trooper ryan henschel
shug30

Clearfield, PA

#42 Aug 21, 2010
Anger Management wrote:
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oh ok so again how much should my monetary fine be for killing a van full of your relatives?$2,000?
Id say about 3000 to 4000 thats pretty close to what it gona cost you anyway and this way you dont have to pay the lawyer it could all go the the state for road work or some more new chargers for the local police!
big stuff

United States

#43 Aug 21, 2010
cosmic

United States

#44 Aug 21, 2010
Anger Management wrote:
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I've never driven drunk in my life... its called being a responsible person who values other people's lives and my own.
So maybe i'll go out and get drunk off my ass tonight, plow into a van full of kids. According to you what kind of citation should I get? By the way the van full of kids is all your relatives and half of them will died in the "accident". So what is my fine???$200??
Well this isn't Baltimore County or York rd. if thats really where your from, and I'm not taking up for drinking and driving, but there is no mass transit here, or even a cab co. that I'm aware of. Would be good to have a designated driver, but we all know that doesn't always happen. Do you want to take us all to the bar and drive us home at 2:15?
Petey Abdul

Altoona, PA

#45 Aug 21, 2010
convicted wrote:
Ok here you people go jumping to conclusions again. I personally know Tpr Henschel on a professional level because he arrested me about a year ago for something stupid i did. He is one of the most honest and professional police officers I have ever met. so when I read this i checked it out, The charges are public knowledge if you just look. according to the charges the other trooper who they did not name tried to hide the crash. Henschel arrived and determined what had happened and call his supervisor to report it. He didn't try to hide anything it all sounds like BS. if you just read what happened.
stop eating this dudes dick,I thought you were gonna drop some tears when you gave this little speach!The point is this,these cops and court house flunkies get off the hook everytime they get caught breaking the law,if that was anyone else they would be in jail.Look at Mike guelich...remember that in the paper?He got drunk pulled a weapon on his wife with kids in the house?But he works for the state so aint shit ever going to happen to him for it,maybe that pedophile distict attorney can explain that one to us? There aint any cops state or county workers or wealthy people in prison thats a fact. So stop sticking up for your boyfreind you homosexual
Anger Management

Towson, MD

#46 Aug 21, 2010
cosmic wrote:
<quoted text> Well this isn't Baltimore County or York rd. if thats really where your from, and I'm not taking up for drinking and driving, but there is no mass transit here, or even a cab co. that I'm aware of. Would be good to have a designated driver, but we all know that doesn't always happen. Do you want to take us all to the bar and drive us home at 2:15?
you are totally right. I wasn't aware how inconvenient it was to go drinking in Clearfield County. Laws, safety and responsibility should not be a priority when it comes to getting your drink on in Clearfield.
WHO WAS WRONG

Wooster, OH

#47 Aug 21, 2010
Wow petey little touchy there. all i'm asking is why the guy that did his job and called the supervisor so this drunk didn't get away with it is being persecuted. And nobody has heard a thing about the Trooper who actually got drunk and crashed!
cosmic

Miami Beach, FL

#48 Aug 21, 2010
Anger Management wrote:
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you are totally right. I wasn't aware how inconvenient it was to go drinking in Clearfield County. Laws, safety and responsibility should not be a priority when it comes to getting your drink on in Clearfield.Go to the Stable get some ribs,a beer or two, then blow me!
Go to the Stable,get some ribs, and a beer or two, then blow me!
ppppppp

United States

#49 Aug 21, 2010
Off duty officer is Christopher Pifer, read this link. http://www.centredaily.com/2010/08/20/2161282...
FRIEND

Clearfield, PA

#52 Aug 21, 2010
Yep Ryan is a great friend of mine and he proved he can be a friend who tries to help another friend out but is still a professional by reporting his friend, no one on here can tell me if they were in trouble and their friend was the responding officer that they wouldnt expect a break, so yeah the whole thing smells of garbage Ryan is a hell of a good friend and a damn good trooper.
cheech

United States

#53 Aug 21, 2010
I too, will stand up for Ryan. Ive known him for years, fought fire with him, and probably owe my life to him. Perhaps he had a lapse in judgement, maybe? But I believe that theres ALOT more to the story, than whats been reported. And even though he's been out of the fire service for sometime now, I'd still fight fire with him anytime, and I KNOW he wouldnt let me hanging. Its just not how he does things.
charlie mayhew

State College, PA

#54 Aug 21, 2010
grow up
cheese fries

Cumberland, MD

#55 Aug 21, 2010
grow up what? who? can you be more specific?
Brett

Uniontown, PA

#56 Aug 21, 2010
Ohh please. Don't go there. That entire family thinks they are above and beyond the law and they deserve to be treated like Way Ralker. Well newsflash, your nothing. His brother is a fcking dickhead too. I remember this one time he got arrested and tried getting out of it because 'his brother was a cop'. Oh please, give me a goddamn break. You think you can get away with anything when you're a cop. This is a wake up call to all police officers. You might think you can get away with whatever you want, but when you do not follow correct procedure you will fall so quickly.

His family and he himself are all the same. Obnoxious, loud mouthed, think they are big shots. Well they aren't. This is the first sign.
the Torch

Houtzdale, PA

#57 Aug 21, 2010
This Trooper hit the big time, coverage in the Courier and the Progress! I feel sorry for him, it is hard to fight the "Blue Brotherhood", but taking his fellow, but off duty, officer, to buy mints and gum, what do you think, that this covers up other signs of being inebriated? Too bad, because I'm sure this guys career is over. Thank goodness that the guy that wrecked, just wrecked his car, and his career, but didn't hurt another person. If you're drunk enough to crash your car, you are defiantly drunk enough to be arrested, whatever your place in the community is.
I guess some people don't have friends to go to a bar with (like a designated driver) I can not understand, why some people put their lives, other people's lives, their careers, their marriages, and finances at risk because they can not control their drinking. Troopers are supposed to keep us safe from drunk drivers, so what if this drunk driver happened to be an off duty Trooper? Does that make it O.K? Not in my opinion. You can not let your emotions get in the way of performing the duties you swore to uphold. Remember, at your graduation ceremonies to become a State Trooper? Or did you not take your oath seriously...? Time to seek other employment....
Silly Girl

Ashburn, VA

#59 Aug 22, 2010
his Trooper hit the big time, coverage in the Courier and the Progress! I feel sorry for him, it is hard to fight the "Blue Brotherhood", but taking his fellow, but off duty, officer, to buy mints and gum, what do you think, that this covers up other signs of being inebriated? Too bad, because I'm sure this guys career is over. Thank goodness that the guy that wrecked, just wrecked his car, and his career, but didn't hurt another person. If you're drunk enough to crash your car, you are defiantly drunk enough to be arrested, whatever your place in the community is.
I guess some people don't have friends to go to a bar with (like a designated driver) I can not understand, why some people put their lives, other people's lives, their careers, their marriages, and finances at risk because they can not control their drinking. Troopers are supposed to keep us safe from drunk drivers, so what if this drunk driver happened to be an off duty Trooper? Does that make it O.K? Not in my opinion. You can not let your emotions get in the way of performing the duties you swore to uphold. Remember, at your graduation ceremonies to become a State Trooper? Or did you not take your oath seriously...? Time to seek other employment....
The torch FYI Ryan did do his job. He contacted his supervisor. He did this because he was following procedures. I have a feeling he did exactly what his supervisor told him to do. So with that said I think everyone should be more concerned about the off duty officer DUI charghes. Why is that oficers name such a secret?? Ryan is the victum here. He did his job. They are just covering the rest up. Sometimes in life the nice guy does take the fall. I feel for Ryan and his family.
Anger Management

Towson, MD

#60 Aug 22, 2010
Silly Girl wrote:
his Trooper hit the big time, coverage in the Courier and the Progress! I feel sorry for him, it is hard to fight the "Blue Brotherhood", but taking his fellow, but off duty, officer, to buy mints and gum, what do you think, that this covers up other signs of being inebriated? Too bad, because I'm sure this guys career is over. Thank goodness that the guy that wrecked, just wrecked his car, and his career, but didn't hurt another person. If you're drunk enough to crash your car, you are defiantly drunk enough to be arrested, whatever your place in the community is.
I guess some people don't have friends to go to a bar with (like a designated driver) I can not understand, why some people put their lives, other people's lives, their careers, their marriages, and finances at risk because they can not control their drinking. Troopers are supposed to keep us safe from drunk drivers, so what if this drunk driver happened to be an off duty Trooper? Does that make it O.K? Not in my opinion. You can not let your emotions get in the way of performing the duties you swore to uphold. Remember, at your graduation ceremonies to become a State Trooper? Or did you not take your oath seriously...? Time to seek other employment....
The torch FYI Ryan did do his job. He contacted his supervisor. He did this because he was following procedures. I have a feeling he did exactly what his supervisor told him to do. So with that said I think everyone should be more concerned about the off duty officer DUI charghes. Why is that oficers name such a secret?? Ryan is the victum here. He did his job. They are just covering the rest up. Sometimes in life the nice guy does take the fall. I feel for Ryan and his family.
Silly Girl then please explain why he took the DUI officer off the scene of the accident to buy mints and turned out the video camera? You seem to have jumped right past this part of the story lol He is not the victim he is the criminal here along with the DUI numbnutz. The only good officer who did the right thing was Trooper Donaldson. The other two officers should start a new career in the burger flipping business.
newsflash

Cumberland, MD

#61 Aug 22, 2010
Silly Girl wrote:
Why is that oficers name such a secret??
It's not, it's already been printed in the paper and posted on here.
The Porch

Cumberland, MD

#62 Aug 22, 2010
the Torch wrote:
... If you're drunk enough to crash your car, you are defiantly drunk enough to be arrested,...
What is "defiantly drunk enough?" Your spell checker needs a setting to filter out stupidity.
Anonymous

United States

#63 Aug 22, 2010
FRIEND wrote:
Yep Ryan is a great friend of mine and he proved he can be a friend who tries to help another friend out but is still a professional by reporting his friend, no one on here can tell me if they were in trouble and their friend was the responding officer that they wouldnt expect a break, so yeah the whole thing smells of garbage Ryan is a hell of a good friend and a damn good trooper.
you guys are right i know ryan to.he is a hell of a guy and a friend these people that are putting him down are losers.they dont know the whole story the progress and gossip only say what they hear.this whole topix thing is making clearfield look bad god only knows who reads it even from other states.thats the problem in this town people cant say things to their face they have to talk behind your back.everyone makes mistakes and learns from them and you people that post negative things cant say that you haven't.so dont act like you know everything and act perfect cause most of you are probably ex convicts that dont have a life.you people are messin with the wrong person.there will be a way to track you losers down then charges will be filed.and ryan if you read this hope you find out who these losers are and you can do something about it.good luck man keep your head up!
cosmic

United States

#64 Aug 22, 2010
What about interference in a police investigation, tampering with evidence? If you helped to cover up evidence would you not be charged? Good guy, good friend or not, he is sworn to uphold the law, it didn't say except for your friends.

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