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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John

Mount Laurel, NJ

#21 Sep 10, 2008
Dr Bill-Don't be such an ignorant fool. You were not in the courtroom and so to make a statment like he staged an attack just shows that you have no idea what you are talking about. You are a Doctor? Doubt it. Wouldn't want you to be my doc..........
cathy

Philadelphia, PA

#22 Apr 26, 2009
i agree with mike from pa,he was made an example for a bad judgement call,people make mistakes....he didn't deserve this,good luck to you and your family scott,god bless.
Billy Bob

Marydel, DE

#23 Apr 27, 2009
Scott Kueny wrote:
<quoted text>
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.
Every year is an election year bone head......now go to WAWA and make me a shorty
BOO BEES NOT BOB BEES

Philadelphia, PA

#24 Apr 29, 2009
Scott Kueny wrote:
<quoted text>
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.
the only thing you'll BE APPEALING IS BIG BUBBA IN CELL BLOCK 8!!
JB Weld

Woonsocket, RI

#25 May 2, 2009
I pulled up to an ATM and noticed the screen prompt was asking if I wanted another transaction. The previous customer apparently left their card behind.

My dog was distracting me so I accidentally withdrew $100. Needless to mention it was a confusing
situation so I was not responsible for the mistake upon realizing I had yet to insert MY card.

Don't ask me why I forgot to call the bank the following day, but I was on vacation and couldn't find a phone book, although I had every intention of returning the money someday.
cindy

Lansdale, PA

#26 Jun 24, 2009
scott, keep your mouth shut and stop writing comments to kristin
i would think that your lawyer would have advised you of this, if you expect to win an appeal.
police officers are held to a higher standard and what you did was in fact a crime. a trained officer for 12 years doesnt know that every transaction is on video.
what were you thinking!
carol

Lansdale, PA

#27 Jun 24, 2009
even though kueny made a terrible mistake and he and his family are paying the price for it.
i know him as a good father to his three children and a good husband.
i have known him to be a dedicated police officer a man who truly loved his job.
i am so sorry that his lack of judgement has caused this anguish.
i only hope good things for you and i hope that somehow you can be reinstated as a police officer
Cops R Clowns

Woonsocket, RI

#28 Jun 26, 2009
Is there another profession that shuns applicants with above average intelligence !!!!

Police reject candidate for being too intelligent

A US man has been rejected in his bid to become a police officer for scoring too high on an intelligence test.

Robert Jordan, a 49-year-old college graduate, took an exam to join the New London police, in Connecticut and scored 33 points, the equivalent of an IQ of 125.

But New London police interviewed only candidates who scored 20 to 27, on the theory that those who scored too high could get bored with police work and leave soon after undergoing costly training.
Jordan

Sicklerville, NJ

#29 Aug 6, 2010
Its ashame that many of you can judge someone without being there or knowing what really happened. How can a police officer (off duty) be charged differently then a drug dealer or someone who stabbed another? These are the type of people who were given 2nd and 3rd chances in the very same court room. Where is the justice here?
NoHighPlaces

Somerdale, NJ

#30 Aug 6, 2010
Jordan wrote:
Its ashame that many of you can judge someone without being there or knowing what really happened. How can a police officer (off duty) be charged differently then a drug dealer or someone who stabbed another? These are the type of people who were given 2nd and 3rd chances in the very same court room. Where is the justice here?
I was there.
ggrumpy asian

Bethlehem, PA

#31 Apr 6, 2011
The majority of Mt laurel cops are d bags There's a few good ones like Randall who have always done their job in a professional manner andat the same time compassionate manner...as far as any law enforcement who breaks the law they are sworn to uphold they do nothing but spit on every man and woman who have worn a uniform and served their country in any capacity. I know of two mt laurel cops who like confiscating peoples drugs and than consuming said drugs. The one left a nice scar on my wrist from when I was taken in on a warrant for LIVING IN A CAR...mt laurel is a joke and to Former officer kueny you should've sat alot longer solely for the fact you were a cop...this town is a shathole anymore anyway
K-HIGH

United States

#32 May 13, 2011
I also went to school with Scott and I'm also a police officer, HE MESSED UP!!!! Should've went straight to the bank, if he was in uniform it wouldn't have happened.
burlino

Marlton, NJ

#33 Jul 18, 2011
Some people are kind of missing the point. When you become a police officer you are sworn in to up hold the law 24/7 365 day's a year . On the clock or off the clock. They are or should be held to a higher standard. They are hand picked to be the best of the best and nothing less. Ask your self this if you are a police officer, why carry a gun off duty if you are off the clock?
burlino

Marlton, NJ

#34 Jul 18, 2011
Some people are kind of missing the point. When you become a police officer you are sworn in to up hold the law 24/7 365 day's a year . On the clock or off the clock. They are or should be held to a higher standard. They are hand picked to be the best of the best and nothing less. Ask your self this if you are a police officer, why carry a gun off duty if you are off the clock? You are a cop no matter what.

Since: Sep 10

Indianapolis, IN

#35 Aug 9, 2011
If you can't trust a cop who can you trust? He is a true scum bag. I hope he either blows his head off or takes it like a man and accepts whatever punishment is given. He should NEVER be a cop again.
But he will...
America sucks

Since: Sep 10

Indianapolis, IN

#36 Aug 9, 2011
So it looks like he appealed and lost, but wait!!! 2nd stage of appeal and guess what? The scum did get off- anyone know where he is working, or should I say which police department he is now employed?

"
STATE OF NEW JERSEY V. SCOTT S. KUENY A-2812-07T4
STATE OF NEW JERSEY V. SCOTT S. KUENY
A-2812-07T4
01-26-10

The trial judge did not abuse his discretion in denying a
mistrial after defendant suffered a medical incident at the end
of the court day and he returned the next day. The judge gave
an adequate instruction at the beginning of the following day
which suggested that defendant did suffer some "illness" and was
"treated," as opposed to "faking" an event for sympathy.

Defendant police officer's conviction for misconduct in
office was reversed because his use of someone else's bank card
left in an ATM machine and taking cash from her account was not
sufficiently related to his office to constitute official
misconduct by the officer while on vacation and out of his
jurisdiction. "
Ernie

Ambler, PA

#37 Oct 9, 2011
I just found out about this from a close friend and am pissed beyond words! The justice system in this country needs a major overhaul and believe me, I know.... having worked for the Federal Bureau of Justice and several private security companies for many years. Having gone to school with Scott and his brothers, I know this to be a crock of shit! Scott, I wish you and your family the best and if you need anything from me please tell Matt or your mother to let me know, they both know how to get in touch with me.

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