Keeping this display of officer-involved domestic violence fatalities on top from now on... (Click this)
Officer-Involved Domestic Fatalities - 1 Officer-Involved Domestic Fatalities - 2 [WA] Tragedy Will Occur If They Don't Have ...
Friday, August 31, 2007
...Earl's wife contacted the Amherst Police Department later in the day to explain what happened, telling them she did not want to call police earlier because she was afraid to get Earl in trouble with his job... Chief Cel Rivera said he will require a doctor's letter before he allows 17-year veteran Officer Corey Earl to work as a police officer again... "My biggest concern is that he gets the help he needs so that he can be OK and be a part of this police department"... officers had been called out to the home at least twice before for disputes between the couple... There were no charges filed in connection with either incident...
From yesterday's news:
...Edwardsville Mayor William "Heinz" Rodgers was cited earlier this month after allegedly striking his wife during a domestic dispute... Edwardsville police responded to a 911 call on the evening of Aug. 18. But by the time officers had arrived, Rodgers had left the residence. [Edwardsville Interim Police Chief James] Moore added that police officers ran into the mayor later that evening, but did not take him into custody. "That was part of the department's standard procedure"... officials have yet to decide whether to press charges...
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Times Herald-Record, NY
It might not seem like a year has gone by... NYPD narcotics detective Griselda Espinal was gunned down by her estranged husband, Francisco, at their Guernsey Drive home, before he turned the gun on himself. But the NYPD never forgets these things... several hundred of Espinal’s former colleagues marched from her old Manhattan narcotics bureau down Eighth Avenue to the Church of St. Charles Borromeo on 141st Street, where a memorial service was held...
Thursday, August 30, 2007
EXCERPTS FROM TWO ARTICLES:
Jackson Township officer facing charge put on leave
Canton Repository (subscription), OH - 1 hour ago
By Fellicia Smith
Thursday, August 30, 2007
A police officer placed on unpaid administrative leave has a long history of disciplinary problems, including suspensions. Officer Eric B. Martzolf, 38, was put on leave by the department following his appearance in Massillon Municipal Court on Wednesday on a domestic violence charge. Martzolf is accused of confronting his wife, pushing her to the ground and striking her in the head twice with his fist at her job... his wife asked the judge to order him to attend anger management classes... "I have to be careful because it’s a personnel issue, but we did send him to counseling before" Trustee John Pizzino said... he has been suspended without pay three times, received seven written reprimands, two written warnings and was twice counseled by supervisors for his on-duty conduct... The bargaining agreement between the township and Fraternal Order of Police allows for the department to put Martzolf on unpaid leave pending the outcome of the criminal trial... Martzolf was released from the Stark County Jail on his own recognizance... We’ll be monitoring it closely"...
Jackson officer pleads not guilty
Massillon Independent, OH
by R.J. VILLELLA
August 30, 2007
..."From what we understand, he went to see his wife and ended up hitting her a couple of times and knocked her to the ground"... others at her work -- heard what was going on and came to the victim's aid. That's when Martzolf -- starting yelling obscenities at the co-workers and throwing things at them... Martzolf was taken directly to the Stark County Jail and booked there instead on the Massillon City Jail... "We booked him out at county because we were afraid he might be suicidal," Neftzer said. "We thought they have better facilities there for that. They have counselors and have the ability to put him in an isolation cell."
Tuesday, August 28, 2007
NYPD Blew It
Kelly's new deputy chief of training brings lots of experience, much of it bad
Village Voice, NY
by Sean Gardiner
August 28th, 2007
The NYPD's new deputy commissioner of training, Wilbur "Bill" Chapman, should have no trouble teaching "New York's Finest" about the pitfalls of sexual harassment, cronyism, and punitive transfers. He's been accused of all that during his checkered career... His five-year stint as police chief in Bridgeport, Connecticut, left that department "functionally unsound"...
See previous blog post:
[US][TN] Top Secret Service Agent Garner on trial for domestic attack
Monday, August 27, 2007
News Excerpts from today and yesterday: ..."I've got a gun in my hand. Smith & Wesson," Dexter told a 911 dispatcher. "I fought her for the gun. We're going through a divorce. She knew there was somebody else. She asked me to sit down and she shot me in the ribs and in the collar bone. Please hurry up"... When a 911 dispatcher asked Denae Barnett-Dexter why she shot her husband, the 34-year-old mother of two, said, "Because he's trying to divorce me"... Barnett-Dexter shot her husband with a handgun she had purchased about one week ago... Barnett-Dexter fired more than two shots, but he declined to reveal exactly how many. She confessed... The Montgomery County Prosecutor's office has approved two counts of felonious assault...
Trotwood Public Safety Director [POLICE CHIEF/ FIRE CHIEF / DEPUTY CITY MANAGER] Mike Etter: "I think it really brings to life domestic violence and nobody is immune to it."
- Officer's wife charged with shooting him, Dayton Daily News. By Kelli Wynn, August 27, 2007
- Wife said she shot husband because of pending divorce, Dayton Daily News, By Kelli Wynn, August 28, 2007
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Posted August 27, 2007
[EXCERPT] The Green Bay police detective convicted of murdering his wife is again working toward an appeal. John Maloney's new attorney has filed a motion in Brown County Circuit Court to remove special prosecutor Vince Biskupic from the case. Maloney's repeated appeals all have been denied. The former detective is serving a life term for murder, arson and mutilating a corpse in the 1998 death of Sandra Maloney...
STAR COMMUNITY NEWS
By BRIAN PORTER/Managing Editor
Monday, August 27, 2007
[Excerpts] A woman shot in a murder-suicide Sunday night outside a Wal-Mart in the 5300 block of North Garland Avenue is resting in serious but stable condition at Parkland Memorial Hospital. The woman, Shyrica Monique Porch, 28, has been identified as a Dallas County Sheriff's Department detention officer... Damon shot Shyrica in the head and then turned the gun on himself... Porch was transported to Parkland Memorial Hospital in serious condition. "(Porch) is a member of our department family and we want her to know that we are here for her," said Lupe Valdez, Dallas County Sheriff. "Her recovery is first and foremost. She is in all of our prayers."
Porch relocated to the Metroplex in 2005 as Hurricane Katrina closed in on her hometown of New Orleans, La... "We all go through trials and tribulations at some point in our lives. Some people more than others," Valdez said. "Officer Porch has endured a lot." Sheriff Lupe Valdez and Chief Jesse Flores have visited bed side with Porch and are in contact with family members.
Saturday, August 25, 2007
August 21, 2007
A former police officer on trial for murdering his girlfriend has changed his story about what happened the night of the shooting. The girlfriend was also a police officer, and her department showed up in force Tuesday in the courtroom. Much of the small Normandy Police Department spent Tuesday in court as a gesture of support for the family of fellow Officer Amanda Cates... If convicted of second degree murder, he would be sentenced to ten to 30 years in prison.
Former policeman convicted of killing girlfriend
By Christine Byers
ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
A Jefferson County jury convicted former police officer Robert Brooks Thursday of second-degree murder and armed criminal action in the shooting death of his girlfriend Amanda Cates, who also was a police officer... Brooks, 38, a former Calverton Park police officer, showed little emotion when the guilty verdict was returned... But several members of his family ran out of the courtroom crying, while Cates’ family wept quietly and embraced... Carolyn Cates spoke to the jury on behalf of her daughter, Amanda. Brooks cried during her testimony.
“My sorrow for Mr. Brooks is that he chose not to value my daughter’s life. But he knows the truth, and he will have to live with that for the rest of his life, and even for him that can’t be easy”...
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Source: Polk deputy arrested on domestic violence charges, Sun-Sentinel, Elaine Aradillas, August 22, 2007
Former sheriff's deputy faces life in prison
Los Angeles Daily News
BY ALEX DOBUZINSKIS
[EXCERPTS] In a case based on circumstantial evidence, a jury today convicted former sheriff's sergeant John Racz of murdering his estranged wife 16 years ago. ...Racz, 61, closed his eyes as the court clerk read the verdict on charges of first-degree murder. As the jurors reaffirmed their verdict one-by-one, Racz shook his head slightly before standing up to empty his pockets and go to jail... Joann Racz, 31, the oldest of the Racz siblings... "I'm just pretty much in shock right now," she said. "It's just really crazy sad news. I guess if I'm going to say something, I still love my dad, I still love my mom"... Juror Ram Sonthalia, 69, of Sylmar said that seeing the Racz children in the courtroom had no effect on the jury's judgment. "...we were not there to think about that"... Louis Danoff, 66, a retired sheriff's detective, was on the case from 1991, keeping at it even a few years after he retired... "I'm really thrilled, I'm really happy for the new blood they brought in to get us over the hump," said Danoff, who attended the trial daily. "... I can't believe the jury came back so quickly. I'm numb"...
- Jun 28, 2007 - [CA] Ann's body never found, but ex-deputy Racz on trial for murder
- Aug 17, 2007 - [CA] Hanging at the end of ex-deputy Racz's murder-of-Ann trial
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Cold Case unit @ Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
Excerpts from Monday's news:
A former Bexar County detention officer who stabbed to death his estranged girlfriend last year in an apparent fit of jealousy pleaded guilty to murder Monday in an agreement with prosecutors that capped his prison sentence at a maximum of 50 years… “so we could have a for-sure guilty.”… He then called [Kathy] Chavira and said one of their kids had fallen ill. Chavira rushed over, and when she arrived, [Alfred John] Brown began stabbing her…
“My parents lost a daughter, my nephews and nieces lost their mother,” Debbie De La Rosa, Chavira’s sister, said. “I lost my sister and my best friend for being selfish. Now (Brown) has his. My life will never be the same without her”…Sources here and here.
(I've seen no published photos of Kathy.)
August 20, 2007
The fire chief in Oil City was placed on paid administrative leave Monday night after being arrested over the weekend for domestic abuse. The Caddo District 7 Fire Board decided to place Chief Kevin Moore on leave, during an emergency meeting. Moore is facing charges of domestic abuse and simple battery. The chairman of the board, Major Fant, resigned Monday afternoon. Fant tells KSLA News 12 he resigned because he didn't want there to be a conflict of interest. Moore works for the Caddo Parish Sheriff Department, which arrested Chief Moore.
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Notes I have from previous news, with pictures of Sharon coming out of court after Cpt. Sanchez was found guilty.
...SANCHEZ WAS CHARGED WITH SLAPPING THE VICTIM IN THE FACE... SANCHEZ THEN DRAGGED HER BY THE HAIR TO HER CAR, PUSHED HER INTO THE FRONT SEAT, KICKED HER, PREVENTED HER FROM FLEEING AND THEN GOT INTO THE DRIVER’S SEAT AND DROVE OFF. A FEW BLOCKS AWAY, SANCHEZ AGAIN PUNCHED AND KICKED THE VICTIM WHEN SHE TRIED TO ESCAPE FROM THE CAR, ACCORDING TO COURT PAPERS...
...AFTER HE ACCUSED HER OF SLEEPING WITH A FELLOW COP. SHE WAS TREATED IN AN EMERGENCY ROOM FOR BRUISES AND BLACK EYES... "OFFICER GANDARILLA ALSO CHARGES IN HER FEDERAL COMPLAINT THAT WHEN SHE WAS ATTACKED ON THE STREET IN SEPTEMBER 2006, IT WAS WITNESSED BY INTERNAL AFFAIRS OFFICERS WHO WERE INVESTIGATING CAPTAIN SANCHEZ ON UNRELATED MISCONDUCT CHARGES... THREE MONTHS LATER, SHE SAYS, SANCHEZ ASSAULTED HER AGAIN IN A BRONX PARKING LOT. WHEN COPS ARRIVED ON THE SCENE IN RESPONSE TO 911 CALLS, "SANCHEZ IDENTIFIED HIMSELF AS A CAPTAIN AND ORDERED THE RESPONDING OFFICERS AWAY...
I could cry.
They should all be on trial.)
Aug 17, 2007
...Two witnesses, including an NYU security guard, have identified Sanchez as the man they saw attacking Gandarilla . In a 911 tape played for the jury yesterday, an unknown male caller told authorities he was witnessing an attack and that the male assailant was telling his female victim, "You're going to die"...
Now playing: Sounds of Blackness - Black Butterfly
Now playing: Carl Thomas feat. Ness "Make It Alright"(remix)
Saturday, August 18, 2007
Nic Corbett firstname.lastname@example.org
August 18, 2007
[EXCERPTS] A Leon County Sheriff's deputy was fired and arrested early Friday... At the time of [Deputy Mark] Thompson's arrest, his wife was in guarded condition at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital with serious injuries... At first, she insisted that doctors not report him... the couple had been out celebrating her birthday... her husband was in one of his moods... Thompson grabbed the steering wheel and jerked it around, struck his wife in the forehead, fired a handgun out of the car window and then put the gun to her head... After she pulled into their driveway, he got out and she quickly reversed, driving off... When she returned, he wasn't there, but the house was torn apart... she "had never hidden in the front closet before," but this time she did. He found her, but she ran outside, accidently letting his dog out... her husband handcuffed her to the bed... He then returned with the dog and demanded,
to my dog?"
He took off the handcuffs, dragged her to the living room, kicked her several times and then straddled her and started hitting her head and face. He finally stopped beating her and asked if she wanted to go to the doctor. She said
...She had said she was scared to report it
is a deputy...
Now playing: Carl Thomas feat. Ness "Make It Alright"(remix)
Watson In Waiting
Criminal, Civil Cases Hinge On Appeals
By PATRICK L. FANELLI email@example.com
Jamestown Post Journal, NY - Aug 18, 2007
[Excerpts] Three weeks after state Supreme Court Justice Timothy Walker dismissed the lawsuit filed against the city of Jamestown by former police officer Michael Watson, his only hope rests with the Fourth Appellate Division in Rochester, which will hear his appeal at some point in the months to come....
Santa Fe police sergeant remains on duty pending domestic violence allegation
Santa Fe New Mexican
By Jason Auslander
August 15, 2007 - [EXCERPTS] The current head of the Santa Fe Police Department's burglary-narcotics unit was charged with misdemeanor domestic violence this week... Sgt. Michael LeBlanc... - remains on duty... "We haven't heard anything yet to make us put him on leave," [Police chief Eric] Johnson said. "If he's not restricted from carrying a firearm and being that this comes from a domestic situation where he's going through a divorce, my guess is his duty situation won't change unless he violates (the restraining order)"... LeBlanc's stipulated restraining order makes no mention of firearms... The latest charge of battery on a household member against LeBlanc occurred July 22, when he allegedly punched his wife in the left arm and left thigh... He also allegedly pushed her against a wall three days later... His wife told an Albuquerque police officer that "she is afraid of Michael due to the fact that Michael has hit her in the past … and (she) kept saying that she is very afraid of Michael due to the fact that he has weapons inside the house," the complaint says. An investigator took pictures of bruises... LeBlanc was not arrested after the incident... In 2004, LeBlanc was charged with battery on a household member and assault on a household member... between LeBlanc and the mother of his older daughter... LeBlanc refused to return the girl to her mother because he felt she wasn't providing an appropriate home environment... LeBlanc used an "arm-bar" - described in the report as "a law enforcement escort technique" - to walk her off his property... The woman, who was pregnant, also said LeBlanc threatened to shoot her in the stomach, according to the report... LeBlanc received a deferred sentence at the time, and the charges were dismissed six months later...
Friday, August 17, 2007
...[District Attorney Beth ] Silverman said Katelin Racz's statement sums it up best: "It's sad to think mom abandoned us, but it's sadder to think dad slaughtered her"...A few excerpts from today and yesterday's news:
...There is no smoking gun, no body, no eyewitness. But friends, co-workers, neighbors and sheriff's homicide investigators testified how Ann doted on her children and looked to the future. And they described how she feared her husband... She [District Attorney Beth Silverman] repeated the words of several witnesses who recalled Ann's fear of her husband, including the testimony of one friend who said Ann feared John would kill her and her body would never be found. She reminded jurors of inconsistencies in testimony describing John Racz's stories to friends, family and homicide investigators... "His story doesn't make sense"...
..."He wanted to prevent her from walking away with half of their joint estate [$550,000]"... Defense attorneys maintain that Ann Racz had grown unhappy in her marriage and chose to leave on a trip to think over the divorce from her husband... "There's no way on God's green earth that he gave his wife $25,000 to go away to think after she served him with divorce papers"...
John Racz Defense Rests, Signal, August 16, 2007
Racz prosecutors sum up case, Los Angeles Daily News, August 17, 2007
Racz's Story 'Just Doesn't Work, Signal, August 17, 2007
Now playing: Ministry Of Sound Classics - It's A Love Thing
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
A sheriff's deputy pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to fatally shooting his wife in the jaw during a December argument in their Alpine home and faces up to 21 years in prison. The plea by sheriff's Deputy Lowell "Sam" Bryan Bruce came after El Cajon Superior Court Judge Allan J. Preckel first rejected a proposed deal that would have limited Bruce's prison term to 15 years. In a hearing last week, the judge indicated that he would accept a 15-year ceiling on Bruce's prison term. But on Tuesday he said he had a "sea change" in his thinking after reviewing the case and wanted the flexibility to sentence Bruce to prison for as little as six years and as long as 21 years....
Bruce lawyers asked to meet with Preckel in his chambers to discuss the case, but Preckel said he wanted everything done in open court, in public view... Preckel said he would accept the plea agreement only if it leaves open the possibility of the longer prison term... After a 20-minute break, Bruce pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and the personal use of a pistol... The judge read a statement on Bruce's behalf: "I shot and killed my wife, which resulted in her death"...
Sources: KGTV, 10News & San Diego Union Tribune
Sunday, August 12, 2007
IT HAS TO DO WITH SOME COMING TO BELIEVE THAT THEY ARE THE LAW - OR CONVINCING OTHERS, WHO THEN ARE TRAPPED. AND LET'S BE AWARE, OFFICERS ARE KILLED IN DOMESTIC INCIDENTS ALSO, NOT ALWAYS BY THEIR OWN HAND.
IT HAS TO DO WITH A BROTHERHOOD AND WALL OF SILENCE.
ALL FOR ONE.
PLEASE USE YOUR POWER TO ENCOURAGE OHIO LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO EMBRACE THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE (IACP) MODEL POLICY ON POLICE OFFICER DOMESTIC VIOLENCE," THEN TO JUMP OVER TO THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND ACCESS THAT CRYSTAL JUDSON BRAME DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROTOCOL PROGRAM MONEY ($186M AVAILABLE) SET THERE TO HELP AGENCIES GET IN FRONT OF THIS.
HOW MUCH AVOIDABLE PAIN IS BEING PERPETRATED? TO HOW MANY PEOPLE? ON HOW MANY LEVELS OF HARM?
I JUST LISTENED AGAIN TO THE JULY 911 CALL FROM JESSICA MEHAFFEY. SHE'S ON THE PHONE WITH DISPATCH AND HER MOM AT THE SAME TIME WHEN HER CLEVELAND POLICE OFFICER DAD, REX MEHAFFEY, SHOOTS HER MOM IN THE HEAD. (SHE DOESN'T KNOW DURING THAT CALL THAT HE TURNED THE GUN ON HIMSELF ALSO.) WHAT I NOTICED TODAY THAT I DIDN'T NOTICE BEFORE IS THAT SHE SAYS DURING THAT CALL THAT HER DAD "HAS BEEN THREATENING SUICIDE FOR WEEKS."
WERE THERE POINTS OF INTERVENTION? NO ONE ASKED OUT LOUD. LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES NEED POLICIES TO FOLLOW - FOR THE VICTIMS, THE OFFICERS. THE PUBLIC.
PLEASE DON'T WAIT FOR $75M LAWSUITS LIKE THE CITY OF TACOMA DID. YOU CAN BET TACOMA HAS AN OFFICER-INVOLVED POLICY FOR THEIR POLICE DEPARTMENT NOW. SO DOES EVERY COP DEN IN WASHINGTON. ARE WRONGFUL DEATH LAWSUITS THE ONLY WAY?
ISN'T IT BETTER TO BE WISE AND AHEAD OF THE TRAGEDIES? ISN'T IT BETTER TO AT LEAST LOOK LIKE FOLKS TRIED - EVEN IF ALL OF THEM CAN'T BE AVOIDED?
BELOW ARE LINKS TO OHIO CASES POSTED ON THIS BLOG AND THEY ARE ONLY SAMPLES OF OHIO CASES - THERE ARE OVER A HUNDRED THAT MANAGED TO MAKE IT INTO THE NEWS FROM JUST THE LAST 3 YEARS. HOW MANY NEVER SURFACED THAT FAR? HOW MANY ARE ABOUT TO?
"...HOW MANY DEATHS DOES IT TAKE TIL WE KNOW
THAT TOO MANY PEOPLE HAVE DIED?
THE ANSWER MY FRIEND
IS BLOWIN' IN THE WIND.
THE ANSWER IS BLOWIN' IN THE WIND...."
CLOGGING MY BLOG:
Wednesday, March 23, 2005
[OH] ELIZABETH HARTON - Stabbed and shot by fired police officer husband
Thursday, March 24, 2005
[OH] Niema L. Thompson Blake shot multiple times and killed by Officer husband.
(HE WAS NEVER CHARGED - JUST ALLOWED TO RESIGN FOR BEING DISHONEST DURING THE INVESTIGATION INTO HER DEATH. WHAT IS THAT?)
Wednesday, August 10, 2005
OH Ex Cop Ayers killed by son while beating cop cpt wife
Friday, November 25, 2005
[OH] Marion County Deputy Potts DV
Sunday, November 27, 2005
[OH] Police Chief Roosa drunk with gun outside apartment police were called to for fight
Sunday, December 10, 2006
A peek into my week tracking power domestic violence
[OH] Ex-Deputy Brandenburg's wife allowed to drop dv charge
[OH] Officer Krista Adams escapes Ofc. Bulman
[OH] Lucas Mayor resigns & whines before pleading guilty to dv
[OH] Fire Lt Goolsby is back to work after fire at girlfriends garage
Sunday, April 29, 2007
[OH] Hiding what happened at Chief Volkar's house
Thursday, May 31, 2007
[OH] Akron Officer Jones Avoids Trial - and Accountability
Saturday, June 02, 2007
[OH] Goodbye today to Officer & his girlfriend Mary Lyons
Monday, June 11, 2007
[OH] Officer Flynn arrested, fired, rehired, & arrested again
Sunday, June 17, 2007
[OH] Before murder-suicide Officer G had suicide-try past
Sunday, June 17, 2007
[OH] COP'S PREGNANT GIRLFRIEND, JESSIE DAVIS, MISSING
Saturday, June 23, 2007
Waiting for the beginning of the truth
Tuesday, June 26, 2007
[OH] Officer Cutts in court for murdering Jessie & unborn baby Chloe
Thursday, July 05, 2007
Ohio media could give life from Jessie's death, but sleep.
Friday, July 06, 2007
[OH] Judge Russo's domestic violence is a personal matter.
Wednesday, July 11, 2007
[OH] Not Michelle's day to die
Monday, July 23, 2007
COMPLICITY OF ABUSE IN MEDIA'S FAILURE TO ASK
Now playing: Luther Barnes & The Red Budd Gospel Choir - He Cares
SURVIVOR'S TALE OF JOB ANGUISH
By BRAD HAMILTON
August 12, 2007
[Excerpts] Chris, a Brooklyn police sergeant, remembers the exact moment he decided to shoot himself. For months he'd battled job stress and marital problems by drinking heavily. "As much as I could get into me as fast as I could," he recalled. "I was out of control"...
Saturday, August 11, 2007
SAYS SHE WAS ASSAULTED, TREATED AS CRIMINAL
By Cassondra Kirby
Aug. 07, 2007
[EXCERPTS] A Perry County woman who alleged that her husband, a Kentucky state trooper, assaulted her in August last year has filed a lawsuit against him and several other troopers who investigated the case. According to the lawsuit, Terri Lynn Moore claims that troopers with the state police post in Hazard attempted to protect her husband, Terry Lloyd Brewer, who could lose his job if convicted of domestic violence because it threatens his right to carry a gun... The lawsuit says the troopers treated Moore as the criminal, even threatening to arrest her. Troopers also helped Brewer obtain an emergency protective order against Moore, even though she was the victim of the assault... Moore says, Brewer verbally abused and threatened her, hit her and would not allow her to leave his home. David Banks and John McMahan, the investigating officers who responded to the disturbance, treated Moore with "disdain" and acted as though Brewer were the victim, the lawsuit says... According to the lawsuit, officials with internal affairs also dismissed Moore's claims and "failed to thoroughly investigate... Internal affairs "demeaned, humiliated, intimidated and debased her during the interview process," the lawsuit says... Moore is seeking compensation for pain and suffering, past and future medical expenses, lost wages, loss of earning capacity and attorneys' fees...
Now playing: Kirk_Franklin_Mary_J_Blige_R_Kelly_ - _Lean_On_Me_-_
Friday, August 10, 2007
Where in Georgia is Michelle, the wife of Chief Deputy Osborn? Is she safe or is she still in the house with Osborne, the accused & suspended trigger-man in a drive-by shooting last month that appears to have been meant to kill Michelle's admitted lover?
(You can't grasp the seriousness of the drive-by these cops perpetrated - which the sheriff helped cover up - unless you see the video below.)
The driver of the car:
Deputy charged in drive-by shooting kills himself
By JEFFRY SCOTT
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
[EXCERPTS] A Towns County sheriff's deputy charged in connection with a shooting attack on a local resident last month apparently committed suicide at his home Wednesday night... Jesse Gibson, 56, was found outside his home, the victim of what was believed to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He left behind an audio tape for his family... Gibson was allegedly the driver on the night of July 9 when fellow Towns County chief deputy Eddie Osborn allegedly fired gunshots into the home of Gary Dean. A week later, Gibson and Osborn were charged with aggravated assault in the shooting... Osborn shot up Dean's home because Dean was having an affair with Osborn's wife. Last week, Towns County Sheriff Rudy Eller was charged with lying to GBI investigators and hiding evidence [THE WEAPON, DUCT TAPED INTO A COMPARTMENT IN HIS DRESSER] to protect Osborn. Osborn was suspended without pay. Gibson was fired... Sheriff Eller was released on a $250,000 bond last week, but is still sheriff...
Hamilton County, OHIO
NEWS EXCERPTS: ...Randy Koon fired shots at his girlfriend through her car on West Fork Road last night... The shot entered her driver's side window narrowly missing her... he fired a shot at her from what police believed to be a 40 caliber semi-automatic pistol.Because Koon is armed and has been involved in a shooting incident he should be considered Armed and Dangerous with possible suicidal tendencies... According to authorities, cell phone records indicate that Randy M. Koon was near Amherst, a western suburbs of Cleveland, at about noon today. Police say he might have been driving west on either Ohio 2 or the Ohio Turnpike, headed toward Indiana... Because Koon is armed and has been involved in a shooting incident he should be considered Armed and Dangerous with possible suicidal tendencies. Anyone with information regarding the location of Randy M. Koon is asked to call the Sheriffs Office at (513) 825-1500 or Crime Stoppers at (513)352-3040.
Koon is described as:
- Asian male
- 185 pounds
- Black hair
- Brown eyes
- May have a thin mustache
- Believed to be driving a 2004 dark blue Ford F-150 Super Crew Pickup, Ohio license DXY-5152.
- Deputy a wanted man, Cincinnati Enquirer, Aug 10, 2007
- BREAKING NEWS ALERT: Sheriff's Deputy May Be Armed And Suicidal, WKRC, Aug 10, 2007
- Breaking Now: Tri-State Police Looking Sheriff's Deputy Who Could Be Suicidal, WCPO, Aug 10, 2007