Former CT Cop Convicted Of Child Rape In Mass. Child rapist jailed for 15-20 years........
the judge called Hewett a "cold" and "calculating" sexual predator who groomed his victim before assaulting him.........
going back at least, as far as back as 1972 anyway, Hewett, a former law-enforcement officer in Conn., had been suspected of sexual misconduct with minors.......but Hewett, a law-enforcement officer, avoided sexual assault charges..........
A Pittsfield man is facing an assault charge after he allegedly beat a woman because the breakfast she served him didn't include sausage.
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#30 Feb 21, 2014
So you had to go back to 1972 to stereotype all cops, you crackhead teen moms get so bitter when your kids and their aid is taken away.
#31 Feb 23, 2014
Pimps in the Police Force - Officer Pimps Out His Own Wife.......a Baltimore police officer is accused of Human Trafficking and prostituting his own wife. But there is a brightside to this, at least it was the cop's own whore of a wife....
and in other news: A New Orleans Cop Raped a 13-year-old.......
and a cop who is accused of beating a special needs student, is now accused of rape.......what a shocker!
#32 Feb 23, 2014
Actually long, long before former Police Officer Alden Hewett was finally convicted of forcible rape of a child, long, long before that, he was suspected of molesting several boys. Cops knew, or should have known he was a sexual deviant preying on and raping young boys. Trained Cops, of which this child raping sexual predator deviant cop was one of, even with allegations about him molesting young boys, trained cops continued working side by side with a child raping sexual predator cop for decades. Trained cops worked with a sexual predator for decades, and apparently not one of those trained cops knew there was a sexual predator among them preying on young boy, for decades. Allegations against this cop of child molestation go back as far as 1972, at least, but apparently he was able to get away with his crimes, and escape prosecution for his crimes against children. I'm sure the fact that he was a cop had nothing to do with him getting away with preying on/raping young boys for decades, while he was a cop.
#34 Feb 24, 2014
.. and was busted BY THE COPS!
#35 Feb 24, 2014
.. and WERE busted BY THE COPS!
#36 Feb 24, 2014
HERO COP NABS CELL PHONE THIEF
A HERO TRANSIT COP, WHO WAS SHOT IN THE BACK IN JANUARY, made a dramatic arrest of a cell phone thief in Brooklyn on Monday.
#37 Feb 24, 2014
"HERO COP" MAKES SECOND RESCUE JUST DAYS APART
SAN DIEGO (CBS 8)- Just days after he helped save a family from a raging apartment fire in Clairemont, a heroic San Diego police officer is at it again.
This time, officer Zach Bradley pulled a suspected drunk driver out of her wrecked vehicle. An SUV flipped over and hit a natural gas meter on the side of an apartment building in Clairemont.
It happened just hours after Bradley wrapped up a press conference where he spoke about rescuing a woman and her two daughters as they jumped from a second-story building engulfed in flames Tuesday morning.
SAN DIEGO (CNS/CBS 8)- A San Diego police officer who helped two teen-aged girls and their mother trapped on the second story of their apartment building to escape during a raging fire Tuesday morning is being heralded a hero.
#38 Feb 24, 2014
How many times are you going to vomit up that story? I told you, any psycho cop can be a HERO. Just like the Philadelphia HERO cop arrested and charged with rape, deviant sexual intercourse, human trafficking, kidnapping, aggravated assault and making terroristic threats after he forced women at gun point to perform oral sex on him. Not only was this psycho cop honored as a HERO he was also honored as a Top Cop by his peers, and he was invited by the vice president to attend a speech by the president , and he was seated between the vice president's wife and the president's wife. And then there's all those 9/11 NYPD arrested heroes, the NYPD crooks, the NYPD criminals, indicted in a massive 9/11 disability fraud. No doubt all those NYPD criminals are all honored heroes.
#39 Feb 24, 2014
by other cops! lmfao!
#40 Feb 24, 2014
OFF-DUTY COP RESCUES MAN FROM BURNING CAR, A 'CHRISTMAS DAY MIRACLE'
A bomb squad officer on his way to work and two civilians helped PULL A TRAPPED MAN FROM A BURNING STATION WAGON ON THE NORTHBOUND 405 FREEWAY IN SHERMAN OAKS ON WEDNESDAY, SAVING HIS LIFE, AUTHORITIES SAID.
Los Angeles Police Department Officer Don Thompson was southbound on the 405 on his way to work in the LAX area just before 2 p.m. when he saw the station wagon traveling on the northbound side crash into the center divider near the Ventura Boulevard exit, said LAPD spokesman Lt. Andy Neiman.
Thompson pulled over to the center median on the southbound side, jumped over the guardrail, opened the door of the car AND SAW A MAN IN HIS MID-TO-LATE 60S UNCONSCIOUS IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT.
"THE FIRE WAS STARTING TO SPREAD INSIDE THE PASSENGER COMPARTMENT," NEIMAN SAID. "HE WAS ABLE TO CUT THE SEAT BELT WITH HIS KNIFE, PULLED THE GENTLEMAN OUT OF THE VEHICLE, AND TWO CITIZENS WHO ALSO STOPPED CAME UP AND ALSO ASSISTED IN PULLING THE DRIVER FURTHER AWAY FROM THE VEHICLE."
THE CAR WAS FULLY ENGULFED IN FLAMES SHORTLY AFTERWARD.
The driver, who has not been identified, was transported to a hospital with moderate injuries, officials said.
Thompson, who wasn't on duty yet but in uniform, sustained first- and second-degree burns, abrasions to his hands and knees and suffered from smoke inhalation during the rescue. The 26-year department veteran was treated at the scene and then taken to an urgent care facility for his serious injuries.
"NOBODY WOULD HAVE SURVIVED THAT VEHICLE BASED ON WHAT THE (LOS ANGELES) FIRE DEPARTMENT OBSERVED WHEN THEY ARRIVED," Neiman said. "It truly is a Christmas Day miracle. It's the best gift that Officer Thompson and the gentleman in that car could have received that day."
#41 Feb 24, 2014
FORGET THE KNUCKLEHEADS, THESE ARE HEROES IN BLUE
March 15: In the middle of the night, Sgt. David Potter and police officers Jason Judge and Brian Dougherty charged into a burning apartment building on 2nd Street near Cumberland before firefighters or rescue arrived, pounding on doors to wake sleeping residents. They saved seven adults and nine kids.
Sept. 2: Police officers Patrick Keck, Raymond Diaz, Marvin Marson and Rafael Ramos did the same on Clearfield Street near C, rescuing three people. Afterward, Diaz was treated for smoke inhalation.
Just get them talking
Nov. 5: Detectives Gerard Winward and James Poulos questioned two males suspected of gunpoint robberies of iPhones in the 35th District. One of the perps was charged with a single robbery; the other admitted to five others - and to the rape of a 16-year-old girl.
Summer 2013: A team of officers from the Major Crimes Unit worked with officers from the 2nd District to nab a duo suspected of stealing "Chrysler-type" vehicles from the parking lots of hospitals, including (for shame) Fox Chase Cancer Center. In custody, one of the men confessed to stealing 35 vehicles in the Northeast. As a result,$150,000 in stolen property was recovered. Hats off to Sgt. Dan Buckley, detectives John Logan and Steve Kershaw, and police officers James Campbell, Chris McCue, Anthony Glaviano and Kevin Doerr.
July 11: Long after curfew, plainclothes officers Brian Murray and Alexander Norat and Sgt. Michael Carr spotted a male bicyclist whom they thought was a juvenile and attempted to question him. The kid dropped his bike and took off through neighborhood alleys until grabbed by the officers. In his possession: a fully loaded .45-caliber handgun.
March 6: Sgt. Michael Carr brought a suspected shooting perp to the hospital for possible identification by a gunshot victim about to undergo surgery there. The victim denied the perp was the shooter, but Carr's gut told him to take detailed notes on the suspect anyway. After the surgery, the victim admitted that the suspect was, indeed, the man who had shot him but he'd been too frightened to say so. A warrant was issued and the shooter was arrested.
Nov. 1: Police officers Thomas Brown, Raymond Rutter and Joy Gallen-Ruiz stopped a van whose five occupants were reportedly about to retaliate for a prior shooting. Sharp instincts and faster reflexes allowed the officers to arrest the men without incident or injury - a miracle, considering the men carried a fully loaded sawed-off shotgun, two handguns and a big bag of ammo.
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