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Sunday, August 22, 2010

[IN] Detective Mowbray told dispatcher to disregard domestic call that involved himself - yet gets to KEEP his job


...[Terre Haute Police Detective Keith] Mowbray “advised a Vigo County Central Dispatch Officer to disregard a request for police assistance involving a personal situation between Detective Mowbray and a citizen; in a departmental vehicle while wearing his department issued gun and badge, Detective Mowbray arrived at the residence of a citizen with whom he had a personal relationship; and a record of similar violations is evidenced in Detective Mowbray’s disciplinary file”...




THPD DETECTIVE KEITH MOWBRAY SUSPENDED
wthitv.com
Jessica Hayes
18 Aug 2010
[Excerpts] ...on Wednesday [Terre Haute Police Detective Keith Mowbray] was suspended from his position for 10 days without pay for what officials call conduct unbecoming an officer... In a statement obtained by News 10, on August 12, Mowbray told dispatch to disregard a request for police assistance. Mowbray, in a department vehicle and wearing his uniform, was involved in a domestic situation. He repeatedly told dispatch to disregard calls made about him... In 1992, Mowbray was suspended for one day because of a domestic situation. In 1995, he was again disciplined after violating a direct order to refrain from contact with a specific person. In addition to serving as a detective, Mowbray is a member of the department's Honor Guard... [Full article here]

...FIRST OFF YOU PPL DONT EVEN KNOW MY FATHER HE HAS NEVER EVER HIT A WOMAN SO GET UR FACTS STRAIGHT AND UNLESS U ACTUALLY NO THE WHOLE STORY WHICH WTHI DOESNT EVEN REALLY KNOW THE STORY THEN U PPL HAVE NO RIGHT TO BASH SOMEBODY...

...I have a life and a full time job that pays for your daddy to live, it's called taxes. So I do not want to pay for someone in law enforcement that doesn't do his job and breaks the law. Also my son is a police officer so don't go there...

SUSPENDED CITY POLICE OFFICER SAYS HE WON’T APPEAL ACTION
Officer off duty for 10 daysA Terre Haute police officer, currently serving a 10-day suspension without pay, says he will not appeal that disciplinary action.
The Tribune-Star
Lisa Trigg
August 20, 2010
[Excerpts] A Terre Haute police officer, currently serving a 10-day suspension without pay, says he will not appeal that disciplinary action. Keith Mowbray began serving the suspension, issued for “conduct unbecoming an officer,” on Wednesday, the same day Police Chief John Plasse notified the THPD merit board of the suspension... Terre Haute City Attorney Chou-il Lee stated that on Aug. 12, Mowbray “advised a Vigo County Central Dispatch Officer to disregard a request for police assistance involving a personal situation between Detective Mowbray and a citizen; in a departmental vehicle while wearing his department issued gun and badge, Detective Mowbray arrived at the residence of a citizen with whom he had a personal relationship; and a record of similar violations is evidenced in Detective Mowbray’s disciplinary file.” “There was no domestic problem at all,” Mowbray told the Tribune-Star on Thursday, referring to the Aug. 12 incident. “It was an ex-girlfriend causing trouble. She invited me to get my stuff from the garage … and then she turned on me”... Mowbray was issued a one-day suspension without pay on May 4, 1992, for conduct unbecoming an officer for a personal domestic situation with his spouse while on duty... [Full article here]
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