Hayse resigns as Minooka police chief
MINOOKA – Chief Doug Hayse is retiring to warmer weather from his position at the Minooka Police Department just three years after he came on board.
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#1 Apr 9, 2010
I really wish he wouldn't retire. I really appreciate the job he is doing in Minooka to keep the crime rate down. I hope the new chief listens well to any advise Hayse wants to give him/her. The Minooka cops police Lakewood Trails regularly and the woods between Prairie Ridge and Lakewood. They also pull lots of speeders over and given them tickets. I like that! We need a heavy police presence in Lakewood. All the section 8's. Kudos to Hayse for a job well done.
#2 Apr 11, 2010
crime rate down??????? where do you live?
#3 Apr 28, 2010
#4 May 7, 2010
The crime rate in lakewood is crazy high and then they try coming over here by the high school. Ughhh.
#5 May 10, 2010
Good riddance to this scum bag..Ask any officer that worked for him and they all agree he was a micro manager back stabber and would throw you under the bus in a minute to save his own ass.
Have fun in Georgia loser..........
#6 May 19, 2013
he's a punk
when he was chief of morris illionis city I was arrested due to failure to appear back then as I
was homeless and forgot of a court date so here comes the kid mad as hell I soon realized as he
foundout IDing me so all I had was a bicyle and camping gear with it and he breaks my safty flag
pole on purpose as he couldnt get the thing in his chevy suv then he steals a item from my
camping gear bag as I later foundout he didnt have a warrent nor did he ask me
the other police he ruled over were just as corrupt as he is.and if wasnt due to being
homeless for a number of yrs then I sure as hell would had filed suit over it scum bags
#7 May 19, 2013
It's real simple y'all. This is a small town and every cop knows something about you. They patrol our small town daily. They know certain cars, certain kids, where their coffee is on the house, who is runnin what behind the back of whatever. The point is this: obey the laws; bending the ones that are bendable and at a cops discretion, and don't touch nobody...ever. You do that and you will likely never be on the wrong end of a police encounter. And in saying that, there are plenty of types of "police encounters" where you will be glad they are there. So long Chiefie. Now onto a brighter star whom I hope to never have to meet, just like the last guy.
#8 May 20, 2013
yes dont do wrong yet the same applies even more so to law enforcement failure to appear was due
to two pigs in two different cars blocking a secondary road one night non emergency simply just
chit chatting as I let my approach be known with a flashlight as I was riding just a bicyle and
I was ticketed then comes the punk who damages my bicyle when it wouldnt fit in his red suv
then steals something from my camping gear on that failure to appear it doesnt give him the
right its people like you that are blind to facts that leaves the pigs as ugly as you are and so long punk
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