S. Ind. cop faces drug charges

S. Ind. cop faces drug charges

There are 48 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Apr 6, 2007, titled S. Ind. cop faces drug charges. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

A Clarksville police officer who also is a candidate for Sellersburg Town Court judge was released on bond yesterday after being arrested Wednesday night on preliminary charges of drug dealing.

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Vinnnn Dat You

Indianapolis, IN

#50 Apr 8, 2007
Private Lawyer wrote:
<quoted text>I used to be a prosecutor and I can attest to the fact that small town cops are USUALLY unqualified and incompetent. Sadly, most of them can't write a coherent, literate sentence. Worse, a lot of them are in law enforcement for all the wrong reasons -- to seek thrills, hit on women they pull over, push around people they don't like. The small agencies simply don't pay enough to attract high quality individuals. The smart candidates get on with better agencies. The losers take what they can get. Most of these unprofessional little departments are led by marshals or "chiefs" who have nothing more than a high school diploma or GED and they came from the same collection of boneheads as their rank and file. It's a real problem.
You "used to be a prosecutor" huh? Before, what... you got fired for being an idiot?

I hope you didn't make vague, unsubstantiated blanket remarks like this in your closing arguments.

It's clear to me why you're no longer practicing. What is not clear to me... how you passed the Bar exam in the first place, if you did.

I bet you are just like My Cousin Vinny.
NoProtection

Rubicon, WI

#51 Apr 8, 2007
What a joke! What do you expect??? Oh! We're suppose to feel as though the police are there to serve and protect! That's why this family feels so safe after the local Kosciosko Co. Sheriff's dept. has helped place our grandson back into his abusers hands. Our grandson will now know first hand that not all police protect children and actually contribute to their abuse. What a pity!
Private Lawyer

AOL

#52 Apr 8, 2007
Vinnnn Dat You wrote:
<quoted text>
You "used to be a prosecutor" huh? Before, what... you got fired for being an idiot?
I hope you didn't make vague, unsubstantiated blanket remarks like this in your closing arguments.
It's clear to me why you're no longer practicing. What is not clear to me... how you passed the Bar exam in the first place, if you did.
I bet you are just like My Cousin Vinny.
WOW, sorry, Deputy Fife. Clearly demonstrating you small town cops are too dumb to do the job, is your inferring from my disclosure that I'm a "former prosecutor," that I no longer practice law. I'm in "private practice" now. It's what most "former prosecutors" do, Barney. I'd venture to guess I make more in 2 weeks than you make in a year zipping around in your little toy police car.

By the way, if you watch My Cousin Vinny closely, you'll notice that he's also in private practice, that he has a very hot girlfriend, and...he wins his first case -- a murder trial -- on the other guy's home court! Pretty darn fine lawyering, if you ask me.
Deputy Fife

Indianapolis, IN

#53 Apr 9, 2007
Private Lawyer wrote:
<quoted text>WOW, sorry, Deputy Fife. Clearly demonstrating you small town cops are too dumb to do the job, is your inferring from my disclosure that I'm a "former prosecutor," that I no longer practice law. I'm in "private practice" now. It's what most "former prosecutors" do, Barney. I'd venture to guess I make more in 2 weeks than you make in a year zipping around in your little toy police car.
By the way, if you watch My Cousin Vinny closely, you'll notice that he's also in private practice, that he has a very hot girlfriend, and...he wins his first case -- a murder trial -- on the other guy's home court! Pretty darn fine lawyering, if you ask me.
Well be sure to put that on your resume...

I LOVE JOE PESCI.

Perhaps you'll meet the the same fate Pesci did in Good Fellas, Casino and in JFK.

I know, I know... wishful thinking.

Sincerely,

Ol' Barn.

PS: I seriously doubt that a self-proclaimed wealthy and wonderful private lawyer such as yourself could land a hottie like Marissa Tome. You might get the occasional Internet date (with 13 a year old boy) but I'd say that's about it.

Now get back to praising yourself online. God knows, you probably don't have any lawyering to do.
KCool

United States

#54 Apr 17, 2007
I heard that this cop was the one who bought the local skate rink. Does anyone know if it was really him? If so, he's one sick person to be selling to the kids there after he told the parents that he bought it to clean it up from all the drugs and alcohol.
Why not

Louisville, KY

#55 Jun 2, 2007
"Badges? We don't need no stinking badges!"
I have a thought. Let's just get rid of all of the cops, and see what happens. Sadly, there are a few bad apples, same as anywhere. I know that most police agencies do everything possible to "weed out" the bad apples.
Rob

Nashville, TN

#56 Jun 28, 2007
badcopnews.com . There are more than you think. I provide this for infomational purposes.
greyhair

Louisville, KY

#57 Jan 10, 2008
The whole Clarksville Police Dept sucks. In my
opinion they are the worst police dept in Indiana.

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