National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 06-04-15

 

 

National Police Misconduct Reporting Project

 

” Here are the 10 reports of police misconduct tracked for Thursday, May 4, 2015:

  • Maui, Hawaii: An officer was arrested and charged with OUI and refusing to take sobriety tests. ow.ly/NQfAu
  • Winona County, Minnesota: A deputy was fired after his arrest for solicitation of prostitution. ow.ly/NS5Uj
  • Update: Kankakee County, Illinois (First reported 01-30-15): A now-former deputy was sentenced to two years and three months for misusing donated public funds for his private business. He was formerly the police chief of an Illinois town and former president of the organization for the Illinois chiefs of police. ow.ly/NS98E
  • Update: Secaucus, New Jersey (First reported 11-19-14): A now-former officer was sentenced to one year of probation for fraudulently purchasing steroid gel with the intent to resell it. ow.ly/NSib0
  • Greenville County, South Carolina: A deputy was fired after he was arrested by his colleagues for DUI. ow.ly/NSjLt
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (Los Angeles): A now-former agent was indicted for stealing $100,000 of drug proceeds and obstruction of justice. ow.ly/NSMJl
  • Albuquerque, New Mexico: Eleven officers were placed on administrative leave after two incidents during which officers shot at moving vehicles. ow.ly/NSo9m
  • Portland, Tennessee: An officer was charged with leaving the scene of an accident. He allegedly hit a mailbox with his cruiser. The police department repaired the damaged mailbox. The officer resigned. ow.ly/NSq4r
  • Update: Jefferson County, Idaho (First reported 02-02-14): The sheriff was found guilty misusing public funds. Sentencing is scheduled for June 22. ow.ly/NSrya
  • East Chicago, Indiana: An officer was suspended for inappropriately pointing his gun at people while off duty. The news report revealed he has a history of similar encounters. ow.ly/NSu4S

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