The "Nashua Duck Case"
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#1 Jan 20, 2014
Nashua duck case
Members of Nashua's police commission are appointed by the governor.
According to a police report, Campbell had a couple of drinks at a Crowne Plaza restaurant Dec. 23 and then ran over several mallard ducks with his BMW outside the hotel. Pappas, Campbell's friend and attorney, then picked up Campbell from the hotel.
So why is the state subsidizing the Nashua’s police force?
Wouldn’t you like to understand the history with why the state is overseeing the Nashua’s police force.
Why isn’t the state overseeing all the town police forces?
#2 Jan 20, 2014
Since March 19, 1891, the Nashua Police Department has been under the authority of a three-person Police Commission appointed by the Governor of New Hampshire.
The Police Commissioners appoint police officers and fix their salaries. They have full power to make and enforce all rules for the government of the police force. The Police Commissioners also have full and complete care and control of all lands and buildings used and erected for the use of the police department.
#3 Jan 20, 2014
Can you believe it, the elected mayor or aldermen isn’t the boss of the police department?
You god dam lucky I don’t live in Nashua!
#4 Jan 20, 2014
That could be said of every town with the exception of the town you currently reside!
#5 Jan 20, 2014
Keene owns its over police department
#6 Jan 20, 2014
The whole thing is a episode in the DUCK DYNASTY show!
#7 Jan 21, 2014
You are so predictable!
#8 Jan 22, 2014
January 22. 2014 12:10AM
Second Nashua Police Commissioner faces accusations
By KIM HOUGHTON
Union Leader Correspondent
In the height of a controversy surrounding Nashua Police Commissioner Thomas Pappas, a second police commissioner on Tuesday was publicly accused of unrelated misconduct.
A former officer with the city's police department, Anthony J. Pivero is alleging that longtime Commissioner Thomas Maffee may have intervened during a relative's arrest in the late 1980s or early 1990s.
On Tuesday, Pivero filed a written complaint with the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office, and advised Gov. Maggie Hassan's office regarding his concerns with alleged police activity involving Maffee's former brother-in-law.
"It is alleged that Commissioner Maffee had certain criminal charges dismissed or not brought forward on an individual known to him regarding a prostitution sting in the city of Nashua," Pivero wrote in a letter to Hassan. "It is believed that this individual was in the custody of the Nashua Police Department when certain communications were made by Commissioner Maffee to have the individual released."
Pivero addressed the Nashua Police Commission about the matter during its regular meeting Tuesday night at the police station.
He claims that Maffee's former brother-in-law was released, and no charges were brought forward by the department.
"I hope this complaint will be addressed and thoroughly investigated in the interests of justice," said Pivero.
Members of the commission refused to comment on Pivero's allegations Tuesday, maintaining the public comment period of the meeting is not a question-and-answer session.
Maffee, who has been a commissioner for nearly 30 years, is the second police commissioner in the past two weeks accused of intervening in police investigations
#9 Jan 22, 2014
"Maffee, who has been a commissioner for nearly 30 years, is the second police commissioner in the past two weeks accused of intervening in police investigations."
It is a polical spoils job!
Not enough turnover?
#10 Jan 22, 2014
Governor and state politician patronage system...
Special justice for special people...
#11 Jan 22, 2014
"Special justice for special people... "
-is that what ewe hope for when they finally drag ewer loser arse into court for that terrorism sh't ewe pulled at the bridge?
Like I said here b4, just plead Insanity- plenty of people will help ewe in testifying to that fact!
Mikey the Babbling Bullsh'ttin Bridge Buffoon and Ewetube star->
#12 Feb 5, 2014
February 05. 2014 6:51PM
Nashua police commissioner resigns in wake of dead ducks flap
By Kimberly Houghton
Union Leader Correspondent
Pappas' resignation letter
NASHUA -- Thomas Pappas, chairman of the Nashua Police Commission, voluntarily resigned from his position on Wednesday, about three weeks after his involvement in state Rep. David Campbell's
#13 Feb 5, 2014
"Nashua is currently the only community in the state that still has its police commission members appointed by the governor and approved by the Executive Council, a practice that has taken place since the 1920s or 1930s"
And he was a police officer!
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