Rialto police officer named in sex scandal has left department

There are 20 comments on the Aug 20, 2010, San Bernardino County Sun story titled Rialto police officer named in sex scandal has left department. In it, San Bernardino County Sun reports that:

The police officer allegedly at the center of a sex scandal that has rocked the Rialto Police Department is off the force, police officials said Friday.

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WTF

Woodland Hills, CA

#44 Aug 21, 2010
WoW wrote:
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WOW........ Can you say, "AGENDA?" Can you even spell, "AGENDA" let alone know what it means? REading your rants, you make it sound like you have been wrongly accused all your life and when you blatantly jaywalk, are found walking down the street smoking a blunt, or are found driving without a license or driving under the influence of alcohol or otherwise drunk in a public place. It sounds like you want them to just leave you alone while you drive like an idiot and instead, they give you a big fat ticket every time. You probably have so many tickets that you can wall-paper your room with them. You have probably been to jail so many times that it has become your primary address.
Here's a clue Mike......... OBEY THE LAW, AND YOU WON'T GET A TICKET OR OTHERWISE ARRESTED. IN FACT MIKE....... THEY MIGHT EVEN LEAVE YOU ALONE.
WOW well I was pulled over on my way to work. I was not speeding, I did not run a light or sign and I showed my ID and reg. They said you can go. I am guessing the reason I was pulled over is because I was driving my old POS car. Ya its old and a beater but I do still have it and insured it as well. WOW what you don't seem to know is they had NO REASON to pull me over. What the cop was HOPING was I did not have a valid licence or lack of insurance and he could then cite me for something. The mere thought that if you obey the law and you won't be harassed is a fairy tail
WTF

Woodland Hills, CA

#45 Aug 21, 2010
hawk wrote:
<quoted text> Look a@#hole not all police officers lie.I do believe it happens sometimes. Most officers are not going to take achance of losing their job by backing an officer who has clearly done something wrong
Only the ones that get caught lie right? Hawk? what happened you got caught writing a false report? The truth hurts I bet.
cant trust the Sun

Chino, CA

#47 Aug 21, 2010
WTF wrote:
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WOW well I was pulled over on my way to work. I was not speeding, I did not run a light or sign and I showed my ID and reg. They said you can go. I am guessing the reason I was pulled over is because I was driving my old POS car. Ya its old and a beater but I do still have it and insured it as well. WOW what you don't seem to know is they had NO REASON to pull me over. What the cop was HOPING was I did not have a valid licence or lack of insurance and he could then cite me for something. The mere thought that if you obey the law and you won't be harassed is a fairy tail
LMAO... Wow you got stopped and did what you were suppose to do and they let you go without a ticket, God that sounds like harrasement if I've ever heard it, get real dude. Have you ever looked at the vehicle code laws? There are thousands of them and I am sure you, either unintentionally or unknowingly violated one of them, maybe turned to wide, no front plate, matched the description of a suspect vehicle?? Who knows why you got stopped, but my god that is not harrasment.
buzz

Los Angeles, CA

#48 Aug 21, 2010
Why We Must End The Police State What is a police officer anymore? Why nothing more than a government extortionist! Outrageous accusation you say? Not really, lets examine the facts.

Since this country was founded we have been making laws non-stop to reduce freedom. We went on an orgy of making laws for victimless crimes. Gambling, prostitution, alcohol and drug bans are at the top of the list. We have placed speed limits on our wonderful and safely constructed highways that only contribute to accidents by creating unnecessary congestion.

In recent decades we have criminalized self-defense as we allowed for laws that directly defy the Second Amendment to our Bill of Rights. Police are seen as a party to this systemic rights violation.

Weve done the same with privacy as we now require police to invade our possessions, personal records and body cavities in direct contradiction to our Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizure. Frisking Americans like prison convicts has become the accepted way to greet airline passengers and those taxpayers entering public buildings.

What weve done is change the direction of law enforcement from dealing with real crime and appointed them as government tax collectors. Instead of dealing with a limited divide between police and criminals we have a divide between police and citizens.

The problem with this is that cops are no longer considered the people to turn to for help. The cops are really here to find ways of raiding your wallets and bank accounts. The problem is only getting worse as big spending government officials look for new and creative ways to fund their unchecked spending on things nobody wants or needs.

We need to turn police back into what they were intended to be someone to count on during an emergency. The policeman was your friend, but not anymore. Hes the skunk and your family picnic. We need to start repealing laws while we still can. We need to get runaway government under control.
buzz

Los Angeles, CA

#49 Aug 21, 2010
don't forget your knee pads copsucker its people like you with their head so far up their azz they need a glass belly button to see and i am repeating myself in the hopes of you pulling your head out or your azz and understand what it says"i wont hold my breath".
summer wrote:
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Buzz, I think you live your life in a perpetual buzzed state. You don't even make sense. And why are you repeating yourself? If you don't make sense the first time, the second time time you say it just makes you look downright moronic. Now go hole up in your bunker and be ready for armageddon.
buzz

Los Angeles, CA

#50 Aug 21, 2010
the other night a cop pulls me over ,first he walks up a says D L In & REG ,so ok i was a lil mad because i new i did nothing wrong so i said why did you pull me over he says i turned on my blinker to late i said i was the only one at the light until you pulled up. so i said i guess you just want to be a ass hole right?now he is mad he says he can find a 1000 things to right me up for and when we go to court i will lose i say if you have nothin beter to do with your time go on and do it ,he comes back hands me my stuff back says yes i do have better things to do the real reason i pulled you over was to see if you had a DL IN REG and then he left
WTF wrote:
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WOW well I was pulled over on my way to work. I was not speeding, I did not run a light or sign and I showed my ID and reg. They said you can go. I am guessing the reason I was pulled over is because I was driving my old POS car. Ya its old and a beater but I do still have it and insured it as well. WOW what you don't seem to know is they had NO REASON to pull me over. What the cop was HOPING was I did not have a valid licence or lack of insurance and he could then cite me for something. The mere thought that if you obey the law and you won't be harassed is a fairy tail
rialto is my home

Los Angeles, CA

#51 Aug 21, 2010
every man and woman will have sex.. BUT NO HITTING AND NO POLICE UNIFORM..OR POLICE BUILDINGS.THATS OT ACCEPTIBLE.
bob

San Bernardino, CA

#52 Aug 21, 2010
Fire The cops only if their black
BJ Clinton

Corona, CA

#53 Aug 21, 2010
wobbles wrote:
Did the hooker lose her job at the strip club too? Fair is fair.
She was doing exactly what she gets paid to do, so why would she lose her job?
The Dude

San Diego, CA

#54 Aug 21, 2010
This chick is a gold digging tramp, to think that the city would actually pay her for being a promiscuous, immoral hootchie mama! The officer is guilt of knocking boots on tax payer time, yeah this is true, and this means he should be held liable for his actions. But the "woman," if you could call her that, is not the one who was wronged in this situation. If anything, WE, the taxpayers, are victims, as well as the significant others of those involved and the poor baby who has a money-grubbing whore for a mom. This slut is not a victim! She should be held liable as well!!
idafrignos

Los Angeles, CA

#55 Aug 21, 2010
So the whole thing took off when he didn't want to pay child support.. Can he be charged with Hit and Run??
Moving on

Banning, CA

#56 Aug 21, 2010
[QUOTE who="The problem with this is that cops are no longer considered the people to turn to for help. The cops are really here to find ways of raiding your wallets and bank accounts. The problem is only getting worse as big spending government officials look for new and creative ways to fund their unchecked spending on things nobody wants or needs.[/QUOTE]

If this was true, there would be no decifit anywhere in the country. The government's pockets would be overflowing from the number of cops raiding wallets and bank accounts. Really?

The truth is cops still play a key role in protecting and serving and are still called upon for help. Nobody calls 411 when someone is breaking into their house. You only have to look at the volume of 911 calls received in any city to disprove people don't turn to cops for help.

I agree government spending is out of control. Perhaps if they stop paying for warfare, medical and other benefits to those not eligible, the number of police needed would go down. After all, while you are looking into those 911 calls, you'll find most of them are from the same none contributors to society wasting tax payer money. Even worse, some are from responsible law abiding people being victimized by these none contributors.
Moving on

Banning, CA

#57 Aug 21, 2010
Really wrote:
Im not a cop nor do I know any of the involved parties but could it be more obvious that this was an extortion attempt by a stripper who wanted money. I see it all the time in the papers, a guy with a little money or a high profile job has sex with a willing adult partner and the female now thinks its payday time.He should have just told the truth about everything and took away all her power. Its just like the Roger Clemon's situation. If he told the truth he would still be a big league pitcher. I wish the Sun would stop empowering strippers, hookers and ex-wifes with a beef and stick to telling us the facts. By the way if the cop was having sex on duty with hookers, he needs to go!
Nicely stated.
Moving on

Banning, CA

#58 Aug 21, 2010
From the article - In a letter to Gutierrez dated Aug. 17, Tuszynska wrote: "I find it disappointing that the revenues of the City of Rialto were wasted parsing the language of a simple tort claim, and I suspect only my client's claim has been singled out for such scrutiny."

Translation - Cities payout on bogus claims all the time. So, why the hold up on ours?

There is no claim. Does one sue the state because they gave a license to someone who screwed up or does one sue the individual? 

I'm having hard time here making the connection with holding anyone other than those directly involved accountable. Can anyone help me out with this one?

Really people, let it go...move on! 
Family Guy

Barstow, CA

#59 Aug 21, 2010
cant trust the Sun wrote:
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LMAO... Wow you got stopped and did what you were suppose to do and they let you go without a ticket, God that sounds like harrasement if I've ever heard it, get real dude. Have you ever looked at the vehicle code laws? There are thousands of them and I am sure you, either unintentionally or unknowingly violated one of them, maybe turned to wide, no front plate, matched the description of a suspect vehicle?? Who knows why you got stopped, but my god that is not harrasment.
It happened to me because of my car. I am retired and put off painting my car and got pulled over after two cops, sitting in the middle of the road nose to nose with lights blinking, both just looked at each other and took off after me as I drove down the street.

My problem was I got a bogus ticket that cost me $570 and they even put down I had "non working license plate light" to cover their reason for following me. The problem is, it was working and had been working all along. But by scribbling the code on the ticket and not letting me know he was writing me up for this bogus citation, he covered his behind.

Luckily this is not the only way cops write tickets because this is the worst situation I have been in, but I can honestly say I have also been treated with respect and dignity by other officers. It depends on the person.

I just wish the police were more self policing of the ones giving the entire force the negative image many in this forum are expressing they have encountered.

Instead, the police in this forum are getting defensive in their responses because they themselves feel they don't not act in such a manner to warrant negative comments. A better option would be to recognized this community distrust of police and the officials who make a difference should understand there is a deep divide between the police and many of its constituents which should be addressed.
hawk

Canyon Country, CA

#61 Aug 21, 2010
WTF wrote:
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WOW well I was pulled over on my way to work. I was not speeding, I did not run a light or sign and I showed my ID and reg. They said you can go. I am guessing the reason I was pulled over is because I was driving my old POS car. Ya its old and a beater but I do still have it and insured it as well. WOW what you don't seem to know is they had NO REASON to pull me over. What the cop was HOPING was I did not have a valid licence or lack of insurance and he could then cite me for something. The mere thought that if you obey the law and you won't be harassed is a fairy tail
Why didn't you ask why he pulled you over?Police dept policy is when they pull you over for traffic violation they are to identify their self and tell you the reason you were stop then ask you for your information.You should complain to the police dept when officers don't follow policy.How can the police dept correct problems with their officers if they do not know.
rick

Canyon Country, CA

#62 Aug 21, 2010
you people are f---n crazy.....talk out ur ass.....
3Edward26

Beaumont, CA

#63 Aug 21, 2010
all cops suck and their olsd ladies are who res
buzz

Los Angeles, CA

#64 Aug 21, 2010
i think you might be on to something ,to bad it will fall on def ears. And this brings us to a point that has to be driven home with the pitiless force of a jackhammer: It is the guilty, collusive silence of good police officers that makes possible the ever-accumulating atrocities of the 'bad' ones
Family Guy wrote:
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It happened to me because of my car. I am retired and put off painting my car and got pulled over after two cops, sitting in the middle of the road nose to nose with lights blinking, both just looked at each other and took off after me as I drove down the street.
My problem was I got a bogus ticket that cost me $570 and they even put down I had "non working license plate light" to cover their reason for following me. The problem is, it was working and had been working all along. But by scribbling the code on the ticket and not letting me know he was writing me up for this bogus citation, he covered his behind.
Luckily this is not the only way cops write tickets because this is the worst situation I have been in, but I can honestly say I have also been treated with respect and dignity by other officers. It depends on the person.
I just wish the police were more self policing of the ones giving the entire force the negative image many in this forum are expressing they have encountered.
Instead, the police in this forum are getting defensive in their responses because they themselves feel they don't not act in such a manner to warrant negative comments. A better option would be to recognized this community distrust of police and the officials who make a difference should understand there is a deep divide between the police and many of its constituents which should be addressed.
buzz

Los Angeles, CA

#65 Aug 21, 2010
Psychiatrist have stated the police are a type of sociopath called dysocial. The first law of the dysocial is the protection of their own group. The police will do nothing about your complaint and in fact will investigate you. The only way you will be able to successfully lodge a complaint is with a lawyer. On the other hand since they will investigate you you can file criminal charges against the police for abuse of discretion. "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." -- Thomas Jefferson, letter to to William Smith; Paris, November 13, 1787
hawk wrote:
<quoted text>Why didn't you ask why he pulled you over?Police dept policy is when they pull you over for traffic violation they are to identify their self and tell you the reason you were stop then ask you for your information.You should complain to the police dept when officers don't follow policy.How can the police dept correct problems with their officers if they do not know.

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