Brunswick Hills Police Chief

Brunswick Hills Police Chief

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igeteven

United States

#1 Nov 6, 2008
He was at it again! The local paper revealed he is suspended again. He needs to go!!!
inthehills

North Attleboro, MA

#2 Nov 8, 2008
it is no surprise Chief Osiecki of Brunswick Hills is on suspension again. No details have come forward except the Medina Prosecutor is investigating him. If the 3 trustees don't get rid of him this time they are just as much at fault as he is when he mames or kills someone. I am tired of paying this mans salary with my taxes. He teaches children at the schools not to drink but it is ok for him to have 5 drinks and drive the township car into a ditch. How does he continue to get away with it? Let's not forget the fist fight at Taco Bell. Let's call the trustees and tell them to get rid of him and maybe the township will be able to clear its name of Brunswick Hillbillies!
crawdaddy

Cleveland, OH

#3 Nov 13, 2008
Lets not forget the fact that he just hired Christopher Dillenbeck, you know him, he's the guy from Parma PD that watched his buddy rape the drunk girl. Surround yourself with crooked cops to insulate yourself from scrutiny I guess. Wonder if the citizens of the Hills like the idea of that person patrolling their streets? Oh and the fight at Taco Bell, was with his wife not just a fight it's called domestic violence. I know the folks that were there that night he beat the crap out of her.
Former Member of the PD

Phoenix, AZ

#4 Nov 20, 2008
I am no fan...but in all fairness the Taco Bell incident was with his first wife... but it was her hitting him not him hitting her. Seems alcohol has got the best of him over the years since I left. I would imagine he is definately suicidal, the power rocked his world and now he has nothing.. from the sound of it I would imagine it cost him his new wife and job.
renee

Medina, OH

#5 Nov 27, 2008
He needs help and I hope he gets what he needs to overcome his issues.

But in the real world, he should no longer be employed by the police department.

If the one incident happened in October, why was not the voters informed of this before the police levy was on the ballot?

I only know of one officer I see out all the time, he's an older man and he does what he is getting paid to do. I see him everywhere pulling people over. He got me the one time and sure I was mad, but he was doing his job!

THE TRUSTEES are part of the problem from his incident in Lodi a few years ago and now. They need voted OUT! Because they are failing and have been for a long time. Brunswick Hills looks like a garbage dump anymore, broken down cars in front yards, garbage everywhere. Have a little pride in the Hills!
oidvn

Tacoma, WA

#6 Nov 27, 2008
Officer-Involved Domestic Violence Network [OIDVN]
http://www.policedomesticviolence.com

Crystal Judson (Brame)
http://www.myspace.com/crystal_judson

Like your police chief, ours here - Tacoma Police Chief David Brame - didn't like what he read about himself in the paper. So he shot his wife Crystal and himself in the head (where cops tend to shoot when they murder or commit suicide), with their young children running to the scene. Like your chief ours too had already displayed he was dangerous. Like your chief, ours had a circle of assistant chiefs trying to hold it together for him up until that point. Your case there is much different though. Everyone is still alive and there are still chances to take the danger to the family seriously. Your case is different because the city manager here trusted our chief when he said he was recieving psychological help. Your chief really did have to check in to get his head checked (finally). Let's hope it's a real assessment and treatment.

Don't blame alcohol. I would do anything to not terrorize my family - the easiest of which, if I was perpetrating drunk, would be run to rehab as soon as there was a problem. Your chief, the man, IS responsible for what he allows himself to do - what he gives himself permission to do. He is thinking of himself only.

He can't find his way back until he takes responsibility. Making excuses for him will not help him.

SO, for now - to the family - do everything you have to do to be safe. Right now he feels (from his tunnel vision) like he has nothing left to lose. That should let you know how far to run.

Suicide is one trigger squeeze away from murder. People talk about the suicide rate for cops - and there are a lot more reasons besides "stress" for the statistics - but they never talk about the rate of cop murder-suicides.

I am the story keeper
[http://behindthebluewall.blog spot.com]
and I tell you, the rate is high.

Yes your town needs a new chief, and your chief needs a new job - hopefully one he can learn to like, but above all of that, the most imminent problem you have there is the danger to the family.

In case the decision makers there are only mildly focused on the family's safety, let me warn you that here in Tacoma after the burials there arose a brokenhearted $75 MILLION dollar wrongful death lawsuit... for knowing but not acting. It's not enough to voice concern for the family and toss them a couple of options. You best make sure nothing happens or that you really really tried to move this family out of harms way - or HOLD the chief in JAIL or a hospital until he rejoins those who willfully live.

Our murder-suicide became a national scandal. Know that.

Google Tacoma police chief david brame
http://www.google.com/search...

It's five and half years later and there are still close to 5,000 stories about the incident on the web.

Think.

oidvn@yahoo.com
Hammerman

Medina, OH

#7 Nov 27, 2008
renee wrote:
If the one incident happened in October, why was not the voters informed of this before the police levy was on the ballot?
I read that he had been placed on administrative leave by the Trustees in the online edition of the Brunswick Sun Times on Election Day. The story was by Melissa Martin.
TIREDOFIT

United States

#8 Nov 28, 2008
what most don't know is Robert Osiecki Brunswick Hills Police chief was involved in another incident last year 2007. Again it involved him being drunk and using the township car. The trustees quietly covered for him again. When he kills or mames someone they should be responsible. The trustees have had Osieck on PAID leave since October 31st. pending the outcome of the investigation. How can he be paid as Chief when he is confined to house arrest? The trustees need to be replaced!!! They do not have the Townships best interest in mind.

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