(Per the story) Investigators believe Lewis kidnapped his ex-wife from her home in the 60 block of Howeston Mill Drive. He then drove her to his residence at on Old Hickory Boulevard. From there, he took her to the Coca-Cola Bottling Company on North Parkway East where he reportedly stabbed her in the chest. Lewis is believed to have then drove her to Henderson. (Henderson is at least 30 minutes away)Read more »
Constable Andrew Vanderburgh was “harassed and berated” by fellow officers because on Nov. 28, 2009, he arrested and charged an off-duty police constable with impaired driving and having a blood-alcohol level over 80 milligrams, according to an internal police disciplinary ruling. Some officers also allegedly called Vanderburgh a “rat,” Justice Paul Reinhardt wrote in a pre-trial ruling.Read more »
Brighton Police Department denied our request for an interview but issued this statement:We have made internal inquiries and have determined, with confidence, no member of the Brighton Police Department has any relationship with defendant Cleveland other than (official) business. The police department made a response to every call ever received. We have examined the circumstances of the initial presentation of the facts to the DA`s office, and have determined, there was no intentional misrepresentation of the facts. ಠ_ಠRead more »
A Montgomery County police officer who hit and paralyzed a Clarksburg boy with his cruiser received a $185 speeding ticket and is now canvassing neighborhoods that show spikes in crime.
Meanwhile, 14-year-old Luis Jovel Jr. is a quadriplegic with permanent brain damage who needs around-the-clock medical care for the smallest of tasks, including eating and getting dressed.
15-year-old Ashley had no inkling of what was to come on the day in 2005 when she was in Manhattan Family Court on a minor charge."You want to believe everybody's good, everybody wants to help you," she told me last week.Read more »
Prison guard sleeps with 3 inmates, get's a whopping 20 day sentence, plus a near one year paid vacation!Read more »
The actions of an eight-member SWAT team that conducted a Feb. 11 narcotics raid have been deemed appropriate in an internal review, Columbia Police Chief Ken Burton said.
Attorney Jeff Hilbrenner says his client Jonathan Whitworth is disappointed that Chief Ken Burton ruled the entry of eight SWAT members and their actions to be appropriate. Read the blog.Read more »
A Cook County judge today ruled that a Chicago police officer accused of drunk driving in a fatal crash on Thanksgiving 2007 was arrested and detained without probable cause.
Judge Thomas V. Gainer Jr. also called the police lieutenant who ordered Officer John Ardelean's arrest not a credible witness.
"Probable cause to arrest in this case comes down to the credibility of Lt. (John) Magruder and this court does not believe Lt. Magruder's testimony," Gainer wrote in his opinion.Read more »
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