond.


Kevin Farr


November 7, 2010



A former sheriff's deputy was sentenced to three years in prison after he admitted to having sex with a 13-year-old Belmont County girl. Kevin Farr, 43 (pictured above, center) and a father of four, used to be a deputy in the Wabash County, Indiana. Local officials said about a year ago, Farr traveled nearly six hours to meet the teen, who he met online.

Farr previously pleaded guilty to unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. At his sentencing on Monday, he said, "I regret every moment of it and I would do anything to take it all back." He was visibly shaken and bound in shackles as he told the court there is no excuse for his actions in November 2009.

Farr and the girl had an online relationship for nearly two years. Belmont County Sheriff's Department Detective Ryan Allar said, "At first, he claimed that he believed she was 18 years of age. Luckily for us, prior to making the very long trip up there, we were able to uncover a photograph."

The photo was one Farr took of himself and sent to the girl on her 13th birthday. After their sexual encounter, officials said Farr drove the girl to Zanesville, which is nearly 60 miles from her home.

Farr's charge of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor is a second-degree felony that carried a maximum five-year sentence. After Farr serves his three years, he will have to register as a tier 2 sex offender twice a year for 25 years. Farr had pleaded not guilty to the charges 10 months ago, but changed his plea once DNA and other evidence came to light.

Charles Leaf


October 11, 2010

Acclaimed Fox 5 reporter Charles Leaf (pictured left) is accused of molesting a four-year-old girl inside his New Jersey home, authorities revealed Friday. An Award-winning news Fox 5 reporter, Leaf was busted in New Jersey Thursday for aggravated sexual assault on a minor, media sources reported. The 41-year-old newsman was being held on charges that include sexual assault and endangering the welfare of children, according to the Bergen County Sheriff's website. Leaf was being held in Bergen County Jail on $250,000 bail. Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli said Leaf's victim is an "acquaintance" of his, but her exact relationship to him is unclear. The married father of two, known for his aggressive style, Leaf began working for Fox in 2006 and has won two Emmy awards, according to his resume on MYFOXNY.COM.

"Fox 5 is aware of the situation and is looking into the matter," said a spokeswoman for the station. Full Details of his arrest are still not immediately known.

Leaf is also an ex-Marine and rose to the rank of sergeant in his five years of service.

Francisco "Frank"
Drummond


August 28, 2009

MODESTO, CA - Authorities have arrested an ex-police officer for allegedly molesting two teenage girls at his Modesto home. Modesto Police Department Sgt. Brian Findlen said Francisco "Frank" Drummond, 41, was arrested early Friday morning at Modesto Junior College where he's currently employed as an instructor. Drummond had recently resigned as a reserve police officer for the Ripon Police Department. Findlen said he previously worked for the Patterson Police Department and the Modesto Police Department from 1994 to 2000.

Police Instructor Arrested! video


Findlen said the two female victims were friends of Drummond's teenage daughter. The Modesto Police department was investigating Drummond (pictured above) after officers were dispatched to his home in the 900 block of Wellesley Drive on the evening of August 22, 2009. The investigation suggests that the suspect touched each of the girls in a sexual nature while at his home, said Findlen. The investigation continued through the week and ended with Drummond's arrest Friday, August 28, 2009.

Drummond has been booked at the Stanislaus County Jail for felony charges of lewd and lascivious acts with a minor under the age of 14 and with a 14 or 15-year-old minor. His bail was set at $75,000. Findlen said Modesto Police Department detectives have alerted officials at Modesto Junior College and the Ripon Police Department of the circumstances surrounding this case.


Steve Thomas Rooney


August 28, 2009

Steve Thomas Rooney, a former assistant principal employed by Los Angeles Unified School District, pleaded no contest Thursday to molesting three teenage girls and having unlawful sex with a fourth minor. Under the plea deal, Rooney agreed to be sentenced next month to eight years in state prison after being convicted of having sex with a student for a period of two years, beginning when she was 15 years old. Under the same deal he pleaded guilty to molesting a second girl at Foshay Learning Center before being transferred to Markham Middle School in Watts, where he molested two more girls. The girls ranged from 13 to 15 years in age.

Dressed in a black suit with black-rimmed glasses, Rooney (pictured left) clasped his hands as he stood to enter his plea. Asked by the prosecutor if he understood the plea would result in an eight-year prison sentence, Rooney, 40, replied, "Yes, madam." At one point, he told the prosecutor, "It is just that I am a little nervous." Rooney, who was originally charged with more than a dozen felony molestation violations related to the four girls, will have to register as a violent sex offender and serve at least 85% of his eight-year sentence.

L.A. Unified School officials and the Los Angeles Police department knew Rooney was under suspicion of having sex with a student. However, he was transferred to another campus where he found more victims. The case came to highlight serious deficiencies in how the Los Angeles Unified School District handled problem employees. Rooney was arrested last year on suspicion of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old Markham student. It was soon discovered that the LAPD had told district officials in 2007 that Rooney was suspected of having sex with a Foshay student. Police told senior district officials that they had found evidence in Rooney's home of the sexual relationship.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office declined to prosecute Rooney. He was initially assigned to a desk job at a non-school site. Upon learning that the District Attorney’s Office would not prosecute Rooney, district officials transferred him to Markham School. L.A. Unified officials failed to follow district policy, which required an independent investigation of abuse allegations before reassigning him. A dean at Foshay Learning Center who knew of the sexual molestation, but hid evidence relating to Rooney's criminal conduct. The dean was placed on three years' probation after being convicted of failing to turn over evidence related to Rooney's sexual relationship with the 15-year-old student. Another school official, Alan Hubbard, hid a romantic scrapbook prepared by Rooney's first victim. Prosecutors now allege he discouraged the victim from telling police she had had sex with the administrator.


August 26, 2009

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Larry Ray Buck


August 26, 2009

OKLAHOMA CITY -- A Millwood high school and middle school coach has been arrested on complaints of lewd acts with a female student. Larry Ray Buck, 50, (pictured above) Piedmont, was arrested Tuesday on two complaints of lewd acts with a child. The school's Web site lists Buck as a middle school football coach and high school golf coach. The student's father called police after finding suggestive text messages on his daughter's cell phone, according to a police report.

On Monday, the student had a message from Buck that read "Round U. I'm the happiest and now the horniest when I'm around U... I can't quit thinkin bout kissin u and hopin for the chance to do it again," according to the police report. The 15-year-old student told police that Buck started talking to her about personal problems he was having with his wife in April.

"Mr. Buck and the female actually became acquainted when she was a student in his class last year," said Police Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow. "Through the summer months they did stay in contact in part by text messages and phone calls."
The student told police she had several meetings this summer with Buck during which they kissed, according to the report. "Ultimately there was an inappropriate physical relationship between these two," Wardlow said.

The student also told police that last week she invited Buck to come over to her cousin's where she was staying and asked him to come to the bedroom with her. She took off both of their pants and they began to kiss when Buck said he shouldn't be there and left, according to the report. The Millwood school district is located in northeast Oklahoma City.


John Gisler


August 11, 2009

John Gisler, 41, (pictured left) was charged July 6, 2009 in Tulsa County District Court with lewd molestation, forcible sodomy and second-degree rape involving a teenager he mentored through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma. Prosecutors also charged Gisler with possessing numerous images of child pornography on a computer at his home in the 300 block of South 44th West Avenue. In June, a 17-year-old boy told police that Gisler had been molesting him since he was 14.

Gisler has been a science teacher at Whitney Middle School since August 2005.

He previously taught at Clyde Boyd Middle School and Central Junior High in Sand Springs and at Sapulpa Middle School. He also had been a special education paraprofessional, working with middle school students in Jenks Public Schools and with high school students at Edison Preparatory School in Tulsa.

Tulsa Public Schools Superintendent Keith Ballard had recommended July 20 that the school board fire Gisler. The teacher did not attend Monday’s school board meeting, at which he was to have had a due-process hearing.


Kenzi Friday


April 24, 2009

Midland Police arrested a 23-year-old Midland High School teacher Friday on a charge of improper educator/student relationship, Midland ISD and Midland Police Department said. She was released on a $25,000 bond. Kenzi Friday, 23, (pictured above) is accused of having sexual relations with a 17-year-old male student. The incidents took place between the start of the school year through the beginning of April at a north Midland residence, a Midland Police Department news release said. Friday had been with MISD since February 2008 and submitted her resignation to the district, Communications Director Woodrow Bailey said.

Midland Police Lt. Tony Dickie said MPD was contacted by MISD Police Chief David Colburn on April 23, 2009. An MISD news release said preliminary information provided sufficient cause for additional investigation and the teacher’s subsequent arrest. Friday, a 2004 Midland High graduate, taught world geography and was a varsity cheerleading coach, according to the district Web site. She holds a bachelor’s degree from University of the Permian Basin in history and is married.

The charge of improper relationship between educator and student is a second-degree felony. Penalty is not less than two years and not more than 20 years and up to a $10,000 fine, Dickie said. “These are very serious allegations and the entire situation is upsetting to us all. We fully support the investigation and await more information from local law enforcement,” Superintendent Sylvester Perez said in the district news release.

In a separate February 2009 incident, an MISD police officer, Angel Ramirez, was charged with two second-degree felonies — one of sexual assault of a child and one of improper student/teacher relationship.


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Arthur Tessler, Jason R. Smith & Gregg Junnier(Alanta Police Officers lie to obtain search warrant; murder 90-year old woman; and then plant drugs to cover-up murder)
PA State Trooper Kevin Foley, Murderous(Convicted March 18, 2009 of First-Degree Murder. Killed girlfriend's ex-hubby (Dentist)!!)
Homer Police Department(February 20, 2009 Murder of Unarmed Black Man, 73 year old black man by two white police officers in Homer, Louisiana!!)
Taser Deaths by the Police!
New Orleans Police Department(January 1, 2009 Murder of Unarmed Black Man, shot nine (9) times in the back!!)






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Monday, August 24, 2009

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Redding, California - A Siskiyou County sheriff's deputy who pleaded no contest in March 2009 to assaulting his estranged wife with a loaded semi-automatic pistol was sentenced Friday, August 21, 2009 in Shasta County Superior Court to seven years in prison. Keith Alan McIntosh, 47, who had no prior criminal history and sought probation, faced a maximum of 19 years in prison in connection with the Jan. 18, 2009 attack outside a Saffron Way home.

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I.C.E. Cold Busted!

October 20, 2011

Arizona -- A deportation officer with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement led Arizona state police and federal agents on a high-speed desert chase in his government vehicle, throwing bundles of marijuana out of the window as he fled, the Department of Public Safety said Wednesday. The deportation officer, identified as Jason Alistair Lowery (pictured above, center) 34, had been under surveillance for more than month after a known smuggler who had been arrested gave authorities a tip about the officer in an effort to get lenient treatment, Department of Public Safety Officer Carrick Cook told media sources. In a criminal complaint filed late Wednesday against Lowery, who also used to be a Border Patrol agent, a Department of Homeland Security investigator wrote that he got further information about Lowery through a confidential informant on Oct. 4, 2011. The informant, whose identity was protected, said that he or she was involved with Lowery and another man in a “rip’’ crew in which Lowery used his status in law enforcement to help steal marijuana from illegal immigrants, wrote Brian Gamberg-Bonilla, a special agent with the DPS’s Office of Investigations. The informant agreed to call Lowery and arrange for him to pick up 500 pounds of pot in the desert on Tuesday, which is how authorities were able to follow him and begin to make their case, Gamberg-Bonilla wrote in the document.

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DPS and federal agents tried to pull Lowery over after he picked up the marijuana with his unmarked ICE pickup truck, Cook said. Lowery then fled, leading agents on a 45-minute chase at speeds of up to 110 mph as he threw 10 of the 14 bundles of pot that he had in the truck out of the window, he said. The chase began in the Vekol Valley about 45 miles south of Phoenix and ended just south of Sacaton, about 20 miles as the crow flies northwest from where the chase began. “He got pretty desperate,’’ Cook said. It ended when Lowery’s truck rolled over and he gave himself up. Lowery, who lives in the Phoenix suburb of Chandler, appeared in federal court in downtown Phoenix on Wednesday but did not address the court. He sat quietly awaiting the hearing and at one point looked up at the ceiling and repeatedly shook his head. Prosecutor John Lopez argued that Lowery should be detained as his court case proceeds, saying that he poses a risk to the community and could flee the state. He also said that Lowery had a non-government-issued gun on him when he was arrested. Federal Magistrate Michelle Burns set a hearing in the matter for Tuesday. Lowery’s court-appointed attorney declined to comment. Lowery’s wife, who identified herself as Trina Lowery, also declined to speak to media sources.

Method Man!

Tue Apr 19, 10:17 am ET

VAN BUREN, Mo. – One county on the edge of the Missouri Ozarks seemed oddly immune to the scourge of methamphetamine ravaging the state, boasting few meth raids or arrests in recent years. Some residents now think they know why, after a meth bust landed the Carter County sheriff himself in jail. Now, a county once seen as an exception has become the latest example of how deeply meth has saturated every corner of rural Missouri life. Other rural law enforcement officers have been linked to drugs over the years, but Adams is one of the first arrested for meth.

Tommy Adams, county sheriff for a little more than two years, was arrested earlier this month after giving meth to an informant at his cabin on a remote and hilly gravel road, according to a court document. He also allegedly snorted the drug himself with a straw. Authorities would not detail the extent of Adam's alleged meth involvement, but charged him with meth distribution. He is being held in Cape Girardeau County jail on $250,000 bond. "I think it's pretty sad," said Vicki Babbs, 46, of Van Buren. "You've got someone who's sheriff riding around high on meth with a gun. It's pretty scary." Adams, 31, worked as a laborer around Ellsinore, his hometown, before getting his law enforcement certification about four years ago, and was soon hired as an Ellsinore city officer, Mayor David Bowman said. "I never had any trouble with him," Bowman said. "He was outgoing, friendly." After just two years of law enforcement experience, Adams, a Republican ran for sheriff in 2008 against favored Democratic incumbent Greg Melton. But just weeks before the November election, Melton died in what was ruled a suicide. It was too late for the Democrats to replace him, and Melton's name remained on the ballot. Adams won by a single vote — 1,424-1,423 — and took over the $37,000-a-year job. County residents hope the case sheds light on the extent of the local meth problem as well as other crimes.



Days after the sheriff's arrest, his chief deputy, 23-year-old Steffanie Kearbey, was charged with burglary and receiving stolen property — a gun taken from the department's evidence room. An attorney for chief deputy Kearbey, said his client had no law enforcement experience before the sheriff paid for her certification training, then hired her for the $20,000-a-year job. He said Adams was the "instigator" of the crimes alleged against Kearbey. She is accused of selling a gun that had been stolen from the sheriff's department's evidence room and taking a duffel bag of coins from a house. "We're hoping that an eventual jury will understand that this young woman was under a lot of pressure from the sheriff," the attorney said. "She was new in law enforcement, and acted under threats of loss of her job or physical threats."

Carter County sits in the Ozark Mountain foothills, surrounded by the Mark Twain National Forest. Thousands of visitors come each year for float trips and to visit Big Spring State Park, just outside of Van Buren, where crystal-clear water bubbles constantly into a meandering stream. Just more than 6,000 residents live here. Good jobs are hard to come by.

No state has been hit harder by the meth epidemic than Missouri, which led the nation in meth lab busts every year for a decade before Tennessee took over the top spot in 2010, dropping Missouri to second. Missouri has reported more than 13,000 meth lab incidents in the past seven years. The highly-addictive drug, made by cooking common chemicals, has caused countless fires and explosions, along with severe health problems among users.

Other southern Missouri counties have had dozens of meth lab busts in recent years. But Carter County had just five since Adams took over as sheriff — two in 2009, three in 2010. "I think meth is out there and maybe he knew what was going on," Carter County Presiding Commissioner John Bailiff said. "I think a lot of people just turn a deaf ear to it, including maybe the sheriff."

Lloyd Parsons, 37, a member of the Van Buren Fire Department, never figured Adams for one of the bad guys. He described Adams, the married father of an infant son, as professional and knowledgeable. "I've worked several accidents with the guy and he knew his stuff, even the medical part," Parsons said. But Richard Stephens, who was a Van Buren officer before being appointed as temporary sheriff until a special election can be held this summer, said he had concerns about Adams. "I had a suspicion that things weren't being handled effectively and professionally," said Stephens, 42. He would not elaborate, citing ongoing state and federal investigations. Adams and his attorney declined several interview requests.

The Missouri Attorney General's office has taken over prosecution of the case. Stephens and county commissioners are trying to ease the minds of residents left angry and disappointed. "They're upset about the breakdown in trust," Stephens said. "We need to be bending over backward to try and regain that trust with the public."

Boilin' Brook!

Published Thu, Apr 14, 2011 10:15 AM Modified Thu, Apr 14, 2011 03:13 PM (PDT)

Two Bolingbrook police officers were arrested April 5 around 11:30 p.m. in Peoria after getting into a fight at a strip club, Peoria police said. The two officers, whose names were not released by the Peoria Police Department, shoved and jumped on top of security personnel at the club, known as Big Al’s, after a member of their group was not allowed in the building for failing to have an ID, said Peoria Police spokesman Doug Burgess. No serious injuries were reported. One Bolingbrook officer was charged with battery, and one was charged with battery and criminal trespass, all misdemeanors. The officers were in Peoria for a law enforcement conference, Burgess said. A police officer from Channahon was also involved and arrested in connection with the dispute, Burgess said. Bolingbrook police Lt. Mike Rompa said the department is “working in conjunction with the Peoria Police Department in regards to this case. The incident remains under an internal investigation within the Bolingbrook Police Department, as this is a personnel issue.”

Hit & Run!

POSTED: 10:59 pm PDT April 12, 2011 UPDATED: 1:45 pm PDT April 13, 2011

SAN DIEGO, CA -- A San Diego police officer is suspected of being in a hit-and-run crash and driving under the influence. Sources told the media SDPD Officer David Hall was off-duty and driving a brown GMC Yukon SUV on the onramp to northbound Interstate 805 just north of Murray Ridge Road on Feb. 22, 2011 at about 7:30 p.m. He then crashed into a gray Chevrolet Suburban but kept driving north onto I-805. Sources also told the media Hall consented to a breathalyzer test outside his Linda Vista home.

Sources told us Hall blew three times the legal limit. As for the hit-and-run allegations, one police source told the media that Hall told investigators he stopped to check on the woman in the Suburban and left only after she told him she was ok. The media went to Hall's Linda Vista home to get his side of the story, but he was not home.

The San Diego Police Department acknowledged Hall is the subject of an internal review and the district attorney's office is reviewing the case. However, the department would not say why Hall was not arrested.

A former police officer who is now a criminal defense attorney, gave this reason. "If in this case the officer suspected of being involved in this was out of the vehicle at his home and no one identified him as being the driver of the motor vehicle, they're left with his car being the suspect vehicle [and] him being a suspect but nobody being able to positively identify him as the driver. That would really complicate a prosecution on this," he said. The attorney said if Hall is found guilty of the hit and run alone, that could cost him his job.

Hall is the fourth San Diego police officer facing legal trouble in recent months. Roel Tungcab was arrested in March on suspicion of domestic violence. Also in March, Anthony Arevalos was arrested and accused of fixing tickets in exchange for sexual favors. In February, Art Perea quit the police force amid a rape investigation.

Search Warrant!

November 22, 2010

On November 18, 2010, the Cook County state's attorney's office this week searched the Maywood Police Department for information about a controversial former officer. Maywood Police Chief Tim Curry said the state's attorney's Public Integrity Unit on Tuesday searched the records of Dwayne Wheeler, who shot and killed a man during a drug investigation in 2007. "They are doing an investigation. I don't know the nature of the investigation," Curry said. The state's attorney's office would not comment. Wheeler, a sergeant, was fired in 2009 for not living within 15 miles of the village's boundaries. The family of Fred Henderson is suing Wheeler after he shot Henderson in 2007 during a drug investigation at 17th Avenue and Harrison in the west suburb. Dan Kiss, the family's attorney, said he expects the case to go to trial early next year.

Hydrocodone!

November 19, 2010

Police think one of their own officers illegally tried to obtain a controlled substance from a pharmacy by using the medical prescription of a dead man, according to search warrants made public today. Investigators have charged Julian St. Clair King, 26, of 106 Bermuda Green, Durham, with two counts of attempting to obtain a controlled substance by fraud, court records show. Investigators say King went to Walgreen’s, 3911 Capital Blvd, on Thursday and Friday and attempted to purchase a prescription Hydrocodone, according to five search warrant applications filed at the Wake County Clerk of Courts Office.


King was one of the Raleigh police officers who responded on Oct. 10 when a 72-year-old man died at home. Raleigh police Sgt. T.S. Jordan stated in the search warrant application that investigators think Oct. 10 is when King (pictured above, center) got his hands on the deceased man’s medication list. A prescription for Hydrocodone was on the man’s medication record at a Kerr Drug and the deceased man’s wife notified the drugstore on Oct. 18 of his death, Jordan stated. Someone, however, transferred the prescription on Nov. 1, via the Internet, from Kerr to Walgreen’s on Capital Boulevard. When the attempt was made to have the prescription filled, a Walgreen’s pharmacist saw that the store’s records indicated the person who legitimately held the prescription had died. He then notified the police.

Jordan reviewed Walgreen’s security video and recognized King as the person who attempted to get the prescription filled and as the officer who investigated the Oct. 10 death. Another Raleigh police commander, Lt. K. Riggsbee, also reviewed the footage and confirmed that the man in the video appeared to be King.

Police obtained a series of search warrants on Saturday to search King’s home and seize a Dell laptop computer, three Apple iPhones and a computer tower as evidence in the investigation, court records show. Also among the items investigators seized was a medication list for the deceased man, police reported. The investigation is ongoing and Raleigh police say department disciplinary actions taken so far in the case are not public record. King turned himself in to Durham police Tuesday and was taken to the Wake County jail on Wednesday, where he was released on an unsecured bond, a jail spokesman said.

Window Dressing!

November 16, 2010

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It was Jazmine Fortenberry's 21st birthday, and her adoring family wanted it to be special. Instead, Jazmine said she ended up handcuffed, hospitalized, and humiliated by a cop with an anti-gay attitude. Her family, including an uncle who is a Newark cop, gave the soft-spoken young chef a dinner party at an upscale restaurant in downtown Elizabeth, but what happened next has changed her life forever. "I was scared, I didn't know what was going on... it happened so fast," she said. Jazmine said she was outside the restaurant when suddenly a cop pushed her face first into the car window. She had cuts and bruises all over her face, could hardly see and was dizzy and bleeding. She said that later at the hospital, after she'd been arrested and was in custody, the same officer returned. An Elizabeth police spokesman told the media that cops went to the parking lot to settle a fight, and that Jazmine was told to leave, refused, and was arrested. Police said the incident is under and internal affairs investigation. Jazmine's attorney wants prosecutors to investigate the possibility of anti-gay bias. And he wants the charges dropped. But healing the emotional wounds may be tougher than navigating the justice system. Jazmine hopes for an apology. Jazmine's attorney said that fight had nothing to do with her or her birthday party, and that she's pleading not guilty to the charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Duty Kills!



October 14, 2010

A Phoenix police officer has been indicted on a second-degree murder charge for the on-duty shooting of a suspect, his lawyer said Thursday. Officer Richard Chrisman was served a summons on the indictment his attorney said. The indictment also charged him with aggravated assault and misdemeanor cruelty to animals. He had been previously charged with aggravated assault but remains free on bail.



Chrisman (pictured above, center) allegedly pulled his pistol, put it against 29-year-old Danny Frank Rodriguez's head and told him he didn't need a warrant when Rodriguez ordered him out of his house on Oct. 5. Over the next few minutes, authorities say, Chrisman shocked Rodriguez with a stun gun, shot his pit bull, then finally fatally shot Rodriguez, according to a court document. Records show another officer told investigators he saw no reason for Chrisman to shoot.

Maricopa County Attorney Rick Romley has called a press conference to discuss the case for late Thursday morning. In announcing the charges, Romley said he's supported and stood by law enforcement officers throughout his career, grieving with them when one is killed or injured. "But we as citizens put our trust and our lives in their hands, and when one violates and abused that trust, we must hold them accountable to the community for that breach," he said. "We must assure the victims and the community that the criminal justice process will be fair, transparent, and objective. And when justice is done, we must heal and move on."

In the past year, officers in the South Mountain precinct where the shooting happened have been accused of excessive force and racial profiling.

Police chief Jack Harris met with community leaders several times since the shooting to assure them the department was vigorously investigating the case. Protesters gathered daily in front of police headquarters. "If it was my neighbor, if it was my relative, I would be upset, angered and outraged as well," Harris said. Harris said Thursday that he had notified Chrisman he would use an expedited process to fire him from his job of nine years. The officer will have a chance to try to persuade Harris not to fire him at a meeting next week.

Chrisman's attorney said his client was justified in shooting Rodriguez and did not put his gun against his head as another officer reportedly said. Chrisman, 36, and officer Sergio Virgillo had been called to a south Phoenix mobile home by Rodriguez's mother, according to a court document. Elvira Fernandez told the officers she had been arguing with her son, that he had damaged property inside the trailer and that she left because she was afraid he would assault her. When the officers entered the home, Rodriguez asked to see a warrant, at which point Chrisman put his pistol against his head and told him he didn't need a warrant, the document said.


A police probable cause statement showed that the two officers then had difficulty controlling Rodriguez, with both firing their stun guns on the suspect to little effect. Virgillo told investigators that after using the stun guns, Chrisman used pepper spray on Rodriguez and shot a dog that was in the living room. Virgillo told investigators the dog was not threatening them and he saw no reason why Chrisman would shoot it. The suspect asked why Chrisman had shot his dog, and Virgillo said he tried to calm Rodriguez down and talk him into coming outside. The police document said Rodriguez told the officers he was leaving with his bicycle, but Virgillo moved to block the door and Chrisman began struggling with Rodriguez over the handlebars. Chrisman then allegedly pulled out his handgun and shot Rodriguez more than once. Rodriguez died at the scene. Chrisman was arrested about five hours after the shooting and was freed on bail the following day. His attorney said he and an expert he hired interviews Chrisman for several hours earlier this week. He said he offered to allow him to testify in front of a grand jury, but he never got a response from Romley. "They didn't want to hear his side of the story," his attorney said. Romley disagreed. "That's for a court proceeding," he said. "Grand juries are not a courtroom where a trial occurs."

Officer Henry Rogowski

August 17, 2010

ORLANDO, FL -- Police in Orlando said a Pittsburgh police officer tried to make off with more than $300 in Harry Potter merchandise from Universal Orlando Resort while vacationing with his family. Officer Henry Rogowski, 49, was charged Sunday after a gift shop worker allegedly saw Rogowski shoplift two Potter-themed photo albums, bookmarks and a keychain. When confronted, police said Rogowski admitted he took those items and others without paying because the registers were busy and he didn't feel like waiting. Police also said the man had a gun on the premises. Rogowski posted $1,000 bail on Monday. Pittsburgh police Chief Nate Harper said Rogowski, a 17-year veteran, will face internal punishment.

Phtosa Dennis

February 10, 2010

MEMPHIS, TN -- A Sheriff’s Office Corrections Deputy was charged today for robbing a Memphis credit union last week. Phtosa (correct spelling pronounced TOE-SAH) Dennis, 42, of Memphis, was arrested last Friday afternoon by officers with the F.B.I. Safe Streets Task Force. The task force is comprised of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.), Shelby County Sheriff’s Office and the Memphis, Bartlett and Germantown Police Departments.

Task force Officers say Dennis (pictured left) walked into the First South Credit Union at 3731 Austin Peay Highway last Tuesday (February 2, 2010) and initially stood in line as a customer. When Dennis stepped up to the counter, she handed the teller a note that demanded money. However, the teller ran from the counter when she saw Dennis had a gun. With no teller at the counter, Dennis grabbed the note and ran out of the business. During the escape, she dropped her gun. She recovered it and then sped away in a gold sedan. Dennis is a Corrections Deputy at the men’s jail at 201 Poplar. She hired on in 1997 and has been relieved of duty with pay while the investigation continues.

Dennis faces charges of bank robbery and carrying a gun during the commission of a violent crime. She is being held at the federal holding facility in Mason, Tennessee. No bond has been set. An employee photo of Phtosa Dennis is being sent with this news release in a separate file.

David Woon Chong

August 25, 2009

A Los Angeles Police Department officer who threatened a restaurant patron with a knife and semiautomatic handgun was sentenced today to state prison, authorities said. David Woon Chong, 39, was sentenced to four years and four months for his role in a March 2008 incident at the restaurant on the Redondo Beach Pier, the Los Angeles County district attorney's office said. Chong threatened a restaurant patron after getting into an argument with two men. Chong kicked some food out of the man's hand, then pulled out a .45-caliber Glock handgun and pointed it at the man's head, the district attorney said. Chong left the restaurant and was pulled over by Redondo Beach police. He allegedly had a 0.11 blood alcohol level at the time of his arrest, according to the district attorney. The district attorney said Chong was sentenced after pleading no contest to one count of making a criminal threat and admitting to the gun use allegation.

Davy Jones

August 24, 2009

An Abbeville police officer has found himself on the opposite side of the law, arrested for allegedly choking a juvenile until he passed out. The incident took place in the early morning hours of Saturday according to the Henry County Sheriff's office. Abbeville Police Chief Mike Jones placed the officer on administrative leave without pay until further notice. He said the city would continue to seek updates from the Sheriff's Department and would make futher decisions when the investigation is completed.

Investigators say Davy Jones, 22, (pictured left) was off duty when he assaulted the 15-year-old boy. The victim's mother signed a warrant Monday morning and Jones turned himself in to authorities. Jones was charged with reckless endangerment and posted a $500.00 bond. Jones faces up to one year in jail and a $6,000 fine.

Anthony Plummer

August 24, 2009 A Cincinnati police officer with a history of improper use of force is under investigation again, this time for wrongly shooting City Councilman Cecil Thomas’ daughter with a Taser during a traffic stop in which she was the passenger. Chief Thomas Streicher revoked Anthony Plummer’s police powers Monday, saying he and five of his command staff reviewed a video of the early Sunday traffic stop and found Plummer was not in compliance with the department’s use of force policy. Streicher said it’s clear: Celeste Thomas, 26, was on her knees with her hands in the air when Plummer shot her with a Taser. “A preliminary review shows he is not in compliance with our standards and he is being investigated for unnecessary and excessive use of force,” Streicher said.

To use a Taser, a suspect must be resisting arrest or have assaulted the officer, leaving the officer in fear. An internal investigation is underway. It is expected to be completed by the end of the week. “At least six people reviewed this video and all of us agreed this should not have occurred,” Streicher said. “Because of that and a concern about his past history, I have ordered his police powers be suspended. “He will not be out on the street,” Streicher said.

Plummer (image not available) joined the force in 2001 and his personnel file shows a suspension for use of force, two reprimands and an incident that led to his being fired. Plummer was fired in August of 2006 for violating procedure during an arrest in which he used a Taser. An arbitrator reinstated Plummer in September of 2007. Cincinnati Fraternal Order of Police President Kathy Harrell said it’s too early to know what happened. “Internal will be asking questions, (Plummer) has not been interviewed yet to explain why he took the actions he took,” Harrell said. “There will be investigation, a court case. We have to wait for the outcome. “There does seem like there has been to a rush to judgment,” she said.

If Plummer is found to have violated department policy in Celeste Thomas’ arrest, he will face a disciplinary hearing. A hearing officer will make a disciplinary recommendation to Streicher, who in turn will make one to Cincinnati City Manager Milton Dohoney. If disciplinary action is taken, it cannot be based on that prior incident because as per police contract, incidents are cleared for an officer’s record after three years.

The incident involving Celeste Thomas began unfolding just after midnight Saturday when Officer Stephanie Glueck and Officer Jennifer Myers were driving on West McMillan in Clifton Heights when they saw a 2004 Toyota Corolla hit a city garbage truck at 73 West McMillan. When it seemed the driver, Demetri Washington, was not going to stop, the officers initiated a traffic stop. A video of the arrest of Washington, 33, on charges of resisting arrest, drunken driving, driving without a license and a burglary warrant and of Celeste Thomas, 26, on charges of obstructing official business and open container, shows what happened next. Washington pulled over and Glueck walked up to the driver’s side window and asked Washington for his license and proof of insurance. He didn’t immediately comply. When officers found Washington was wanted on a warrant for burglary, he was arrested and handcuffed. That was start of the physical confrontation, said Col. Vince Demasi.

Hikeen D. Crampton Sr.

August 23, 2009

A Baltimore police officer who overcame the odds growing up in West Baltimore to patrol his old neighborhood, was indicted Friday on charges of insurance fraud and attempted felony theft, the state attorney general said. Hikeen D. Crampton Sr., 30, of Rosedale, is accused of fraudulently claiming in late 2008 that his Cadillac Escalade had been stolen when he had traded it in for another vehicle. The indictment follows an investigation by the Regional Auto Theft Task Force, the insurance fraud division of the Maryland Insurance Administration and the attorney general's office. The charges were filed in Frederick County, where the claim was filed, said Shanetta J. Paskel, an official with the attorney general's office.

Crampton (pictured left) was profiled in a front-page article in The Baltimore Sun in 2001 after he graduated from the Baltimore Police Academy and requested a patrol assignment in his old neighborhood, a notorious drug zone. The youngest of 10 children, he graduated from Douglass High School and managed a McDonald's before joining the police academy. "Some people ask me, 'Why do you want to come back?'" Crampton said at the time. "I want to help my community."

He received an award from Baltimore County last year after he observed the robbery of an armored car while off duty and caught the suspect, holding him until county officers arrived. In 2005, while working plainclothes in the Western District, he also arrested one of the stars of the infamous "Stop Snitching" video. Attempts to reach Crampton for comment were unsuccessful. Anthony Guglielmi, a city police spokesman, said the Police Department learned of the allegations in June, when Crampton was suspended with pay. "The allegations are concerning, but we have an obligation to see the system through and we're going to reserve comment until this is over," Guglielmi said. An arraignment has been scheduled for Sept. 25, 2009.

William Robert Queen

August 23, 2009

The Bullhead City police officer who was arrested in July by Las Vegas Metropolitan Police has turned in his resignation, officials confirmed. William Robert Queen, 36, turned in his resignation to Police Chief Rodney Head on Aug. 4, 2009. Queen was placed on administrative leave by Head on July 20, 2009 prior to his arrest by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, said Bullhead City Police Department spokeswoman Emily Montague.

Queen (image not available) was arrested July 21, 2009 by Las Vegas Metropolitan police on suspicion of arson for insurance fraud, said spokeswoman Barbara Morgan. “On July 17, firefighters responded to a vehicle fire in a vacant lot in the 13000 block of South Western,” Morgan said. Crews responded to a 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe on fire. Morgan said there was nothing missing on the vehicle. “The auto theft unit conducted an investigation and determined the vehicle fire was for the purposes of insurance fraud,” Morgan said. Police allege Queen hired 26-year-old Gary Miller to burn the vehicle. Miller was arrested Aug. 10 on suspicion of arson for insurance fraud, Morgan said. The case has been turned over to the state attorney general's office, she said. Queen joined the Bullhead City Police Department on Jan. 10, 2000.

Sgt. Diron Carter

Sgt. Michael W. McKethan

August 22, 2009 The "drive-by" statute is usually a charge reserved for "gangbangers," Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater said. "If these off-duty officers want to conduct themselves that way, that's exactly how we'll treat them -- just like any other gangbanger," Prater said. On Friday, August 21, 2009 Prater filed felony charges against two Oklahoma City police officers. Sgt. Diron Carter, an eight-year veteran, and Sgt. Michael W. McKethan, a seven-year veteran, were charged Friday with "using a vehicle to facilitate the intentional discharge of a firearm," in a drive-by shooting.
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The “drive-by” occurred in mid-June (2009) outside Night Trips, a strip club near Meridian and Reno avenues. Carter and McKethan were booked into the Oklahoma County jail on Friday afternoon and released on $25,000 bail each. Prosecutors allege in the charge that McKethan, 34, was behind the wheel of a white Tahoe and was driving away from the club when Carter, 30, fired a pistol "in the direction of several bystanders." No one was hurt by the bullet shots fired outside bar. However, prosecutors say someone could have been killed. The bullet fired was recovered after being cut out of a metal wall at a nearby laundry supply business.

On June 16, 2009 as Night Trips was closing, police got a call that shots had been fired outside the bar. Witnesses told police a man in a white sport utility vehicle was throwing beer bottles as he drove through the strip club parking lot, according to the police report. When the witnesses confronted the men in the car and asked "what their problem was," an argument began to escalate until Sgt. Carter, the passenger in the car reportedly leaned out of the window with a black handgun and said 'You want to see my baby Glock?" as he fired a single shot. Police responding to the scene soon learned McKethan and Carter had been there that night and that McKethan, who drives a white Chevy Tahoe, had a conversation earlier with one of the strippers whose child may be McKethan's, according to a probable cause affidavit. Carter admitted being at the club that night, but he denied being involved in any incident in which a shot was fired, the affidavit states. Later when Carter was questioned by a fellow officer, Carter allegedly replied "it was an accidental shooting," the affidavit states. Officers also recovered a .40-caliber shell casing in the street, which Prater said came from a "baby Glock" which is an off-duty weapon used by police officers.

Jerry Bowens

August 20, 2009

A corrupt NYPD narcotics cop was sentenced Wednesday to one to three years in prison for rewarding an informant with crack seized from a suspect. Ex-narc Jerry Bowens (pictured above) didn't know the suspect was an Internal Affairs officer posing as a drug dealer in a sting operation. "At the time he did this, he was a New York City police officer, and he disgraced his badge," prosecutor Charles Guria said in Brooklyn Supreme Court. Bowens had pleaded guilty to drug sale and falsifying police records and signed an agreement to become a snitch for the Brooklyn district attorney's office in a probe of his old scandal-scarred Brooklyn South Narcotics squad. But the deal soured after Bowens went berserk last March 2009, fatally shooting ex-girlfriend Catherine D'Onofrio and wounding her friend in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Bowens was initially found mentally unfit to stand trial, but has since recovered sufficiently to face the murder charge. He was ordered to submit a DNA sample yesterday to a homicide detective. Defense lawyer Wayne Boddin said his client is depressed and that his mental fitness is still being evaluated. Bowens, 43, shook his head and declined to speak before he was sentenced by Justice John Walsh.

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