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Monday, July 11, 2016

REWARD FOR INFO IN DEATHS OF JOHN HAYWARD, VICKI LEE FRIEDLI, AND REBECCA FRIEDLI


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[CA] Killer of Becky, Vicki and Jon has still not been found
...Riverside County Sheriff's Department has not released any information on the triple homicide. The coroner's office has still only identified the body of Becky Friedli... Becky's father is a Riverside County Sheriff's Deputy. That has had some neighbors saying they're worried...

Reward posted in triple murder

Reward posted in triple murder
April 20, 2009

SACRAMENTO--A $50,000 reward has been posted for information that will solve the murders of three people in their San Jacinto Mountains home.

The money comes through Governor Schwarzenegger's reward program.

It applies to the deaths of John Hayward, his long-time girlfriend Vickie Friedli and her 18-year-old daughter, Rebecca, one September night in 2006.

They were killed and their Pinyon Pines home was deliberately set on fire.

Investigators discounted a murder-suicide, but never determined a motive.

Riverside County Sheriff Stanley Sniff requested the reward which will not expire and will be paid only upon conviction of the accused.

Sunday, May 31, 2015

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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The blog has gotten so big, with thousands of posts here, that the search box at the very top of the page sometimes does not find the posts. There is another search box under the heading that can handle it and always works.
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Saturday, April 25, 2015

[FL] Coral Springs Officer Degerdon arrested on domestic violence

Coral Springs police officer Stephen Degerdon was on his way to being fired in 2011 after being charged with two counts of battery on a suspect... his termination was recommended ... but???

CORAL SPRINGS POLICE OFFICER ARRESTED ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHARGE - Stephen Degerdon, 32, accused of dragging wife out of car, taking off with son
Local 10
Apr 23 2015
[Excerpts]  A Coral Springs police officer was arrested Wednesday after dragging his wife out their car and driving off with their 1-year-old son, deputies said. Stephen Degerdon, 32, faces a charge of domestic battery. According to a Broward Sheriff's Office arrest report, Degerdon got into an argument with his wife and punched a hole in the kitchen wall... deflated the air out of her car's two front-side tires with a crowbar... grabbed some of their son's belongings and diaper bag and placed him in his car. Deputies said the victim got into the backseat but Degerdon grabbed her right arm and "violently pulled her out of the vehicle." They said he then drove off with their child... Degerdon was clear on his way to being fired from the Coral Springs Police Department in 2011 after being charged with two counts of battery on a suspect... his termination was recommended by Chief Duncan Foster... He completed six months of probation in that case... Broward County Judge John Hurley ordered Degerdon to be at least 500 feet away from his wife and only have indirect contact with her if it involves their child. Degerdon must also surrender any weapons he owns or permits to carry such weapons...  [Full article here]

COP FACES DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHARGE AFTER ARGUMENT WITH WIFE
Sun Sentinel
April 24, 2015
[Excerpts] Coral Springs police officer previously convicted of two counts of battery is again behind bars — this time on a domestic violence charge... [Officer Degerdon's wife] filed for divorce April 10... Degerdon told his wife she wasn't taking their son with her for the night. He punched a hole in the kitchen wall, then stormed out of the house and took a crowbar to two of his wife's car's tires, deflating them... The officer then went back into the house as the two continued to argue and began gathering the child's belongings and a diaper bag... Degerdon was being held Thursday on $5,000 bond... "He's on administrative leave, with pay, as of today," Coral Springs police Lt. Joe McHugh... Degerdon earns $68,217 a year and has worked for the agency since October 2005. McHugh said he could not discuss the officer further because the agency will open an internal affairs investigation and is prohibited by state law from talking about such cases. Degerdon had previously been accused of choking a man who was a suspect in a car burglary. The booking video shows Degerdon saying to him: "Do you think it's a good idea to call a police officer an idiot? Let me tell you something, when you get out, be sure that I will come to your house." Degerdon told investigators he did not mean that as a threat...  [Full article here]
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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

I've been on family hiatus but I'm back to OIDV

Here's what I posted on the OIDV Network facebook page this morning before the sun rose:

Police Officer-Involved Domestic Violence Network
13 hours ago

The words in the box here before I type ask "What have you been up to?" I've been gone so long that made me feel guilty. I'm all readjusted now, health is good (thank you God), and I have gone through the fire of my youngest (man) child leaving for college. First I was savoring the end of family life for the past few months. I thought I'd be back here doing what I do as soon as he went out the door but adjusting to him being gone and my new living situation took it's toll. I knew at the end I'd come out of it a butterfly - and that's just how I feel now. Let's get back to it. 

OH THE DIFFERENCE A DAY MAKES. When Mike Brown in Ferguson Missouri was shot and killed suddenly the whole world was looking at U.S. use of force, officer-involved shootings, military equipment being used by law enforcement agencies - and OH, just about every misbehaving (or criminal) officer was spotlighted even more than before. That's good and that's bad. 

It's wonderful that attention is paid to the misconduct that is getting out of control and the militarization of police - but it's bad because the HATERS CAME OUT LIKE KLAN. OH mah goodness. It was a feeding frenzy online against any officer - people even feeling free to CELEBRATE COP KILLERS/ SERIAL KILLERS - with NO ONE OBJECTING! I can't take the haterz. Anyone who groups ALL of any kind of people - be it by race, gender, job, sexual identity, anything - and judges all of them by the behaviors of some of them is a bigot or so close to being one. [Be careful because your brain might stay like that.]

I hold a thousand moments in my mind of officers putting their lives on the line also, and losing their lives for strangers or for putting on their uniform - so this is not the place to hate. Not this page. There's a lot of other pages that welcome haterz so no one's depriving anyone voice. I have documented thousands of abuse cases in 4 groups over 11 years - and STILL, even with all the murders and domestic brutality of individuals, terroristic sometimes gang like behaviors of some departments - there is NO WAY to put that on all officers without being stupid.

Anyway, it's an optimum time to speak out for justice and change. Tis the right season to make noise for good and to remember the lost out loud. 

Tomorrow is busy but no later than Wednesday morning 

Monday, August 25, 2014

[MI] Officer Chambers alleged "mistress" shot by Mrs. Chambers. (Police wonder if it was accidental?)

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Cop's Wife Shoots Reported Mistress After Finding Woman Overnight With Husband On Boat
WXYZ
Kim Craig
Aug 20, 2014
[Excerpts] Detroit Police Officer Kevin Chambers, 58, was on the boat with his reported mistress when his wife walked in carrying her 38 caliber revolver... We're told Detroit Police investigators are trying to get to the bottom of exactly happened next... Detroit Police say their investigators are trying to determine if the shooting was intentional or an accident... Police had told Action News that the officer's wife was locked up pending a possible arraignment, but we learned late Wednesday afternoon that the officer's wife was not in custody and had not been arrested... they don't have probable cause to think it was anything other than an accident. Police say they are investigating the possibility that officer Chambers tried to grab his wife's gun and it accidentally discharged causing a round to strike his reported mistress... [Full article here]

NOTES.
A 4a.m. accidental shooting at their boat's marina when his wife finds him with another woman? They what - wrestled for the gun? Was he the intended target? Why is he still an officer after his unpaid suspension in 2006 and after the felony warrant for him in 2008 (see below)? How many years did Officer Chambers spend on unpaid suspension besides the time we know about (see below)? How many unreported incidents has he had if these incidents that I could find are so under-reported? And one more time - how is he still an officer?


DETROIT POLICE OFFICER KEVIN CHAMBERS had some kind of [fleeing police, running red lights, speeding at 120mph during chase, being in possession of brass knuckles, failing alcohol test] problems in 2008 - resulting in a felony warrant and at that time Kevin Chambers had been suspended without pay from the Detroit Police Department for at least a year and a half in connection with Chambers having FIRED SHOTS in 2006 - off duty? domestic? at home? We don't know.:

SUSPENSION WITHOUT PAY OF POLICE OFFICER KEVIN CHAMBERS,
BADGE 85, ASSIGNED TO TACTICAL MOBILE
DETROIT BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS
Minutes of the Regular Detroit Board of Police Commissioners Meeting
Thursday, May 22, 2008

On May 16, 2008, the Internal Affairs Alert Team received notification to respond to the Northwestern District regarding the arrest of Police Officer Kevin Chambers, badge 85, assigned to Tactical Mobile for fleeing and eluding, carrying a concealed weapon and operating while impaired. It should be noted that Officer Chambers has been suspended without pay since November 16, 2006 on Force Investigation Case #06-091 for an off duty incident where he fired shots.

 A review of the Arrest Report prepared by Police Officers Daniel Sitarski, badge 2098, and Stanley Kropik, badge 775, both assigned to the Northwestern District, revealed that at approximately 5:50 A.M., on May 16, 2008, while on routine patrol in the area of Evergreen and Grand River, they observed a person, later identified as Officer Chambers, operating a Harley Davidson Motorcycle at a high rate of speed and disregarding a red light.

The officers attempted to perform a traffic stop, but Officer Chambers sped off exceeding speeds of 120mph. The officers activated their overhead lights and siren and pursued Officer Chambers. Officer Chambers disregarded two more traffic signals and the chased was terminated by Sergeant Harold Ashford; badge S-526, assigned to the Northwestern District. The officers continued on Grand River and observed the motorcycle on the ground at Berg and Grand River and Officer Chambers attempting to pick it up. The officers ordered Officer Chambers to the ground and he was placed in handcuffs. The officers conducted a pat down for offensive weapons and found that Officer Chambers was in possession of brass knuckles. Additionally, the officers detected the odor of intoxicants on Officer Chambers and he was administered Field Sobriety Tests at the scene, which he failed.

 Once at the Northwestern District, Officer Chambers was administered a Breathalyzer Test by Police Officer Darryl Bennett, badge 4320, assigned to the Northwestern District, and the result was a blood alcohol content of.08.

 Officer Chambers was advised of his constitutional rights (Miranda) and he refused to make a statement.

 On this same date, an Investigator’s Report was presented to Wayne County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney (APA) Robert Donaldson naming Officer Chambers as the defendant. APA Donaldson advised Internal Affairs that the warrant would be adjourned to May 19, 2008.

On May 19, 2008, APA Thomas Dawson recommended charging Officer Chamber with one count of Fleeing and Eluding – Third Degree, one count of Possession of a Dangerous Weapon, one count of Operating While Impaired and one (1) count of Reckless Driving. On this same date, Magistrate Millicent Sherman, of the 36th District Court signed felony warrant #08 060420 for the recommended charges.

Based upon the above facts and circumstances, it is recommended that Officer Chambers be charged with, but not limited to, the following violation of the department Rules and Regulations:

CHARGE: CONDUCT UNBECOMING AN OFFICER, CONTRARY TO THE LAW ENFORCEMENT CODE OF ETHICS; THIS BEING IN VIOLATION OF THE DETROIT POLICE DEPARTMENT MANUAL SERIES 100, DIRECTIVE 102.3 – 7.9, CONDUCT UNPROFESSIONAL, COMMAND 1.

Due to the seriousness of the conduct, I am requesting your concurrence with the suspension of Police Officer Kevin Chambers without pay, effective May 22, 2008.

Exec Dir Goss stated there are no arguments on this case because it is a felony.

Unless contravened by this Board the suspension without pay shall stand. There were no contraventions.  [PDF document here]

DETROIT BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS
Minutes of the Regular Detroit Board of Police Commissioners Meeting
Friday, May 30, 2008
[Excerpt] ...OLD BUSINESS
Comm. Hampton stated he has read and familiarized himself with the recommended petitions that were presented on May 15, 2008, and May 22, 2008. He concurred with the suspension without pay for... PO Kevin Chambers, Badge 85. Exec Dir. Goss stated unless contravened by this Board the suspension without pay shall stand. There were no contraventions... [Full PDF here]

DETROIT BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS
Minutes of the Regular Detroit Board of Police Commissioners Meeting
Friday, May 30, 2008
[Excerpt] ...OLD BUSINESS
Comm. Hampton stated he has read and familiarized himself with the recommended petitions that were presented on May 15, 2008, and May 22, 2008. He concurred with the suspension without pay for... PO Kevin Chambers, Badge 85. Exec Dir. Goss stated unless contravened by this Board the suspension without pay shall stand. There were no contraventions... [Full PDF here]

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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

[NM] State Police Officer Vigil arrested on felony domestic

...[New Mexico State Police Officer Isaac] Vigil was brought to the Police Department by his commanding officers...
NMSP OFFICER ARRESTED ON DOMESTIC ABUSE CHARGES
[Excerpts] New Mexico State Police have confirmed that the Tucumcari Police Department is filing domestic violence charges against an NMSP Officer. Officer Isaac Vigil has been placed on administrative leave for an internal investigation. While on leave, Vigil will not be allowed to perform police duties and has turned in his vehicle, firearm and badge... [Full article here]

STATE POLICE OFFICER ARRESTED IN TUCUMCARI
[Excerpts] Tucumcari police on Thursday arrested a New Mexico State Police officer on felony child abuse charges and a misdemeanor domestic violence charge, officials confirmed Friday... Tucumcari officers responded to a report of domestic violence... officers interviewed a woman from that address... After the interview, a Tucumcari officer asked that a warrant be issued for Vigil, charging him with child abuse, a third-degree felony, and a misdemeanor charge of battery on a household member... Vigil was brought to the Police Department by his commanding officers and was taken into custody without incident. State Police Sgt. Damyan Brown said Vigil was immediately placed on paid administrative leave pending an internal investigation... Vigil was booked into the Quay County Detention Center and has since posted a $15,000 appearance bond... [Full article here]
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[TN] Knoxville Police Cadet Michael Little stole Travis Wegener's life in quadruple domestic shooting.


Knoxville Police Cadet Michael Little shot and injured his ex-girlfriend Ashley [W.], her mother Rhonda, then shot and killed Ashley's visting friend Travis Wegener. Cadet Little was shot dead with a shotgun by Ashley's older brother Joshua [W.]. Ashley had broken up with Cadet Little a couple of weeks ago after dating him for 2 years. She said his goal in life was to become a police lieutenant.
"The associate pastor at Sharon Baptist Church says Wegener was a beloved church member who was involved in the college and young adult ministries. He says Wegener also volunteered with the children's ministry, and loved to help out in the kitchen."
Cadets aren't issued guns so Little used his own weapon. Ashley and Rhonda will be okay physically.



Sources:

Knoxville Police Department Cadet Program
[Excerpts] ...The Knoxville Police Department created the Police Cadet Program to enhance the recruitment of potential applicants for Police Officer. Applicants who wish to apply for a Police Cadet position should be between the ages of eighteen (18) and twenty-one (21) years of age, pass a drug test, background check, polygraph test, physical examination and a comprehensive psychological examination... Assist sworn Patrol Officers with various assignments... Salary of $20,439 per year... When a Cadet turns twenty-one (21) years of age they will be eligible for employment as a Knoxville Police Officer...
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