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#61 Jul 15, 2010
OKKKKK wrote:
I'm thinking there sure are a lot of haters here in the city of McKeesport.:-)
At least one too many.
Common Sense

Baden, PA

#62 Nov 12, 2013
concerned taxpayer wrote:
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Yes and as someone who knows the Rev. pretty well, that was a crime! It is he has been/is investigatedis by major government agencies is all I will say. Let me just say it is so convenient to not have cameras. promote him??? no Jail him! When he breaks bones of INNOCENT citizens like the rev.who is a good good man 9 awel respected Hospice Chaplain)!!! he should not be in leadership. but likely that will never change.
Lawsuit against McKeesport police settled
December 3, 2009 6:15 AM
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A federal lawsuit filed by a Plum man against a McKeesport police officer over a traffic stop in which the man was injured was settled Nov. 25. Terms of the settlement are confidential.

According to the lawsuit filed Feb. 6, the Rev. Daniel Hamilton, 46, was stopped by Officer Thomas Greene on Feb. 15, 2007, in McKeesport. When the Rev. Hamilton asked why he was stopped and for the name of Officer Greene's supervisor, the officer yelled at him to get out of his car. According to the suit, the Rev. Hamilton eventually exited his vehicle, at which point Officer Greene grabbed him and threw him up against the side of the car, causing injuries -- including a broken rib -- then threatened to arrest him.

According to court records, the Rev. Hamilton was charged with following too closely, driving at an unsafe speed and careless driving that day. He was found not guilty of those charges.

The Rev. Hamilton alleged that he experienced "emotional distress, embarrassment, and humiliation" in addition to physical injuries. He asked for $50,000 in compensatory and punitive damages and attorney's fees.

-- Moriah Balingit

http://www.post-gazette.com/local/east/2009/1...

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Mckeesport Police Sued White Oak Man Claims Brutality .
A White Oak man has claimed in a lawsuit that he was brutalized by mckeesport police in an ... Named as defendants are the city and an officer, Thomas Green.
http://news.google.com/newspapers...
Common Sense

Baden, PA

#63 Nov 12, 2013
Katie Morgan wrote:
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Mr. Greene did nothing wrong with respect to his promotion.
Mayor Brewster, the personnel committee, and Council majority are the ones to blame.
Of course, one Mayor Brewster recommended Mr. Greene, no one had to guess how the council puppets would vote.
The person to give credit or blame for his promotion is where the buck stops --- Mayor Brewster. And, only the Mayor.
Council are from "good neighbor" stock. Rubber stamping by McKeesport city council members has gone on for years.

You accurately gave credit.
Common sense

Baden, PA

#64 Nov 12, 2013
Council meetings are useless, McKeesport is broke. The state is taking over. No need to accomplish anything with meetings, the city is ruining itself just fine.
clueless

West Mifflin, PA

#65 Nov 12, 2013
So if the state takes over tax payers dont need to attend meetings? Nice try!
Insider

Baden, PA

#66 Nov 12, 2013
clueless wrote:
So if the state takes over tax payers dont need to attend meetings? Nice try!
Apparently, no tax payers attend meetings because they aren't interested. No try needed.
Everyone wants McKeesport to be taken over by the state.
Way it is

Aliquippa, PA

#67 Nov 21, 2013
Police department shuts down after settling lawsuit | Washington Co ...
by Marcie Cipriani 22 hours ago - The Point Marion Police Department closes its doors after settling lawsuits against police officers.
http://www.wtae.com/news/local/washington/Pol...

Police department shuts down after settling lawsuit - YouTube
22 hours ago - The Point Marion Police Department closes its doors after settling lawsuits against police officers.
Way it is

Aliquippa, PA

#68 Nov 21, 2013
Fired Avalon cop guilty of man's holding cell beating | Allegheny Co ...
by Marcie Cipriani 31 mins ago - A western Pennsylvania police officer who was fired after he refused a random drug test last year has ...
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TribLIVE.com News - Associated Press Nov 21, 9:53 AM EST. Fired Pa. cop guilty of man's holding cell beating. By JOE MANDAK Associated Press ...
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Way it is

Aliquippa, PA

#69 Nov 22, 2013
McKeesport is run down by the law suits, money badly needed by the deteriorating area.
Way it is

Aliquippa, PA

#70 Nov 22, 2013
New Sheriff In Town wrote:
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Greene have a record of abuse? Messing around with young white girls?
Yes to both questions.
tyger1

United States

#71 Nov 22, 2013
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Way it is wrote:
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Yes to both questions.
I'd like to know what solid proof you have of that. And please, facts only! If you have none, I'd say you just dont like the man. period. and as many cops losing jobs for bad conduct, why is he different from any cop that has lost their job? He is not special!
Your slowness

Homestead, PA

#72 Nov 22, 2013
Read the messages, the city doesn't settle cases without merit. Not only are several settlements on file, but he's known for his a uses the entire Mon Valley wide. Now that's one set of issues.

The other is that McKeesport is out of money, with the several settlements caused by Greene aka Mr. Your like the rest of McKeesport politicians, friends and relatives: blind on purpose. I'd say several settlements with continued allegations are plenty.

Lawsuit against McKeesport police settled
December 3, 2009 6:15 AM
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A federal lawsuit filed by a Plum man against a McKeesport police officer over a traffic stop in which the man was injured was settled Nov. 25. Terms of the settlement are confidential.

According to the lawsuit filed Feb. 6, the Rev. Daniel Hamilton, 46, was stopped by Officer Thomas Greene on Feb. 15, 2007, in McKeesport. When the Rev. Hamilton asked why he was stopped and for the name of Officer Greene's supervisor, the officer yelled at him to get out of his car. According to the suit, the Rev. Hamilton eventually exited his vehicle, at which point Officer Greene grabbed him and threw him up against the side of the car, causing injuries -- including a broken rib -- then threatened to arrest him.

According to court records, the Rev. Hamilton was charged with following too closely, driving at an unsafe speed and careless driving that day. He was found not guilty of those charges.

The Rev. Hamilton alleged that he experienced "emotional distress, embarrassment, and humiliation" in addition to physical injuries. He asked for $50,000 in compensatory and punitive damages and attorney's fees.

-- Moriah Balingit

http://www.post-gazette.com/local/east/2009/1...

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Mckeesport Police Sued
White Oak Man Claims Brutality .
Wednesday, September 8, 1993
A White Oak man has claimed in a lawsuit that he was brutalized by mckeesport police in an ... Named as defendants are the city and an officer, Thomas Green.
http://news.google.com/newspapers...

Repeat course of conduct, regardless of span of time. Why risk liability with a low surplus and a city in trouble fiscally? For any reason, why allow this to continue more than once? A repeat course of wrong conduct without legitimate purpose. This is a McKeesport black eye, actions of retaliation are not excusable. No excuse.

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Your conscience getting to you? Want to close the case and say a has been done? That's because someone wants full relief from a crime committed.

The clothes and shoes could have been checked for finger prints, but weren't.

McKeesport is broke, and Greene helped.
Your slowness

Homestead, PA

#73 Nov 22, 2013
He's known for his abuses all over the Mon Valley, that's why you are to blame. Men don't cause several McKeesport settlements, they accept responsibility. He's just fine with McKeesport losing money by his actions.
tyger1

United States

#74 Nov 25, 2013
Your slowness wrote:
He's known for his abuses all over the Mon Valley, that's why you are to blame. Men don't cause several McKeesport settlements, they accept responsibility. He's just fine with McKeesport losing money by his actions.
again...what makes him any different from other police officers who have lost their job, or was forced to retire for bad conduct? If he has caused the city so much money wouldn't if anything he be a least forced to retire. Yet the city has given other men options. Quit retire or be fired...yet he is still working...which says a lot. It seems yes he has a few cases, but it wasn't enough to say...ya gotta go!
Knowledge is Power

Mckeesport, PA

#75 Nov 25, 2013
tyger1 wrote:
<quoted text> again...what makes him any different from other police officers who have lost their job, or was forced to retire for bad conduct? If he has caused the city so much money wouldn't if anything he be a least forced to retire. Yet the city has given other men options. Quit retire or be fired...yet he is still working...which says a lot. It seems yes he has a few cases, but it wasn't enough to say...ya gotta go!
Do you think what he knows that went on in the City for years and was covered up might be his job security guarantee?

Let start with the MPD overtime and then move on to the BP Owner who recently pleaded guilty to a federal insurance fraud indictment. Apparently MPD security services were billed but not provided. It is all in the public indictment.
Im Touched

West Mifflin, PA

#76 Nov 25, 2013
Nice editorial in the Daily Snooze today!!!!!
See the truth

Baden, PA

#77 Nov 26, 2013
Paid here live here wrote:
What I really don't understand is why the mayor would reward a guy with a big promotion who he knew wasn't living in the city? Am I missing something?
McKeesport cover up information is how they all kept jobs. Greene did plenty with others in fear by threats of false charges. He did plenty wrong, those high settlement amounts in McKeesport normally cost jobs. It was more than enough to lose a job, and he's hiding a lot.

I know he's abused several others, but some of these women say he threatened. They said they were too scared to report to police friends of Greene. He threatens false charges and abused his power to hide the truth.

McKeesport is running out of money currently. In light of the current situation, this proves how the Delta report missed some losses. Settlements, most private from McKeesport.

When McKeesport is completely out of money, everyone will agree one settlement was more than enough to let Greene go!

Several women told me he touched them inappropriately, with threat of extra charges to his already false charges given.

This is why I believe he is involved or knows about the Kimberly Krimm murder.

Greene has a temper and has been well known for years in McKeesport for police brutality. He's a liability, and to date I hear he was let go recently.

I know he arrested one with her husband and kids watching. He called her a hooker, placed charges that were later dropped. I know the names to look up and post. You won't be able to make anyone believe McKeesport isn't in trouble.

With money lost to police abuses, illegal gambling, BP store manager scam, McKeesport police pay scam (reported by former chief Pero) regarding several officers. Some of ggsse several officers were high ranking, Brewster covered it up and had the records sealed by the DA. The current AG investigation lead to several McKeesport black eyes. The mayor is silent on negativity name calling now. It's his close friends bringing McKeesport all the city negativity. Bring it up at your city council meetings. He's rewarding failure consistently and constantly. This is why McKeesport is broke. To find the solutions you will need to be honest about problems. If the mayor is unwilling to admit the truth, he is to blame over anyone. He doesn't finger point negativity at his friends, that's how you know he's involved. He will only comment on negativity to anyone he is against. The negativity finger pointing of itself is in fact negativity. Ironic. This makes the mayor the McKeesport negativity king. He's not saddened by his own actions. Mike Cherepko thinks he's perfect after peeping in on sex in class rooms at the former torn down Cornell School. McKeesport is done.

He rewarded Dixon for his abuses to his own girlfriend. The settlement was setup by Brewster. Senator Brewster, former mayor of McKeesport abused authority by rewarding violence in the police department. They did let Dixon go, and numerous news viewers swear they seen a short news segment with Officer Thomas Greene and Lynn arrested. Perhaps the fact is no one was recording the time. I've seen McKeesport news stories go for one short run by news only to be squelched fast. Senator Brewster called in another of his infamous favors. McKeesport is known for dealing with criminals and government claims for money. He gets a cut off all the committees he is on.

In 2002, Brewster was McKeesport council president and the Kucich lawsuit to help Elash started then.

McKeesport is on its final thread because all of these moves brought the kicked can to today. Brewster had another city legal representative to McKeesport fired. He started the corruption up more than any of the McKeesport previous heads of the city.

McKeesport has the highest number of indicted at once police and politicians in one sweep for the entire Mon Valley.
See the truth

Baden, PA

#78 Nov 26, 2013
Knowledge is Power wrote:
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Do you think what he knows that went on in the City for years and was covered up might be his job security guarantee?
Let start with the MPD overtime and then move on to the BP Owner who recently pleaded guilty to a federal insurance fraud indictment. Apparently MPD security services were billed but not provided. It is all in the public indictment.
The AG needs to continue handing out indictments before they make deals. The McKeesport money nerds to dry up on a continued basis for the AG, FBI and other interested law enforcement to make headway.

Too many individuals hold information on one another leaving McKeesport corrupt. This is how no one turned on another, the AG needs to file more indictments on friends to eliminate all the money and McKeesport favors on a much larger scale.

Your correct about the cases mentioned. Plenty of McKeesport examples to be made. McKeesport politics are to keep McKeesport repressed on purpose in order to receive as much government free money as possible. McKeesport should be taken over by the state.

The Delta report should be completed by now, Brewster and Cherepko only want to hide it.

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