Coushatta Deputy Arrest

Coushatta Deputy Arrest

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Anonymous

AOL

#1 Oct 18, 2011
Tell me about it.
GOFIGURE

United States

#3 Oct 18, 2011
Funny thing is he is still in uniform after he got the dwi go figure right...
concern

United States

#4 Oct 19, 2011
whats is name
Hhh

United States

#7 Oct 19, 2011
Leave the guy alone we all have problems its a misdemeanor big deal

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#8 Oct 19, 2011
It does not make a good example for our young people. It is a misdemeannor but I think he should be discplined in some way.
sosopopo

United States

#9 Oct 19, 2011
Hhh wrote:
Leave the guy alone we all have problems its a misdemeanor big deal
If he can't abide the law why should he be allowed to be the law ??? Yes first offense is a misdemeanor !!! Was that his first time or just the first time he got caught by an officer he couldn't influence ??? God forbid what if he had not got caught had a wreck and seriously injured or killed one of your loved ones !!!! Would you still think it was no big deal ??? We all have problems and being a police officer does not excuse that !!! Just my opinion !!
for real

Farmerville, LA

#10 Oct 20, 2011
sosopopo wrote:
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If he can't abide the law why should he be allowed to be the law ??? Yes first offense is a misdemeanor !!! Was that his first time or just the first time he got caught by an officer he couldn't influence ??? God forbid what if he had not got caught had a wreck and seriously injured or killed one of your loved ones !!!! Would you still think it was no big deal ??? We all have problems and being a police officer does not excuse that !!! Just my opinion !!
apparently it was NOT excused, as the news reports. He was disciplined on the job and still has to go through the judicial process like anyone. think about it when you think you should be let off your next ticket, MR/MRS abides by all traffic laws all the time.
mrnohimself

Shreveport, LA

#11 Oct 20, 2011
its life things happens just be cool maybe he wass going thru smething maybe if you were in his shoes you would feel different a lot of officers have problems but some dont get caugght !
it takes one to know one

Farmerville, LA

#12 Oct 20, 2011
how many them high paid deputies do it all the time and even in they police cars and dont nothing happen. least this one is owning up to what he did. and from what i hear is still fair with everbody he deal with. id rather a cop that is human than a cop that think he better than the common man to judge me if i have a bad night
Show the facts

Farmerville, LA

#13 Oct 20, 2011
guy in the know wrote:
troy linsday,yea out drunk at 4;30 in the morning arestted because he was stopped by a state trooper blew into the machine was found to be totally drunk,and put back in a cop car to arrest you are me if we weave as he did drunk and can arrest us!where oh where is the justice is there a law a cop can't break,he was fired from nat. parish for playing big man beat down because he thought he could hide behind the badge,the badge is what ole tough boy hides behind!!!!!!It dosen't always work,he needs to understand people a little better because like anyone he may meet up with the wrong person,the badge is not what makes a man bullet proof there are lots of good officers out there who don't feel they need to play billy bad ass!
Charlie, who is it and where is the evidence of any beatdown ever? Natchitoches is a public office, please provide some proof of this slanderish claim. And meeting up with the 'wrong person' is that a threat if he were to encounter you acting illegally? He didn't get away with it, what are you suggesting you would do? I'm sure that YOU would be innocent until proven guilty, he shouldn't be afforded the same Rights?
really for real

United States

#14 Oct 20, 2011
Really don't wish anyone harm or injustice.. EVERYTIME I've seen the guy he's been just nice as can be ... I just think being a peace officer shouldn't come with special privileges..I'm a mechanic doesn't mean it's free to fix my vehicles !! I wish him luck everybody needs luck !! And with you being his biggest supporter I wish you luck .
Outside of Gold Limits

United States

#15 Oct 20, 2011
Police officers are supposed to be above things like this, it doesn't matter what is going on in his life and I can't believe people would say that makes it all alright.

I'm not condemning the man but he being an officer and having seen (I'm sure) what happens from drinking and driving through working wrecks and such who could he think it is ok for him to do it.

He made an oath to protect and serve the citizens, how is he protecting when he is drinking and driving. He made an oath to uphold the law, he broke it and could have broken it much worse through vehicular manslaughter, thank God he didn't!
Not casting a stone

United States

#16 Oct 20, 2011
Mr Lindsey is going through the sane judicial process as a normal citizen. He is receiving no special treatment. His actions are wrong and he is being dealt with accordingly. But we are not all perfect, we make mistakes. He made one that he should have known better. But yet again we aren't perfect and we do make mistakes. If we live in a society that isn't willing to give someone a second chance then we are in bad shape. Give the man a chance, he is going through the judicial process as you or I would. But do not out cast this man becuase he made a mistake that happens to many. He was wrong and is now facing consequences, don't cast a stone at him for being human. His actions aren't right and I doubt by having a badge he feels he is above the law. He is only human. I hope he has learned from this and will make him a better person bc he actually is a good officer. He SHOULD learn from this and remember the worse effects of what COULD have happened.

God bless

.....saving my stones for another day
maybeso

United States

#17 Oct 20, 2011
Yeah he may be a good ole boy ???
Just not a lot room for good ole boys !!
i kno

Doyline, LA

#18 Oct 24, 2011
Look! I kno him personally! N u kno let me ask u this!! How many ppl lose their jobs cuz they get a dwi! I have one myself n i didnt lose mine! He is going to court and paying his fine just like everybody else! So y should he have to lose his job along wit it! Cops are human jus like everybody else
uhh

Natchitoches, LA

#20 Oct 25, 2011
yes cops are human i believe everyones issue with this is that cops protect and serve and enforce the laws. if a cop cant even follow the laws? there is a moral and character issue. he known what he did was wrong im glad he was caught and has to go through it like everyone else that would. i hope he has eaten the whole humble pie not just a slice and has learned from it. should he lose his job ? No but i do hope and pray that those in charge followed the appropriate procedures and handle it accordingly not sweep under the rug because he is one of them.( if that happened i dont know i wasnt there its just my hope)

just me

Coushatta, LA

#21 Oct 26, 2011
You may not lose your job. But he has to drive a cop car to do his job. Whenever you get a DWI the police dept. usually take your drivers license. So if he is driving, he is doing so illegally. which is against the law.
well well

Coushatta, LA

#22 Oct 26, 2011
if he's driving maybe he didnt get his license taken u idiot,surely the police dept.wouldnt let him drive without one,"Dont Be Stupid".
uhh

Natchitoches, LA

#23 Oct 26, 2011
actually on the back of your DWI ticket your licence is suspended after 30 days of the ticket date its up to a judge on when you get them back and if you need a ingnition interlock system installed. my ex tried to tell me diffrent when he got one so i went to the sherrifs office to get the truth.
i kno

Doyline, LA

#24 Oct 26, 2011
I beg to differ wen i got mine it was also a first offense and mine never got suspended... so that doesnt always apply.. n besides even if his did get suspended (which it did) they give u a temp licenses till u go to court. N yes he does have a temp license so he is able to drive. N wen u go to court u can also get a license for while urs is suspended so u can LEGALLY drive to n from work. N since driving is part of his job is to drive im sure he will be permitted to do that as well..

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