Officer Placed On Leave Pending Crimi...

Officer Placed On Leave Pending Criminal Investigation

There are 26 comments on the WRTV Indianapolis story from Aug 24, 2006, titled Officer Placed On Leave Pending Criminal Investigation. In it, WRTV Indianapolis reports that:

A Columbus police officer has been placed on administrative leave because of an investigation that involves him.

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T Miller

Columbus, IN

#1 Aug 28, 2006
Paid leave? Sounds like vacation. Half the Columbus PD is filthy corrupt, they ought to clean house.
AntiFlag

Cincinnati, OH

#2 Aug 29, 2006
If you hate American so much why not move away!

Move to Iran!
TMiller

Columbus, IN

#3 Aug 30, 2006
Didnt say I hate America, actually I love it. Its not perfect, but is the best place I've been, and believe me I've been a few. Just think when someone is in the "enforcement of laws" business, he or she must be willing to uphold those laws themselves. If they think they are immune, they are hipocrites, and I dislike those most. When it involves that type of behavour with a minor, personally he needs to be exocuted. If police departments want to get respect, they need to be worthy.
AntiFlag wrote:
If you hate American so much why not move away!
Move to Iran!
Lucee

Evansville, IN

#4 Aug 30, 2006
I'm with you TMiller. Glad to be out of there, but my bitterness over the truth has not left me yet.
oldthinker

Brooklyn, IN

#5 Sep 3, 2006
TMiller, didn't you read that the mayor said that Columbus had the best police force in America. I guess that explains a lot of things.
TMIller

Columbus, IN

#6 Sep 6, 2006
Yea, and he is a "former" city cop, so....huh....gyess he's the ringleader of sorts.
oldthinker wrote:
TMiller, didn't you read that the mayor said that Columbus had the best police force in America. I guess that explains a lot of things.
oldthinker

Brooklyn, IN

#7 Sep 6, 2006
Ouch!
TMIller

Columbus, IN

#8 Sep 12, 2006
Lucee, sounds like you know columbus. A few years back, we had a black officer who provided drugs and a place for teens to party. I am not racist, so if he was white, he would still be trash. He molested and provided partys with these teens , yet despite complaints about him, he remained on the farce (spelling error intended) for quite some time. This problem is a problem everywhere though. I will support the department when they can efficiently police themselves.
Lucee wrote:
I'm with you TMiller. Glad to be out of there, but my bitterness over the truth has not left me yet.
oldthinker

Brooklyn, IN

#9 Sep 12, 2006
The problem with the police is that they make (internal investigations) of themselves when something is wrong. When the fox watches the hen house ---------!
TMIller

Columbus, IN

#10 Sep 12, 2006
Oldthinker, I may not always agree with ya, but you and I are about 99.999% on the same page. The fox guarding the hen house is about the way it is.
oldthinker wrote:
The problem with the police is that they make (internal investigations) of themselves when something is wrong. When the fox watches the hen house ---------!
oldthinker

Brooklyn, IN

#11 Sep 12, 2006
TMIller wrote:
Oldthinker, I may not always agree with ya, but you and I are about 99.999% on the same page. The fox guarding the hen house is about the way it is.
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TMILLer, I don't always agree with myself. I am my own worst enemy at times but I am always trying to be a better person with God's help. It's good to hear form you. Hang in there.
Lucee aka Lucy

Evansville, IN

#12 Nov 17, 2006
Yes I know Columbus all too well (several decades of the 'Columbus Experience'.) I enjoy your writing TMiller. Appears we think alike.

I think I remember the incident you are speaking of. How the list grows each day! Keep up the good information. Maybe eventually they will 'clean house'.
TMIller wrote:
Lucee, sounds like you know columbus. A few years back, we had a black officer who provided drugs and a place for teens to party. I am not racist, so if he was white, he would still be trash. He molested and provided partys with these teens , yet despite complaints about him, he remained on the farce (spelling error intended) for quite some time. This problem is a problem everywhere though. I will support the department when they can efficiently police themselves.
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TMiller

Columbus, IN

#13 Nov 20, 2006
Hi Lucy. The next 4 years here in Barth county will be interesting as well. The newly elected sheriff, I folled him home one day after he committed several traffic infractions in a county car. Told him about his mis-deeds, and his response was "So what?". When the top dog has no regard for his own behavior, not the lawsa he upholds, makes for interesting times.
Lucee aka Lucy wrote:
Yes I know Columbus all too well (several decades of the 'Columbus Experience'.) I enjoy your writing TMiller. Appears we think alike.
I think I remember the incident you are speaking of. How the list grows each day! Keep up the good information. Maybe eventually they will 'clean house'.
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Lucee

Evansville, IN

#14 Nov 28, 2006
Wow, you are one brave soul for doing that. Not sure but most would be amazed at how HIGH and LOW the level of authority goes in Columbus and Bartholomew County.
TMiller wrote:
Hi Lucy. The next 4 years here in Barth county will be interesting as well. The newly elected sheriff, I folled him home one day after he committed several traffic infractions in a county car. Told him about his mis-deeds, and his response was "So what?". When the top dog has no regard for his own behavior, not the lawsa he upholds, makes for interesting times.
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LetsGetReal

Pleasanton, CA

#15 Nov 28, 2006
Would have been cool to see you attempt a citizen's arrest.
TMiller

Columbus, IN

#16 Nov 28, 2006
Did that one too, but it took a while to clear it up. The officer I arrested, tried to counter arrest, and charged me with resisting. He's the one ended up in cuffs. Took a year to clear it up. As a former law enforcement, I really hate seeing cops thumb their noses at the laws.
LetsGetReal wrote:
Would have been cool to see you attempt a citizen's arrest.
TMiller

Columbus, IN

#17 Nov 28, 2006
Oh, and he didnt identify himself as a police officer until I declared him under arrest.
LetsGetReal wrote:
Would have been cool to see you attempt a citizen's arrest.
LetsGetReal

Pleasanton, CA

#18 Nov 28, 2006
What did you arrest him for?
Lucee

Evansville, IN

#19 Nov 28, 2006
Wow again! Should I ask for details? Sounds interesting.
TMiller

Columbus, IN

#20 Nov 29, 2006
Drunk driving. Used his red lights to pass, then stopped at a lounge. He was off duty, supposedly. He then refused a breathalizer. Ended up charged with pi, and wasnt until he got charged with pi did they drop my resisting charges. I just got back from the Gulf, had a chip on my shoulder, and got pi##ed off, decided enough was enough. By the way, this didnt happen in Columbus, tho it could have.
Lucee wrote:
Wow again! Should I ask for details? Sounds interesting.

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