Author Archives: Police State Daily

Woman Dies Serving 30 Day Jail Sentence After Medical Requests Ignored Lawsuit Says

A young Michigan woman serving a 30 day sentence at the Macomb County jail died after guards and medical staff ignored her repeated requests for help, a federal lawsuit says. Thirty-seven-year-old Jennifer Meyers was sent to jail because she was behind on child support and died 12 days latter of sepsis from a virus that left her immobilized inside her cell unable to ...

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Split Verdict For Cop Accussed Of Having Sex With Underage Informant

A former Pennsylvania cop alleged to have had sex with an underage, confidential informant faces only nine months in jail after a jury returned a split verdict on Wednesday. Connellsville police officer Ryan Reese, was accused last year of accepting sexual favors from a girl in exchange for him not filing drug charges against her. She was 15-years-old when she first met the officer during a ...

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Inmate That Impregnated Prison Counselor Claims She Turned Him Into Sex Slave

A Grand Rapids, Michigan man is claiming that a prison counselor he impregnated while incarcerated at Parnall Correctional Facility forced him to be her sex slave. Steven Moerman, 44, was serving time for a drug charge in 2014 when he began receiving counseling for mental illness from Susan Lee Clingerman. According to a lawsuit filed in Jackson County Circuit Court, Moerman says Clingerman, who is ...

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Cops Take Life Savings, Teens’ College Fund After Medical Marijuana Business Raid

In yet another case outlining the absurdity and out right theft involved in civil asset forfeiture cases, a San Diego family is fighting to get it’s life savings back after their legal medical marijuana business was raided by police. According to the Institute for Justice, a joint narcotics task force of at least 30 DEA agents and San Diego police officers busted ...

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Denver Cop Arrested After Body-Cam Records Him Stealing $1200 From Suspect

A Denver police officer has been arrested after he unwittingly filmed himself stealing $1,200 from a suspect with his body camera. Julian Archuleta was taken into custody on a felony charge of suspicion of tampering with physical evidence and misdemeanor first-degree official misconduct and theft charges, according to police documents. He was booked into the Downtown Detention Center on Thursday and has been suspended without ...

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Ammon Bundy, Oregon Occupiers Found Not Guilty Of Federal Gun, Conspiracy Charges

Ammon and Ryan Bundy, along with five co-defendants, have been found not guilty of conspiring to prevent federal employees from doing their jobs through intimidation, threat or force during the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge that began on Jan. 2 and lasted 41 days. Jeff Banta, David Fry and the Bundy brothers were additionally found not guilty of federal gun charges – and Kenneth Medenbach ...

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$100K Settlement After Cops Eat Edibles, Make Fun Of Amputee During Dispensary Raid

The city of Santa Ana, California has agreed to pay $100,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging police harassment after a raid on a marijuana dispensary back in May 2015. Footage of the raid, released by the Sky High Holistic who installed cameras after similar raids in the area, shows officers busting down the door and screaming, “Get down on the fucking ground!” Customers ...

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Police Could Investigate ‘Offensive’ Halloween Costumes At MA University

Students at a Massachusetts University are being threatened with campus police investigations and “serious disciplinary sanctions” if they dare to wear Halloween costumes that could be deemed ‘offensive.’ According to a letter sent to the presidents of fraternities and sororities on campus at Tufts University, “Greek Brothers and Sisters have worn costumes that appropriate cultures and reproduce stereotypes on race, gender, sexuality, immigrant or ...

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Lawsuit: Orlando Cops Arrested Man After Mistaking Donut Glaze For Meth

A Florida man is suing after he said he found himself behind bars when overzealous cops mistook the glaze from a donut as methamphetamine. Daniel Rushing, 64, filed suit in Orange County Circuit Court last week against the city of Orlando and drug-testing manufacturer Safariland Group. He is seeking damages of more than $15,000. Rushing was pulled over at Robinson Street and ...

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