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out ofstate

United States

#1 Apr 8, 2010
anybody know anything about him? i hear he's a cop and has several women?
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Olive Branch, MS

#2 Apr 11, 2010
Yea I know him and he is a really good guy will do anything for anyone and I don't see where it is anyones business how many women anyone has I wish all the people on this website would get a life but ya know if you had a life you would not be on here trying to trash someone elses Im sick of everybody saying shit like this about cops just because someone is a cop don't mean they have several women now I think I have told you all you need to no OUT OFSTATE
wonderin

Cabot, AR

#3 Apr 17, 2010
sounds like you must be the one living with him since his wife and kids left.
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Austin, AR

#4 May 13, 2010
Sounds like you don't know what the hell your talking about WONDERIN
anonymous

Little Rock, AR

#5 Jul 15, 2010
actually i know him better than any of you guys do i guarantee and i can tell you that the things that have been said are true both good and bad
Missouri chick

United States

#6 Jul 16, 2010
yea ive heard he has a bunch of women he does. might cause him to be in a bind one of these days.
Anonymous

United States

#7 Jul 17, 2010
out ofstate wrote:
anybody know anything about him? i hear he's a cop and has several women?
Yea I know him and dont believe what everyone says about him there are a few who would love more than to see his life shattered because he didnt give in to the bull they were pulling.
Anonymous

United States

#8 Jul 17, 2010
to tired wrote:
<quoted text> Yea I know him and dont believe what everyone says about him there are a few who would love more than to see his life shattered because he didnt give in to the bull they were pulling.
you can bet yur life i know him better then anyone and i sure am not his live in he never had anyone living with him after he asked his wife to move out at least he was smart enough to get rid of all the trouble makers he deservived better than what he had all the way arond.
anonymous

Little Rock, AR

#9 Jul 20, 2010
he didn't get rid of anyone. they got rid of him. no one around who knows him likes him. ask around. the only people that care anything about him are his family and thats just because they have to. everyone i know doesn't ever care to hear from him or see him aggain. and the only reason his wife has anything to do with him is because they have a kid together. and he didn't deserve better he didnt even deserve what he had because hes worthless. he had everything given to him and handed to him and he was too selfish to appreciate it from anyone. its really sad how pathetic he is. no one feels sorry for him because he did have several women and everyone finally found out. he had everything coming to him, and whoever wrote that last thing really needs more schooling.
laughing

Waterloo, Canada

#10 Aug 1, 2010
What's so funny is that last comment is probably the most truthful of all. I know he's been talking shit about the girls he's been sleeping with and talking more shit about the one he was actually dating when his wife moved out. And having several women has already gotten him in a bind. To be honest I'm surprised he's still around and hasn't been run out of town yet w him being so worried about what people think. His wife doesn't even want anything to do w him. She's said it herself that she doesn't care about anything about him except for their daughter. He's such a sad little man and he has a bad road ahead of him w the way everyone feels about him.
Lmao

Dallas, TX

#11 Aug 2, 2010
Really people? I think he is a pretty damn decent guy. Working 3 jobs to support his family. Which it's almost funny to call it that. BC NONE OF THE KIDS ARE HIS. And his Ho bag wife knows it. But he still stepped up.
laughing

Waterloo, Canada

#12 Aug 2, 2010
He's not even working 3 jobs. He quit one and 'taking time off' from another and the youngest child is his. And if his wife is such a ho bag its funny he's still talking to her and spending time w her and those kids. But I guess spending time w a ho is what he's best at. He lost the one person he was w that was good to him bc he was w 4 or 5 hoes after his wife moved out. so if you think that's a decent guy then you're just a big a whore as him. He's so pathetic and doing nothing but talking shit about the girls who were smart enough to leave his sorry ass because he's no longer getting what he wanted. Him and everyone else would be better off if he left town. The only people who like him are con artists and other whores who don't do shit on the job but try to get a piece of ass. He may as well be on a street corner.
haha

Olive Branch, MS

#13 Aug 2, 2010
yea one things thats funny tho is that one of them hoes, mandy, cheats on him as much as he cheats on the rest of them. haha
laughing

Waterloo, Canada

#14 Aug 2, 2010
Haha. Have to agree with that! He will have it coming to him soon. Worse than he just did. He really f'd up recently.
lol

Waterloo, Canada

#15 Aug 7, 2010
Its even funnier all this is being said bc its all true and everyone knows. Even his what yall called ho bag wife and she's stupid enough to go back to him! Lmao
Dianna

Farmington, AR

#16 Aug 8, 2010
to tired wrote:
<quoted text> you can bet yur life i know him better then anyone and i sure am not his live in he never had anyone living with him after he asked his wife to move out at least he was smart enough to get rid of all the trouble makers he deservived better than what he had all the way arond.
I have no idea what you guys are discussing but the majority of law enforcement agents have ethical guidelines to abide by. If you are a cop & are sleeping with many women you put your credibility on the line. For example a good defense attorney would point out that a married man who is deceptive to his wife could be deceptive on the stand. Cops like teachers and school officials have a code of ethics to follow. I have 2 degrees in criminal justice and have studied the law in depth. I personally do not care if a married man cheats on his wife as that is his business but if an officer of the law cheats on his wife he puts the credibility of himself and his department on the line.

As stated I do not know what you guys are discussing and if this guy is in law enforcement and cheated on his wife he put his own credibility on the line.

I will give a few examples. The age of consent has been lowered to 16 in most states and 14 in others. If a guy in your town is dating a 16 year old with her parents consent it does not reflect well on him but he is not breaking the law. If someone is a cop, teacher, coach, or school official dating a 16 year old they are violating ethical guidelines, rules & regulations which are set out in most schools and law enforcement agencies. A teacher who starts dating a 16 year old will more than likely be fired and they break the trust of the parents of their classmates as people will assume the teacher is going to seduce other students. Same with law enforcement agents. Regardless of the laws when law enforcement agents break specific ethics, rules and regulations outlined in a handbook they put the credibility of themselves and the department in jeopardy. The people in the community will be afraid the law enforcement agent will stop their 16 year old and harm them.

When you are in law enforcement or work at a school you have a different set of rules to follow. You can put your credibility and the credibility of your department or school in jeaopardy. The community has to trust those who are in law enforcement and teachers/school officials.

Law enforcement agents have different rules to follow-- cheating on their wives is just one of the no no's of being in law enforcement. If your actions can be disruptive to your workplace or the court they are unacceptable.

I personally do not care if a married man leaves his wife-- that is his business but law enforcement agents who cheat on their wives cross the line because it puts their credibility and the credibility of their department on the line.

As for people in the community- cheating on a spouse is not a crime in Arkansas although believe it or not in a few states adultery is a criminal offense. The point being--if he cheated on his wife -- let the drama die-- let his wife and children make peace with the divorce or seperation. I hated how the tabloids exploited the Brad/Angelina/Jennifer drama. Let the man live in peace but if he is a cop and cheated on his wife he will not make a good witness in any arrest case as his credibility and honesty will be in question.
lol

Waterloo, Canada

#17 Aug 9, 2010
While everything you're saying is true the sheriff's office here doesn't care about that stuff bc if they did he wouldve been fired a long time ago. The sheriff we have let's them do all he wants. And he is sleeping around I've seen it. Even had him tell me about it himself. And his wife if that's what you want to call her actually was stupid enough to go back. LMAO... Sorry what a moron... Anyway I wish the sheriff's office here would abide by the rules bc personally I don't feel safe w him on the streets being the type of person he is.
Belziebub

Farmington, AR

#18 Aug 10, 2010
lol wrote:
While everything you're saying is true the sheriff's office here doesn't care about that stuff bc if they did he wouldve been fired a long time ago. The sheriff we have let's them do all he wants. And he is sleeping around I've seen it. Even had him tell me about it himself. And his wife if that's what you want to call her actually was stupid enough to go back. LMAO... Sorry what a moron... Anyway I wish the sheriff's office here would abide by the rules bc personally I don't feel safe w him on the streets being the type of person he is.
Well I am glad that no one can make up lies about me --although I am not in law enforcement I can say without any hesitation if anyone tried to lie about me they would be proven a liar- and all video footage clears me-- long story -- I am not sure which will be more enjoyable- me getting the money or doing a victory dance as the people involved are arrested.
As for your police department- hopefully they will realize that law enforcement agents have seperate rules & regulations that others are not bound by (example if a man who is not in law enforcement cheats on his wife he only harms his wife and himself but a cop harms himself, his community, & his department) and if this man cheated on his wife he put his credibility and the credibility of the department on the line and a good defense attorney would eat him alive on the stand.

The thing I hate about a small town is that this man and his wife will be the subject of conversations for a long time--if he is not a trustworthy cop then he should be dismissed from his duties but permitted to go on with his life. People should not crucify him but instead try to get him on the right path. Possibly he could rehabilitate & remain on the force.

Nothing I have said is "code" talk-- I do not speaky code- if I have something to say I say it-- all video footage clears me.

If this man is not a good man-- maybe the people in the town should try in a friendly way to point out the error of his ways and get him on the right track. When a group or community treats someone very badly the results could backfire on them and this man harm someone. If someone is sleeping around, cheating, an alcoholic, etc... try to rehabilitate the man instead of cast stones-- if someone is a criminal they are to be arrested. If someone is screwing up their life you try to get them on the right track. Contact your police department and tell them that the officer is putting his credibility and the credibility of the department on the line which in turn puts the community in danger in a round about way. A good defense attorney could get a criminal found not guilty due to the officer's credibility then the criminal is set free to commit more crimes. Tell the Sheriff's department this man needs to straighten his life out & if he does not you will be forced to go over their heads and have something done. Every department has someone to answer to. If a police department is acting improperly, corrupt, incompetent, you turn them into the Department of Justice or Attorney General -- if that does not work you contact the United Nations. first try the departments: Arkansas State Police- Department of Justice- IAB(Internal Affairs Bureau)- etc... if that does not work you contact the United Nations.

Good luck-- once again-- all video footage clears me and nothing I say is code talk.
MandaJ

Mountain View, AR

#19 Oct 1, 2010
Ya'll ALL need to grow THE f up and get a DAMN life! Ronnie Joshlin is one of the best men I know! The fact of ya'll getting on here and dissin him makes me want to hunt ya'll down and HURT YOU! Jus sayin!
yea

Austin, AR

#20 Oct 1, 2010
hes the farthest from good that you can get. Always cheating on his wife.

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