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TN Sheriff Indicted On 113 Misconduct, Theft, Fraud Charges Recieves No Prison Time


A former Tennessee sheriff charged with 113 counts of misconduct, theft, and fraud entered a guilty plea on Friday avoiding prison time. Gibson County sheriff Chuck Arnold was indicted last December following a probe by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation that was launched in 2014 after current sheriff, Paul Thomas, took office and found missing items and accounting errors. An audit would latter reveal ...

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Mistrial For Albuquerque Cops Charged With Murder Of Homeless Camper


The case against two cops charged in the shooting death of a homeless and mentally ill man, who was alleged to have been illegally camping in Albuquerque’s foothills, has ended in a mistrial. Former Albuquerque police detective Keith Sandy and SWAT Team officer Dominique Perez shot 38-year-old James Boyd, who had been diagnosed with schizophrenia, after a four-hour standoff in the ...

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Cop Charged After Video Shows Him Unloading On Car Full Of Teens


A Chicago cop that was filmed firing into a car full of teenagers in 2013, injuring two of them, has been indicted on federal civil rights charges. U.S. prosecutors said Friday that officer Marco Proano was charged in the two-count indictment handed down in U.S. District Court in Chicago, with two counts of deprivation of rights under color of law. The two-page indictment includes ...

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Orlando Cop Found Guilty Of Battery After Rupturing Man’s Spleen


A former Orlando cop has been found guilty of felony battery for a 2014 incident that resulted in a man enduring a ruptured spleen. An Orange County jury ruled on Wednesday that officer Peter Delio caused great bodily harm to 42-year-old Robert Liese when he kneed him in a holding cell during an incident that was captured on surveillance video. Liese ...

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Police Capitan Sentenced To 5 Years For Embezzling $205K From Taxpayers


An Oregon police captain that was federally indicted for embezzling, stealing and otherwise fraudulently obtaining more than $205,000 in taxpayer money has been sentenced to five years in prison. Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Scott Raymond Beard was is in charge of the department’s detectives division and was placed on paid leave last fall after investigators launched a probe into ...

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Cop Sentenced For Falsifying Search Warrants, Stealing $250K


An Ohio cop that was facing up to 20 years in prison for a decade long scheme to falsify search warrants in order to steal up to $250,000 in cash and property has been sentenced to only 33 months in federal prison. Former Reynoldsburg Police Lt. Shane Mauger agreed to plead guilty to one count each of depriving citizens of civil rights and ...

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Cop That Killed Zachary Hammond Finally Fired One Year Later

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The Seneca, South Carolina police officer that fatally shot 19-year-old Zachary Hammond has finally received internal disciplinary action resulting in his termination one year after the incident. Hammond was shot twice by Lt. Mark Tiller, who claimed the teen drove his car directly at him while he was attempting to make a petty drug arrest in a Hardees parking lot ...

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