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LAPD female detective arrested in 1986 Van Nuys murder

There are 116 comments on the LA Daily News story from Jun 5, 2009, titled LAPD female detective arrested in 1986 Van Nuys murder. In it, LA Daily News reports that:

A Los Angeles Police Department detective was arrested Friday in connection with the 1986 killing of her ex-boyfriend's wife, police said.

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Dirty Cop

United States

#1 Jun 5, 2009
Another Dirty Cop, hope bubba gets her good.
Bureaucratic Mess

Pasadena, CA

#2 Jun 5, 2009
It was nice of the LAPD to allow one of their own to walk the streets for 23 years before finally arresting her for a murder for which she should have been suspect no. 1.

Meanwhile, they're in hot pursuit of a 5'2" 150 pregnant Asian woman who took and then returned an over-priced designer purse with a retail value of $1,500, a probable wholesale value of $500, and a probable manufacturing cost of $5 in a Chinese sweatshop.

God, don't you just love our civil servants?
Norman Moore

North Hills, CA

#3 Jun 5, 2009
Dirty Cop wrote:
Another Dirty Cop, hope bubba gets her good.
More likely Bertha than Bubba.
Rich Man

Irvine, CA

#4 Jun 5, 2009
If she is convicted, she is a disgrace to the uniform! A life sentence would be letter her off easy.
Jack

Van Nuys, CA

#5 Jun 5, 2009
Only 23 years WOW so fast ! OH one of their own no wonder it took so long ...This is a real sick joke....
Former LAPD

United States

#7 Jun 5, 2009
Another one bites the dust...
Very Amateur Detective

Corona Del Mar, CA

#8 Jun 5, 2009
Couldn't her DNA be near the victim because she was having an affair with the husband?
pedro

Pinecrest, CA

#9 Jun 5, 2009
I wonder how many more crimes other LAPD FAMILY memberz have COMMITED? In my young life l've seen my share of UNBELIEVABLE MOMENTZ:( hmmm hmmm wilshire div.
Cool guy

Garden Grove, CA

#10 Jun 5, 2009
pedro wrote:
I wonder how many more crimes other LAPD FAMILY memberz have COMMITED? In my young life l've seen my share of UNBELIEVABLE MOMENTZ:( hmmm hmmm wilshire div.
Rampart Division? Don't forget them =)
Willy Smith

Los Angeles, CA

#11 Jun 5, 2009
Wow. LAPD finally had the guts to
1) Arrest one of their own
2) Arrest one of the untouchables (female employee)

It's about time. Nice job.
Anti Bureaucratic Mess

Los Angeles, CA

#12 Jun 5, 2009
I think we should look at what was done here instead of saying how long it took. Say all you want about our civil servants but at the end of the day, they never gave up and brought justice. So stop bashing the civil servants every freakin day on every freakin post. Don't you get sick of it?
Mufon

Los Angeles, CA

#13 Jun 5, 2009
pedro wrote:
I wonder how many more crimes other LAPD FAMILY memberz have COMMITED? In my young life l've seen my share of UNBELIEVABLE MOMENTZ:( hmmm hmmm wilshire div.
Then why aren't you taking this information before the Grand Jury, District Attorney or FBI, rather than just blogging in the Daily News about it? Or are you advancing urban legends, from "friends of friends?"
Studio City Homesick

United States

#14 Jun 5, 2009
"Guilty until proved innocent"
Fist full of dollars

Honolulu, HI

#15 Jun 5, 2009
How can anyone be ignorant of the fact that DNA tests were not done 23 years ago... And the backlog of untested case evidence was enormous. The arrest was made when technology allowed the crime lab to catch up. Some of the comments above are so inflammitory, they are laughable. Clearly you don't know how to criticize a police department in an intelligent way. Learn how, and make a difference, rather than making a buffoon of yourself.
ANOTHER OF LA

United States

#16 Jun 5, 2009
Just goes to show that cops aren't much different than the people they arrest everyday.
cjh

West Hollywood, CA

#17 Jun 5, 2009
LA pays the most so we can attract the best?!
Regular Citizen

Temecula, CA

#18 Jun 5, 2009
Best wishes for Scott Young and his daughter. Good work LAPD.
Regular Citizen

Temecula, CA

#19 Jun 5, 2009
ANOTHER OF LA wrote:
Just goes to show that cops aren't much different than the people they arrest everyday.
Putting all officers in the same pot are you? Remember pal, it was the same department who's officers conducted the intelligent investigation, and put one of their own in jail. The LAPD is not perfect but at least they are trying to rid the ranks of those who tarnish the badge.
korrupt kop

South Pasadena, CA

#20 Jun 5, 2009
Why is it no surprise that cop lovers are here defending corrupt cops?
scared

San Fernando, CA

#21 Jun 5, 2009
i know of another female except she is on the LASD who has comitted crimes but i dare not speak or say anything. i know they will retaliate. cops are the biggest and worst gang ever.

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