town cop gets dwi last night
Donahs

Lansdale, PA

#128 Jan 18, 2012
right wrote:
<quoted text>SO YOUR SAYING THAT POLICE OFFICERS SHOULD BE HELD TO A LOWER STANDARD THAN THE AVERAGE PUBLIC INSTEAD OF A HIGHER STANDARD, THAT SHOWS ALL THE IGNORANCE THAT I NEED TO PROVE MY POINT. THANK YOU FOR COMMENTING DUMBASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS S!!!!!!!!!!
That's what you got from that? And I am the ignorant one!? HAHAHAHA! Smoke another bowl Cheech.
Donahs

Lansdale, PA

#129 Jan 18, 2012
think about it wrote:
<quoted text>I NOTICE YOU ARE COMMENTING PRETTY EARLY IN THE DAY WHERE DO YOU WORK THAT YOU HAVE TIME TO STICK UP FOR A DRUNK COP THAT HIT A TELEPHONE AND TRIED TO GET HIS NEIGHBOR TO SAY HE WAS DRIVING?
Hmmm... re-read it. I thought I posted an observation.

Maybe you're high when you read this site?
Donahs

Lansdale, PA

#130 Jan 18, 2012
Here is yer answer wrote:
<quoted text>
Well ask your friend O'Donnell. He is a drug abuser who drained our taxes and he is about to start collecting welfare.
Really? He is a current welfare rat?

But why would I have to ask anyone? I got my answer already. Thanks though.

Here's a thought! Give a nice hard pull on your ears until you hear a pop. You'll figure it out ;-)

“my $.02> your $.02”

Since: May 10

Ithaca, NY

#131 Jan 18, 2012
If he can't follow the law he has authority to be an enforcer of the law.
Plinko

Massena, NY

#132 Jan 18, 2012
PATTERN wrote:
<quoted text>PEOPLE LIKE YOU IS WHY THIS PROBLEM EXISTS YOU JUST WANT TO SWEEP EVERYTHING UNDER THE CARPET WHEN IT COMES TO PUBLIC OFFICIALS THEY KNEW WHEN THEY TOOK THE JOB AND THE OATH THAT THEY WERE GOING TO BE HELD TO A HIGHER STANDARD THEN WHEN THEY FUCK UP THEN YOU COP LOVERS SAY " OH THEY ARE ONLY HUMAN THEY MADE MISTAKE" I HOPE IT'S NOT YOUR CHILD WHO GETS RUN OVER BY A DRUNK COP WHO TRIES TO HIDE THE EVIDENCE THEN HAS PEOPLE LIKE YOU STICKING UP FOR THEM! HOW STUPID CAN YOU BE!!!
No one is sweeping anyhting under the rug. He was deatained by his own department and the matter referred to the State Police. This was handled as it should have been. In fact he will be held to a higher standard in court and his career as a result of his actions. End of Story.
Plinko

Massena, NY

#135 Jan 18, 2012
think about it wrote:
<quoted text>THEY ARE ALL HARD CORE AGAINST OFFENDERS OF THE LAW UNTILL IT IS ONE OF THEIR OWN THEN ITS 'HE'S HUMAN" "EVERYONE MAKES MISTAKES" YOU NEVER HEAR THEM UTTER THOSE WORDS WHEN "JOE PUBLIC" HAS DONE SOMETHING WRONG ONLY WHEN THEY HAVE DONE WRONG!!!!!!
Really the police never give anyone a break?
think about it

Lake Placid, NY

#136 Jan 18, 2012
DrWhovian wrote:
If he can't follow the law he has authority to be an enforcer of the law.
this is definately an idiot response
sue

United States

#137 Jan 18, 2012
Guys not fired yet.. how many of us have never gone down the road when u probably shouldn't have. And cops do give breaks to people everyday. So you can put the revenge of every arrest ticket on this Guy if it makes you feel better but he may be human. They need to focus on the pregnant coke whores driving around wasted in that area.
think about it

Lake Placid, NY

#138 Jan 18, 2012
Plinko wrote:
<quoted text>No one is sweeping anyhting under the rug. He was deatained by his own department and the matter referred to the State Police. This was handled as it should have been. In fact he will be held to a higher standard in court and his career as a result of his actions. End of Story.
if you think he will get the same treatment as others then i feel sorry for you you need meds!!!!!!!
Qsrgukp

Lansdale, PA

#139 Jan 18, 2012
Plinko wrote:
<quoted text>No one is sweeping anyhting under the rug. He was deatained by his own department and the matter referred to the State Police. This was handled as it should have been. In fact he will be held to a higher standard in court and his career as a result of his actions. End of Story.
Exactly! These jackasses assume that nothings going to happen and get their simple minds all worked up.

Everything has been dealt with exactly the way it should be.
sue

United States

#140 Jan 18, 2012
He deserves equal fair treatment not to be abused its someones life and career who have done 90 percent good now we judge him on 5 minutes of a lack of judgment. Alcoholism in law enforcement is high. Stress seeing mangled children coping with should I or shouldn't I decisions which may mean life or death for others
Czzz

United States

#141 Jan 18, 2012
Intelligent wrote:
Unfortunately there are a few job positions where you're not allowed to make this type of mistake no matter how human you are. This is one of them. The board has no choice but to fire Officer O'Donnell. It's a gross lapse of judgement and he'd be a target for lawsuits in any action he'd take as an officer after this. Any lawyer worth his weight would use this to show a history of bad judgements that was overlooked by the board and the department. You can't really feel sorry for him. He made his bed. I feel sorry for his family. I echo the earlier statement in that I'm glad no one else nor he was injured or killed.
I feel sorry for him because he is not the only Village Police Officer, Board Member was has had a drink and drove home. Plus individuals in the public do it all the time. He needs some help he has had alot of issues in his personal life. I think that we should have got him help not ended his career for a mistake. I think that the State Police is always against the Village police officers. I personally worked with mike for awhile and he is a decent guy unlike Englert. I would stick my neck out for him anytime. Mike I will pray for you. He should keep his job.
think about it

Lake Placid, NY

#142 Jan 18, 2012
think about it wrote:
<quoted text>this is definately an idiot response
YOU DID READ THE POST THAT SAID HE WON AN AWARD FOR WRITING THE MOST DWI TICKETS IN ALL OF NYS DIDN'T YOU DOESN'T SOUND LIKE HE IS GIVING BREAKS TO TOO MANY PEOPLE!!!!!!
think about it

Lake Placid, NY

#143 Jan 18, 2012
sue wrote:
He deserves equal fair treatment not to be abused its someones life and career who have done 90 percent good now we judge him on 5 minutes of a lack of judgment. Alcoholism in law enforcement is high. Stress seeing mangled children coping with should I or shouldn't I decisions which may mean life or death for others
THIS WASN'T A 5% DECISION IT HAS BEEN POSTED BY SEVERAL THAT THIS PARTICULAR OFFICER DOES THIS ALL THE TIME AMD BY THIS I MEAN GO OUT, OFF DUTY, GET DRUNK AND DRIVE HOME, THIS TIME HE GOT CAUGHT HOW MANY TIMES HAS HE DONE THIS DURING HIS LONG CAREER AND NOT BEEN CAUGHT I PERSONALLY HAVE SEEN HIM OUT AT THE BARS GETTING DRUNK AND THEN LEAVING IN HIS VEHICLE INSTEAD OF A CAB ON MORE OCCASSIONS THAN I CAN COUNT
think about it

Lake Placid, NY

#144 Jan 18, 2012
Czzz wrote:
<quoted text>
I feel sorry for him because he is not the only Village Police Officer, Board Member was has had a drink and drove home. Plus individuals in the public do it all the time. He needs some help he has had alot of issues in his personal life. I think that we should have got him help not ended his career for a mistake. I think that the State Police is always against the Village police officers. I personally worked with mike for awhile and he is a decent guy unlike Englert. I would stick my neck out for him anytime. Mike I will pray for you. He should keep his job.
why should he keep his job none of us would keep our jobs if the same happened and we had a high profile job like his so why should he keep his job!!!!!!!!!!
sue

United States

#145 Jan 18, 2012
Really most of us wouldn't loose our jobs fool. There are programs to help people not discard them I'd bet 60 -70 % people make this mistake asswipe. And next I don't believe a word of anyone on here saying he always does this. Sounds like a coke hoe who's angry she got busted for blowing lines or shoplifting or endangering welfare of a child.. you know what's great about the statements on here? They don't mean sh*t worthless...

“Keep the Dream Alive! Snooze!”

Since: Jan 12

Massena

#146 Jan 18, 2012
Wow. I haven’t seen a feeding frenzy like this in quite some time. I would like to begin this comment by pointing out that everyone in this country under our constitution and legal system, including a police officer who is suspected of committing a crime, is presumed innocent until proven guilty. In this particular Officers’ defense, I would like to point out several things while acknowledging the obvious legal and societal issues associated with driving while intoxicated that have literally been driven into the ground in the last 125 posts or so on this thread. While I am neither a cop “hater” or “lover,” I do know the person in question. I can also say that being a cop in Massena can be one of the best jobs in the world, and it can also be one of the worst jobs in the world. I will not presume to judge a man whose job it is to carry a sidearm each day in the course of his day to day work. Nor would I presume to define the personal demons any Officer of the Law might harbor in his or her own individual nightmares, but I will presume to say this much about the men and women who have stood to serve and protect our country and/or our communities. When it becomes clearly evident that they have resorted to drugs or alcohol to combat the personal demons that they have encountered on our behalf in service to us, and in our defense, they deserve... No deserve is the wrong word. We owe them. Owe is a better word. We owe them the opportunity to reclaim their freedom from both the pain they have endured cleaning up the “messes” they have met as our Public Servants, and for which this so-called “job” at times no one could pay a man enough to do, yet for which they are paid and are called upon to do, and allow them the opportunity to reclaim their lives, their families, and their dignity from the disease of chemical dependency in which they have obviously sought a common solitary refuge/trap for that very “job” they have so bravely and quietly and courageously and persistently done. To be sure, they are the last person you want to see when you have been drinking and are trying to find a long way around that roadblock. But they are the first ones' you call when you have been robbed or your husband or boyfriend is beating the living shit out of you. They are the ones' you call when your kid is missing, and you pray like hell they will find him or her for you. When that suicide needs to be cut down from the rope in the garage, who do you think of then? Who cleans the mess up off the road...over and over and over again? Did this Officer make a mistake? Does he deserve a chance to reclaim his life or would most of you see him hang as well? Because it seems to me by most of these posts that these guys only deserve your recognition when they finally fail. Your answer to this question will say volumes more about you than it will about him.
Lucifer

Ransomville, NY

#147 Jan 18, 2012
He may lose his job but that's about it. Charges may even get dropped, and don't think that this cannot happen.
Anyone remember the Ogdensburg cop who was committing robberies while on duty, using a patrol car. What happened to him.
Hunter

San Mateo, CA

#148 Jan 18, 2012
Why O Why wrote:
<quoted text> Why are you sticking up for a law breaker who endangered the public, tried to cover it up, and violated his sworn duty? Why? He could have run over your child or friend. And most anyone who is entrusted with serving the public or operating machinery will lose their job for a DWI. You see it in the papers all the time, all over the country. All your drunk driving friends must get lucky or work for crappy employers. Seriously you don't make sense and should stop while you're still able to climb out of your hole.
How am I defending him? He is a dumbass arrogant cop who had this coming. Can I be any clearer? I am defending the good cops that think this is wrong also and are glad he was arrested. You are dumb! Go back to school and learn to comprehend what you read. I'm done posting. I really hope all you cop haters (the ones that think all cops are bad) go to hell. I also hope any bad cops join you down there.
And it begins

Ithaca, NY

#149 Jan 18, 2012
PATTERN wrote:
<quoted text>PEOPLE LIKE YOU IS WHY THIS PROBLEM EXISTS YOU JUST WANT TO SWEEP EVERYTHING UNDER THE CARPET WHEN IT COMES TO PUBLIC OFFICIALS THEY KNEW WHEN THEY TOOK THE JOB AND THE OATH THAT THEY WERE GOING TO BE HELD TO A HIGHER STANDARD THEN WHEN THEY FUCK UP THEN YOU COP LOVERS SAY " OH THEY ARE ONLY HUMAN THEY MADE MISTAKE" I HOPE IT'S NOT YOUR CHILD WHO GETS RUN OVER BY A DRUNK COP WHO TRIES TO HIDE THE EVIDENCE THEN HAS PEOPLE LIKE YOU STICKING UP FOR THEM! HOW STUPID CAN YOU BE!!!
Yeah well its people like you that probably made this guy start drinking!!!!!!!! I never said it was ok you tard! I just said he is HUMAN! He made a mistake and Im sure he will pay dearly for it. There is a reason why certain people make it as cops and others don't. You sir would never make it. You couldn't take it. After one day you would be crying and quit. You wouldn't be able to handle the job. Having to deal with criminals everyday. Dealing with everyones problems. It would drive you nuts!!!! You are a cop hater. They have a very stressful job! That is a proven fact!!
NOT ALL COPS ARE BAD!!!!!!!!!! STFU! Thanks.

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