Friday, January 27, 2023

Tag: police corruption

The city where investigations of police take so long, officers kill...

A California city’s flawed handling of fatal police shootings allowed six officers to use deadly force again before their first cases were decided. Experts say the department’s system "isn’t even basement standard practice” and needs oversight.

Police chief arrested for selling meth

"DEA and our law enforcement partners will hold drug dealers accountable no matter who they are."

Police chief resigns following Internal Affairs investigation

Both reports found that Captain Rochelet Commond did not commit insubordination, while Riviera Beach Police Chief Nathan Osgood “deviated from proper procedure.”

TSA officer arrested for attempting to smuggle meth through LAX

If convicted, Williams would face a statutory maximum sentence of 20 years in federal prison.

Former NY police chief charged and 3 officers suspended

“It appears that GPD responding officers and others may not have responded appropriately.”

Oklahoma cops charged with hiding evidence from gang shooting

They are scheduled for a jury trial in late January.

Missouri police officer sentenced to probation after killing 4-year-old girl

“I would like to say I am very sorry. If I could go back and do it over I would.”

Former sheriff’s lieutenant pleads guilty to stealing $30K

“The appalling criminal actions of former Lt. Scott Pillow revealed his lack of integrity and greed.”

Innocent mother beaten by Philly cops on video filing lawsuit

Attorneys representing the victim have confirmed she is filing a civil rights case against the police department.

Former deputy constable admits to transporting drug money and heroin

Betty Molina received approximately $30,000 after she and her husband, Henry Molina, obtained several thousands of dollars in drug proceeds.

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