Chattanooga Police Officer Placed Under Arrest
Chattanooga Police Officer Carlos Woodruff, a 15 year veteran, was placed under arrest and relieved of duty after police were called to his residence.
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#1 Mar 5, 2010
I'm glad he was arrested and the police took it seriously. Sometimes you wonder if the department would charge "their own kind"
#2 Mar 5, 2010
Close friend? Of Officer Woodruff's wife? Although I have no tolerence for domestic violence, I refuse to believe Carlos intentionlly assaulted his wife. She is neither nice nor innocent; she is, however, confrontational and very capable of starting a fight. I am not making excuses for either party's behavior. I am simply suggesing we learn more about the accusations before we start making statements like "I am glad he was arrested."
#3 Mar 6, 2010
at least he wasnt partying with the outlaws mc like officer pendegrass smoking crack,selling coke and jacking off to baby pictures
#4 Mar 29, 2010
As a fellow officer I agree with Monkey and know that his wife is a very confrontational and manipulative woman! She has threatened him in the past since she knows that the mere accusation of abuse would get Carlos into hot water and eventually relieved of duty. I hope that after all is said and done that the CPD follow through with criminal charges against his wife sending a message that dishonest accusations against spouses in Carlos's position, because of their position, will not ne tolorated! The law always sides with the females in most all cases and there are never any reprecautions for those lying spouses! We stand behind you Carlos and look forward to having you back on the team soon!
#5 Mar 31, 2010
More police officers use their daily life to constantly berate and insult their spouses than ever. They all want to be the ONE IN CHARGE, and do horrible things while their "buds in law" stand by and throw unfounded stupid accustaions at the wife. Hey, if "THEY" always blame the man, why are YOU doing it, since it is y'al doing the arresting. TN Law states that anyone involved in domestic violence goes to jail. I guess she didn't do a darn thing wrong since she was not arested.
#6 Apr 1, 2010
You have posted the same crap all over the place.
The OL must have really done a number on you.
How does it feel knowing behind a keyboard is the only place you can spout off?
#7 Apr 1, 2010
Another F'n pig standing up for one another.
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