Warning: Boone County Police
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Williamsburg, OH

#41 Apr 11, 2013
Cops usually have some kind of insecurity with themselves. Learn that and move on.
Citizen Protection

Burlington, KY

#43 Jun 25, 2013
The police are at times a necessary evil. Not all are as corrupt as this implies, the only problem is that there are very few that can operate without bias. Remember its all about promotion and powers. I have never needed them to protect me or my family, as everyone assumes that is what they are for. Don't have a problem with enforcing the law, if you break it you should suffer the consequences but also remember if they wish to set you up for a fall you wont stop them. The military men and women protect this country and I have seen many instances where jealous officers have assaulted and charged current military and veterans, so next time, think hard and observe, its easy to see the honest officers that we do have and I wish there were more of the honest type but there wont be just because of the shallow pool there is to pick from.
citizen protector

Burlington, KY

#44 Jun 27, 2013
Given that the only intelligent word you could reply with is dumbass provides everyone with your intelligence. Simply put so your small pea sized brain can comprehend, no one says no police but a better and improved group of officers who can function legally and without pre judgement and breaking the law themselves to purport that they are in effect enforcing it. If you have a problem with the local police call the state police to investigate because believe it or not they operate at a much higher level of honesty and integrity than you will ever see out of your locals pushing for promotion at the expense of everyone they are supposed to protect and serve. Nothing worse than a police officer out to make a name for him or herself at the expense of the law. I have always had respect for the law but never for those that use it for their own gain. Respect begets respect.

United States

#45 Jul 6, 2013
Are you black?
Chris c

Williamsburg, OH

#46 Jul 31, 2013
Yes cops usually abuse the badge, and their children! Hoooo!

Berea, KY

#47 Aug 11, 2013
clergy and the police wrote:
98% of police officers are fine upstanding people. Only 2% are involved in corruption.....thats better thaan Clergy..... So say what you want.
I grew up in a rough neighborhood in elsmere i can tell you first hand that there are good cops and bad ones as teenagers we got harrased all the time checking us for drugs pat downs making us take off our shoes checking all that stuff.i had an officer one time put me in the cruiser and tell me if i didnt tell him where all the dope was coming from around this neighbor he was going to take me to jail for a minor infraction.But with all that being said I had the honor of knowing an outstanding officer that was killed in the line of duty his name was Officer Palmer of the elsmere pd he responded to a domestic and exchanged gunfire with a suspect and both were fataly wounded he was the type of officer that would joke and cut up with us street kids and we always respected him for that because he cared so RIP officer palmer

United States

#48 Sep 9, 2013
Citizen wrote:
Your post doesn't even deserve a response. It is so ludacris and absurd that I refuse to waste my time pointing out every lie and despicable statement you made. You make me sick.
Its amazing that u have had run ins w afew Cops n u talk trash about all of them. W ur little attitude I would be a jerk twords u too. My fiance was pulled over for expired plates then he couldnt find his insurance card. N the BOONE COUNTY DEPUTY was very respectful. U know y cause he was respectful to him. Come to find out he hada warrant out from 6 yrs ago. He took my fiance to jail. But he allowef my fiance to call me first. Didnt cuff him n dropped the other charges. N the cop told him u have been the most respectful person I have pulled over. N my fiance said I screwed up for u to pull me over.
So maybe u have a smartass attitude n the Cops dont appreciate it.

United States

#49 Sep 9, 2013
Sry I did that to the knuckle heads trash talking Cops

Commiskey, IN

#50 Jul 15, 2014
Yeah cops are so great huh why did that young girl get shot pulling out of a arty where she thought it was ok to go. For you faggots getting on here defending them you're probably the little bitch who was cheering that retard on. Shoot first ask questions later seems to be the new standard action. Make sure you leave home with a bullet proof vest on because even the cops are killing
Reads too much

Dayton, OH

#51 Jul 18, 2014
clergy and the police wrote:
98% of police officers are fine upstanding people. Only 2% are involved in corruption.....thats better thaan Clergy..... So say what you want.
Can you name your sources or provide links ? Until then I refuse to believe your made up facts. See:
Cops Beat Their Wives & Girlfriends At Double The National Rate, Still Receive Promotions
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/cops-beat-wi...


Anonymous Proxy

#52 Jul 19, 2014
I used to deliver goods in Boone County, but I requested and my company agreed that the area was a danger zone for people due to it's incompetent police forces. So now people that receive packages from us have to pick them up at the service center.

I know this is bad for customers, but why should I enter an area where some stupid officer could do something as ignorant as jump on my vehicle. Now drawing his weapon on the hood of my car will probably result in him expiring. Now Imagine having to eliminate not only him, but no doubt his fellow officers as they defend his useless ass. No sir, I will just stay out of that area.

Screw the customers of Boone county, their getting their packages is not worth the danger the police present.

Union, KY

#53 Sep 4, 2015
farron wrote:
twice in the past week, i been pulled over from officer P. Ridgell. i dont know whats this dudes problem is, if he psycho or trying to get some kind of end of the month quota, but he has been sitting by my work watching people and pulling them over when they get on the road. Last week i pullied out onto Weaver and he followed me, less than quarter mile pulls me over and said i was clocked doing 65 in a 55. I drive a base slow azz Dodge Neon, how in the world is that possible? i questioned him over the deal and i recorded it all on my phone, but he let me go, today i pull out, im at 55, he is coming in the opposite direction doing about the same, makes a u turn and pulls me over again saying i wasnt wearing a seat belt. Ok, at those speeds with his and my windows rolled up and i have tint, how can he even tell? and yes i my seat belt was on. Is he just some crooked cop or what? I know if he does this im going to see my attorney, and their azz is getting sued like i did ludlow police. Nothing bugs me more than a crooked cop that hides behind his badge.
These "cops" are police men/women who put their lives on the line everyday for you and me! Call 911, have an accident, need any help, POLICE will drop what they are doing and be there for you! Obey the law, show respect and don't draw attention to yourself.....there won't be a problem!

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