Lorain police officer jailed
“After a preliminary investigation, it was determined that enough probable cause existed to issue a warrant”
A Lorain police officer whose estranged wife filed a protection order against him earlier this month was arrested Saturday in Amherst for violating a civil protection order, according to Amherst police. via The Chronicle-Telegram
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#1 Sep 10, 2007
Police officers are supposed to make arrests, not be arrested. Stories like this at Local Government Watch. http://localgovwatch.blogspot.com/search...
#2 Oct 2, 2007
I only know of one person that could walk on water . Corey Earl had some family issues that he needs to clear up . He is a great police officer . His absence is not helping the mass number of criminals in Lorain .
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