Suspended cop saves baby

Suspended cop saves baby

There are 16 comments on the Indian Hill Journal story from Aug 26, 2010, titled Suspended cop saves baby. In it, Indian Hill Journal reports that:

The captain of the Felicity Police Department, suspended from his job after being indicted earlier this month on drug-related charges of tampering with evidence and records, is being called a hero after he pulled a 5-month-old baby from a burning car.

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really

Ellicott City, MD

#1 Aug 26, 2010
good job G....really glad that you saved the child. Now do us all a favor and fight the war on drugs so that child has a decent chance of growing up in a healthy enviroment without parents who nod out, and the trashy enviroment that drugs bring.
Different

Bardstown, KY

#2 Sep 8, 2010
Well, let us think about this without any bias: if we can.
First, a sting is not just a simple test of honesty. It is a complicated scheme, implemented by many to trap the target of the sting. Everything is done to entice and trap the one that is chosen as the target.

I had about $600 stolen from me by the local police department, where I was living at the time, when they set up a sting. They were acting as a fencing operation and paying a good price for anything a thief would bring them. One of them pushed a motorcycle from my shop to their operation and they bought it. Now, it is a criminal offense to receive stolen property. The law does not say it is not an offense if the motives are good. There is no Robin Hood clause.

Anyway, I paid the owner for the bike, which would not have been stolen if the police were not acting as criminals. Wait a minuet they were criminals. One might say criminals wearing uniforms: well not when they were buying as that might have given the plan away.

It is a criminal offense to deal in drugs and that is what the Sheriff's department was doing when they used drugs in the attempt to trap G. The drug dealer uses drugs to turn a profit and the Sheriff's department used them as a trap. Both used them for gain. The police did not gain any money, but they used them to enhance their reputation. Police should always be police and never switch places with criminals. They certainly understand the opposite, when criminals switch places and act as if they are police.

It should be clear that the sting committed on G is anything but fair and just when you see that his right to posses a weapon was denied him and the judge stopped his pay.
A man is supposed to be innocent until proven guilty. G has already been declared guilty by the judge with out a trial. As a police officer, G has made many enemies. that is apparent by all the hate shown in this web cite and the judge ruled that he can no longer have a gun in his house! Then the judge denied him a paycheck! Again, G is innocent until proven guilty, so the judge, by denying him a paycheck and a weapon denied him the means to defend himself!

You hire a man to clean your toilet and when he does, you chastise him for smelling. It should be apparent that G was cleaning your toilet by all the hate shown him. Of course, he was seen talking to lowlife and of course, those lowlifes accuse him of keeping their drugs and anything else they can think of. Look past the accusations and feel the hate of those who post about G.

It seems as though the Felicity Police Department is being unfavorably compared to Mayberry, but no one realizes that the people of Mayberry supported their police. They even had a jail in Mayberry and when Sheriff Taylor arrested someone, they had a place to put him.

By the way, Sheriff Taylor did not seem like a genius either. I learned a lesson from the smartest person that I ever met when he became angry that I told someone that he was smart: it blew his cover. I obviously didn't learn to keep my mouth shut, but I did learn that I could not depend on a judgment of how smart anyone is just by talking to them once.

Chief Hesler is not hiding under a rock. Go, talk to him, more than once, and then judge his intelligence yourself. Do not just read a few lines in the newspaper and make a judgment.

A man must have money to pay his bills, house, clothe, and feed his family, and in today's society, defend himself. If you have any compassion for G. or any sense of fairness, reach in your pocked and send him some support. Almost anyone reading this can come up with $50 to $100 dollars if you want something. I don't mean if you need it, just if you want it. You will remember the money you gave to help G's family a long time after you forget the trinket you wanted for yourself.

Of course, you will also be slapping the face of those who write the hate filled comments on this cite. That alone makes me want to send him some more!
hopeful

Cincinnati, OH

#3 Sep 9, 2010
WOW, well said "Different" - I totally agree!!!
no lies

Cincinnati, OH

#4 Sep 14, 2010
im sure anything that someone could send him would be appreciated since he dosent have a job or unemployment i found his adress on the sherrifs office web site i lso heard that someone was going to have a fun raiser for him and open an acount at riverhills bank to try to help him and his family im going to try to help its not much but i hope it helps after all he did help alot of people here its time to give back thanks mr.pack .
So You Say

Dayton, OH

#5 Sep 15, 2010
I think it is wrong to award someone for making this town look even worse then before. He knew he was doing wrong and should not expect people to help him out. I feel sorry for his family,but if it was one of you in trouble, do you think you would be hailed as everyone is him? He did wrong (several times) while in uniform,so,no,I will not take and support him. My money is better spent on more important things ,like our vetrans who are being hurt and killed,now there are families who deserve our help!!!!
no lies

Cincinnati, OH

#6 Sep 15, 2010
So You Say wrote:
I think it is wrong to award someone for making this town look even worse then before. He knew he was doing wrong and should not expect people to help him out. I feel sorry for his family,but if it was one of you in trouble, do you think you would be hailed as everyone is him? He did wrong (several times) while in uniform,so,no,I will not take and support him. My money is better spent on more important things ,like our vetrans who are being hurt and killed,now there are families who deserve our help!!!!
thats your right but your only hearing one side of the story and the news side always blows it out of porportion what happend to inasent untill prooven guilty if you realy new mr.pack he would give to you if you needed it and he did as a police officer and a citazen im not saying to award him for doing wrong becouse we dont no that for sure but you no he did put his life on the line for everyone 16 yrs for what 12 dollers an hour so if you cant help so dont commint thats fine but think before you make yourself look like an ass sorry about the spelling its harder on a cell phone. it makes since to me.
So You Say

Dayton, OH

#7 Sep 15, 2010
no lies wrote:
<quoted text>thats your right but your only hearing one side of the story and the news side always blows it out of porportion what happend to inasent untill prooven guilty if you realy new mr.pack he would give to you if you needed it and he did as a police officer and a citazen im not saying to award him for doing wrong becouse we dont no that for sure but you no he did put his life on the line for everyone 16 yrs for what 12 dollers an hour so if you cant help so dont commint thats fine but think before you make yourself look like an ass sorry about the spelling its harder on a cell phone. it makes since to me.
I know Pack and I know he has been doing wrong for a long time.And no,I am not one of the druggies.I am a regular citizen of the community who has watched him do wrong and spoke up several times about it and was ignored about it by those whom you all trust.It is those of you whom think Pack is great that are being played for an ass. And it isn't about how much a person is paid an hour,when you hire on to do a job,then do a good,honest job or let someone else who will.
huh

Waterloo, Canada

#8 Sep 15, 2010
no lies wrote:
<quoted text>thats your right but your only hearing one side of the story and the news side always blows it out of porportion what happend to inasent untill prooven guilty if you realy new mr.pack he would give to you if you needed it and he did as a police officer and a citazen im not saying to award him for doing wrong becouse we dont no that for sure but you no he did put his life on the line for everyone 16 yrs for what 12 dollers an hour so if you cant help so dont commint thats fine but think before you make yourself look like an ass sorry about the spelling its harder on a cell phone. it makes since to me.
I'm not arguing with anything you said except for the part about the 12 bux an hour. He chose to work for the Village at that pay. If he didn't like it he could have gone elsewhere. I make less than that but I have a family to raise and I can't work full time. But I also don't complain about what I make either because it pays the bills and I can spend time with my children. If he wasn't happy with his salary and wanted to continue in law enforcement he could have found employment with a better paying place.
So You Say

Dayton, OH

#9 Sep 15, 2010
huh wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm not arguing with anything you said except for the part about the 12 bux an hour. He chose to work for the Village at that pay. If he didn't like it he could have gone elsewhere. I make less than that but I have a family to raise and I can't work full time. But I also don't complain about what I make either because it pays the bills and I can spend time with my children. If he wasn't happy with his salary and wanted to continue in law enforcement he could have found employment with a better paying place.
Thank you for saying what I have tried to point out!He choose to work at that pay rate and if not happy then move on to a different job! I applaud you for your efforts in raising a family in these difficult times!!
knows the deal

Cincinnati, OH

#10 Sep 16, 2010
i wonder why he stayed and worked for 12.00 an hour?hum. maybe the extra perks paid off..
wow

Maysville, KY

#11 Sep 16, 2010
First off, if your not STEALING DRUGS when you are set up in a sting, You wont get in to trouble and if he was a Good Cop the thought of stealing would have NEVER crossed his mind.
2nd, even a dope head, hooker, or dirty cop can save a baby or a person in trouble. That doesn't make you a hero, it makes you a person who did the RIGHT thing, what needed to be done. If more people did the RIGHT thing all the time and not just ONCE during a shitty situation Felicity would be a better place.
So You Say

Dayton, OH

#12 Sep 16, 2010
wow wrote:
First off, if your not STEALING DRUGS when you are set up in a sting, You wont get in to trouble and if he was a Good Cop the thought of stealing would have NEVER crossed his mind.
2nd, even a dope head, hooker, or dirty cop can save a baby or a person in trouble. That doesn't make you a hero, it makes you a person who did the RIGHT thing, what needed to be done. If more people did the RIGHT thing all the time and not just ONCE during a shitty situation Felicity would be a better place.
Amen!!
no lies

Cincinnati, OH

#13 Sep 19, 2010
see how much you all no pack wasent full time either he was part time and he did work somewhere else that just shows you dont no much you just put crap on here that gossipers want to here if your going to about him and keep stiring the pot get it right .
What a joke

Pasadena, MD

#14 Sep 20, 2010
G. Pack may have saved a child from a burning vehicle but no one even tried to save that child from it's heroine addict mother. She was even nodding out at the hospital. When the nurse tried to tell the cops she was on something, all they had to say was that she was just in shock. I'm sorry but if I had just come out of that kind of situation I would be quite alert trying to make sure my child is ok.
Huh

Dayton, OH

#15 Sep 20, 2010
no lies wrote:
see how much you all no pack wasent full time either he was part time and he did work somewhere else that just shows you dont no much you just put crap on here that gossipers want to here if your going to about him and keep stiring the pot get it right .
Do it right? Then spell and type right so people can read what you type!
Annoyed

Dayton, OH

#16 Feb 9, 2011
What a joke wrote:
G. Pack may have saved a child from a burning vehicle but no one even tried to save that child from it's heroine addict mother. She was even nodding out at the hospital. When the nurse tried to tell the cops she was on something, all they had to say was that she was just in shock. I'm sorry but if I had just come out of that kind of situation I would be quite alert trying to make sure my child is ok.
You are a joke....why would you write something on here like that! This is her mother, I WAS at the hospital, I know what happened. Seems like you have some kind of issue, and you chose to come on here and post lies like a child instead of acting like an adult! He with NO sins, cast the first stone!

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