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Thursday, March 15, 2007

NYPD Sgt. DeMarco over ex's car with bloody hands is "mischief"?

COP TAKES IT OUT ON EX'S AUTO
New York Post
By JAMIE SCHRAM
March 15, 2007
A drunken NYPD sergeant in Queens slashed his ex-girlfriend's tires and smashed her car windows before trying to speed away from responding officers, authorities said. Joseph DeMarco, a sergeant at the 102nd Precinct with 15 years on the force, faces up to one year in jail after he was charged with DWI, criminal mischief and resisting arrest. Cops on patrol at Woodhaven Boulevard and 69th Avenue - in the precinct next to DeMarco's -
discovered the 43-year-old cop standing over his ex-girlfriend's car with bloody hands at 4 a.m...
All four tires of his ex's 2004 Ford Focus were slashed, and its back and front passenger-side windows were shattered. DeMarco saw the cops and jumped into the driver's seat of his vehicle, a 2001 Nissan Xterra, which he had left running... He allegedly refused at first to leave his vehicle, but cops eventually coaxed him out and arrested him.
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"Mischief"? Skip legalese - if I was his ex this would be nothing less than terror.
Knife? Stabbing? Drunk? Running? Bleeding? 4a.m.?
From inside her house I'd think this looks life-threatening.
Thank you to the officers out on patrol - doing your jobs, who did the right thing and brought him in. Letting him go wouldn't help him get his life right. And who would know for sure - believe her - what level of danger his ex is in?
Who knows where a drunk stabber may want to go next?
Where is he now and what's different? Is he done with alcohol? Suspended or back at work? Where's his ex, is she an officer, is she safe? Does she have a place to turn for advocacy in the legal proceedings? Will he go to court, or will it disappear?

Will everyone be alright. Prayers for all.

22 comments:

  1. Posting for someone else:

    Does Anybody Have An Update On the end result of this case ? Ihave a personal vested interest in finding out what happened to seargent demarco and what happened with the ex girlfriend.it is important to me if there is an update for me to know.

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  2. I know of a incident where a captain alexander laera went to the home of sgt demarco and a altercation insued. The captain was upset from a issue that took place in school with there kids. The altercation was serious enough have nassau police respond to location. the captain came to location with his firearm trying to intimidate the sgt. The captain told the officers to arrest demarco but nassau were smart to call for there supervisor who stated you both will go to jail not one. so the altercation was avoided but the captain should be held responsible. He is going to a house with a gun to intimidate the individual. This is unacceptable and low. A investigation on this captians frame of mind should be evaluated buy pschy services.

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  3. AnonymousJune 16, 2010

    Poor Sgt. De Marco he most probably had a hard time with his ex, , At lest he did not hurt her, he just hurt the car.. that tells me he is a good man. other wise he would have beten his ex up. the car is not alive, I feel this was blown up to a big deal.. Sgt D risks his life each day, just being in the NYPD, hes cute too,I hope He finds a sweet old fashion girl who will love and honor him.....

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  4. AnonymousJuly 07, 2010

    I read this and in one way it was wrong but this Sgt. did not hurt anyone but himself. God knows what the ex did? poor him I hope he finds a mature female that will understand and love him !

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  5. AnonymousJuly 07, 2010

    I am rooting for this Man Sgt D! It is unfair that his dirty laundry is aired out all over the net! how soon we forget the hard work and how he puts his life on the line each day for all of us !

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  6. When a cop does something like sell drugs no one comes out saying that it's okay because he served the community. But if it's domestic violence too many people regard that as

    not a crime. Cops don't need breaks. They need to obey the laws they enforce.

    Police "coaxed" him out of his vehicle? THAT'S his break right there. That was a very nice way to do it - a way that most civilians are not afforded.

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  7. It's Always A big thing if a POLICE MAN is doing wrong? if anyone could have got hurt or died he could have he got badly cut.. give him a brick !

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  8. To the commenter whose comment I'm not going to approve: What you wrote is unsubstantiated (just about unbelievable) but a heinous crime - so you can't post that here. You have to tell police in behalf of the person. Go to county police - not city police. If it's true, you must. IF it is true and I posted it, what would come of it except more harm?

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  9. AnonymousJune 12, 2011

    I Feel that We wast too much time worrying about police like Sgt DeMarco And we forget the good that people like him do and the way people like Him risk there lives each day and night !!! lets stop wasting time on this and worry about the Winners of the world working in high places messing around on the net with children. We have Sickos running congress how sad.

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  10. In reading this story, it is obvious that this is a ridiculous allegation that deserves zero response...no police officer is going to arrest a fellow officer over a car...think how stupid this sounds? It is disgusting to try to ruin someone's reputation that puts their life on the line for us every single day...whoever published this nonsense should be ashamed of themselves..perhaps they are jealous of his accomplishments?

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  11. Agreed, how ridiculous this allegation is. No fellow police officer would arrest his own & especially over a car.
    Stop insulting everyone's inteligience!

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  12. That made no sense.

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  13. I was just going back over mail, and I see that SIX messages for this page were written and sent all right after each other, obviously all written by one person.

    Reading back over the comments above, the recent sender is almost certainly the SAME person who wrote most of the ones already here. I'll just post some samples of this latest set of submissions because as stated, victim bashing comments are not allowed:

    "The Sgt. was set up by the jilted old lover when they dated as teenager... He was only trying to help her... his charges were dropped and received some bullshit reprimand from the nypd... The incident with Captain Laera never happen... the captain did not like him... THats a great picture of Sgt demarco whom was awarded at a cop of the month ceromony for putting his life on the line for others... You should remove the picture as well as these articals . Do you have permission to post false allocations?... Hes a devoted father friend and police officer who always tries to help others even when danger is around him. This was simply made up by ______ _______ female that wanted him... Hes actually still HOT!... The artical is Bullshit That never happened Get your facts straight and remove the unauthorized... Wow! Hes Hot and yummy ! I would love to date him Is he advailable and single. Im a Latina good sane girl who will treat you as a king"...

    Somebody is a nut.

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    2. I'm sorry that you misunderstood and thought I was advocating for him. I'm not. I was presenting a sample of the emails that appear to be coming from one author... someone who puts the blame everywhere or anywhwere else.

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  14. Does anyone on this blog have any real contact with him? Very unpredictable and unsafe!

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  15. AnonymousMay 14, 2013

    CRIMINAL COURT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
    PART APAR, COUNTY OF QUEENS

    [HAND WRITTEN: Guilty Plea: 5-20-07
    to VTL 1192-01
    Driving While Impaire(d)
    Sentence $300 fine]

    STATE OF NEW YORK
    COUNTY OF QUEENS

    THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
    V.
    JOSEPH N DEMARCO
    DEFENDANT

    POLICE OFFICER TERJE BROWN OF THE 104TH PRECINCT, TAX REG#: 934297, BEING DULY SWORN, DEPOSES AND SAYS THAT ON OR ABOUT MARCH 14 2007 AT ABOUT 3:45AM, AT THE INTERSECTION OF 70 AVENUE AND WOODHAVEN, COUNTY OF QUEENS, STTE OF NEW YORK

    THE DEFENDANT COMMITTED THE OFFENSES OF:
    PL 145.00-1 CRIMINAL MISCHIEF FOURTH DEGREE
    PL 205.30 RESISTING ARREST
    VTL 1192-3 OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE WHILE UNDER INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR DRUGS

    IN THAT THE DEFENDANT DID: HAVING NO RIGHT TO DO SO NOR ANY REASONABLE GROUND TO BELIEVE THAT HE HAD SUCH A RIGHT, (DID) INTENTIONALLY DAMAGE PROPERTY OF ANOTHER PERSON; INTENTIONALLY PREVENT OR ATTEMPT TO PREVENT A POLICE OFFICER OR A PEACE OFFICER FROM EFFECTING AN AUTHORIZED ARREST OF HIMSELF OR ANOTHER PERSON; OPERATE A MOTOR VEHICLE WHILE IN AN INTOXICATED CONDITION

    THE SOURCE OF THE DEPONENT'S INFORMATION AND THE GROUNDS FOR DEPONENT'S BELIEF ARE AS FOLLOWS:

    DEPONENT STATES THAT AT THE ABOVE TIME, DATE AND PLACE OF OCCURRENCE, HE OBSERVED THE DEFENDANT, JOSEPH DEMARCO, AN OFF DUTY SERGEANT, NEXT TO A 2004 FORD FOCUS. DEPONENT FURTHER STATES THAT HE APPROACHED SAID VEHICLE AND OBSERVED THE FOUR TIRES OF SAID VEHICLE TO BE SLASHED, THE BACK HATCH WINDOW TO BE SHATTERED AND THE REAR PASSENGER SIDE WINDOW SHATTERED.

    DEPONENT FURTHER STATES THAT HE OBSERVED THE DEFENDANT APPROXIMATELY THIRTY FEET AWAY FROM THE ABOVE MENTIONED VEHICLE SEATED IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT OF A 2001 NISSAN X-TERRA WITH THE KEYS IN THE IGNITION AND THE MOTOR RUNNING. DEPONENT FURTHER STATES THAT AT THAT TIME THE DEFENDANT IMMEDIATELY STATED IN SUM AND SUBSTANCE: "DON'T WORRY ABOUT THE CAR, IT'S MY GIRLFRIEND'S AND SHE OWES ME MONEY. I FELL INTO THE CAR. YOU GUYS DON'T WANT TO DO THIS - I'M A SERGEANT. JUST WALK AWAY." DEPONENT FURHTER STATES THAT HE OBSERVED FRESH BLOOD ON THE DEFENDANT'S HANDS.

    DEPONENT FURTHER STATES THAT WHEN HE ASKED THE DEFENDANT TO EXIT THE ABOVE MENTIONED NISSAN VEHICLE HE REFUSED TO EXIT SAID VEHICLE. DEPONENT FURTHER STATES THAT UPON ASSISTING THE DEFENDANT OUT OF T SAID VEHICLE HE OBSERVED A STRONG ODOR OF AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ON HIS BREATH AND SLURRED SPEECH.

    DEPONENT FURTHER STATES THAT WHEN HE ATTEMPTEMPTED TO EXECUTE AN ARREST THE DEFENDANT FLAILED HIS ARMS AND KICKED HIS LEGS IN AN ATTEMPT TO AVOID ARREST.

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    1. AnonymousMay 16, 2013

      Thats article is false with no factual meaning. It is a form of written violence against the officer and degrading for something that made of happen with some truth so long in the past. It is not an official documentand has questionable truth. The above picture is actually a partial picture that cuts out the other parties taken at a real ceromony to honor cops for their herotic acts that month.They received awards for acts of valor during a robbery arrest. Where did you get it? Was that picture obtsined illegally and doctored just like the above article?

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    2. AnonymousMay 16, 2013

      DOCUMENT: Read the criminal complaint against Joseph N. Demarco in DWI case
      New York Daily News
      Sunday March 7, 2010, 7:15 PM
      http://www.nydailynews.com/news/document-read-criminal-complaint-joseph-n-demarco-dwi-case-article-1.173798

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    3. AnonymousMay 16, 2013

      NYPD cops drive drunk, but no one puts on brakes: Even after messy crashes, police are still on job
      New York Daily News
      March 7, 2010
      ...New York City cops caught driving drunk may have problems to worry about - but losing their job usually isn't one of them... In several cases, the NYPD could have seen it coming. Take the case of Joseph DeMarco. Seven years before he joined the force, DeMarco pleaded guilty to...
      http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/nypd-cops-drive-drunk-puts-brakes-messy-crashes-police-job-article-1.176249?pgno=1

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    4. the above article is 100% true, I know him and I know for a fact its true and live your lives in denial if you like but he did what he did ! and it dodnt matter how many medals or awards you get you can still drink and made mistakes even people with medals and awards do stupid things and with or without a badge they should be punished equally! BTW HE HAS NOT LEARNED FROM THIS EXPERIENCE BECAUSE HE IS DOING THE SAME THING THAT HE FOT AWAY WITH!

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