Police officer found guilty in Ocean ...

Police officer found guilty in Ocean City ATM fraud

There are 37 comments on the Press of Atlantic City story from Oct 14, 2007, titled Police officer found guilty in Ocean City ATM fraud. In it, Press of Atlantic City reports that:

" A jury Friday found Mount Laurel police officer Scott S. Kueny guilty of fraudulent use of a credit card and official misconduct. via Press of Atlantic City

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Kristen

Concord, NC

#1 Oct 16, 2007
The punishment definitely does NOT fit the crime in this one!!! I wish him and his family Godspeed on his appeal of this travesty of justice.
Yugocif

Newtown Square, PA

#2 Oct 18, 2007
Maybe it will be YOUR ATM card next time, you wax brained turtle
msm

Howell, MI

#3 Oct 22, 2007
Young children can be very distracting. Things can easily be forgotten when children are tugging at your heels. Mistakes should not be punished to this extent. Good luck to him and his family.
Kristen

Concord, NC

#4 Oct 22, 2007
Yugocif wrote:
Maybe it will be YOUR ATM card next time, you wax brained turtle
Nice one!! Nice to see so much compassion for others. There is much more to this story - especially the fact that the cardholder did NOT want to press any charges after seeing the videotape from the ATM at the police station. I wish people like you could learn to have an open mind and realize there is ALWAYS more to a story printed in the newspaper.
Scott Kueny

AOL

#5 Oct 28, 2007
Kristen wrote:
The punishment definitely does NOT fit the crime in this one!!! I wish him and his family Godspeed on his appeal of this travesty of justice.
Kristen,
Thank you very much for the support! I do plan an appeal in this matter. I believe this was political (it is an election year) and I believe that the prosecutor's office was over zealous in their antics throughout this trial. It's people like you and family and friends that keep me motivated. This was truly a mistake and so far they have made my life a living hell! I thank you for your support. God bless.
Doug

Burbank, CA

#6 Oct 31, 2007
Hey Yugocif?!??? I hope that you don't ever make a mistake that would possibly cost you your job. You have no idea what the man's family is going through over $100.00 that was paid back in full. He was in the wrong place at the wrong time. This could have happened to anyone. By the way, what the hell is a waxed brained turtle?
Yugocif

Newtown Square, PA

#7 Nov 3, 2007
He was unable to resist temptation fpor a lousy $100 - now if you're going to do it right, make it big bucks. It was a crime of convenience and opportunity - one that an individual sworn to uphold the law should be able to easily resist.
Kristen

Concord, NC

#8 Nov 3, 2007
Yugocif - So what you're saying is it is ok if you "do it right" by taking big bucks?? Now who's the wax-brained turtle, hmmmm????(What is that anyway???) It was a "lousy" $100 - so why all the charges from this hyper prosecutor??? As I stated in the first post - the punishment does NOT fit the crime. It was a MISTAKE...not a crime of convenience or opportunity. Multiple offending drunk drivers do less time than this man is facing - and they still have their jobs!!!
BusPeople22

Wilmington, DE

#9 Nov 22, 2007
I know this cop, he is a d-bag. He is like many municipal police officers, he thinks the law doesn't apply to him or his family. Cops found guilty of any crime should do more time than any other person because of their positions in the community. People who blindly defend police officers no matter what the situation are often related to a police officer, which basically nullfies their opinion. Please notice that I am talking about municipal cops, not State Troopers, they are actual educated people who, for the most part, do a good job.
Yugocif

Newtown Square, PA

#10 Nov 23, 2007
Kristen wrote:
Yugocif - So what you're saying is it is ok if you "do it right" by taking big bucks?? Now who's the wax-brained turtle, hmmmm????(What is that anyway???) It was a "lousy" $100 - so why all the charges from this hyper prosecutor??? As I stated in the first post - the punishment does NOT fit the crime. It was a MISTAKE...not a crime of convenience or opportunity. Multiple offending drunk drivers do less time than this man is facing - and they still have their jobs!!!
So he was drunk when he stole the money? Or he should have been drunk? Or maybe he was jsut a stupid ass local cop who think they have the power of God. Throw him under the bus.
Evets

Freehold, NJ

#11 Nov 30, 2007
Good bye bad cop..
Dr Bill

United States

#12 Jan 8, 2008
He just needed a better lawyer, like all criminals who get convicted. For those who haven't been following the case, this clown staged a fainting episode in court. Very macho. Ain't it amusing this scumbadge was supposedly a poster cop with a squeaky clean record but he didn't hesitate to engage in criminal behavior. Unfortunately, like most cops, he didn't have the intelligence to be a competent petty criminal. Maybe he can be trusted in his new job as a Walmart door greeter, if he proves capable of advancing from parking lot cart collector.
Deb

Malvern, PA

#13 Feb 22, 2008
I live in Mount Laurel and I grew up with Doug and Scott Kueny. I am not really surprised that he was convicted because it looked bad. The guy I know from Memorial Junior High School wouldn't have done this. However, I read about in the paper and followed the trial closely every day.It is in my area, and as much as I hoped he didn't do it, I am having a hard time believing he is innocent. The cops in Mount Laurel can be jerks, in fact they are known for being jerks. But even they don't protect him.
The lady from N.C. you obviously have a thing for cops, stop embarassing yourself.
But Kueny, I went to school with you and your brother, I live in Mount Laurel in Stonemill Estates, and with a heavy heart, I feel like you let us down. Especially other cops here in town, it looked bad for everyone.
Yugocif

Denver, CO

#14 Feb 26, 2008
i smell like camels. i sell donkeys in the dirt market.
Indian Joe

Philadelphia, PA

#15 Feb 26, 2008
Deb wrote:
I live in Mount Laurel and I grew up with Doug and Scott Kueny. I am not really surprised that he was convicted because it looked bad. The guy I know from Memorial Junior High School wouldn't have done this. However, I read about in the paper and followed the trial closely every day.It is in my area, and as much as I hoped he didn't do it, I am having a hard time believing he is innocent. The cops in Mount Laurel can be jerks, in fact they are known for being jerks. But even they don't protect him.
The lady from N.C. you obviously have a thing for cops, stop embarassing yourself.
But Kueny, I went to school with you and your brother, I live in Mount Laurel in Stonemill Estates, and with a heavy heart, I feel like you let us down. Especially other cops here in town, it looked bad for everyone.
Did he go to Lenape?
The Real Yugocif

Alexandria, VA

#16 Feb 27, 2008
Yugocif wrote:
i smell like camels. i sell donkeys in the dirt market.
You have branded yourself.
Kristen

Concord, NC

#17 Feb 27, 2008
Deb wrote:
I live in Mount Laurel and I grew up with Doug and Scott Kueny. I am not really surprised that he was convicted because it looked bad. The guy I know from Memorial Junior High School wouldn't have done this. However, I read about in the paper and followed the trial closely every day.It is in my area, and as much as I hoped he didn't do it, I am having a hard time believing he is innocent. The cops in Mount Laurel can be jerks, in fact they are known for being jerks. But even they don't protect him.
The lady from N.C. you obviously have a thing for cops, stop embarassing yourself.
But Kueny, I went to school with you and your brother, I live in Mount Laurel in Stonemill Estates, and with a heavy heart, I feel like you let us down. Especially other cops here in town, it looked bad for everyone.
Deb, I'm sorry if you feel I am "embarrassing" myself. I have known Scott personally for many years. Not all Mount Laurel cops are jerks - but a few of their reputations can give them all a bad name which is unfair. I lived in Mt. Laurel many years ago and everyone who knows me knows I DEFINITELY do not have a thing for cops after being married to one of them!!!(No longer am, thank God!!) It is hard to comprehend that something like this would happen to him - and it did look bad - but looks can be deceiving. Remember, there are always 2 sides to a story and the truth lies somewhere in the middle. I wish him and his family well.
Mike Smith

Philadelphia, PA

#18 Jul 6, 2008
This cop did not deserve this treatment. This was an error in judgement onlyl. He is a good guy.
yugocif

Newtown Square, PA

#19 Jul 10, 2008
Yeah - a real 'goodfella'....
Tom

Mount Laurel, NJ

#20 Sep 10, 2008
Yugo-Why are you such a scum bag? Obviously, you don't have a life since you keep bashing this cop. You are a LOSER!!!!!

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