Crowd remembers fallen Warren Co. off...

Crowd remembers fallen Warren Co. officers

There are 8 comments on the The Cincinnati Enquirer story from May 13, 2011, titled Crowd remembers fallen Warren Co. officers. In it, The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that:

LEBANON - "I always hoped there would never be another name on that monument," Barb Phegley said Friday as she sat and watched a mournful memorial service at the Warren County Justice Complex.

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Haa

Donnelsville, OH

#1 May 28, 2011
The sheriff dept thinks they are sons of god. wow
LOL

Donnelsville, OH

#2 Sep 24, 2011
Ever seen them at the FOP on a Friday or Saturday night? Those ain't no sons of god! Sons of somebody but not Him
well to be honest

Donnelsville, OH

#3 Sep 24, 2011
We are all "sons (and daughters) of God." Their (the police's) job is to uphold the Law and, of course, generation of revenue is a byproduct; however, I would have to say their position deserves a lot of respect (even from the low-life crowd) because ya never hear some "billy badass wannabe" or drug dealer or "kill the 'pigs' type," say "I'll kill the next Firefighter / account / social worker / carpenter I see if they look at me wrong."

We are all children of God, regardless of whether our uniform is blue with police patches, a fancy business suit, or a pair of mud-covered Wranglers and a flannel shirt.

Keep this in mind people: The police can only bother you if you're breaking the law. You have 3 options, folks:

1.) Stop breaking the law;
2.) Don't get caught breaking the law; or
3.) Be a good citizen and make an effort to change the law.

It is as simple as that.
Honest too

Donnelsville, OH

#4 Sep 25, 2011
"Blessed are the peacemakers; they shall be called sons of God".
Peacemakers and law enforcement are two totally different things.
Yes, we are all "children" of God regardless of race, creed, or color. In that we are in agreement.
But, your statement that the police only bother you if you are breaking the law is a lie. Pure and simple.
Read the article below:
http://www.western-star.com/news/crime/lawsui...
That wasn't the actions of "sons of God". That was the actions of a police state. You don't have to break the law for the police to "bother" you.
On a religious note, keep in mind that the people who crucified Jesus thought of themselves a god fearing christians too.
well to be honest again

Donnelsville, OH

#5 Sep 26, 2011
Maybe you didn't read the report in the newspaper...

The Pritchards, who I know, hosted a party where they served underage individuals alcohol. That happens to be a violation of the law.

Perhaps the police made errors in how they got into the house, but the fact remains: If the Pritchards hadn't had the underage-drunkfest then they wouldn't have had a problem...

Not all cops are Saints, for sure; however, it isn't like the police "set them up" by placing underage drinkers on the lawn and then busted them....

You know nothing of a "Police State." And, I'd bet you'd be whistling a different tune if they "violated your rights" in the middle of the night by coming on to your property to thwart someone trying to bust in your house to steal your crap... just sayin'
Kelly

Middletown, OH

#6 Sep 26, 2011
remember everyone's advise here if your nick name is "Knife in My Pants", put your knife away "The police can only bother you if you're breaking the law"

And if your brother is still selling drugs stay out of town and politics.
Officer

Cincinnati, OH

#7 Oct 26, 2011
Help! I've fallen and I can't get up!!!!
Lane McCollister

Loveland, OH

#9 Oct 31, 2011
I am 56 years old and have lived in Warren County all my life. I'm not going to say all I have seen I think has been fair.As I had said before I think if you are going to post something,I think you should post your real name and not hide behind a fake name.I have know most of the Judges and deputies in the county and yes its because what you are thinking.My gradfather was in the policeman group for 33 years. I mean no disrespect to any fallen officer or there familily's.I wanted to make my thought's understood on high speed chase's. You can't chase something that don't run. So many people have died in these chase's. I am a firm beliver that the chase's shouldn't be done.Get the tag number and back off.Check the tag with the owner at a later time. If the car is stolen,oh well the thief get's away this time but chance's are no one will die this time. I believe it is such a waste of live's. I donot understand the thoughts of the policeman behind forceing a fool to run and possibly kill some one.Please think about this. Even a bank robber is better off letting go than to chase and kill people. Life is important and should be cherished. If someone in my family was killed in a high speed chase I would be mad as hell beyound belief.There is no reason for this.

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