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Since: Jun 09

Frankfort, IN

#1 Dec 3, 2011
I have been married only 3 years to a man that in the beginning made me feel so wonderful, beautiful, sexy and like I was perfect to him. Emotional abuse started quickly after marriage and then a couple of times in the past year there has been physical abuse.
This last time just took the cake though. I tried to call 911 and he broke my phone so I could not call. He then called and the police came out. They did not allow me to say anything, show them the marks from his abuse and even made me remove some of my stuff from my truck. I went to the hospital for a back injury but declined to press charges that night because the Dr. told me that the same officers that were at the house would be the ones to come to the hospital. I went to the prosecutors office two days later to press charges of battery. They took pictures of the bruises and my statement. A protection order was served a week later which included a court date.
The order states that the police is to accompany me to the residence to get my belongings. I have gotten NO cooperation from the police. I had to demand that they obey the order and escort me to get some of my belongings. After my husband opened the shed and set a few boxes of my stuff out on the ground the officer was inside of the shed talking about all the tools and the things that my husband built. Next thing I know the officer and my husband were practically walking arm in arm to the front of the house and up on the porch. I was left alone in the alley.
My husband violated the no contact order and I called the police, as I was told to do so. They sent an officer out but he just blew me off. I have the violation in writing on Facebook.
I am at my wits end and don't know what to do.
I now know why a lot women do not report abuse.
The Frankfort police department has inflicted more emotional abuse than any abuse I have ever received form any man.
bounty hunter

United States

#2 Dec 6, 2011
MrsJC wrote:
I have been married only 3 years to a man that in the beginning made me feel so wonderful, beautiful, sexy and like I was perfect to him. Emotional abuse started quickly after marriage and then a couple of times in the past year there has been physical abuse.
This last time just took the cake though. I tried to call 911 and he broke my phone so I could not call. He then called and the police came out. They did not allow me to say anything, show them the marks from his abuse and even made me remove some of my stuff from my truck. I went to the hospital for a back injury but declined to press charges that night because the Dr. told me that the same officers that were at the house would be the ones to come to the hospital. I went to the prosecutors office two days later to press charges of battery. They took pictures of the bruises and my statement. A protection order was served a week later which included a court date.
The order states that the police is to accompany me to the residence to get my belongings. I have gotten NO cooperation from the police. I had to demand that they obey the order and escort me to get some of my belongings. After my husband opened the shed and set a few boxes of my stuff out on the ground the officer was inside of the shed talking about all the tools and the things that my husband built. Next thing I know the officer and my husband were practically walking arm in arm to the front of the house and up on the porch. I was left alone in the alley.
My husband violated the no contact order and I called the police, as I was told to do so. They sent an officer out but he just blew me off. I have the violation in writing on Facebook.
I am at my wits end and don't know what to do.
I now know why a lot women do not report abuse.
The Frankfort police department has inflicted more emotional abuse than any abuse I have ever received form any man.
Contact sheriff dept.and or state police and explain lack of cooperation with city police.
Col Smith

Vermilion, OH

#3 Dec 6, 2011
Yes. Frankfort pigs are crooked. Contact the state police, if that doesn't work try the Indy news channels regarding the police corruption.

In Frankfort everyone knows everyone, so the pigs are probably buddies with your hubby!!!
oh yea

United States

#4 Dec 7, 2011
MrsJC wrote:
I have been married only 3 years to a man that in the beginning made me feel so wonderful, beautiful, sexy and like I was perfect to him. Emotional abuse started quickly after marriage and then a couple of times in the past year there has been physical abuse.
This last time just took the cake though. I tried to call 911 and he broke my phone so I could not call. He then called and the police came out. They did not allow me to say anything, show them the marks from his abuse and even made me remove some of my stuff from my truck. I went to the hospital for a back injury but declined to press charges that night because the Dr. told me that the same officers that were at the house would be the ones to come to the hospital. I went to the prosecutors office two days later to press charges of battery. They took pictures of the bruises and my statement. A protection order was served a week later which included a court date.
The order states that the police is to accompany me to the residence to get my belongings. I have gotten NO cooperation from the police. I had to demand that they obey the order and escort me to get some of my belongings. After my husband opened the shed and set a few boxes of my stuff out on the ground the officer was inside of the shed talking about all the tools and the things that my husband built. Next thing I know the officer and my husband were practically walking arm in arm to the front of the house and up on the porch. I was left alone in the alley.
My husband violated the no contact order and I called the police, as I was told to do so. They sent an officer out but he just blew me off. I have the violation in writing on Facebook.
I am at my wits end and don't know what to do.
I now know why a lot women do not report abuse.
The Frankfort police department has inflicted more emotional abuse than any abuse I have ever received form any man.
Putting this on topix???

This whole thing looks awfully suspicious. Good thing. Florida and Ohio people are there to support you since you won't find anyone with common sense here to buy this crap.
WTH

Kansas City, MO

#5 Dec 7, 2011
Not sure if Topix is the place to aire these problems, but here are a few suggestions.
When I have had problems, I have went to the department and asked for Officer Wes or Officer Talbot. They will take the time. They both work during the day. I have always been pleased with these two guys..
Secondly, If your allegations are true talk to the Chief or Deputy Chief. Not sure if it will help or not.

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#6 Dec 7, 2011
MrsJC wrote:
I have the violation in writing on Facebook.
On Facebook? What does that mean?
hicky

United States

#7 Dec 7, 2011
WTH wrote:
Not sure if Topix is the place to aire these problems, but here are a few suggestions.
When I have had problems, I have went to the department and asked for Officer Wes or Officer Talbot. They will take the time. They both work during the day. I have always been pleased with these two guys..
Secondly, If your allegations are true talk to the Chief or Deputy Chief. Not sure if it will help or not.
Omg Yeh come c me ill get you a doughnuts . O wait my nasty imbtead wife needs to know first . Please lady this hickson is corrupt . And his nasty scanky wife. She will brand u if true or not true
hicky

United States

#8 Dec 7, 2011
The whole family is corrupt. Uneducated imbtead city spong scanderals. They are no good.
bounty hunter

United States

#9 Dec 7, 2011
oh yea wrote:
<quoted text>Putting this on topix???

This whole thing looks awfully suspicious. Good thing. Florida and Ohio people are there to support you since you won't find anyone with common sense here to buy this crap.
Thanks for rockin in a free world
keep strong

Lafayette, IN

#10 Dec 8, 2011
its hard for the police to take these things serious when many keep going back (for watever reasons). That being said as their only defense, this county revictimizes the victims every time. Personally, they made me feel like it was my fault even though my ex didn't live with me and had a restraining order. I called to make a report and hickson said he knew him and would talk to him and give him a warning. not even a month later he broke in my house and beat me up pretty bad. In every part of the system they will demean and demoralize you. Stick to it, stay firm and persistent. more women need to let them all know, we won't tolerate this 1950 s attitude anymore. no matter wat the cause to ur problems, no body deserves to live in fear and be smacked around. good luck to u.
parnell bailey jr

Chicago, IL

#11 Dec 14, 2011
Cole smith is a wife beater!
hey you

Chicago, IL

#12 Dec 19, 2011
Smock??
raymundo

Chicago, IL

#13 Dec 19, 2011
Seriously? I can tell u first hand the fpd takes these situations seriously.I bet there is part(s) if not alot of the story you are leaving out. If they were called for a domestic and you had visable wounds he would have went to jail no questions asked. The prosecutor would have racked him up a few felonies to start with also. Idk what the true story is, but this isnt the place for it. I would go see the ywca and ask for help if your story is true. Telling the whole world here isnt going to help you!
noticing things

United States

#14 Dec 19, 2011
1 of 4 women are victims of domestic abuse according to figures released last week. It's a serious problem, not a joking matter.
bcareful

Chicago, IL

#15 Dec 19, 2011
Men get abused also! Fact!
because

United States

#16 Dec 19, 2011
Bill Cosby said "let the beatings begin" so I did. Who's next?

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#17 Dec 19, 2011
MrsJC wrote:
I have been married only 3 years to a man that in the beginning made me feel so wonderful, beautiful, sexy and like I was perfect to him. Emotional abuse started quickly after marriage and then a couple of times in the past year there has been physical abuse.
This last time just took the cake though. I tried to call 911 and he broke my phone so I could not call. He then called and the police came out. They did not allow me to say anything, show them the marks from his abuse and even made me remove some of my stuff from my truck. I went to the hospital for a back injury but declined to press charges that night because the Dr. told me that the same officers that were at the house would be the ones to come to the hospital. I went to the prosecutors office two days later to press charges of battery. They took pictures of the bruises and my statement. A protection order was served a week later which included a court date.
The order states that the police is to accompany me to the residence to get my belongings. I have gotten NO cooperation from the police. I had to demand that they obey the order and escort me to get some of my belongings. After my husband opened the shed and set a few boxes of my stuff out on the ground the officer was inside of the shed talking about all the tools and the things that my husband built. Next thing I know the officer and my husband were practically walking arm in arm to the front of the house and up on the porch. I was left alone in the alley.
My husband violated the no contact order and I called the police, as I was told to do so. They sent an officer out but he just blew me off. I have the violation in writing on Facebook.
I am at my wits end and don't know what to do.
I now know why a lot women do not report abuse.
The Frankfort police department has inflicted more emotional abuse than any abuse I have ever received form any man.
I guess this means you are out of the nut house now?
happiness

Indianapolis, IN

#18 Dec 19, 2011
So, first and foremost, I don't believe that anyone deserves to be abused. Period. With that being said, however, I ALSO don't believe that any person is prince charming one minute and then evil the next. There are always red flags that proceed abuse. Some people just either a) choose not to see them, or b)are too dumb to recognize them for what they are. I dated a guy many years ago who was the prince charming type at first. One day he got mad because I wanted to go out with my friends. RED FLAG. A while later he threw a lamp across the room when I went somewhere where there were people of the opposite sex. RED FLAG. A year into the relationship, he was downright jealous and possessive. He didn't just wake up that way one day. He was always that way, it just took time for the red flags to come out. After a few red flags, I was outta there. There was NO WAY I was going to spend another day, let alone the rest of my life with someone with that kind of temper. Moral of the story: take your time. Don't get so caught up in the romance that you can't see the red flags. A bad person can fool people for a little while, but not for long. After a while they slip up and let their anger show itself. Abuse is progressive. And THAT, my friends, is why you don't marry someone after only dating them a few months. You date them for a long time. If their prince-like behavior starts to fade, then you get out. Less people would be in abusive relationships if they'd slow down a little. So many people are in such a friggin hurry to tie the knot, that they don't take the time to really, truly see who the person is. Like I said, someone with abusive tendencies can only play the nice guy (or girl) for so long. I'm no expert, but Im guessing that our original poster on this topic jumped the gun. No one jumps from amazing to abusive overnight. She probably missed the flags...just sayin.
noticing things

United States

#19 Dec 20, 2011
I agree "happiness". Abusers can only behave and hide their true ways for so long. People do get married or start living together way to soon. Zig Ziglar, I believe, stated that couples should experience every holiday together twice before the get married. Abuse, toward anyone, is a terrible thing. Abusers are generally very good at convincing their victim that they didn't mean to hurt them and that it won't happen again. It takes a very strong person to be able to walk away. Most people who get caught up in an abusive relationship aren't strong people to begin with which is why they are targets in the first place.
joke

United States

#20 Dec 20, 2011
a lot of the cops are know for being women beaters themselves. just ask kevin!

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