Chief Merritt Rahn's Next Job, maintenance at Dunkin Donuts

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RPDsuks

Rochester, NY

#1 Nov 17, 2011
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It's not only amazing to realize while reading this story and the parole hearing transcripts how f'd-up our police officer's are and think, but also how f'd up the other people in our criminal justice system. Like why waste the time blacking things out on the transcipt if a person can just read the blacked-out words at 200% and clearly see what the say? Obviously the person blackening the words out is part of our legal system and gets paid by our tax dollars. If they are this stupid, if they made this mistake, how many more have they made, how many more mistakes will they make?? And this isn't the first time I've noticed this, the last blacked-out transcript I recall reading was about a drug bust in the city and several address were blacked-out, but still readable.

But, anyways, Good Luck to you Mr Rahn at that job at Dunkin Donuts. Who would of guessed that a cop of 40 years would have some sort of connection with Dunkin Donuts to end up getting a job offer from them after getting out of jail for being a typical dirty scumbag cop???? And how old are your 2 sons that live with you at home in Spencerport??? They must be old. Do they live in your basement??

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Marilyn

Rochester, NY

#2 Nov 17, 2011
it's so unfair!
Marilyn

Rochester, NY

#3 Nov 17, 2011
And Don't take my picture!
Dunkin Donuts?? "Ridiculous!"
Still on my High Horse

Rochester, NY

#4 Nov 17, 2011
He has to work off all those free donuts he got for so long
Walter

Rochester, NY

#5 Nov 18, 2011
If one day I walked into a Dunkin Donuts and I saw Rahn mopping the floor, I'd die laughing.
Johnnie

Rochester, NY

#6 Nov 18, 2011
Rahn keeps saying he took responsibilty for his action, but he didn't, he didn't admit to it, he was found guilty by the court.
And he has 4 kids and a bunch of grand kids, all folling his lead and one is in jail arleady.
He already retired forom the RPD, so why would he need to work when he gets out of jail??
And in the transcript he acts like its wrong we put him in jail cause he drives all these disabled vet friends of his to and from the doctors. Really??
And his mom is over 80 yo and lives alone, that means shes doing ok and doesn't need him. If 2 of his adult children still live with him and mom, then why not move in grandma??
RacistFireCrotch BarnFart

Rochester, NY

#7 Nov 18, 2011
This guy is white, right?
Chuck

Houston, TX

#8 Nov 18, 2011
What! He probably will run for congress when he gets out. He is a crook and not honest so he is well qualified for sure. Could also be a banker on Wall Street or help run the Fereral Reserve. Lots of potential.
RPDsuks

Rochester, NY

#9 Nov 18, 2011
I think you people don't believe me, you think i'm joking about dunkin donuts.
I'm not!!
Read the transcript and see the words blacked out at 200%, you can see clearly it says DUNKIN DONUTS.

“Reality is settling in...”

Since: Nov 08

Stop sweating the small stuff.

#10 Nov 18, 2011
It wouldn't surprise me any if this lying EX-badge wearing blue uniform thug got a job with another police dept within Monroe County. It's not right or wrong, it's about who you know. many of them get hired via the good ole boys network. It's a tightly woven, intricately weaved thread of professional crooks and liars. Many are blood related too.
Impala SS

Rochester, NY

#11 Nov 25, 2011
I wonder why they don't want the public to know that he has a job offer at Dunkin Donuts??
RacistFireCrotch BarnFart

Rochester, NY

#12 Nov 25, 2011
I wonder if Rahn is working at the Greece Dunkin Donuts, will Greece Police Officer still feel comfortable going there and hanging out and trying to get free donuts??
Prison

Brockport, NY

#13 Nov 15, 2012
How was he treated in prison ?
Eddie

Rochester, NY

#14 Nov 15, 2012
Going to guess it went well for him since he's a cop, and they don't live in general population. Plus, from reading this, Hudson is a pretty nice place to be locked up.

Hudson Correctional Facility

The jobs were not gone long. On October 14, 1976, the facility reopened, now under the jurisdiction of the Department of Correctional Services, the state's adult correctional system. At first, only three cottages (as they are still called) were usable, and the minimum-security Hudson Correctional Facility had a capacity of 120 inmates. The state immediately began refurbishing other buildings. Three more cottages were ready in December, 1978, providing beds for another 60 inmates. Further renovations added 60 more beds in 1981, doubling the capacity to 240.

Later in 1981, the Old Chapel was readied for occupancy. The chapel, built in the 1890's, is the oldest usable building on the grounds. Located just outside the fence, 60 work release inmates are housed in the chapel -- still with stained glass windows, massive beams and arches, ornate radiator covers, ancient chandeliers and slanting, creaking floors. Preparation of still more housing areas continued -- in cottages, basements and in the former hospital building.

Inmates are issued keys to their rooms, some of which are single and some mini-dorms with up to 10 beds. Current capacity is now 515 medium-security beds inside the fence plus the 60 minimum- security beds in the old chapel, for a total of 575.(About 50 more inmates are on Hudson's count but are never at the institution. These inmates are either day reporters or participants in the Altamont House Residential Treatment Program.)

Nearly all the buildings were constructed between 1908 and 1952. An addition to the current administration building was built in 1956 and contains offices, classrooms and the libraries. The new multi-faith chapel, built by inmates with donated materials, was dedicated in 1989. Ground was broken this year for a new work release building with offices as well as an inmate housing area.

There are several structures on the grounds which are not usable. They include the Plumb-Bronson house, built around 1810 and remodeled in 1839 by the renowned architect Alexander Jackson Davis. The Plumb-Bronson house, with a beautiful spiral staircase winding up to the third floor, was used as the superintendent's residence until 1972, but has been crumbling in disuse ever since. Citizen groups are currently seeking funding to restore and preserve the house as a valuable example of the Hudson Valley's architectural riches.

Hudson's inmates spend their days much as other medium-security inmates around the state. They perform necessary work such as maintenance of the institution and food preparation and service. There are academic classes leading to high school equivalency and vocational courses in small engine repair, horticulture, barber and beauty culture, and janitorial services. There is an ASAT (Alcohol and Substance Abuse Treatment) program and a Veterans Substance Abuse Treatment Program administered in conjunction with the Albany Veterans Administration office. There are also volunteer-led programs, a cognitive self-change program, prerelease programs and organized recreation programs.

Outside-cleared inmates, housed in F and G cottages, work regularly under Correction Officer supervision at the State Office Campus and at the cafeteria of the Department's Training Academy in Albany. They are also assigned to the Rockefeller Plaza, the huge state office complex in downtown Albany, where they report after the state employees have gone home for the day to clean state offices and process the complex's recyclables. Inmates also travel at least twice a week to a regional food bank in Albany, where they sort and package donated food for distribution to the needy throughout upstate New York.

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