Sheriff's deputy arrested a third time

Sheriff's deputy arrested a third time

There are 168 comments on the WOOD-TV Grand Rapids and Michigan story from Mar 31, 2008, titled Sheriff's deputy arrested a third time. In it, WOOD-TV Grand Rapids and Michigan reports that:

An Allegan County sheriff's deputy is off the beat after being arrested a third time.

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Courtney

AOL

#185 Apr 2, 2008
AngelEyes wrote:
This officer knows the law and shouldn't be given special treatment. Any one of us would be sitting in jail headed for prison right now! Why are officers given special treatment?? This is crazy!!!
My husband's in prison for running on foot from Allegan officers.... not for drugs, weapons, violence..... but for running.(He'd been driving on a suspended license) So tell me why this officer shouldn't do some time??? And I'm not talking about Federal prison either! That's like a country club.... make him do State prison time, every day of it with no good time!!!!!!
He'll probably get some type of punishment. Fleeing and eluding is a crime. Your husband should be in trouble for that.
Leighton Fire Fighter

Novi, MI

#186 Apr 3, 2008
Know your facts wrote:
Oh by the way, I have nothing to hide. I am a Police Officer. I do not work with Deputy Haan nor do I know him, let alone have an ounce of respect left for him. The reason I decided to participate in this forum is because of some of the comments I have read people are posting incorrect or misleading information. Also I want everybody to remember that just because there are individuals like him wearing a badge doresnt mean we are all like that. Some of us take great pride not only in our career but the oath we did take, I myself wont even touch alcohol. I dont want citizens of the community I work in, or the kids in my neighborhood seeing me, the man the look to for help, sucking down a beer every time I am off duty, so none for me. Anyway, thanks for taking the time to read my post and please remember, the majority of us respect our job and the oath we took, I am ashamed of the ones who don't.
Indeed that is true. I am not law enforcement but if I did anything illegal I would be held to a higher standard since I serve my community. Hopefully justice will prevail. We can only hope.
Gail in Wyoming

Wixom, MI

#187 Apr 3, 2008
He sounds like a time bomb waiting to go off. In this profession, you should be held to a high standard, as well as an example for children in the community. Children are taught to respect police officers, but they have to be deserving of that respect. There are many good police officers around, and this is another example of "one bad apple".

May the law keep him away from his wife and children and keep them safe.
Wendy

Greenville, MI

#188 Apr 3, 2008
egor-ski aleegun kountie wrote:
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Do you even KNOW English? STFU
CLOUD

Tacoma, WA

#189 Apr 6, 2008
Mike wrote:
...Why exactly do Law Enforcement officers need to be held to a higher standard? Are any of you that say to fire him because he needs to be held to a higher standard are held to a higher standard at your job as well?...
Does the difference between

sworn, armed officers of the law/ public servants with arrest powers -

and the REST of us really need to be drawn out for you?
CLOUD

Tacoma, WA

#190 Apr 6, 2008
meidcieh wrote:
You people are f'ing idiots. what he does on his own time is no ones buisness. so go f yourselves
Spoken like a true bad cop.
ziggy

Ann Arbor, MI

#191 Apr 15, 2008
Why don't all of you critics take a good look at yourselves and your lives? Are you all good role models to your children? Are any of you without fault? This officer had a breakdown. It's a obvious pattern. 18 years with no problem, then this. He is a human being and as falliable as any of you that would be quick to judge him. Do you know how many lives he saved in his 18 years? What a bunch of hypocrites you all are.
OOPS

Grand Rapids, MI

#192 Apr 16, 2008
ziggy wrote:
Why don't all of you critics take a good look at yourselves and your lives? Are you all good role models to your children? Are any of you without fault? This officer had a breakdown. It's a obvious pattern. 18 years with no problem, then this. He is a human being and as falliable as any of you that would be quick to judge him. Do you know how many lives he saved in his 18 years? What a bunch of hypocrites you all are.
And this goes for the Holland Cop who killed his wife too. Come on Ziggy!! He also did ten years of great service and one day snap and killed his wife. DON"T BUY IT ZIGGY! Your a bad cop defending a bad cop. Get rid of the bad cops!! We don't need them.

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