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Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Keeping this display of officer-involved domestic violence fatalities on top from now on...

The Officer-Involved Domestic Violence (OIDV) Fatalities photo presentation that was here has been deleted by ROCKYOU.com, where it had been hosted and streamed from. A screencaptured copy is here on LaneJudson.com - the site it was originally compiled for.

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[U.S.] Too Many Said-Suicides of Law Enforcement Officer's wives, girlfriends, dates, and ex's


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Friday, June 29, 2018

[FL] Officer Rosario caught on tape assaulting his daughter due back to court August 13th


Miami-Dade Police Officer Raymond Emilio Rosario was caught on school security camera pulling his daughter's hair, whipping her with a belt, and hitting her in the face. School office employees did not intervene, one saying she was pregnant and feared for her unborn baby. Rosario is charged with child abuse, suspended with pay from the Miami-Dade Police Department, and ordered to stay away from his daughter and ex-wife until at least his next hearing, which is scheduled for Aug. 13.
...If the plea agreement avoids a criminal conviction on his record, he possibly could return to work....
A COP'S DAUGHTER GOT IN TROUBLE AT SCHOOL. BUT HE'S THE ONE WHO ENDED UP BEHIND BARS.
Updated April 04, 2018
[Excerpts] When Miami-Dade police officer Raymond Rosario got a call that his 14-year-old daughter "disrespected her teacher," Rosario headed to the school and asked that the teen be sent to the main office... he "slapped the victim in the face, grabbed the victim's hair, and hit the victim with a belt on her legs," police said. Rosario surrendered to police Monday and was booked into Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center, according to an arrest report. He faces a charge of child abuse... [Full article here]


NEW VIDEO HAS SURFACED OF A MIAMI-DADE POLICE OFFICER BEATING UP HIS 14-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER INSIDE PINECREST COVE PREPARATORY ACADEMY'S MAIN OFFICE
Updated May 14, 2018
[Excerpts] New video has surfaced of [Miami-Dade police officer Raymond Rosario] beating up his 14-year-old daughter inside her school's main office... The silent footage shows Rosario slapping the girl across the face, aggressively pulling her by the hair and whipping her with a belt on her legs as school employees sit a few feet away... [Full article here]

[Silent school tape, short version]

VIDEO SHOWS NOBODY STOPPING POLICE OFFICER FROM BEATING DAUGHTER AT SCHOOL
May 10, 2018
[Excerpts] ...Susie Dopico, the Pinecrest Cove Preparatory Academy principal, didn't explain why the school employees didn't intervene, or why one of them appeared to have a smirk on her face. They eventually reported the incident to the Florida Department of Children and Families. [Miami-Dade police officer Raymond Emilio] Rosario, who has a position at the airport, surrendered to authorities for child abuse with no great bodily harm... The Miami-Dade Police Department suspended Rosario with pay. [Full article here]

[Silent school tape, long version]

HEARING RESET FOR MIAMI-DADE COP CHARGED WITH CHILD ABUSE
May 11, 2018 at 6:15 pm
[Excerpts] ...The video shows two women in the office during the incident who failed to intervene on the girl’s behalf. The school released a statement that referred only to one witness to the incident, although the security video shows two women in the office at the time. This statement was released through Academica, the charter school’s management company: “The school followed procedure in response to the unfortunate incident which occurred in the office. The witness reported the incident to administration as soon as the parent left the premises and the school immediately reported it to the Department of Children and Families who contacted law enforcement. The school is continuing to investigate the incident and protocol. The parent, who is a police officer and who often visited the school in uniform, surrendered himself to authorities. The person witnessing the act is an expectant mother who was unsure if the parent had a weapon. She says that at the time she feared for the safety of the victim as well as that of her unborn child”... His plea hearing has now been set for May 15th. Rosario, a 24-year veteran, has been suspended with pay since his arrest. If the plea agreement avoids a criminal conviction on his record, he possibly could return to work. [Full article here]

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JUDGE ORDERS MIAMI-DADE POLICE OFFICER TO STAY AWAY FROM DAUGHTER HE'S ACCUSED OF ABUSING
May 15, 2018
[Excerpts] A Miami-Dade police officer who was captured on surveillance video beating his 14-year-old daughter at school appeared in court Tuesday, where a judge [Lisa Walsh] told him to stay away from his daughter and her mother. "What happened was that the judge issued a stay-away order between my client, Mr. Rosario, and his ex-wife and his daughter. That is standard in these types of cases whenever there's any type of allegation of abuse or any type of violence or so forth," defense attorney Eric Padron said. The judge told Officer Raymond Emilio Rosario that he is not to have any contact with his daughter or his ex-wife in person or via phone, text message, email or through a third party... According to an arrest report, the video shows him striking his daughter in the face, grabbing her by the hair and hitting the back of her legs with a belt as two employees sat aside doing nothing to stop the officer. Susie Dopico, the principal of Pinecrest Cove Preparatory Academy, didn't explain why the school employees didn't intervene or why one of them appeared to have a smirk on her face. They eventually reported the incident to the Florida Department of Children and Families... "He just wants to resolve this issue as quickly as possible," Padron said... His next court hearing is scheduled for Aug. 13. [Full article here]
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Monday, June 18, 2018

[TN] Officer Oister's domestic charge dropped despite wife's injuries

No reason is being shared with the public about why the 2017 domestic assault charge against Chattanooga Police Officer James Oister has been dropped by the District Attorney. He has been and continues to be on paid administrative leave. The internal investigation commences.

...When [T.O.] said she would start recording his behavior, James Oister grabbed her by the arm with one hand and by her throat with the other, the arrest affidavit says. Then he pinned her against a door... She said he threw her into a cabinet beside the door, causing her to hit her head and fall to the floor... the three children then tried to put themselves between her and Oister... She said as Oister left he threw some gifts and also punched a hole in the wall... [T.O.] had red marks on her neck and a cut on her lower lip... a bruise on her left foot and the right side of her forehead...

UPDATE: CHARGES DROPPED FOR CHATTANOOGA POLICE OFFICER IN 2017 INCIDENT -- Oister is still on administrative leave pending the CPD Internal Affairs investigation of the incident.
June 14th 2018
UPDATE: Charges made against a Chattanooga police officer [James R. Oister] for a reported 2017 incident have been dropped by the District Attorney... Oister is still on administrative leave pending the CPD Internal Affairs investigation... A witness statement backed up what the victim reported...  [Full article here]

DOMESTIC ASSAULT CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST CHATTANOOGA POLICE OFFICER
June 14th, 2018
Charges were dropped against a Chattanooga police officer Thursday from a Christmas Day domestic assault incident, according to online court records... The police department launched an internal affairs investigation and Oister was put on paid administrative leave. Though the criminal charges have been dropped, Chattanooga police spokeswoman Elisa Myzal said Oister will remain on administrative leave, and the internal affairs investigation will proceed now that there has been a disposition in the criminal case... [Full article here]

2017 NEWS

CHATTANOOGA POLICE OFFICER ON PAID LEAVE AFTER DOMESTIC ASSAULT ARREST
December 27th, 2017
A Chattanooga police officer is on paid administrative leave after being arrested for simple domestic assault on Christmas Day... Oister went to his estranged wife's house in Harrison to watch their children open presents on Christmas and became argumentative... When [T.O.]  said she would start recording his behavior, James Oister grabbed her by the arm with one hand and by her throat with the other, the arrest affidavit says. Then he pinned her against a door and threw her into a cabinet... Officers said [T.O.]  had red marks on her neck and a cut on her lower lip...  a bruise on her left foot and the right side of her forehead... [Full article here]

CITY POLICE OFFICER CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING ESTRANGED WIFE
December 28, 2017
A city police officer [James R. Oister] has been charged with assaulting his estranged wife... He was placed on leave pending the outcome of the case. County deputies who investigated the case said the estranged wife stated that Oister came to her home to see the kids for Christmas. She said their three children were present for the incident... She said he threw her into a cabinet beside the door, causing her to hit her head and fall to the floor. She said her uncle tried to get him away from her, but Oister told the uncle to "back the f--- off." She said Oister tried to pick her up by her clothes while she was on the ground. The estranged wife said the three children then tried to put themselves between her and Oister. She said as he was walking away, the eight-year-old middle child, kicked her father... She said as Oister left he threw some gifts and also punched a hole in the wall... [Full article here]
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Tuesday, June 5, 2018

[TX] SAPD Officer Sepanski arrested for arm-choking wife

Yesterday San Antonio Police Officer Michael Sepanski was arrested for family violence after his wife - with visible injuries - told responding Bexar County Sheriff’s deputies that Sepanski used his forearm to restrict her airway and interrupt her breathing. He initially fled the home. He's on admin leave. [Google him here]     
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Wednesday, May 30, 2018

[UT] Ex Trooper Mike Pope beat family and threatened to kill all, including the kids



This woman fought for the life of her children, her parents and herself and probably saved them all. Praying for her safety - that there is some way of finding protection.

Police ID suspect - a former UHP trooper - in custody after Clinton standoff
May 28, 2018
...[Former Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Mike] Pope’s wife tried to shut the front door, but he pushed in, “made his way into the house and grabbed (his estranged wife) by the hair and put the gun to (her) head.” Pope also pointed the gun at his wife’s mother and father and two of the children, the statement says. Pope’s in-laws tried to pull Pope off their daughter, and Pope pushed his father-in-law into a curio cabinet, which injured the man’s head. Pope’s wife told police that her estranged husband pointed the gun at all adults and juveniles present. Pope’s mother-in-law tried to call 911 twice, the probable cause statement says. In both cases, which occurred in different rooms, Pope punched her in the face and destroyed the phones... “Michael told (his wife) again he was going to kill everyone in the house. (Juvenile) C.P. stood in front of (her), and Michael pushed C.P. to the ground holding onto C.P.’s hair... His wife “then pushed Michael out of the house while saying he was going to kill everyone in the house... Full article here]

Currently Mike Pope is charged with
aggravated burglary, 6 counts of aggravated kidnapping, 5 counts of aggravated assault, discharge of a firearm, shooting in the direction of a person, 3 counts of domestic violence in the presence of a child, serious injury/weapon, and damage/interrupt communications device.

Folks might wonder why post about former law enforcement personnel - isn't the problem over? Not for those who perpetrate and the people close to them. Ex officers have all the training and commanding presence, likely mad or depressed about losing their job, and may perceive themselves as having less to lose, less to live for. Mike here told the arriving officers to shoot him.
They didn't,
but it shows how dangerous Pope is right now.

And this isn't new.
Maybe worse, but not new.
How long can people live this afraid?

From 2015:
12 Utah police officers disciplined for lying, drinking, other offenses
...The Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training Council disciplined 12 current or former officers at its quarterly meeting... Utah Highway Patrol, Michael Pope, 2 1/2-year suspension for domestic violence in the presence of a child... [Full article here]
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[TX] THIS time Sheriff's Deputy Miller is jailed for assaulting his wife.

Dallas County Sheriff's Deputy Jason Glen Miller, a warrant investigator with the county sheriff's office,  was arrested and charged with assault causing bodily injury to a family member. He has been with the department for a couple of decades and now is being held on $10,000 bond in the neighboring Kaufman County jail.

From news: "According to the arrest warrant affidavit, the suspect kicked in the front door of his house to gain access early Wednesday morning after being locked out by his wife. An argument continued from inside the house to the driveway. After the argument escalated, Miller struck his wife several times 'with a closed fist in her eye.' Miller left the scene prior to the arrival of Kaufman County deputies... Miller has been an officer for nearly 20 years, starting with the department in November of 1999. He works as warrant execution investigator and a member of the department’s tactical team... An internal affairs investigation has been started and that Miller’s 'termination is pending.' Neighbors and law enforcement sources confirmed that there have been numerous calls to law enforcement in the past for family and domestic violence issues at the home in the Windmill Farms neighborhood." [Follow up on Google here]
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[WA] Seattle Police in standoff with King Co. Deputy Parsons after domestic call


An unnamed King County sheriff's deputy who was already on admin leave and under investigation is barricaded in a standoff with Seattle police and SWAT on Capital Hill Seattle near the intersection of Olive Street and Belmont Avenue. It started as a domestic violence call to the apartment building this morning. A news conference less than an hour ago said anyone else in the apartment was able to get out and the other residents are evacuated. Police have fired flash-bang grenades and are trying to negotiate. At first they commanded him with a bulllhorn to come out with hands up, then started telling him they want to help him and get him services. In progress. Google update here.


TWITTER: Seattle Police Dept.
@SeattlePD
PIO's Michaud and Whitcomb will be heading to Boren and Pine in regards to a barricaded person at a nearby apartment. Please expect additional traffic or detours due to police activity in the area. @SeattlePD will not be confirming details about the suspect at this time.
10:29 AM - 30 May 2018

UPDATES on 13 hour standoff

[Excerpts] ...A Seattle police SWAT team breached several doors in a Capitol Hill apartment Wednesday afternoon, ending a 13-hour standoff involving a King County sheriff’s deputy accused of assaulting his domestic partner, according to police... the SWAT team detonated small charges to blow the locks and sent a remote-controlled robot into the suspect’s apartment... The SWAT team arrested the suspect in the bathroom around 3 p.m. and the man was treated for cuts to his hands but was otherwise unhurt... [Full article here]

[Excerpts] ...Officers got a report of domestic violence at around 1:30 a.m. in the 1600 block of Belmont Avenue. A man came into the east precinct to report that his boyfriend, a King County Sheriff's deputy, had assaulted him, according to a Seattle police blotter report. The victim suffered only mild, if any, injury, Seattle Police spokesman Detective Patrick Michaud said. When officers got to the apartment, the deputy refused to come out and then sprayed pepper spray under the door. [Full article here]

May 31, 2018, 4:18
[Excerpts] Police say the 13-hour standoff with a King County Sheriff’s deputy at a Capitol Hill apartment building started with an alleged domestic violence assault over a fight about groceries and sex...  “While officers were in the hallway they attempted to talk through the door with Parsons,” the report reads. “Suddenly, O/C Spray (aka Pepper Spray) started being sprayed from inside Parsons apartment along the seals of the door, therefore being sprayed out into the hallway where the 5 on-scene officers were”... Parsons told officers he had a shotgun and refused to leave his unit... Following the long standoff and arrest, police have made it a point to say that Parsons received no special treatment because he is a member of law enforcement... In court proceedings Thursday, probable cause was found for five counts of assault for the pepper spray attack on police and a domestic violence assault charge. His bail was set at $15,000. [Full article here]

May 31, 2018, 4:29 PM
[Excerpts] ...Seattle Police officers responded to Berdon Parsons’ apartment early Thursday morning, after his boyfriend came into the East Precinct to report Parsons had assaulted him by physically preventing him from leaving their residence... Officers attempted to contact Parsons by phone, knowing the sheriff’s deputy had tactical training and believing there were likely firearms inside, according to a police report. The report states Parsons declined to come out for officers, and told the sergeant on the phone that he had a shotgun. Parsons joined the King County Sheriff’s Office in December 2015, but has been on administrative leave since March 26 for a fitness-for-duty evaluation... Parsons was arrested on five counts of investigation of assault against police officers — one for each officer reported hit with pepper spray — and one charge of domestic violence (assault)... Bail was set at $15,000... His next court appearance is set for June 4... [Full article here]
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