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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

[TX] After domestic assaults, Dallas Officer Davis fired for positive drug test, policy violations, and non-cooperation

...[Dalas Police] Officer Rashad Davis was arrested in December and accused of beating his live-in girlfriend. He went missing after a second domestic disturbance... a police report says Davis attacked his girlfriend once more... Results came back on Dec. 13 and showed that Davis tested positive for using marijuana... According to a release issued Tuesday, Davis had also violated the conditions of the department’s Administrative Leave Policy and was insubordinate after he refused to cooperate in the internal investigation...

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[TX] BOLO for Dallas Police Officer Rashad Davis. His girlfriend has "additional protection" - ...Results came back on Dec. 13 and showed that Davis tested positive for using marijuana, a department statement said. According to a release issued Tuesday, Davis had also violated the conditions of the department’s Administrative Leave Policy and was insubordinate after he refused to cooperate in the internal investigation...

DALLAS COP FIRED FOR ILLEGAL DRUG USE
WFAA
January 3, 2012 at 4:34 PM
A Dallas police officer was fired by Chief David Brown on Tuesday after failing a drug test. In a written statement, police said Officer Rashad Davis tested positive for marijuana use last month. Davis also allegedly violated the department's administrative leave policy and failed to cooperate in an internal affairs investigation. Police said there were three additional investigations pending against Davis. The terminated officer had been on the force for four years and was assigned to the South Central Patrol Division. Police said Davis has a right to appeal for his job. [LINK]

DALLAS OFFICER ACCUSED IN BEATING FIRED
myFOXdfw.com
Adapted for Web by Tracy DeLatte
Tuesday, 03 Jan 2012
The Dallas police officer who disappeared after allegedly attacking his girlfriend has been fired from the department for multiple infractions. Officer Rashad Davis was arrested in December and accused of beating his live-in girlfriend. He went missing after a second domestic disturbance that resulted in additional assault charges. Police were unable to find him for days. Davis must now wear an ankle monitor until his case goes to court. Police said the four-year veteran was fired because he tested positive for marijuana, violated administrative leave policies and refused to cooperate in an internal affairs investigation. [LINK]

DPD FIRES OFFICER WHO FACES ASSAULT CHARGES, FAILED DRUG TEST
CBSDFW.com
By Matt Goodman
January 3, 2012 4:23 PM
An officer facing multiple charges for assaulting his girlfriend and who later tested positive for using marijuana has been fired following an internal investigation, a police department spokesman said Tuesday. Officer Rashad Davis, 32, was arrested Dec. 6 on an Assault (Family Violence) charge for attacking his live-in girlfriend. She alleged he grabbed her by the throat and threw her onto a bed. Davis was placed on administrative leave after he was released from jail. While on leave, a police report says Davis attacked his girlfriend once more, throwing her to the cement ground outside their apartment. This resulted in a second Class A Misdemeanor Assault (Family Violence) charge. According to police, as their investigation progressed, Davis’s girlfriend said he pointed a gun at her head in November. Police then filed a third charge of Aggravated Assault (Family Violence) and issued a warrant for his arrest. Police raided Davis’s apartment on Dec. 13, but he was not home. He turned himself in on Dec. 16 without incident, the department reported on its Facebook page. On Dec. 8, after being arrested the first time and placed on leave, police had Davis take a drug test. Results came back on Dec. 13 and showed that Davis tested positive for using marijuana, a department statement said. According to a release issued Tuesday, Davis had also violated the conditions of the department’s Administrative Leave Policy and was insubordinate after he refused to cooperate in the internal investigation. Davis, a four-year veteran of the force, was assigned to the South Central Patrol Division. He has the right to appeal the firing, the release notes. [LINK]
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