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Tuesday, December 31, 2019

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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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

[NYPD] Officer Valerie Cincinelli arrested for planning 2 domestic hits

New York City Police Officer Valerie Cincinelli is accused of paying for a hit on her estranged husband and her boyfriend's 15 year old daughter. She had priors:

...Chillingly, in March 2018, Cincinelli allegedly threatened DiRubba, telling him: “I hope your daughter dies”... Cincinelli was accused of calling DiRubba on the phone in violation of an order of protection from Queens Family Court, and was arrested for second degree aggravated harassment and criminal contempt in the first degree...

NYPD COP ALLEGEDLY TRIED TO HIRE HIT MAN TO KILL HER HUSBAND
May 17, 2019
[Excerpts] An NYPD cop was busted by the FBI on Friday in an alleged murder-for-hire plot that targeted her estranged husband... Officer Valerie Cincinelli, 34, is accused of using her boyfriend to hire a hit man in the failed scheme... Cincinelli, who was hired in 2007, was A DOMESTIC-VIOLENCE OFFICER assigned to the 106th Precinct in Queens when she became involved with a local man she met on the job... She was stripped of her badge and gun in 2017 after she ended the relationship and the man told the Internal Affairs Bureau that Cincinelli had spent time at his Howard Beach home while on duty... It’s unclear if that man — who was described as an older “sugar daddy” who paid for Cincinelli’s car and other bills — is the same one in the alleged murder-for-hire plot. Cincinelli’s husband, Isaiah Carvalho Jr., sued her for divorce in Nassau County Supreme Court last year, with a trial set for June... Cincinelli’s father, who lives in Virginia, called the allegations against her “bulls–t”... [Full article here]

INSIDE NYPD COP VALERIE CINCINELLI’S ALLEGED MURDER-FOR-HIRE PLOT
May 17, 2019
[Excerpts] An NYPD cop gave her boyfriend $7,000 to hire a hitman to kill her estranged husband — and the lover’s own teenage daughter... Officer Valerie Cincinelli was even fooled into thinking her hubby had been offed — thanks to a photo authorities staged... Cincinelli, a 34-year-year mom of two, hatched the scheme in February, when she asked her unidentified boyfriend to hire a hitman, court papers say. But the beau told the FBI and began working as a confidential source... she said he should be killed IN “THE HOOD” OR “THE GHETTO” so “it would not look suspicious”... The boyfriend also said the hitman had located his daughter in New Jersey but “did not want to carry out the murder near a school” court papers say. “Run her the f–k over, how about that,” Cincinelli allegedly responded... Cincinelli — who has a son with Carvalho and a daughter with an ex-husband — wanted her boyfriend’s 15-year-old daughter killed because “she was getting in the way”... [Full article here]

DAD OF NYPD COP IN ALLEGED MURDER-FOR-HIRE PLOT SPEAKS OUT: ‘IT’S NOT HER!’
May 18, 2019
[Excerpt] “It’s not her!” insists the father of the NYPD cop accused of hiring a hitman in a failed plot to kill her estranged husband and her lover’s own teen daughter. “It’s the boyfriend,” the father, who identified himself as Lou Cincinelli, told The Post after rushing from his Virginia home to the Oceanside, NY, home of his daughter, Valerie, on Friday night. “We’ve had trouble with him before,” the dad added, declining to name the boyfriend - whom the feds say wore a wire against his cop girlfriend after she tried to enlist him in her plot to pay a hitman $7,000 to for two contract murders... [Full article here]

THE TWISTED MOTIVE BEHIND THE ALLEGED MURDER-FOR-HIRE PLOT THAT’S ROCKED THE NYPD
May 18, 2019
[Excerpts] ...One of the men at the center of the murder-for-hire plot that has rocked the NYPD is a bald-headed, tracksuit-wearing accused felon whose Orange County bakery was a hangout for TV tough guys... Blue-eyed, Bronx-born John DiRubba, 54, last of Howard Beach, Queens, is the much older on-and-off lover of disgraced Officer Valerie Cincinelli, 34, a married mom of two who on Saturday spent her first full day behind bars, in Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center... Chillingly, in March 2018, Cincinelli allegedly threatened DiRubba, telling him: “I hope your daughter dies”... Cincinelli was accused of calling DiRubba on the phone in violation of an order of protection from Queens Family Court, and was arrested for second degree aggravated harassment and criminal contempt in the first degree, the outlet reported at the time. “You ruined my life. You’ll see what happens to you... You better keep your mouth shut. I hope your daughter dies”... Cincinelli’s dad, Lou, insisted Saturday at his daughter’s Oceanside home that DiRubba was the real culprit. “He just about put the words in her mouth and recorded what he wanted when he wanted,” the angry dad said Saturday... [Full article here]

POLICE OFFICER HIRED HIT MAN TO KILL HER HUSBAND AND A YOUNG GIRL, OFFICIALS SAY
May 19, 2019
[Excerpts] Isaiah Carvalho Jr. woke up on Friday hopeful that his life was about to turn a corner.
Instead, he was told that his estranged wife, a New York City police officer, had been plotting to kill him all winter... The complex scheme hatched by Officer Cincinelli - who once worked in a domestic violence unit in Queens - involved making the death of her husband, who sold fireworks, look like a robbery, and a suggestion that the killer run over the girl with a car near her school... Then on May 13, Officer Cincinelli met with her boyfriend to discuss the two hits, unaware that her boyfriend was wearing a wire. She offered a warped explanation of why the murders would not appear linked... She worked in the 106th Precinct in Queens as a domestic violence officer until 2017, when she was placed on modified duty and reassigned to a unit that monitors surveillance feeds in public housing developments. She was no longer permitted to carry a gun... Officer Cincinelli has also had a tumultuous romantic history. According to the detention memo, her first husband had obtained a restraining order against her; she and Mr. Carvalho, her second husband, had restraining orders against one another. And she had sought a restraining order against her current boyfriend... “There is very strong evidence of guilt of the crimes of trying to get these two individuals murdered,” said Judge Anne Y. Shields of federal court in the Eastern District... [Full article here]
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Saturday, May 4, 2019

[US] 2,307 CASES OF OFFICER INVOLVED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE FOUND BY USA TODAY


WE FOUND 85,000 COPS WHO’VE BEEN INVESTIGATED FOR MISCONDUCT. NOW YOU CAN READ THEIR RECORDS - USA TODAY is leading a national effort to obtain and publish disciplinary and misconduct records for thousands of police officers.
[Excerpts] At least 85,000 law enforcement officers across the USA have been investigated or disciplined for misconduct over the past decade, an investigation by USA TODAY Network found... Reporters from USA TODAY, its 100-plus affiliated newsrooms and the nonprofit Invisible Institute in Chicago have spent more than a year creating the biggest collection of police misconduct records... SEARCH OUR EXCLUSIVE DATABASE BY OFFICER, DEPARTMENT OR STATE... They include 22,924 investigations of officers using excessive force, 3,145 allegations of rape, child molestation and other sexual misconduct and 2,307 cases of domestic violence by officers... The first set of records USA TODAY is releasing is an exclusive nationwide database of about 30,000 people whom state governments banned from the profession by revoking their certification to be law enforcement officers... The list is incomplete because of the absence of records from states such as California, which has the largest number of law enforcement officers in the USA... HELP US INVESTIGATE - The number of police agencies and officers in the USA is so large that the blind spots are vast. We need your help... SHARE YOUR STORIES OF POLICE MISCONDUCT WITH US - We want to hear from you if you believe you’ve encountered misconduct by a law enforcement officer or agency. EMAIL US - You can send tips and records about an officer or agency to policetips@usatoday.com - Need anonymity or security? Send records and tips to us via SecureDrop... Reporters need help getting documents – and other kinds of tips – from the public, watchdog groups, researchers and even officers and prosecutors themselves. If you have access to citizen complaints about police, internal affairs investigation records, secret settlement deals between agencies and departing officers or anything that sheds light on how agencies police their officers, we want to hear from you... [Full article here]
Contributing: James Pilcher and Eric Litke... Reporting and analysis: Mark Nichols, John Kelly, Eric Litke, James Pilcher, Aaron Hegarty, Andrew Ford, Brett Kelman, John Kelly, Matt Wynn, Steve Reilly, Megan Cassidy, Ryan Martin, Jonathan Anderson, Andrew Wolfson, Bethany Bruner, Benjamin Lanka, Gabriella Novello, Mark Hannan...
Updated 2:04 p.m. PDT May 1, 2019
Originally Published 6:15 p.m. PDT Apr. 24, 2019
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Saturday, April 27, 2019

[IN] Warrior: "I don't want somebody else to go through what I went through"

...[Artist Jenna] Deichman hopes her story will encourage others to speak out instead of downplaying and internalizing their experiences...

IMPD OFFICER WAS ABLE TO 'WALK AWAY WITH ALL HIS GUNS' AFTER DOMESTIC ABUSE, WOMAN SAYS
Indianapolis Star
Ryan Martin and James Briggs
April 3, 2019
[Excerpts] The longtime girlfriend of an Indianapolis police officer says she suffered verbal and physical abuse for years. Now, Jenna Deichman wants to know why her call for help didn't lead to an arrest, even though a prosecutor says she believes Deichman. The escalating violent behavior alleged by Deichman, 26, began when officer Corey Holt punched her in the thigh... Deichman's fears, she said, reached a new high Jan. 19. She called 911 to report that Holt had lifted her up by the collar, knuckles pressing into her neck... She had returned to the home she co-owns with Holt to collect the rest of her belongings... With IMPD officers standing by, Deichman said, Holt packed as many as 20 guns into his car and drove away... Deichman lay awake in her hotel room that night, terrified... Deichman, whose father and grandfather were cops, said she is sharing her story after months of reflection and therapy because she wants to give a voice to women who feel powerless and depend on law enforcement officers such as her ex-boyfriend to respond with empathy when called. Deichman's desire to talk about her experience, plus documentation of the Jan. 19 incident, make her case a rare window into allegations of intimate partner violence committed by law enforcement officers. Domestic violence is under-reported. Research is sparse on how widespread it is among police officers and what consequences they face... It is unclear why IMPD officers did not arrest Holt. It's also unclear why they did not seize his weapons, which they have discretion to do under Indiana law and IMPD policy. IMPD Chief Bryan Roach, through a spokesman, declined an interview request... Laura Berry, executive director of the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, believes IMPD failed to follow its own policy by letting Holt walk away, a choice that can affect victims' willingness to report abuse... Detective John Green of IMPD's special investigations unit led the criminal investigation and submitted his findings to Janna Skelton, a deputy prosecutor at the Marion County prosecutor's office. Skelton did not file criminal charges against Holt... Green declined an interview request... It's unclear whether Green and Skelton investigated Holt's alleged behavior... An Ohio judge granted a temporary protective order against Holt. Now Deichman is seeking a permanent one, but Holt is fighting that in court... Deichman, meanwhile, worries that her protective order will not be granted because the deputy prosecutor in Indianapolis declined to pursue criminal charges... Deichman said her family and friends are supporting her as she starts over and prepares to attend graduate school [Full article here]


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IMPD OFFICER ACCUSED OF ABUSING AND INTIMIDATING HIS EX-GIRLFRIEND HAS BEEN FIRED
Indianapolis Star
Ryan Martin and James Briggs
April 26, 2019
[Excerpts] An Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officer has been fired for failing to turn over a collection of firearms after being accused of domestic violence by his former girlfriend. A temporary protective order issued in his former girlfriend's home state required the officer, 26-year-old Corey Holt, to surrender his weapons. But when a supervisor served the order, Holt "acknowledged" only one shotgun... IMPD later confiscated another 12 guns after learning of their existence in an IndyStar investigation... On April 18, at the end of an internal affairs investigation, Roach said he fired Holt for lying to his supervisors and for violating the terms of the temporary protective order... The IndyStar investigation, published this month, described 10 years of alleged abuse by Holt. Jenna Deichman, his former girlfriend, said Holt used his police training and equipment to intimidate her, including times when he used a neck chop or pressed his knee into her chest — physical tactics he learned at the academy — or wielded his police Taser in their home to scare Deichman and her dog... Something happened between the two when Deichman returned Jan. 19 to collect her belongings. She called 911 to report that Holt had lifted her up by the collar, knuckles pressing into her neck. In court documents, Holt's attorney said the allegations of domestic abuse on Jan. 19 are untrue... IMPD policy urges officers to arrest the "predominant aggressor" on domestic battery calls, but officers did not arrest Holt that day... While sitting in her U-Haul outside of Holt's home, with officers in control of the crime scene, Deichman said she watched Holt carry a collection of guns from their home and place them in a vehicle before driving away... IndyStar asked Roach whether an internal investigation found that officers allowed Holt to move his weapons. "No information was brought to light through the course of the IA investigation that any officer witnessed Holt transport his personal firearms," Roach said in a statement. "Unless there are witnesses who have not yet come forward, the IA investigation found no evidence of investigating officers acting inappropriately"... [Full article here]
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Thursday, February 21, 2019

[CA] Not forgetting - LASD Sheriff's Deputy Cecilia Maria Hoschet

Cecilia Hoschet with her son.
Her life stolen on September 6, 2015

The night that Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Cecilia Hoschet was fatally shot by her firefighter husband she had told him that she wanted a separation. Los Angeles County Firefighter James M. Taylor fatally shot her then took their 6-year-old son to a relative’s home before shooting and killing himself at the fire station where he worked.

Cece Maria is remembered as a loving mother and a compassionate first-responder with an infectious laugh. Always smiling, she loved country music, Hello Kitty and being outdoors.



FIREFIGHTER ACCUSED OF KILLING DEPUTY WIFE THEN TAKING HIS OWN LIFE
September 7, 2015
[Excerpts] Detectives believe a firefighter shot his wife, an off-duty sheriff’s deputy, dead at their La CaƱada Flintridge home and later took his own life. Deputies were sent around 10 p.m. on Sunday to a home located in the 5000 block of Crown Avenue after passersby told police they heard a woman screaming and sobbing... The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department identified her as Cecilia Hoschet, a deputy sheriff who worked for their department for the past two years at the Inmate Reception Center of the L.A. County jail... “Today is a sad day for all public safety personnel in L.A. County,” LACFD Chief Daryl L. Osby said. “On behalf of the entire Fire Department, we extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends facing the pain of their loss. Our thoughts are with everyone who was impacted by this tragedy.” According to deputies, the couple’s 6-year-old son was home during the shooting, but was not injured... [Full article here]


SHERIFF DEPUTY IDENTIFIED IN LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE SUSPECTED MURDER-SUICIDE
Monday, September 07, 2015
[Excerpts] A Los Angeles County firefighter-paramedic fatally shot his wife, a sheriff's deputy, at their residence in La Canada Flintridge Sunday night before taking his own life at a fire facility in Pacoima...The couple's 6-year-old son was inside the home at the time of the altercation and shooting. The suspect dropped his son off at his grandparent's home and then drove to a Los Angeles County fire facility in the 12600 block of Osborne Street in Pacoima, where he killed himself... Sheriff's homicide Lt. Dave Coleman called the incident "tragic... It's tough on everybody, responding deputies, certainly the families are going to be severely affected by it, and our great concern right now is the well-being of the child," Coleman said. "We don't know if he witnessed the incident. He's with family and we'll interview the child at a later time"... [Full article here]


DEPUTY TOLD FIREFIGHTER HUSBAND SHE WANTED TO SEPARATE ON NIGHT OF MURDER-SUICIDE, SHERIFF’S OFFICIALS SAY
September 15, 2015
UPDATED: August 28, 2017
[Excerpts] The night she was fatally shot by her firefighter husband in an apparent murder-suicide, Sheriff’s Deputy Cecilia Hoschet told her husband she wanted to separate from him, authorities said Tuesday. Hoschet’s Los Angeles County firefighter/paramedic husband, James Taylor, allegedly shot her in the head with a semi-automatic pistol... “The night of the murder, she did indicate to him that she wanted a separation,” Lt. David Coleman of the Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station said Tuesday... The couple’s son, who was at the house but not believed to be in the room when Hoschet was shot, remains in the care of relatives, Coleman said. [Full article here]


"We lost a wonderful deputy last night. Deputy Cecilia Hoschet impressed everyone she met at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department with her positive and helpful approach to her work. She enjoyed being a deputy and really liked people. She leaves behind a 6-year-old son, whom she loved dearly. She will be missed. Our thanks to the entire public safety community for your condolences to our Sheriff's Department family."
~ Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell



"Today is a sad day for all public safety personnel in Los Angeles County. On behalf of the entire Fire Department, we extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends facing the pain of their loss. Our thoughts are with everyone who was impacted by this tragedy. As we continue to learn more, we thank all of the entities involved for their assistance and will continue to support our brothers and sisters in the Los Angeles County Sheriffs’ Department."
~Los Angeles County Fire Chief Daryl L. Osby



FUNERAL HELD FOR FALLEN DEPUTY
[Excerpts] Santa Clarita – Hundreds of law enforcement officials gathered Wednesday to remember a sheriff's deputy who earlier this month unexpectedly lost her life. Cecilia Hoschet, known to loved ones as "Cee Cee," was remembered as a loving mother and a compassionate first-responder with an infectious laugh. Always smiling, she loved country music, Hello Kitty and being outdoors... Loved ones gathered at Saint Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic Church Wednesday morning for her funeral service, where colleagues called her a "tough cookie" with a sense of humor. Hoschet started the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Academy despite having a fractured foot. Though she bowed out midway, she was placed in the next class, and excelled to the top... At the time of her death, she worked at the Inmate Reception Center of the Los Angeles County jail. Her longterm goal was to join the agency's special enforcement bureau. [Full article here]


CECILIA M. HOSCHET
OBITUARY CONDOLENCES
Hoschet, Cecilia M., Deputy, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, passed away on September 6, 2015. Cecilia joined the Sheriff's Department on November 18, 2013. Her unit of assignment was Inmate Reception Center. All services are at the following location: Saint Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic Church, 22508 Copper Hill Drive, Santa Clarita, CA 91350. The rosary service will be on Tuesday, September 15, 2015, from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm. The praying of the rosary will begin at 6:30 pm. The memorial service will be held on Wednesday, September 16, 2015 at 10:00 am. There will be no graveside service. Submitted by The Sheriffs' Relief Association.
Published in the Los Angeles Times on Sept. 11, 2015


FROM CITY OF SIERRA MADRE
September 8, 2015 ·
The Sierra Madre Fire Department wishes to express our deepest sympathies and condolences to the family and friends of our former colleague Deputy Cecilia Hoschet. Cecilia Hoschet served as a Paramedic II with the SMFD for six years. She resigned her position in 2014 after an extended leave of absence due to her wish to concentrate on her career with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department. During her time with the Fire Department, Cecilia responded to thousands of emergency calls to the residents of Sierra Madre. Cece was a friend and mentor to many on the Department and her loss will be deeply felt by many within this City. Our thoughts and prayers will remain with her six year old son during this tragic time. [LINK]
- Leilani Jimenez: RIP in God's loving care, sending my prayers to your baby boy and family, may the Lord protect your son from the evilness and cruelty of this world...
- Walter T. Hanna: Sad that evil crept into the heart of father of her child.... R.I.P...
- Sandra Peetie: I met you on your first day and saw how brave you were and watched as you always gave 100%. I will never forget your sweet smile and kind heart. You are missed!...
- Ian Adams: Deepest condolences from your brothers and sisters in the Pasadena Fire Dept EMS Reserve...
- Burton Brink So hard to see her gone just as she was starting her career with us at LASD...


A COMMITMENT TO SURVIVORS
Yvette Ortega-Lozano
Director of Intervention and Emergency Services
October 2, 2015 ·
[Excerpts] I have been in the field of Domestic Violence for over 14 years, and throughout my experience there have been many unfortunate reminders of why I, and many of us do the work that we do. On September 6, 2015 Deputy Cecilia Hoschet was shot and killed by her husband. He then took his own life at a fire department building several miles away. Several POV advocates attended the memorial services of Deputy Cecilia Hoschet, offering our condolences to her immediate family and her sheriff family. This beautiful service gave me insight to what an amazing woman she was, all she did for the community and how much she loved her six year old son. I sat and left there with a very heavy heart. I saw Donovan cry for his mommy; this was particularly heartbreaking... Although I never knew Cecilia personally, her tragic death is one that I will always remember. Her story motivates me to remain committed in our efforts to ending violence in our homes, families and communities. I don’t want another child to lose his/her parents the way that little Donovan lost his. I remain committed to our vision, a world without violence where no child is abused, no wife battered, no friend raped. A world without terror, without threats, without wounds from intentional actions... [Full article here]



FIRME FOUNDATION
September 12, 2015 ·
The Firme Family sends its thoughts and prayers to the friends and family of Cece Hoschet. Thank you Cece for being a proud part of our family and always bringing joy to others. You will be dearly missed. RIP

ALLEN HODGE POSTED TO SIERRA MADRE FIREFIGHTERS AND PARAMEDICS ASSOCIATION
July 21, 2017 ·
[Excerpt] ...This Tuesday July 25th, Captain Christmas and the remaining five original Paramedics will be honored at the City Council Meeting. Former Paramedic and Sheriff Deputy Cece Hoschet will be honored as well. She was another original paramedic who later became a deputy. She was tragically murdered 2 years ago during a domestic violence incident. She is missed...


CECILIA M. HOSCHET
Obituary
Hoschet, Cecilia M., Deputy, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, passed away on September 6, 2015. Cecilia joined the Sheriff's Department on November 18, 2013. Her unit of assignment was Inmate Reception Center. All services are at the following location: Saint Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic Church, 22508 Copper Hill Drive, Santa Clarita, CA 91350. The rosary service will be on Tuesday, September 15, 2015, from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm. The praying of the rosary will begin at 6:30 pm. The memorial service will be held on Wednesday, September 16, 2015 at 10:00 am. There will be no graveside service. Submitted by The Sheriffs' Relief Association.
Published in the Los Angeles Times on Sept. 11, 2015

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Tuesday, September 11, 2018

[CT] Police Lt. Tennant assaulted wife for days before taking his family hostage

FROM NEWS: New Haven Connecticut Police Lt. Raghue Tennant has been charged with assault, threatening, risk of injury to a minor and unlawful restraint, assaulting his wife and holding her and their three children hostage before surrendering. SWAT teams responded to Tennant’s New Haven home for a reported barricaded person. Authorities say Tennant’s wife and children were able to leave the house and Tennant surrendered after asking officers for help. POLICE SAID TENNANT ASSAULTED HIS WIFE OVER THE COURSE OF SEVERAL DAYS BEFORE THE STANDOFF. POLICE SAID AN INVESTIGATION REVEALED A “DISTURBING PATTERN OF DOMESTIC ABUSE” by Tennant.
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Wednesday, September 5, 2018

[SC] Ex-cop husband of Judy Orr (Baldwin) arrested, charged with her murder

Judy Orr McWaters (Baldwin)

Ex York Police Officer James Harold Baldwin has been indicted by a grand jury and arrested for the beating death murder of his wife Judy on Dec. 14, 2016 - which he staged as accidental. James initially claimed that Judy had hurt herself falling while putting up Christmas decorations and then was killed in the crash that happened as he tried to get her to the hospital. The indictment says Baldwin “inflicted or caused to be inflicted blunt force trauma” to his wife’s head, causing her death. Family members had pushed for the case to be investigated since Judy was killed. Judy's sister said, “It’s sad that my sister’s life ended in pain.” From Judy's obituary, she was the owner and operator of Judy's Personal Touch, a member of Woodward Baptist Church, a member of the church's Women's Missionary Union, and member and secretary of the Carolina Thunder Christian Motorcycle Club. James Baldwin had also formerly been a police officer at the Columbia Police Department and a police dispatcher for the Chester County Sheriff’s Office. Since Judy's death James Baldwin is also accused of burning down a roommate’s trailer in York County, then trying to defraud the insurance company after the fire. Those charges are also still pending. [Google him here to follow his court case]
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