NN Police Off. returns to work after DUI

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Really

Yorktown, VA

#1 Mar 9, 2013
Ofc Nichols is back keeping the hood safe. Recently released from lockup, he is back in uniform and ready for action. Meanwhile, Mr.Citizen------ IS 6 MONTHS out of driving due to a DUI 0.09. HE IS JUST A CITIZEN OF COURSE.

DO AS FOX SAYS, NOT AS NNPD DOES. all rise.
Repeat offender

Kitty Hawk, NC

#2 Mar 9, 2013
Hey there's many of these police officers that i know their kids names. several of them I have been t their children's christenings and baptisms I've kept bubba and Tyrone from raping the kids inside cell block D.. I have to say this I I was really not happy getting arrested 2 * recently for having driving with alcohol levels .20 in the morning so you have a couple beers or shots strictly called hair of the dog or something. Beers shots what's the difference and since they have takin and sold my last 3 vehicles in I was really disturbed to find out that this officer gets keep his patrol car but they wont let me keep my public school bus. i need it in the morning iand n the afternoon. To get the kids to and from school I mean damn I have even started t to leave the biar by 2pm so there would be a problem transporting the little shit's and keep A everyday schedule and why they would try to take my bus i dont know but he ge but he gets to keep his patrol cair I think it's discrimination do it hell yeah
Maj Skidmark

Greenbelt, MD

#3 Mar 9, 2013
True
HaMpToN RoAdS

Newport News, VA

#4 Mar 10, 2013
It was a mistake and an error in judgment. I'm sure none of you have ever done anything wrong. Grow up!

"Kevin Nichol, 28, of James City County, pleaded guilty last month to driving under the influence after being involved in an accident. He served five days in jail as part of his sentence and was restricted to drive only to and from work, for work, and to alcohol safety action program meetings. And for six months, he can drive only if he installs and uses a device that analyzes his breath before the car can start."
Hahah

King George, VA

#5 Mar 12, 2013
Cops are D****. And Im glad he got his I would have like it better if the guy who arrested him beat his ass to. F****** PIG!!!
Larry G

Yorktown, VA

#6 Mar 19, 2013
HaMpToN RoAdS wrote:
It was a mistake and an error in judgment. I'm sure none of you have ever done anything wrong. Grow up!
"Kevin Nichol, 28, of James City County, pleaded guilty last month to driving under the influence after being involved in an accident. He served five days in jail as part of his sentence and was restricted to drive only to and from work, for work, and to alcohol safety action program meetings. And for six months, he can drive only if he installs and uses a device that analyzes his breath before the car can start."
sure he did...Next!

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