Holland Patent Police Break 9 y.o. Gi...

Holland Patent Police Break 9 y.o. Girl's Arm

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Rocco Enquirer

Utica, NY

#1 Feb 9, 2014
A Holland Patent SWAT team officer broke the arm of a 9 year old girl when they broke into her Furner Ave. home and she refused to stop recording them on her i-phone and give it to them when they ordered her to. The HPPD claims they were acting on intelligence from an informant that wanted violent felon and West Utica drug lord Jamaal "Dookie" Biggs was staying at the house. Evidence suggests Dookie was not only even at the home, but has never been known by the girl or her mother. The girl and her mother have contacted a local legal firm to determine what criminal and/or civil charges may be brought against the police.
Nope

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Feb 9, 2014
Interesting.
Booker T Washington

Utica, NY

#3 Feb 9, 2014
Nope wrote:
Interesting.
Yes, very.
Even more interesting

White Plains, NY

#4 Feb 9, 2014
Holland patent doesnt even have a Police Dept. Moron.
Nope

Philadelphia, PA

#5 Feb 9, 2014
Even more interesting wrote:
Holland patent doesnt even have a Police Dept. Moron.
They should. Every little town in the utica region has a police department. They're missing the gravy train.
Booker T Washington

Utica, NY

#6 Feb 9, 2014
Even more interesting wrote:
Holland patent doesnt even have a Police Dept. Moron.
WTF? Wait, really???
Sorcerer

Utica, NY

#7 Feb 9, 2014
WTF is this nonsense?
dirty nick digger

Utica, NY

#8 Feb 10, 2014
this happened just not in holland patent.

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Since: May 12

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#9 Feb 10, 2014
Well if this is true then the girl obviously was never taught to respect the law. They should have kicked her butt too!

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Since: May 12

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#12 Feb 10, 2014
First of all, I am not okay with the police randomly knocking down someones door and barging in and injuring a child, but the fact that a 9 year old refuses to listens shows their lack of regard for any adult let alone law enforcement. I find it hard to believe that the police are going to just bust down the door of a home with a child in it. If this story is remotely true, I would want to hear the FULL story. I think it is another Topix forum full of lies to stir up people. Carry on....
OooRah

Utica, NY

#15 Feb 10, 2014
STFU wrote:
<quoted text>Case in point! Tragic yes, but CASE IN POINT. This Rambo commando gung-ho deputy got his asss blown away for his overzealous pursuit of an OLD man with barely a joint's worth of weed and a couple legally owned/obtained/accounted for guns. It's clear this cop thought he was making a headline grabbing bust. What's more incredulous than the tiny amount of weed is the fact that it's all about to go legal anyhow. I have the utmost respect for law, constitution and citizen-respecting, true patriot police who understand the nature, spirit and duty of their role is NOT how many tickets they can right in a day or how tough and authoritative they can be as agents of the "state", but instead believe in the oath they took and the protecting and serving the community as agents of the citizenry. However, there are fewer and fewer of these cops around.
Roger that brother!
Robbie

Utica, NY

#17 Feb 11, 2014
In all seriousness wrote:
<quoted text>That's all they HAVE up there are phony law & order wannabees who'd be dead the second they started this stupid shyt where I live. We don't put up with phony politicians or sheriff mofo wannabe soldiers we tell them to their faces if you wanna go put on armor and play tuffguy no problem take a number and join the war it's not for everybody.
Again I'd like to underline to any LEOs reading that you'd really better start being sure you fckin mean it these days kids. People are fed up and not going to keep getting their families shot up by the retards that couldn't shot straight.
.50 cals don't care what the fck your costume is made of you'd better have the right address because we're playing for all day the second you fck up and enter a law abiding citizens armed and remotely videographed home. You can't stumble your way in and make up shyt later anymore.
Good point. We need law enforcement, but we need truly great, astute officers and even better laws for them to "enforce".
snowy

Utica, NY

#18 Feb 12, 2014
If your not a dirt bag you have nothing to worry about. I have never known anyone that has had problems with any police dept. But then again I don't know any dirtbags. If you lay with dogs your gonna get fleas. What the hell kind of kid doesn't listen to a police officer in uniform? Must be a future criminal in training. Sounds to me like the cops had the right house. Can you imagine the discipline problem that kid is in school? Floyd, stittville, Holland patent, barneveld none of them have a police dept. They would have to call county or state police.
Big Johnson

Camillus, NY

#19 Oct 8, 2014
How's the girl doing now? Anybody know?

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