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Monday, March 1, 2010

[NC] "It was unclear why [Warren County Sheriff's Deputy] Boncek had blood on his hands"

WHOSE BLOOD?

WHO CALLED POLICE FOR HELP?

WHAT DID THEY SAY?

WHO'S IN FEAR?

DO THEY HAVE SUPPORT, AND OPTIONS FOR SAFETY?

SHERIFF'S DEPUTY ACCUSED OF ASSAULTING ANOTHER DEPUTY
Christopher Michael Boncek
WRAL
Posted: Feb. 28 10:49 p.m.
Updated: Feb. 28 10:58 p.m.
Youngsville, N.C. — A Warren County sheriff's deputy was out of jail on bond Sunday after being charged with assault on a government official and resisting a public officer. Franklin County deputies said they responded early Sunday to a dispute at a house along the 1300 block of Bethlehem Church Road in Youngsville. Deputies said Christopher Michael Boncek, 34, of 231 Star Lane in Hollister, was found at the home with blood on his hands. When they tried to photograph Boncek's hands, deputies said he assaulted one of them. It was unclear why Boncek had blood on his hands, and the investigation was ongoing. Boncek was released from the Franklin County jail after posting a $5,000 bond. The Warren County sheriff said Boncek's status with the department will be addressed this week. [Full article here]
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7 comments:

  1. The police are not telling every thing they know and there is more that this, {does not deserve to carry a badge cop} has done in the past.

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  2. Deputy vs deputy
    thefranklintimes.com
    CAREY JOHNSON,
    March 2, 2010
    A Warren County deputy was suspended without pay this week after a weekend assault on Franklin County sheriff’s deputies. Warren County Sheriff Johnny Williams confirmed the employment status of Christopher Michael Boncek, who was arrested Sunday morning following an altercation with Franklin County sheriff’s deputies. “I won’t comment (further) until I get a copy of the entire report and the investigation is completed,” Williams said.

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  3. The Warren Record says marijuana was seized when he was arrested too and that he goes to court on April 5 - Franklin County District Court.

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  4. I found the Warren Record article (thank you) and what I notice is that only WRAL mentions blood.

    Thank you WRAL for keepin' it real.

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  5. That Deputy is a decorated war hero. until you take time to find facts, dont be in a hurry to judge him. Chris Boncek is a good man who found himself in a sh*tty situation. And i will stand by his side till the end, because i know the honorable hero that he truly is.

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  6. What does war hero have to do with this?

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  7. AnonymousJune 24, 2010

    Mike boncek says thanks Doc i'll go to war with u anytime!

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