Just stupid

Covina, CA

#500 Feb 5, 2013
A former Texas police investigator appeared in federal court Feburary 05, 2013 Tuesday accused of stealing comic books worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

From a man who was himself facing charges for stealing millions of dollars from his employer, which he then used to buy the valuable classics.

The piece of trash was on the run for 6 months.
Manne Quin

Covina, CA

#501 Feb 6, 2013
Former California Highway Patrol lieutenant was finally caught and brought to justice.

A California jury on Feburary 05, 2013 convicted 46-year-old John Swaim on four counts of lewd acts on a child under 14.

The female victims, who are related to Swaim, are now 17 and 20 years old.

Just activate the firing squad to save the California tax payers money.

Covina, CA

#502 Feb 7, 2013
A police officer, 28-year-old Gilberto Valle, is charged with planning to kidnap, rape, kill and eat women following an Internet chat room.

His wife was a vegetarian, her meat would be of lower quality.
Empty clippers

Covina, CA

#503 Feb 8, 2013
A person being described by police as homeless was shot by FAU officers at the Florida Atlantic University Boca Raton campus February 08, 2013 Friday morning.

FAU Police officers received a non-emergency call at 10:01 a.m. of a homeless man on the roof of Building 3 in the Research Park area of FAU.

It appears the suspect produced a knife and shots were fired. The suspect was struck several times. He was transported in serious condition (nearly dead) to Delray Medical Center.

Of course this was after the officers went through his belongings and found a knife tucked away.

Covina, CA

#504 Feb 9, 2013
With many police departments across the country going broke and telling citizens they will no longer be able to respond to crimes like criminal damage and burglaries.

We all know it's because they get great retirement and pay packages.

When officer’s actions are so bad and out of line they represent a ludicrous waste of police resources.
Fine examples

Covina, CA

#505 Feb 11, 2013
An off duty LAPD police officer and another man were arrested February 11, 2013 Monday after real police responded to reports of a man with a firearm during a fight.

An assault led to a physical altercation involving two groups of customers that spilled out side resulting in one person drawing a weapon.

The two men, Roy Edward Rush and Paul Edward Mosley, were taken into custody.

Mosley, 42, was arrested on suspicion of brandishing a weapon and battery. Rush, 36, was arrested on suspicion of battery.
All Toll

Covina, CA

#506 Feb 26, 2013
This creep was on the lose and damaged women 47 different times.

An indictment unsealed in Yolo County this afternoon lays out 35 counts against former West Sacramento police Officer Sergio Alvarez, who authorities sexually assaulted several woman while on duty.

The 37-year-old Alvarez faces charges of rape, sodomy, oral copulation and kidnapping for crimes that occurred between Oct. 1, 2011 and Sept. 23, 2012, according to the indictment.

Covina, CA

#507 Mar 5, 2013
Another BAD cop gets off, free and easy, again!

Two felony counts or charges against him and he walks? Thats the real problem in America now.

Roberts is relieved to put the prosecution and the potential exposure behind him.

Roberts' former wife made a tearful plea to Donahue before the sentencing, saying she "strongly disagreed" with the plea and the two domestic-violence counts should have remained felonies.

Sodomy, rape, imprisonment etc..
Another domestic-battery charge was among those dismissed.

Covina, CA

#508 Mar 6, 2013
A federal grand jury indicted three more former South Texas law enforcement officers on drug conspiracy charges March 06, 2013 Wednesday.

This bringing to seven the number of members of a now-disbanded drug task force to face charges so far more lower civilians will also be charged.
Specked Out

La Puente, CA

#509 Mar 22, 2013
Ex-sacramento police officer pleads no contest to falsifying DUI reports

H pleaded no contest Friday to four felony counts related to falsifying reports on arrests he made for drunken driving.

Prosecutors have recommended a five-year state prison. Carlson said, however, that Mullock is eligible for probation, initially had been charged in a 34-count complaint.

Maybe when he is done he can get a job in Glendora, California as a GPD. Since R. Perez has been known for falsifying the true facts also.

La Puente, CA

#510 Mar 30, 2013
A former Rialto police officer was sentenced to more than six years in state prison Thursday for committing a series of sex acts with a teenage relative.

As part of the agreement, Fernandes also received two strikes and will have to register as a sex offender. Prosecutors said Fernandes was facing more than 40 years if he had gone to trial.

He was arrested in 2012 and it's 2013 now.
Looking Stewed

San Dimas, CA

#511 Apr 6, 2013
Does Glendora PD have a policy that restricts it's off duty officers from carrying a loaded pistol into a Nudie Strip Club or Bar where alcohol is being served and consumed by that off duty officer?

While Jackson says Delatte was off duty on March 13, 2013 the Gonzales Police Department operations manual states that officers of the department are not authorized to carry a firearm into a bar while off duty

San Dimas, CA

#512 Apr 10, 2013
This is a list of bad boys and girls wearing police uniforms in the USA.

It's also the S it list for them too!


Check for your drinking friend or friends maybe your next door neighbor or two. A brother sister or other some sort of connection.
Car Parker

Covina, CA

#513 Apr 10, 2013
Mark Breceda's cousin

Irwindale police officer charged with stealing $250,000 from elderly father
Officer denies allegations
By Ruby Gonzales

Posted: 04/10/2013 06:45:06 PM PDT
Updated: 04/10/2013 07:16:57 PM PDT

LOS ANGELES - An Irwindale police officer pleaded not guilty Wednesday to stealing his 89-year-old father's life savings,$250,000, which was hidden in a garage.

Dennis Alva, 47, was arraigned at Los Angeles Superior Court on charges of grand theft, second-degree burglary and elder abuse, according to Jane Robison, spokeswoman for the District Attorney's Office.

She said the father notified Azusa police after discovering the money he had hidden throughout his garage in Azusa was missing. She said the money was the father's life savings.

Alva, who is a patrol officer with the Irwindale Police Department, surrendered Wednesday in court. He'll be back in court May 6 so a date can be set for his preliminary hearing.

If convicted of all the charges, Robison said Alva faces up to four years in county jail.

Azusa police Lt. Steve Hunt said the money hasn't been recovered. The victim reported the theft on Dec. 24, he said,

The alleged theft took place over several years, according to Hunt. Detectives don't know what Alva spent the money on.

Azusa police presented the case in March to the District Attorney's Justice System Integrity Division which filed the charges against Alva on Wednesday.

Irwindale Police Chief Dennis Smith wouldn't say if Alva is on leave, when the department started its administrative investigation and when it will be completed.

"I can't comment on a personnel matter," he said.

It's not clear if Alva is out on bond because his name
doesn't appear in the sheriff's booking system.

Two other members of the Irwindale Police are also being investigated, Both for alleged sexual misconduct.

A former sergeant was accused of sexually assaulting a woman during a traffic stop in October.

City officials wouldn't confirm the name of the sergeant or the allegation. They did say an administrative investigation was concluded and that the sergeant is no longer with the police department. Citing privacy laws, they didn't say if he was fired or if he quit.

Irwindale police also asked the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department to investigate.

Another officer was also placed on administrative leave after he was accused of having inappropriate relationships with Explorer Scouts. As with the former sergeant, police launched an internal probe and asked the sheriff's department to do an investigation on the allegation.

- Staff writer Brian Day contributed to this report

San Dimas, CA

#514 Apr 14, 2013
A Florida police sergeant was fired for allegedly bringing Trayvon Martin shooting targets he purchased on the Internet to a firearms training session.

Sgt. Ron King, who had been with the Cape Canaveral Port Authority since January 2011, was fired April 11, 2013 Thursday.

As Stupid As It Gets..

Some people just shouldn't be cops they should all have their DNA on file and any and all weapons they have and or will buy put in to the State, federal data bases.

San Dimas, CA

#515 May 4, 2013
Glad to see someone is watching out for the rest of us, by keeping a watch on the few in squad cars and carrying loaded weapons in public.
Car Parker

Monrovia, CA

#516 May 4, 2013
I agree I will bet we solve some cold cases. We the public wont have access to their D N A just investigators. Why not require all law enforcement officers to submit their D N A

Thats how they caught and convicted Los Angeles Police Department detective Stephanie Lazarus for murder.

The police had D N A from the crime scene. but no matches to suspects.

Why,,,, Because she was able to conceal her D N A because she is a police officer.

Just one match out weighs their right to privacy.

You would think that a police officer that has a primary responsibility to the public to solve crimes would use every available tool at their disposal.

San Dimas, CA

#517 May 5, 2013
What is an agreement worth these days?

Battons a swinging

San Dimas, CA

#518 May 11, 2013
The 911 call records witness Sulina Quair, 34, saying, “There is a man laying on the floor and your police officers beat the (expletive) out of him and killed him.

San Dimas, CA

#519 May 19, 2013
A wanted man with a criminal history dating back nearly 15 years entered a front door of a home near Hofstra University.

The armed intruder, Dalton Smith, and a 21-year-old college junior, Andrea Rebello, were both dead.

The two were killed May 17, 2013 Friday by a Nassau County police officer who fired eight shots at the masked man, hitting him seven times but also hitting Rebello once in the head.

The armed intruder was holding Rebello in a headlock and pointing a pistol at her head before he turned his gun at the officer, prompting the shooting.

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