Monroe County Sheriff drives drunk with kid in the car

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Chuck

Rochester, NY

#1 Sep 12, 2013
I bet this is not his first time. Robert Glazier is a 27-year veteran of the Monroe County Sheriff's Office and up until Saturday night was on the SWAT team. After 27 years he still does not know the law?
You can bet he will get no jail time. Put him away. No excuse.

http://www.whec.com/news/stories/S3158023.sht...
Steel City Steelers

Rochester, NY

#2 Sep 12, 2013
Chuck wrote:
I bet this is not his first time. Robert Glazier is a 27-year veteran of the Monroe County Sheriff's Office and up until Saturday night was on the SWAT team. After 27 years he still does not know the law?
You can bet he will get no jail time. Put him away. No excuse.
http://www.whec.com/news/stories/S3158023.sht...
He'll lose his job that's a for sure. He has enough time in though to retire.
Ha Ha

Fairport, NY

#3 Sep 12, 2013
Steel City Steelers wrote:
<quoted text>He'll lose his job that's a for sure. He has enough time in though to retire.
He should be charged like everyone else.
He would be setting the example that a badge isn't a license to drink and drive.

Let his life get ruined like everyone else.
Need To Know

Rochester, NY

#4 Sep 12, 2013
Chuck wrote:
I bet this is not his first time. Robert Glazier is a 27-year veteran of the Monroe County Sheriff's Office and up until Saturday night was on the SWAT team. After 27 years he still does not know the law?
You can bet he will get no jail time. Put him away. No excuse.
http://www.whec.com/news/stories/S3158023.sht...
This case is a prime example showing that the MCSO or RPD, NYSP or local town police departments will be the first to come down on their own if they break the law.
Well done to all police depts. Yes we hold you to higher standards and here is a prime example of you living up to those standards.

Onec again. Well done.
Need To Know

Rochester, NY

#5 Sep 12, 2013
Ha Ha wrote:
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He should be charged like everyone else.
He would be setting the example that a badge isn't a license to drink and drive.
Let his life get ruined like everyone else.
He has been charged just like everyone else. Reading comprehension problem? Or just responding without knowing the facts?
Also he has already resingned his job.
Chuck

Rochester, NY

#6 Sep 12, 2013
The drunk quit. I wonder if he ever worked with with Star Unit? Drunks arresting drunks. I say take his pension away.

Pursuant to New York Vehicle Traffic Law Section 1192-2a, any person caught operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and transporting a child shall be charged with a Class E Felony. In the event that reckless driving and death or serious physical injury is not a factor, an individual will automatically be charged with a class D felony. Defendants convicted under the new law face a prison sentence of up to four years and a fine of $1000$5000. The installation of a mandatory ignition interlock device for a term of at least six months is also an expected provision of sentencing (mandatory for all DWI offenses August 15, 2010). Moreover, licenses are automatically suspended pending prosecution and once proven guilty, the person will be reported to the Statewide Central Register of Child Abuse and Maltreatment and his/her license will be suspended for a minimum of twelve months. First time and repeat offenders are charged with an E level felony, regardless of criminal record.
Steel City Steelers

Rochester, NY

#7 Sep 12, 2013
Ha Ha wrote:
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He should be charged like everyone else.
He would be setting the example that a badge isn't a license to drink and drive.
Let his life get ruined like everyone else.
I totally agree. It'll be Leandra's Law. Felony charge. No doubt. I hope he is screwed and has to do the same thing any dwi person has to do.
Steel City Steelers

Rochester, NY

#8 Sep 12, 2013
Chuck wrote:
The drunk quit. I wonder if he ever worked with with Star Unit? Drunks arresting drunks. I say take his pension away.
Pursuant to New York Vehicle Traffic Law Section 1192-2a, any person caught operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and transporting a child shall be charged with a Class E Felony. In the event that reckless driving and death or serious physical injury is not a factor, an individual will automatically be charged with a class D felony. Defendants convicted under the new law face a prison sentence of up to four years and a fine of $1000$5000. The installation of a mandatory ignition interlock device for a term of at least six months is also an expected provision of sentencing (mandatory for all DWI offenses August 15, 2010). Moreover, licenses are automatically suspended pending prosecution and once proven guilty, the person will be reported to the Statewide Central Register of Child Abuse and Maltreatment and his/her license will be suspended for a minimum of twelve months. First time and repeat offenders are charged with an E level felony, regardless of criminal record.
Not sure if he can get a pension if he resigned. I may be wrong on that...if he had 27 years in he will get the pension. I have said this before...any other person would get their pension. I don't think he should NOT get it.
Steve

Penfield, NY

#9 Sep 12, 2013
Steel City Steelers wrote:
<quoted text>Not sure if he can get a pension if he resigned. I may be wrong on that...if he had 27 years in he will get the pension. I have said this before...any other person would get their pension. I don't think he should NOT get it.
He will receive his pension. It is unaffected by resignation.
The man

Rochester, NY

#10 Sep 12, 2013
His ex was smart to leave him, obviously.

Then, there's this:

"They say he was coming from a property down in Livingston County where he was doing target shooting."

Dimwit was also drinking and shooting.

Add in the 12 year old, and this d-bag loser has just hit the trifecta.
Preacha Man

Rochester, NY

#11 Sep 12, 2013
He was about to retire anyway. He will get his full pension a slap on the wrist then get a cushy job with a kroney and will still live a better "financial" life than most with no inconvenience of getting a felony like 99% of the rest of us. Thats just the sad truth of it.
Need To Know

Rochester, NY

#12 Sep 12, 2013
"Dimwit was also drinking and shooting.
Add in the 12 year old, and this d-bag loser has just hit the trifecta."

Sounds like normal "inner city" ""Daily ghetto life" to me.

Except

If this was in the city the 12 year old would be pregnant!
Ha Ha

Fairport, NY

#13 Sep 13, 2013
Need To Know wrote:
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He has been charged just like everyone else. Reading comprehension problem? Or just responding without knowing the facts?
Also he has already resingned his job.
I think you misunderstand.
I didn't mean that he wasn't charged with something, I mean that the charges that filed against cops are not the same as they would use on a civilian.
If this were a civilian, there would be a dozen charges for him to fight in court. even if they get off, the cost of fighting the charges bankrupts you.
But, when a COP does something wrong, most of the charges are misdemeanors and the minimum number of charges needed to make it go away.

That is what I mean by "I hope he gets charged like everyone else."

So it wasn't my reading comprehension that is the problem ... but maybe my ability to write "mo~better."
Ha Ha

Fairport, NY

#14 Sep 13, 2013
Need To Know wrote:
<quoted text>
This case is a prime example showing that the MCSO or RPD, NYSP or local town police departments will be the first to come down on their own if they break the law.
Well done to all police depts. Yes we hold you to higher standards and here is a prime example of you living up to those standards.
Onec again. Well done.
See, I agree with you.

The best thing the police could do is police them selves as vigorously as they police us.
Steel City Steelers

Rochester, NY

#15 Sep 13, 2013
Usu
Ha Ha wrote:
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I think you misunderstand.
I didn't mean that he wasn't charged with something, I mean that the charges that filed against cops uare not the same as they would use on a civilian.
If this were a civilian, there would be a dozen charges for him to fight in court. even if they get off, the cost of fighting the charges bankrupts you.
But, when a COP does something wrong, most of the charges are misdemeanors and the minimum number of charges needed to make it go away.
That is what I mean by "I hope he gets charged like everyone else."
So it wasn't my reading comprehension that is the problem ... but maybe my ability to write "mo~better."
Usually they end up dropping all those other charges or they end up disappearing. My issue with it is how quickly he will get through it. He will get expedited court dates and probably won't have to go through the Diversion Program. He didn't blow o it is mandatory loss of license for six months I think. That's DMV so him being a cop won't/can't change that. At least a year. I don't think he can get a conditional because he won't qualify for one since he resigned from his job he doesn't need to drive to work. We shall see.
Foot in mouth Disease

Rochester, NY

#16 Sep 13, 2013
Steel City Steelers wrote:
<quoted text>Not sure if he can get a pension if he resigned. I may be wrong on that...
UNDERSTATMENT OF THE YEAR. >>>>>> "I may be wrong".......

Oh you been wrong on a whole lot!
CC stands for Crazy Clown

Rochester, NY

#17 Sep 13, 2013
Foot in mouth Disease wrote:
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UNDERSTATMENT OF THE YEAR. >>>>>> "I may be wrong".......
Oh you been wrong on a whole lot!
Up before noon huh? What gives?

“Lovin' you is fuuu-uuun...”

Since: Apr 09

drop the puck, Ref...

#18 Sep 13, 2013
1) You dumbass.
2) You dumbass.
3) You dumbass.

27 yrs.
how many fatalaties from DWI have YOU seen?
The Gooch

Rochester, NY

#19 Sep 13, 2013
There are three sets of justice in this world.

#1 The regular: covers all blue collar and poor = tough sentences.

#2 The rich and Famous: self they get arrested as much as #1's but very light sentences.

#3 Cops: Seldom arrested for their crimes and get even lighter sentences than both of the above.

Before you think I am CC I believe she deserves to be dragged through a parking lot once a week.

“Lovin' you is fuuu-uuun...”

Since: Apr 09

drop the puck, Ref...

#20 Sep 13, 2013
Yet again, children scarred for life, because we've allowed idiots and morons to breed and proliferate.
We need testing for a baseline intelligence level to assure that the kids aren't born into this hell.
I understand that there's always going to be a "smart" couple that abuses their kid(s); but, the chances are way higher that these morons will do it on a regular basis.
Mandatory sterilization, Shockley Eugenics, you might say...applies to ALL races and creeds.

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