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Criminal Cops! - 2011 - Part III



January 29, 2011


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Black Friday!


Posted: Sat, November 26, 2011 10:56 PM EST
Updated: Sun, November 27, 2011 03:47 PM PST


Buckeye, AZ -- An Arizona police department will conduct an investigation into the bloody arrest of a 54-year-old grandfather during a Black Friday sale at a Walmart, an assistant police chief said Saturday. Jerald Newman, 54, was released Saturday from a Maricopa County jail, his wife, Pamela, told media sources. He has been charged with resisting arrest and shoplifting. "(He is) as good as expected ... but he is emotionally and mentally a wreck," she said. "They were just letting people in; there was nowhere to walk," said his daughter, Berneta Sanchez, who was also in the store. "Teenagers and adults were fighting for these games, taking them away from little kids and away from my father." The suspect's grandson, Nicholas Nava, told media sources that Newman had grabbed one video game and put it under his shirt so that others jostling for the game didn't take it from him. One person alerted a police officer, who then approached Newman.

Newman (pictured left in mugshot) was among a throng of shoppers crammed into a Buckeye, Arizona, Walmart soon after it opened late the night of Thanksgiving. A media sources from Las Vegas, was among the crowd shopping for video games set up in the Walmart's grocery section. He said Newman "was not resisting" arrest as he was led away from the crowd by a police officer. That officer, the media source said, then suddenly hooked the suspect around the leg, grabbed him and "slammed him face first into the ground. It was like a bowling ball hitting the ground, that's how bad it was," he said.

Video, recorded by the media source and later posted on television, shows an apparently unconscious Newman head-down on the floor in a pool of blood. As he's turned over, Buckeye police officers appear to try to revive him -- at which point his face, covered mostly in blood, is revealed. Several voices, apparently those of fellow shoppers, are heard saying, "Why would you throw him down so hard? All he did was shoplifting and you threw him down like that?" Another person says, "They threw him down. He wasn't doing anything wrong."



Buckeye Assistant Police Chief Larry Hall said the department will conduct an investigation to assess whether the actions of the police officer involved in the arrest were "within reason," based on "our policy and also the law." He said that probe would happen soon, adding it was "days away." "We may have an independent agency conduct the inquiry, just to show transparency," Hall said.

Walmart spokeswoman Ashley Hardie said the retail giant was aware of the incident.
"We are concerned whenever there is an incident involving a customer at one of our stores," Hardie said. "We are in contact with the local police and are sharing any information we have with them."

Illegal Liar!


September 16, 2011

Anchorage, ALASKA — A Former Anchorage Police Officer who entered the country illegally using a stolen identity was sentenced in state court Friday on related charges. Rafael Mora-Lopez was in State Superior Court Friday on charges of falsifying Permanent Fund Dividend applications since 1991. Judge Michael Wolverton sentenced Mora-Lopes to 24 month in jail with all of that suspended – meaning he won’t spend time behind bars on the state charges.

He says he made a mistake a long time ago and wishes he could now take it back. “To the people of Anchorage I want to apologize for what I did.” Lopez said at the sentencing hearing. “All I wanted to do was serve you.” For 20 years Mora-Lopez pretended to be Rafael Alberto Espinoza – a U.S. citizen currently living in Mexico. In August a federal judge sentenced Mora-Lopez to three months in jail for passport fraud and false claim of U.S. citizenship.

August 25, 2011

On August 25th, 2011, Mexican national Rafael Mora-Lopez, who immigrated illegally to the United States and stole another U.S. citizen's identity to prevent discovery, was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Anchorage, Alaska to three months in federal prison and fined $10,000. In addition, he was also sentenced to 750 hours of community service and three years of supervised release. Judge Tim Burgess did not sentence Mora-Lopez to deportation, since authorities say deportation issues are a separate matter under the jurisdiction of federal immigration officials.



An Alaska state case against Mora-Lopez, Case No. 3AN-11-06897CR, is still open. In June 2011, he pleaded guilty to a single felony count of unsworn falsification in conjunction with knowingly submitting false Permanent Fund Dividend applications. Although Mora-Lopez has since repaid $27,000 of dividends, he is to be sentenced on September 16th by Judge Michael Wolverton, and faces as much as two years imprisonment.

April 29, 2011

Update April 28th: It has now been revealed that before Mora-Lopez became an Anchorage cop in 2005, he was a bus driver for Anchorage People Mover from 1999-2005. The word is that he had a good work record there, too.

Anchorage Police Chief Mark Mew released more details on April 26th, 2011 on how the illegal Mexican immigrant Rafael Mora-Lopez became an Anchorage Police Officer known as Rafael Espinoza. Chief Mew explained why the initial fingerprint-based background check did not discover the existence of an American citizen named Rafael Espinoza, the name used by Mora-Lopez. It's because the real Espinoza, who now has dual citizenship, does not live in the United States and does not have fingerprints on file here. Since there was no record in the United States beyond the fact that he existed, it was an empty slate. Mew added that, in general, people are not fingerprinted unless they are arrested for a crime or apply for a job that requires it. The record could have been blank, or Mora-Lopez could have already established fingerprints on record, as Espinoza, for a previous job application. Either way, Mora-Lopez’s fingerprints were not in the criminal record.

But when the real Rafael Espinoza applied for a U.S. passport, and Mora-Lopez (Pictured left, illegal Mexican immigrant Rafael Mora-Lopez) subsequently applied in January to renew his passport under the Espinoza name, it was discovered that his information was at odds with the now-substantial record created by Mora-Lopez having used his identity. Bingo -- red flag! Immediately Mora-Lopez resigned from the department, knowing he'd be fired. If criminal allegations come up against an officer, detectives investigate and the officer is suspended with pay. If charges are filed, the officer is then suspended without pay, and if found guilty, then they are terminated.

Chief Mew also said that APD is investigating Mora-Lopez' polygraph file to determine whether the correct questions were asked, the proper conclusions drawn from the data, or whether Mora-Lopez was capable of fooling a polygraph. Mew then added that Mew said he had been given legal advice not to discuss whether Mora-Lopez and Espinoza knew each other, how long Mora-Lopez used the false identity or whether Mora-Lopez had been in Anchorage since his entry into the United States from Mexico in 1989.

Mora-Lopez was arrested on Thursday April 21st and charged with one count of False Application of Passport, a federal crime carrying a 10-year maximum sentence. He pleaded not guilty and was released on $50,000 bond, subject to home confinement and electronic monitoring. He may face other charges. He is married with one child.

HPD - Chad Holley!


February 4, 2010

"Whoever provided the video to Channel 13 is in violation of a federal court order and should be prosecuted. It is unfortunate and irresponsible that Channel 13 has chosen to air the material at this time."

-- Annise Parker, Mayor of Houston on the release of the HPD beating video.


HOUSTON (WCJB) -- Months after four Houston police officers were indicted following the violent videotaped arrest of a teenage suspect, we along with others, now have the tape. The images were clear and graphic -- Houston police kicking, punching, and stomping teenage burglary suspect Chad Holley who had run, but was now clearly trying to surrender. Activist Quanell X gave the tape to 13 Undercover, before a state judge issued a restraining order. The tape was also sealed by a federal judge in the Holley civil lawsuit. "That tape made me angry as hell and I'm telling you when the people in the 'hood see it, they will be angry also and now it's time to come out," said Quanell X.



The video showed the most physical cop that March day appeared to be Raad Hassan. His termination letter listed 15 kicks. There were a lot of them, and there was one kick after Holley was clearly handcuffed.

Dallas PD!


Dallas, TX - Police Brutality - Sept. 5th 2010


Copper Thief!


Posted: 02/03/2011 07:11:09 AM PST
Updated: 02/03/2011 08:14:49 AM PST


SAN FRANCISCO -- A San Francisco police officer has been charged with stealing a car registration sticker from a driver he pulled over and then affixing the tag to his own car. District Attorney George Gascon said Officer Gregory Hui was arrested Wednesday on felony charges of falsifying motor vehicle documents. Prosecutors allege the 45-year-old patrol officer pulled over a car with a defective brake light a year ago. During the stop, he allegedly admonished the driver for having an improper sticker. Hui then allegedly took the sticker and put it on a car he co-owned that had expired tags. Gascon says Hui has not yet been arraigned on the charges, which include misdemeanor embezzlement. His bail was set at $18,000.

Texas Justice 2011!


February 1, 2011

GEORGETOWN, TX — Fired Austin police officer Leonardo Quintana pleaded guilty Monday to drunken driving in a January 2010 arrest in Leander and will probably serve a year of probation for the crime. The arrest came eight months after he fatally shot Nathaniel Sanders II in a Northeast Austin apartment complex parking lot as Sanders reached for a gun Sanders had at his waist , officials said. Quintana has said the shooting led him to turn to alcohol. Quintana was later suspended for 15 days for not activating his patrol car camera during the incident, but he was not disciplined for his tactics or use of deadly force.

On Monday, Quintana entered his plea in a deal with prosecutors before Williamson County Court-at-Law No. 1 Judge Suzanne Brooks , who accepted the plea and scheduled a sentencing hearing for March 7 . If Brooks accepts the deal, Quintana will serve 12 months of probation and pay a $400 fine. If he fails to meet the terms of the probation, he could serve 180 days in jail and pay an additional $1,600 fine.

Quintana pleaded not guilty during his arraignment Monday morning, when the trial was scheduled to begin. He changed his plea to guilty after the deal with prosecutors was finalized early in the afternoon, Quintana's attorney said. "He came into court today, looked the judge straight in her eyes and said, 'I am guilty of this offense,'" the attorney said. "He is being held accountable. "Lenny has never excused his behavior that night."

The lead county prosecutor in the case, Geoffrey Puryear , said the plea agreement was typical for someone's first offense. Probation would allow law enforcement to monitor Quintana and mandate counseling, Puryear said. Specific conditions of Quintana's probation will be up to Brooks, Puryear said. Quintana was not available for comment after the plea.

Leander police arrested Quintana early on Jan. 12, 2010, after he crashed his Cadillac Escalade and failed field sobriety tests, officials have said. He had spent the night out drinking with friends and was driving home to Leander when he crashed his vehicle, police said. Tests showed that he had a blood alcohol level of 0.19 at the time, officials said. The legal limit to drive in Texas is 0.08. The arrest came after nearly six hours of questioning on Jan. 11, 2011 as part of a deposition in a federal civil rights lawsuit into the Sanders shooting. Balagia said the shooting weighed heavily on Quintana and that he unsuccessfully reached out, before the arrest, for help from the Police Department after he noticed an increase in his drinking.

"He went to the department and told them that he was having drinking problems because he was having nightmares and an inability to sleep because of the repercussions of the shooting," Balagia said. He said his client has not had a drink of alcohol since his arrest. Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo said he would not discuss what actions the department took "out of respect for Mr. Quintana's privacy." "However, I assure you when our department is aware that an employee has reached out for help, or we believe they need help, without exception we provide that help," Acevedo said.

Acevedo fired Quintana four months after the arrest, but an arbitrator in October reinstated him with a 15-day suspension. Quintana's lawyers successfully argued that Quintana was unfairly treated because other officers who had been charged with drunken driving were not fired. Upon reinstatement, Acevedo fired Quintana a second time amid an assault allegation involving Quintana's former girlfriend. In November, Leander police charged Quintana with four misdemeanor crimes relating to the allegation. A pretrial hearing for those charges will also be held March 7, 2011, the judge said. Balagia said Quintana is not guilty of those charges.

With Monday's guilty plea, Quintana is now at risk of losing his professional law enforcement license. The state agency that licenses officers has begun issuing "hard suspension" in some cases to officers who are convicted of drunken driving — prohibiting them from taking law enforcement action during that time. Acevedo has said that officers who lack a valid license will be fired. Sgt. Wayne Vincent , president of the Austin police union, said, "We are aware of the plea, and we hope it has worked out that he can somehow come back and have a career in law enforcement."

Convicted ... Perjury!


Janaury 28, 2011

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A police sergeant faces up to six years in prison after a jury found him guilty on charges of official misconduct and false reports. Jurors returned the verdict against 44-year-old Marc Garza Thursday night. Police say Garza was behind a fake burglary report that was written to keep him and his men out of trouble after an August 2009 raid on a house. Records show they did not have a warrant Garza was a decorated squad leader of a crime-busting team in the Operation Safe Streets program. Prosecutors told jurors Graza's zeal for busting bad guys turned him into a criminal. Garza is awaiting trial in another case. He is accused of using a police radio to beat a handcuffed drug suspect last summer.

Prior Bad Acts!


May 26, 2010

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The officer already charged with falsifying a police report has been charged today with more crimes. Sgt. Marc Garza, a 14-year veteran of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, was arrested in February following an August incident in which witnesses said he removed an air conditioner to break into a home. The incident was written up as a burglary in progress. Today, the a new arrest report against Garza shows more charges stemming from a separate incident last summer. On Aug. 18, 2009, Garza was among the officers who responded to a home on Cagle Road on the Southside for a narcotics investigation. Somario Atkins was arrested and placed in the back of a police car while officers continued investigating. Witnesses at the scene that day said Garza learned that Atkins bit another officer during the arrest, police said. The witnesses said Garza then went to Atkins, who was handcuffed in the back of the car, and repeatedly hit him on the head with his portable radio. Atkins needed treatment at Shands for a 2-inch laceration on his head.

"The fact is, if an officer violated the law, we apply the same standards to them as with anyone else," said Jacksonville Undersheriff Frank Mackesy. Mackesy said a group of police officers did the right thing when they heard of Garza's conduct in the field. "Police officers came forward and led us to the point where we are at today. Morally centered, ethical officers," Mackesy said, adding that Garza is one of over 3,000 employees with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. Garza supervised a unit of eight officers. Mackesy said that JSO reviewed every case Garza has worked on, checking for any other instances of possible misconduct. "Naturally they'd be called into question but we've done an exhaustive review of the cases and there isn't any tainting of those cases as a result of [Garza's] conduct," Mackesy said.

A Jacksonville defense attorney said for him, the officer's arrest would raise questions about other cases. He said it is possible that a defendant's guilty verdict could be set aside based on newly discovered evidence. "In all respect to the sheriff's office, just because they may not believe his credibility is an issue in another case, doesn't mean a defense attorney or the public defender's office isn't going to believe there's some question," the attorney said. Garza turned himself in Monday to face the charges, but didn't say anything, as he invoked his right to counsel. He is charged with aggravated battery and falsifying an official document, both felonies. Wednesday night, Garza's attorney declined to comment.

Rabbit's gotta GUN!


January 24, 2011

Police have found the body of a man they believe shot and killed two police officers Monday, a St. Petersburg, Florida, police spokesman said. The two officers died in a morning shootout while trying to find a suspect named in an aggravated battery warrant, Police Chief Chuck Harmon said. A third officer, a deputy U.S. marshal, was shot twice and wounded, but was in stable condition at a hospital, officials said. Even after they knocked a hole in a wall to rescue one officer, police did not know where the suspect was, St. Petersburg police spokeswoman Midge Walsh said.

So they used a backhoe to rip down much of the home -- which, by Monday afternoon, was largely a pile of wood and rubble, as seen in aerial video footage from the scene. Numerous law enforcement personnel also were working outside the residence.



Around 2:45 p.m., St. Petersburg police spokesman Bill Proffitt said that a deceased man -- believed to be the shooter and the man authorities had been looking for originally -- had been found in the house. The name of the suspect has not been released by police. Authorities had been trying to locate the suspect for weeks, Harmon said, using both uniformed and undercover officers. The officers went to the home about 7 a.m. Monday to talk to a "young lady" regarding his whereabouts, but did not expect the man to be there, the chief said.

The woman told the officers the man was in the home's attic, Harmon said. The officers went after the man, who fired at them from the attic, he said. One of the officers had stayed in the attic after being shot, and he was eventually rescued without further gunfire erupting. In total, Harmon estimated, more than 100 shots were fired from both the suspect and the officers.

"He was somebody we wanted to get off the street," Harmon said. "And obviously, today you see why." He did not release the two officers' names, saying he would later Monday. Both officers were married, he said, and one had children. Both had been with the department for "well over 10 years," he said. "I've been chief for 10 years, almost ... and I haven't lost an officer," Harmon said. "This is devastating to me. This is a chief's worst nightmare." Harmon said he had spoken to both officers' wives and "obviously, they're in a state of shock."

St. Petersburg Mayor Bill Foster told reporters it was a "dark day." "Our hearts are grieving," he said. The three law enforcement officers are among at least 11 shot nationwide in a 24-hour period.

Four officers were shot and wounded at a Detroit police precinct on Sunday. Two Kitsap County, Washington, sheriff's deputies were shot and wounded at a Walmart in the town of Port Orchard. And officers in two locations -- Indianapolis and Lincoln City, Oregon -- were critically injured Sunday after being shot during traffic stops.

DPD Shootout!


January 29, 2011


In-House Job!


January 24, 2011

DETROIT – A relative of the gunman who was fatally shot after wounding four officers at a Detroit police station was scheduled to be sentenced Monday in a double-homicide case, the city's police chief said. Chief Ralph Godbee identified the shooter as 38-year-old Lamar D. Moore of Detroit, but said he couldn't speculate about a motive in Sunday's shooting at the 6th precinct.



January 23, 2011

Four police officers were shot at a Detroit police precinct on Sunday afternoon but all are expected to survive, the city's police chief said Sunday. Security measures may be reassessed now, he said. The most seriously injured officer -- he was shot in the lower back -- emerged from surgery Sunday evening at Sinai-Grace Hospital, Detroit Police Chief Ralph Godbee said.

A person who police identified as the shooter was shot dead, Godbee said at a Sunday evening press conference. Police have identified the shooter, Godbee said, but are withholding the person's name as they conduct an investigation of the incident. Godbee said that a man walked into a police precinct Sunday and "indiscriminately began firing and as you can imagine utter chaos and pandemonium took place."

Godbee said the "prognosis we feel is very good" for the officer who was shot in the back, who is a commander. A female sergeant was shot in the chest but was protected by a bulletproof vest. She has been treated and released from the hospital, Godbee said. Two other male officers were grazed in the head, with one in serious condition, but both are conscious, alert and talking, he said

"We are very relieved that it appears that all our officers are going to be OK," Godbee said. He said the identities of the wounded officers are being withheld until their families are notified.

Detroit Police Department Sgt. Eren Stephens said the shooter was a 35-year-old African-American man. He walked into Detroit's sixth precinct station Sunday at 4:25 p.m., and "opened fire, striking 4 officers," Stephens said. "Return fire fatally wounded the assailant."

Godbee said Sunday that Detroit police would likely revise security measures after the shooting. He referred to the Tucson, Arizona shooting that left six dead and wounded 13, including U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, earlier this month.

"In light of what happened in Tucson, Arizona, with Congresswoman Giffords and then with this incident, of course we have to take a step back and reassess security procedures at each one of our facilities," he said.

OPD - Alter-Ego!


Posted: 01/23/2011 08:46:51 AM PST
Updated: 01/23/2011 09:11:05 AM PST


OAKLAND, CA -- An Oakland public schools police officer fatally shot a 20-year-old man Saturday night who was stabbing another school officer with a screwdriver, authorities said. The name of the dead man was not released. Authorities said he had addresses in San Francisco, Daly City and Alameda. The names of the officers were not released.

The man was inside a Honda that had been stolen earlier in the evening in Oakland and a pistol was also found inside the vehicle not far from where the man was, authorities said. A 20-year-old woman who was driving the car was not hurt. She was being interviewed Sunday by Oakland police who are investigating the shooting. Her name was not released.

The incident happened about 9:15 p.m. Saturday in the 3500 block of Joaquin Miller Road near Crane Way. The site is across the street from Joaquin Miller Park where Skyline High School students were at a dance at a park facility. The school officers were on patrol in the area to prevent people from crashing the dance as well as stop other illegal activity, School District Police Chief Peter Sarna said. The officers saw the Honda parked with its hazard lights on and went to investigate. They did not know at the time the car had been stolen. Authorities said the man and woman had no connection to the school and apparently had just coincidentally parked there.

The man was sitting in the front passenger seat and began fighting with the school officer who approached him on that side, authorities said. The other school officer, who was on the driver's side, said he shot the man when he saw him stabbing his fellow officer with a screwdriver, authorities said. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. The officer who was stabbed did not require medical treatment. It is believed his protective vest absorbed some of the screwdriver's thrusts.

It was the first time in recent memory anyone could recall an Oakland school police officer being involved in a fatal shooting. A school police officer was shot to death during a car stop in 2000. Sarna promised the investigation into the shooting would be "thorough and transparent." The shooting is being investigated by the Oakland police homicide unit and the Alameda County District Attorney's Office. The school district will also conduct an investigation, Sarna said.

Reaping & Sowing!


January 20, 2011

Hunting a violent career criminal wanted for murder, Miami-Dade police detectives knocked on the door of a Liberty City duplex Thursday morning. The man's mother let them in. But Johnny Simms, a tattooed thug fresh off his most recent prison stint, refused to face justice, jumping out from another room with his pistol blazing at point-blank range. Police bullets felled the fugitive -- but not before he shot and killed veteran detectives Roger Castillo, 41, and Amanda Haworth, 44. The career criminal's bloody last stand rocked South Florida's law enforcement community, which has counted six other officers killed in the line of duty in the past five years.

``I know I'm supposed to say we're all children of God and that things happen,'' said an angry and tearful Miami-Dade Police Director James Loftus. ``But that guy is evil. He murdered two of my people today.''

The shooting was the first double police murder in South Florida since Miami-Dade detectives Richard Boles and David Strzalkowski were gunned down at a trailer park in 1988, and the first time a female officer was shot to death on the job in Miami-Dade. Detective Deidre Beecher survived the ambush with a minor knee injury. Detective Oscar Plasencia emerged unscathed, shooting Simms dead just outside the front door of the duplex.

Consider:


– On Sunday, four officers were shot in a Detroit police station by a man who walked in, firing randomly. Lamar Deshea Moore was shot to death by police so his motive may never be known, but local reports say a relative was awaiting sentencing for double murder. Two of the police officers remain hospitalized. For more, read CNN’s update and affiliate reports from the scene: WXYZ-TV and WDIV-TV.

– Two deputies were shot outside a Walmart in Port Orchard, Washington, near Seattle, on Sunday.

– A police officer is in a coma and in critical condition after being shot during a traffic stop early Sunday in Indianapolis. Check out WTHR-TV and WISH-TV for updates.

– In Lincoln City, Oregon, a police officer was shot Sunday night during a traffic stop. The officer is in critical condition. Check out affiliate KOIN-TV for more information.

Although they do not appear to be related, the weekend shootings follow two other violent incidents last week involving police officers, including the Miami killings and a slaying in Lakewood, New Jersey.

Mehserle 2011!



(Pictured left, Eurie Stamps Sr., 68, was shot and killed at his 26 Fountain St. home when police entered his home to serve a drug search warrant early Wednesday morning, 1/5/11) Eurie Stamps Sr. retired from the MBTA in 2006 after a 20-year career working with machines in the bus division, the agency said. Before leaving for a walk, the former MBTA worker would grab a cap and an elaborate wooden cane, cutting a suave figure as he slowly made his way from his family's Fountain Street apartment. [N]eighbors reacted with shock yesterday when they heard the gentlemanly retiree had been fatally shot by a Framingham police officer during a raid that led to the the arrests of the man's stepson and the stepson's cousin on drug charges. "It's pretty bothersome," said upstairs tenant Joey Fisher, standing outside puffing on a cigarette after a night in which he heard a clamor so loud "I thought I was in Fallujah." He saw Stamps taken out on a stretcher.

Framingham’s Police Chief, Steven Carl released this statement about the shooting.

"At 12:30 a.m. on Wednesday, January 5, the Framingham Police SWAT Team served a search warrant at 26 Fountain St. in Framingham. During the service of the search warrant Mr. Eurie Stamps was tragically and fatally struck by a bullet which was discharged from a SWAT officer’s rifle. Despite immediate intervention by tactical medics, he died at the scene.

The officer involved has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the District Attorney’s Office’s independent investigation into the justifiability of the shooting. Our condolences are with Mr. Stamp’s family for the heartbreak they are understandably enduring and we will await the findings of the investigation before taking any additional administrative action. According to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office, the investigation will take three to four weeks and the identity of the Framingham officer who shot Stamps will not be released until the investigation is complete."

Blue-Black Homicide!


Posted: January 09, 2011 - Updated: January 11th, 2011 11:11 AM PDT

BALTIMORE, MD (WCJB) — A fight at a Baltimore nightclub spilled onto the street early Sunday and led to an eruption of gunfire that killed a police officer and another man and left four people hurt, police said. One of those wounded also was a police officer, who was shot in the leg, said police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi. Investigators were trying to determine if officers may have fired on a fellow officer whose badge and other identifying markings came off his uniform during the scuffle, he said.

No arrests have been made, but dozens of people were being questioned, Guglielmi said. Authorities said officers arrived at the Select Lounge to find a large fight and called for backup. Investigators still weren’t sure if anyone besides officers had fired their weapons. “It was a pretty significant fight from what we understand. A large fight and a number of officers responded,” Guglielmi told media sources. “It ultimately spilled outside into the parking lot.”

The police spokesman said the dead officer was 33 and an eight-year veteran of the department but said he likely wouldn’t be identified until Monday. He also did not give the name of the other male victim. Guglielmi said the second officer was shot in a leg and was expected to recover. The others wounded also were not identified, but the spokesman said they were in their 20s.

Meanwhile, investigators were at the club trying to piece together events. “We have a lot of ground to cover, a lot of people to talk to,” he said. By dawn Sunday, police tape surrounded the block of Select Lounge. No one answered when a reporter knocked on the door and police asked a reporter and photographer to leave. Police tape also surrounded a parking lot containing about 25 cars and lay in the foyer of the club. The club is in a mixed industrial and residential area not far from the hospital where victims had been taken.

Sunday wasn’t the first time the city’s nightlife has been rocked by shootings. In March, two people were shot outside the Velvet Rope nightclub when a fight inside the club spilled onto the street. On June 5, 2010 off-duty police officer Gahiji A. Tshamba was out in a neighborhood known for its nightlife when authorities say he shot and killed an unarmed Iraq war veteran. Police say Tshamba and Tyrone Brown had gotten into a heated argument when Tshamba shot Brown 12 times with his department-issued Glock handgun. Tshamba has been charged with murder.

Criminal Cops - 2011!


Andrew Davenport!


January 24, 2011

A Utah Highway Patrol trooper is under investigation after a video showed him punching a woman several times during a traffic stop, a spokesman for the Utah Department of Public Safety said. A dashboard camera captured footage of Sgt. Andrew Davenport punching 53-year-old Darla Wright in August. Davenport is on paid administrative leave, said Brian Hyer, spokesman for the Utah Department of Public Safety.

Wright was speeding in Ogden when officers tried to pull her over, authorities said late Saturday. According to an incident report, the driver evaded police, and a chase ensued. Authorities stopped the woman by trapping her car between two vehicles. "The suspect was still trying to escape, she had the accelerator floored and engine revving in an attempt to push our vehicles out of the way," Davenport wrote in an incident report. Davenport said Wright would not roll down her window and gripped on the steering wheel. On the video, Davenport is seen breaking the driver's side window, reaching into the car and repeatedly punching the woman.



"She refused to comply with commands to give us her hands," Davenport wrote. "Due to my close proximity to the suspect and my experience with Taser failure at such close distances, I delivered three close hand strikes to her head in an attempt to gain compliance with our commands. I did this to distract and stun her and to stop her from trying to drive off and strike our vehicles or possibly run us over. The strikes worked and we were able to grab her hands."

Hyer said investigations involve "multiple layers of reviews." It is unclear when the reviews might be completed.

"The Sgt. Davenport investigation is a personnel matter, and I am limited at what I can say," Hyer said. "There have been several reviews and an investigation, and right now we have a pending personnel matter." Hyer confirmed to CNN that Davenport is a cousin of Utah Department of Public Safety Commissioner D. Lance Davenport, but police say the relationship will not affect the case. Hyer said the commissioner told him he believes in doing the right thing. "The commissioner expects all of his employees to be held accountable for his or her actions," Hyer said. "There is a relationship between Commissioner Davenport and Sgt. Davenport, but that's it. It has no bearing on this case." CNN attempted to reach Sgt. Davenport, but the Department of Public Safety is not allowing him to speak, Hyer said.

The driver was eventually taken into custody on suspicion of driving under the influence, eluding police, reckless driving, assault on a police officer and resisting arrest. Attempts to reach her were unsuccessful.

David L'Esperance !


Jan. 24, 2011

BOSTON -- The former police chief of Salisbury is at the center of a sex and drug scandal, and that's just the beginning. The results are in Monday night of an investigation into the former chief by the town, making him out to be as dirty as they come. The report says 50-year-old Police Chief David L'Esperance offered money and drugs in exchange for sex with three different woman, that he stole from crimes scenes, pocketing money and property, and that he interfered with justice. He ordered officers in his department to release suspects and alter police reports to protect his so-called friends while asking prosecutors to do the same. There are 15 violations in all, and are believed to have been going on for several years.

“It’s very, very disappointing. In the end there is no way to mask that disappointment on my part, and I’m sure there are several people in town who feel the same way that I do. But the fact is that we took action,” said Neil Harrington the Salisbury Town Manager.

The town will now forward the report to the prosecutor’s office to see if they want to go after the former chief criminally. L'Esperance resigned last week, the day he was supposed to be interviewed for the investigation.

Aleksande Shwarz!


Jan. 8, 2011

A 21-year veteran of the Philadelphia Police Department has been arrested on charges of lying to police about an arrest he made last March in which he claimed a man assaulted him. Instead, police said Friday, Officer Aleksande Shwarz was the aggressor, and Shwarz himself has been charged with assault for his role in the arrest. Shwarz, 54, has been suspended for 30 days with intent to dismiss, Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey said in a statement. Shwarz, who was assigned to the Second District, was arrested Wednesday on charges of simple assault, unsworn falsification to authorities, and abuse of office. He was released on $5,000 bail after an arraignment hearing Wednesday night. He could not be reached for comment.

Rich Bobbe, an attorney representing the subject of Shwarz's allegedly falsified report, said he and his client were pleased that a full investigation had been conducted by the Police Department's Internal Affairs Bureau and the District Attorney's Office. "We look forward to justice fully being served," Bobbe said. Bobbe would not release the name of his client, but he is in his early 30s and has no criminal record. He was never formally charged in the arrest Shwarz made on March 4, and was cleared of any wrongdoing soon afterward.

The man works at a U-Haul agency on the 7700 block of Roosevelt Boulevard, where the arrest took place and where the incident was captured on multiple security cameras, Bobbe said. A van was stolen from U-Haul last spring, and was later found and returned to the company. When employees realized the van was still listed on the police database of stolen vehicles, the man Shwarz later arrested called police and asked for help removing it from the list so the company could begin renting it out, Bobbe said. Shwarz and his partner were dispatched to handle the matter and arrived at U-Haul shortly after 4 p.m. The man explained the situation, but there was a problem with the paperwork and Shwarz and the man got into a dispute.

It is unclear how the situation became hostile, but at some point the man asked for the name of Shwarz's supervisor, Bobbe said, then went outside to write down the number of Shwarz's cruiser. Shwarz followed, Bobbe said. As the man began walking back to the office, Shwarz "lunged" at him in an apparent effort to take the paper from him, Bobbe said. When the man kept walking toward the door, Shwarz grabbed him, shoved him, and threw him to the ground, Bobbe said. The man was arrested on a charge of simple assault and taken away in handcuffs. Shwarz later claimed the man was belligerent and swore at the officers, Bobbe said, and alleged he threw a shoulder into Shwarz's torso to bodycheck him.

Bobbe obtained surveillance footage from the U-Haul site and brought it to the District Attorney's Office. After reviewing the footage, the office declined to file charges in the case and referred the matter to Internal Affairs Bureau. The man was released after about 24 hours, Bobbe said. In addition to the cameras, another employee and at least two customers witnessed the arrest, Bobbe said. Their interviews also contradicted Shwarz's version of events. Shwarz's is the latest in a series of arrests of Philadelphia officers. Last year, 11 officers were arrested on charges ranging from rape to murder to drug dealing, prompting Ramsey to say that restoring the department's integrity was a priority.


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January 11, 2011


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Suing to be a Woman!


June 9, 2011



Cops That
Sexually Offend!


Robbin' & Rapin'!

Published: 07:07 AM, Wed Dec 07, 2011 - Modified: Mon, May 22, 2012 11:03 PM PDT

ROBBINS, N.C. -- A Robbins police officer was indicted Monday by a Moore County grand jury on charges of rape and committing a sexual offense, according to the N.C. Department of Justice. Officer Travis Lee Baker, 32 (pictured below, left) of the 500 block of Sandywoods Farm Road in Pinehurst, is charged with second-degree rape, second-degree sexual offense, two counts of sexual battery, crime against nature and obstructing justice, said Noelle Talley, a spokeswoman for the State Bureau of Investigation. SBI agents arrested Baker on Monday. Bail was set at $25,000 at the Moore County Jail, according to county inmate records.

Talley said the alleged offense took place Aug. 16, 2011. The SBI investigated at the request of the Moore County district attorney's office, she said. Talley directed further questions to that office. District Attorney Maureen Krueger and Robbins Police Chief Jeffery Sheffield could not be reached immediately Tuesday evening. Talley said Baker was also indicted Monday in a separate case on charges of obstructing justice, five counts of identity theft and five counts of unauthorized access of a government computer. That offense is alleged to have happened in March while Baker was employed with Carthage police, she said.

Carthage Police Chief Bart Davis did not immediately return a message seeking comment.

Sodomy!


March 5, 2011

FARR WEST, UT -- A Farr West man who is a former South Ogden police officer has been arrested on suspicion of 10 counts of sodomy of a child. Andrew Welling, 40, has been held in Weber County Jail in lieu of $200,000 bail since his Tuesday arrest, said Weber County Sheriff's spokesman Lt. Mark Lowther. The investigation by the sheriff's office is continuing, Lowther said, although further work consists largely of tying up loose ends. He said Welling has been cooperative during interviews with the sheriff's primary child sexual abuse investigator, Detective Stephanie Tatton, but stopped short of commenting on whether a confession resulted.

The incidents involved a single victim and are alleged to have occurred "over a period of years," Lowther said. He declined to comment further. Welling (pictured left) resigned from the South Ogden force in January 2011, after a little more than two years there, said South Ogden police spokeswoman Marci Edwards.

"In November of 2010, the Weber County Sheriff's Office notified South Ogden Police Department of a criminal investigation they were conducting involving Andrew Welling and he was placed on administrative leave," Edwards said in a news release.

"An internal investigation began at that time. None of the allegations occurred while he was on duty." Welling's resignation came while the department's internal investigation was still under way, she said. Welling was hired by the department in August 2008.

Welling was arrested and booked into the county jail just after 1 a.m. Tuesday. It was not clear when formal charges would be filed or when Welling's first court appearance would take place. A charge of sodomy of a child applies to victims younger than 14, involving circumstances short of rape. Lowther declined to release any facts of the case that might identify the victim.

Anthony Rollins!


Guilty!


Published: February 24th, 2011 08:07 AM
Last Modified: February 24th, 2011 08:08 AM

"[Officer Anthony] Rollins was an anomaly in the department, which now must begin rebuilding the public trust damaged by Rollins' actions."

-- Anchorage, Alaska Police Chief Mark Mew (February 23, 2011)

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Anchorage Police Chief Mark Mew says Officer Anthony Rollins was investigated in 2008 for having sex on the job. In that earlier investigation, Internal Affairs detectives in the police department had received a tip that Officer Anthony Rollins was engaging in sexual activity while in uniform on the job, said Police Chief Mark Mew. Investigators went so far as to put a tracking device on Rollins' patrol car in August 2008. Detectives found five more victims after that initial report. Rollins testified during the 12-day trial that three of the women consented to the sexual activity and that he did not have sexual contact with the other three. The chief said at a news conference Wednesday that investigators found no evidence of criminal wrongdoing, but Rollins was severely disciplined.

(An officer handcuffs Anthony Rollins after the verdicts were read Feb. 22, 2011. The former Anchorage police officer was found guilty of sexual assault, criminal use of a computer and official misconduct for five of six alleged victims.)On Tuesday he was convicted of sexual assault and misconduct charges involving five women. A state Superior Court jury convicted Rollins Tuesday on 18 out of 20 criminal counts, including first- and second-degree sexual assault, official misconduct and illegal use of a computer related to five victims. He was acquitted on one count of second- degree sexual assault and one count of official misconduct for a sixth alleged victim. Rollins, 43, now faces a sentence ranging from 51 to 208 years behind bars.

Published: January 28th, 2011 01:45 PM
Last Modified: January 28th, 2011 01:46 PM


An Anchorage police officer charged with multiple sexual assaults faced his second accuser Thursday as the woman testified that he raped her at a downtown police substation in April 2009. Anthony Rollins' defense attorney claims the sex was consensual. The woman testified that she'd had a couple shots of liquor the night of her arrest for drunken driving. Her boyfriend had broken up with her just before she was pulled over for tailgating and flashing her high beams at a truck that had cut her off in traffic. "I was upset, crying that he broke up with me," she testified. The woman, now 21, said she was wearing a mini-skirt and a halter top. She failed field sobriety tests, and an officer put her in Rollins' custody.

(Suspended Anchorage police officer Anthony Rollins is before a jury on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011.)At the substation, Rollins tested her breath-alcohol content. The machine gave a reading of 0.03, under the legal limit of 0.08, and therefore she wasn't going to be charged, she said. As he was reading the results, Rollins began stroking her hair and touching her face, making her feel uncomfortable, she testified. Rollins' comments turned sexual, she said. Then he pulled out his penis and a condom, she said. "I stood up to look around, to see if there were any cameras or people around," she testified. She told Rollins he risked losing his job if he did anything, thinking that would stop whatever he had planned. Rollins turned her around, pulled down her underwear and had sex with her, she said. She was still handcuffed. "I said 'no,' " she testified.

During the cross-examination, Rollins' attorney disputed the woman's claim that she'd told Rollins she did not want to have sex. Rollins' attorney said the woman had not told the police in initial interviews or the grand jury that she told Rollins "no." "You didn't tell him 'no,' did you?" the defense attorney asked. "Yes, I did," the woman said.

Prosecutors played voice mails Rollins left in the following days on her phone and showed text messages to the court to her from Rollins that he sent almost two weeks later. Some of the text messages were sent the same night Rollins is accused of forcing oral sex on another woman, who testified Tuesday. In the text messages, which span several hours, Rollins asks, “U forget about me”, calls himself “your favorite officer,” and asks, “Am I bothering u” Hours later, after the forced oral sex allegedly occurred, Rollins texted again.

“Ok, I don’t want to mess things up for u but I would like to keep in touch and would like very much to see u again,” according to the state’s evidence seized from the victim’s cell phone.

About three weeks later, Rollins later called her to ask that she not tell police anything about their encounter, because he was by then being investigated. “I said, 'Yes, I’m not going to say anything,’ ” she testified. “Why?” Marshall asked. “Because he’s a cop, and I’m young,” she said.

January 26, 2011

Yesterday opening statements were heard in the criminal trial of former Anchorage Police Officer Anthony Rollins. He is being accused of sexually assaulting at least five women. One of his alleged victims took the stand. According to the State, her DNA was found beneath Anthony Rollins' fingernail and on his clothes. She is the first of Rollins' alleged victims to come forward.On April 16, 2009, shortly after midnight, police arrested a 23-year-old woman for drunken driving. What happened after that is the beginning of the State's case against Rollins (pictured above, center). After that night, the 23-year-old DUI suspect went to STAR, Standing Together Against Rape, where she said the police procedure took a surprising turn when Rollins began asking her personal questions. "He said now that we're off the record--I want to ask you about your tongue ring," the alleged victim testified, whose identity the media is protecting.



Then she explained what happened in a different room moments later. "That's when he stepped toward me and put his hands down my pants and said, 'Well it feels like you're excited.'" She says the assault did not stop there. "Then he grabbed me by the hair and pulled my head down on him, and put it in my mouth, and I bit down. I wasn't trying to hurt him, just wanted him to leave me alone. Just to tell him it wasn't OK"

Asst. District Attorney Brittany Dunlop then asked how Rollins responded. "He said baby, baby that's too hard," the alleged victim recalls. According to the State, there are at least five more women with similar stories of what prosecutors call Rollins' predatory abuse of power.

The defense however, says Rollins is not a serial rapist who abused his police power. They paint a picture of a man who engaged in consensual sex with women who flirted with a man in uniform. "None of these things are sexual assault," explained his defense attorney. "Even taken together they're not sexual assault. They're bad sexual behavior, they're probably not what you would consider moral behavior, but they are not what's illegal behavior." Also called to the witness stand today was a detective who says police records show Rollins had at least 40 minutes of unaccounted time that day. The first victim says she was sexually assaulted during that time. The trial continues tomorrow and is expected to last a few weeks.

See: Cops that Sexually Offend! - Part XVII

Mata & Moreno!


March 7, 2011

NEW YORK — A rape case against two New York City police officers has taken an unusual turn just as it was about to go to trial.

Prosecutors say they plan to return the case to a grand jury. Defense lawyers say that's because of overlooked evidence that bolsters the officers' claims of innocence (See secretly recorded confession below).

Jury selection was abruptly postponed Monday at Manhattan prosecutors' request. They alleged that Officer Kenneth Moreno raped a drunken, semiconscious woman and that Officer Franklin Mata acted as a lookout after they were called to help her get home in December 2008.

Prosecutors did not discuss reasons for wanting to revisit an indictment obtained about two years ago. Moreno's lawyer says prosecutors realized they had evidence that wasn't presented to the grand jury.

February 21, 2011

A New York police officer accused of rape made a shocking 'confession' to his alleged victim, it has been claimed. Kenneth Moreno was being secretly recorded by the woman accusing him of attacking her when he apologized for things 'getting really crazy'. The woman, a fashion executive, came face to face with Moreno on the street in front of the East Village's 9th precinct station house, where he worked, several days after the alleged 2008 attack.

At the behest of investigators, she recorded their conversation. The tape will now play a key role in the prosecution of Moreno, 43 (pictured left) who has worked for the NYPD for 17 years. On the tape, Moreno at first tries to deny the pair had sex, but eventually admits to it, a former Manhattan prosecutor told the media. The prosecutor claimed Moreno said: 'It wasn't done intentionally. I didn't mean to hurt you. I just got caught up. I'm sorry.' Moreno and his partner Franklin Mata, 28, go on trial next week for rape, burglary and official misconduct. If convicted, Moreno could be imprisoned for up to 25 years. But a police source told the media that both are still on full pay - for doing nothing. The media source claims Moreno has earned $150,000 and Mata $110,000 since their arrests two years ago.

(Franklin Mata, pictured left) The officers encountered the woman in December 2008 when they helped her into her apartment after a night out with friends. A taxi driver called 911 because the woman, who was intoxicated, had vomited in his car. Once inside, she passed out, before waking up on her bathroom floor. She said she then remembered being in her bed as Moreno allegedly stripped her then forced himself on her while Mata sat in the next room.

In the tape, Moreno allegedly explained: 'It turned from us trying to help you to getting really crazy'.

And he apparently added: 'If you stop drinking, I'll be your boyfriend,' according to the media source.

According to the source, the officers originally left the woman in her flat after they had helped her up the stairs, promising to go back later to check on her. But they allegedly returned twice. The first time they asked another resident to let them in because they were looking into a noise complaint, it is claimed. Then the second time they allegedly made a 911 call so they would be sent back to the woman's building, where they let themselves in using a key they had stolen from her earlier.

A CCTV camera from the bar beneath the woman's apartment reportedly shows them hiding their faces as they return. Once inside, Moreno allegedly raped the victim as she lay on her bed, while Mata sat on a sofa in her living room. But the next day the woman called friends and told them she thought she had been raped - and they persuaded her to call the police.

A friend told the media the alleged attack is 'always in her mind'. But they said: 'She's strong-willed and very capable, and she's put a lot of time into [her work] while this is pending.'

The defense is expected to argue that the sex was consensual. Moreno's lawyer, said: 'I'm very confident my client will be acquitted.' Both suspects are free on $175,00 bail, and the trial is due to last several weeks.

A former prosecutor gave the media some alleged excerpts from the taped conversation between Moreno and the woman he is accused of raping.

Woman: I woke up and you guys were taking advantage of me.
Moreno: Nobody took advantage of you.
Woman: You were having sex with me. I was violated.
Moreno: No you weren’t — nothing happened.
Woman: You’re lying.
Moreno: OK. It turned from us trying to help you to getting really crazy.
Moreno: What do you remember?
Woman: I remember getting up the stairs and waking up on the bathroom floor. The next thing I know, I’m in my bed, you’re taking off my clothes and having sex with me.
Moreno: OK
Woman: OK?
Moreno: It wasn’t done intentionally. I didn’t mean to hurt you. I just got caught up. I’m sorry.
Woman: I need to know if I’m OK. Did you wear a condom — yes or no?
Moreno: Yes, I did. You don’t have to worry about any diseases or getting pregnant.
Woman: Was it only you?
Moreno: It was only me.
Moreno: If you stop drinking, I’ll be your boyfriend. I’m not a bad man. I’m a good friend to have.

Joseph Padgett!


January 25, 2011

A former San Jose police officer who left in disgrace more than a decade ago for videotaping women during sex and was later a player in an infamous lawsuit over a Monte Sereno fence has been arrested in Washington state on charges that he secreted a horde of child pornography in his gun safe. Joseph Padgett, 48, was arrested this month by the King County Sheriff's Office and remains in jail in lieu of $75,000 bail, agency spokesman Sgt. John Urquhart said. Padgett faces a charge of possession of child pornography, a felony. Neither Padgett nor his legal representative could be reached for comment Monday.

Padgett's estranged wife, Darla, discovered the collection of pornographic images in July when she had a locksmith open her husband's gun safe, court records show. In mid-November, she gave King County sheriff's investigators two carloads of technology, including five computers, four external hard drives, a USB thumb drive and other devices to see what they could find.

They discovered hundreds of images of "obviously underage girls posed provocatively, in lingerie and naked," according to the charging document written by King County Detective Chris Knudsen. The images also included young girls, some who appeared as young as 4, having explicit sexual contact with adult men, the document states. There were pictures of bestiality, knives, guns and military weapons, the document said, and images of Padgett having sex with "many different women," some of whom were handcuffed or attached to a large wooden crucifix.

Some images also apparently "relate to the Padgetts' lawsuit," the documents said. The images are not described by the document. But they refer to the long-running litigation by Padgett and his wife, who maintained that their civil rights were violated when they were targeted and harassed by Monte Sereno officials in a clash over building permits and the height of their fence. The suit became a decade-long source of political theater in the tony West Valley town and a symbol of an excessive and expensive legal battle. While a jury sided with the couple against Monte Sereno's then-mayor, Curtis Wright, a federal judge last year cut punitive damages to $10,000 from $200,000.

Padgett was forced to leave the San Jose department after he was caught in 1993 secretly videotaping himself during sex with three women. Padgett was convicted on five misdemeanor counts of invasion of privacy.

Richard Calvino!


January 31, 2011Update!

Osage Beach, Mo. — An Osage Beach police officer accused of statutory rape will appear in court on March 2, 2011 for a preliminary hearing. Lt. Richard Calvino, 58, was arrested and posted a $5,000 bond on Thursday for accusations of sexual acts with an underage girl that occurred between 1984 and 1990. The case against him resulted from his alleged victim seeing a therapist and stirring memories from 25 years ago.

January 21, 2011

Camdenton, Mo. — An Osage Beach Police officer has been suspended from duty pending the outcome of criminal charges filed by the Camden County Prosecuting Attorney's office for alleged offenses that may have taken place more than 20 years ago. Richard Calvino was arraigned and arrested in Camden County Associate Circuit Court on Thursday. A charge of first degree statutory rape stems from an investigation by the Missouri State Highway Patrol into allegations of sexual wrongdoing with a child. Calvino appeared in court in person with his attorney and was released from custody after posting $5,000 bond.

The probable cause statement from Sgt. C.W. Wirths of the Highway Patrol contains several descriptions of sexual contact between Calvino (pictured left) and the victim that occurred between 1984 and 1990, her age range was 11-17 at the time. In 2010, the alleged victim and Calvino had conversations in person, by e-mail, and by phone that were recorded and preserved for evidence. A Highway Patrol investigator interviewed Calvino in Jefferson City at the Missouri Highway Patrol Troop F headquarters on Dec. 9, 2010. Calvino denied having any sexual relations with the girl. According to the statement, "Calvino also stated he was not the type of person to do such a thing."

Osage Beach Police Chief Dave Severson said Calvino would remain on suspension until the case is resolved. Calvino is a lieutenant with the department. The investigation was conducted by the Highway Patrol at the request of the Camden County Prosecuting Attorney's office.

Under Missouri statutes, the alleged crimes fall within the statute of limitations for filing. The statutes allow for the filing of charges for alleged sexual offenses against children to be filed within 20 years of the time the alleged victim turns 18-years-old. The alleged victim turns 38 in 2011.

Rodney Allen Frick!


Ten Years!


March 11, 2011

(Rodney Frick as he exits the courtroom in handcuffs Thursday.) A former Pocola Police Officer who was sentenced to prison on January 25, in the LeFlore County District Court after being charged with second degree rape, turned himself in Thursday afternoon in Honorable District Judge Jon Sullivan’s courtroom. According to court documents, Rodney Allen Frick, 52, Pocola entered a plea of no contest to one count of second degree rape and one count of soliciting sexual conduct or communication with a minor by use of technology before his scheduled jury trial in January. He pleaded no contest to having a sexual relationship with a juvenile victim under the age of 16 between October 1, 2007 and August 21, 2008 resulting in his being charged with second degree rape. The court documents also state that between June 25, 2008 and July 1, 2008 he used his computer to offer or solicit sexual conduct from a juvenile.

The affidavit filed by Travis Saulsberry, Special Investigator with the District Attorney’s office, says a female under the age of 16 alleged she worked for Frick at his restaurant in Pocola and knew him to be a Reserve Police Officer for the town of Pocola. The female alleged that she began having a sexual relationship with Frick when she was fifteen. She also told Saulsberry Frick had taken her to a motel. Though she could not tell investigators what town, she did know it was in Arkansas. The female also stated that although they did not have sex while in the police car Frick would occasionally drive, he would pick her up in the police car and drive her to a location in which they would have sex outside the car. Evidence in the case allegedly disclosed several text messages, phone conversations and email messages between Frick and the victim. The affidavit claims some of these communications occurred after a protective order against Frick was filed on the victim’s behalf.

Frick received a 10 year sentence for each count which will run concurrently. He was also assessed fines and costs for the case in excess of $800. The agreement further states that the the state will file no additional charges of any kind based on any acts of the defendant (Frick) related to the victim in the case or any charges related to the defendant (Frick) based on the investigation of the case. Frick is being held at the LeFlore County Detention Center awaiting transport to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.


Posted: September 25, 2010
Updated: January 18, 2011 13:41 Hours


A jury trial for a former Pocola auxiliary police officer facing sex charges has been rescheduled for Jan. 24, 2011 according to LeFlore County District Court records. Rodney Allen Frick, 52, of Pocola is accused of second-degree rape and soliciting sexual conduct with a minor by use of technology. His trial was previously scheduled for Monday, September 20, 2010 . Frick is represented by a defense attorney from Poteau. Frick is accused of having sex on multiple occasions with a teenager, according to investigator reports. He is also accused of sending the teenager sexually explicit online MySpace messages. The incidents allegedly spanned a one- to two-year period. Frick was arrested Nov. 10, 2009, and released on a $10,000 bond.

Pocola Police Chief Dale Fout has said Frick was an unpaid auxiliary officer who worked infrequently for the department. Fout said as soon as the information was received regarding the then-pending charges, Frick was no longer considered to be an auxiliary officer.

See: Cops that Sexually Offend!

Jailhouse Love!


January 8, 2011



(Pictured above, center, Kiara Walker, a deputy jail technician accused of romancing a suspect in the murder of a police officer in jail.) FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (WCJB) -- An overhaul of security measures are underway at the main Broward County jail following a surprising investigation. Broward Sheriff's Office deputies are investigating reports of unlawful and inappropriate activity inside BSO's jail facilities, which has led to seven arrests so far, among them four employees and three inmates.

Inmate Deitrick Johnson was sentenced to 50 years in state prison Friday for a rash of armed robberies at pharmacies he committed. The robberies took place around the same time that Broward deputy Chris Reyka was murdered. Reyka was gunned down outside of a Pompano Beach 24-hour pharmacy in August 2007.



Johnson was never formally accused of Reyka's murder, but evidence shows he had someone throw away three of his guns. Divers recovered two of the guns, which does not match the crime, and the third is still missing. Despite Johnson's charges, Kiara Walker, a jail technician, is accused of romancing Johnson in jail. She is accused of smuggling him a cell phone, sending him sexually explicit photos and love texts.

"Particularly disturbing," Broward County Sheriff Al Lamberti said, when asked about the findings in the investigation. "It's disgusting, it's deplorable, and I'm sickened that they would resort to this kind of behavior."

(Pictured above: left, Kiara Walker, a deputy jail technician accused of romancing a suspect in the murder of a police officer in jail; center, Former deputy Salisia Pascoe; and Former Deputy Roderick Lopez.)

Former deputy Salisia Pascoe admitted to smuggling marijuana and batteries to make a lighter, along with a cell phone to an inmate whom she had sex with in a storage room. Former Deputy Roderick Lopez, is also accused of taking up to $800 in bribes to smuggle contraband to an inmate in the same main Broward County jail. Two other deputies who are under investigation have since resigned. Caroline Jean, a former nurse at the jail, admitted to providing a cell phone with sexually explicit photos to an inmate.

"The males appear to be doing it for cash and the females appear to be doing it for romance," said Broward Sheriff's Office Detective Joe Kessling. As a result of the investigation, which continues, Lamberti has ordered several changes. Deputies and other employees will have to go through metal detectors. He has also ordered more surveillance cameras and tougher regulations.

Lieutenant Kurt Marcus!


January 07, 2011 4:25 AM

HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. -- Two local mothers said they feel disappointed after learning of a potential plea deal in Lincoln County for a former police officer who is accused of indecent liberties with minors. Corrupt Justice™ is not identifying the women in order to protect the identities of their daughters. The mothers of the two girls involved said they understand the need for a plea agreement, but that Marcus should face a stiffer punishment as a police officer.

“Sadly, the justice system, I feel, is broken,” one mother said.

Kurt Marcus, is a former police lieutenant with Huntersville Police Department. Marcus was placed on leave from the Huntersville Police Department in September 2010. He resigned at the end of November 2010. He is charged with four counts of indecent liberties with a minor. He was offered a plea deal in which he would serve four months of active time for pleading guilty to one count of indecent liberties. If found guilty on all counts, the maximum Marcus could be sentenced is 10 months for each count.

The mothers said they trusted and respected Marcus. “He seemed like an almost down to earth, good old country boy from the mountains,” one mother said. Then, they said, they learned that their daughters claimed he touched them at his home in Iron Station. “He is not just your ordinary guy. He's not your neighbor. He is supposed to be somebody to protect you,” one woman said. “I mean, this is somebody you are supposed to trust,” one woman said.

For that reason, the women said they want Marcus to face the full weight of the law. But they understand that because he has no criminal record, he could get off with a few months of prison time. [They conceded] a trial would pit the words of two young girls against that of a 14-year law enforcement veteran.

Javier Alfredo Garces!


January 7, 2011

The trial has been postponed for a former DeKalb County Police officer charged with receiving oral sex while on duty. Javier Alfredo Garces is charged with two counts of aggravated sodomy and one count of violation of oath of office. Garces was on duty when he allegedly forced two women to perform oral sex on him in lieu of arrest, said Erik Burton, a spokesman for the DeKalb County District Attorney’s Office. Garces’ trial was scheduled to start Friday, but was postponed to Jan. 14, 2011. His attorney could not be immediately reached for comment.

POSTED: May 20, 2009
6:20 am EDT


DECATUR, Ga. -- A DeKalb County policeman accused of sodomy is on leave pending the results of an investigation. Bettina Durant, a police representative, said on Tuesday that the charges stemmed from a complaint filed in January that claimed Javier Alfredo Garces, 29, made inappropriate contact while he was on duty. There was no immediate information on the alleged victim. Durant said Garces was charged Monday with two counts of sodomy.

John Haig Marshall!


January 6, 2011 | 10:25 am



A former Redondo Beach reserve police officer faces one felony count of sexual assault for allegedly drugging a man, raping him and shaving his body hair, according to a criminal complaint. John Haig Marshall, 55, (pictured above, center) was arrested in 2009 after the 29-year-old alleged victim said Marshall slipped him a date-rape drug before sexually assaulting him and shaving his body hair. Marshall is free on $100,000 bail, said Jane Robison, spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County district attorney's office. His arraignment is scheduled for Jan. 26 in Torrance Superior Court.

Media sources reported that the alleged victim went for medical treatment to determine if he had contracted a sexually transmitted disease, and that medical workers notified police. The alleged victim reportedly had gone to Marshall’s house in September 2009 to work on his computer when he consumed a drink that incapacitated him. Marshall's attorney told the Daily Breeze that his client may have taken a consensual shower with the alleged victim, but that Marshall "has never committed a sexual act against anybody that was not a willing participant." Marshall had been a reserve police officer for portions of 1980 and 1981, the paper reported.

Quevius Thornton!


January 05, 2011

A DeKalb police officer is in jail Wednesday on charges of sexual misconduct with a 15-year-old girl, authorities said. Quevius Thornton, 29, was arrested and placed on administrative leave following an investigation by DeKalb police detectives. Thornton is charged with two counts of statutory rape, one count of aggravated child molestation and one count of child molestation, according to DeKalb police. DeKalb detectives began investigating Thornton’s actions based on information received earlier in the week, police said. Thornton was arrested Tuesday. Thornton joined the DeKalb police department in 2008.

“Once these allegations were brought to light swift action was taken. This type of officer (pictured left) misconduct is inexcusable. It’s inherent in order to maintain the public’s trust that our officers serve with great character and honor," Chief William O’Brien said in a statement. Police did not provide any additional information and have declined interviews with the media.

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