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    PICTURED: Married father-of-two cop who was 'shot and killed by a convicted felon' while on his routine patrol in New Orleans
    • Marcus McNeil, 29, was shot and killed shortly after midnight on Friday on patrol
    • Darren Bridges, 30, is charged with first-degree murder for the death of McNeil
    • The alleged killer was also shot and hid in an apartment building but surrendered after negotiations
    • McNeil spent years teaching young children how to read before becoming a cop
    • He leaves behind a wife named Brittiny and two children, aged 5 and 2


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    Man Shot with Hands Up While Attempting to Give Gun to Cops

    29 year-old Rueben Galindo of Charlotte Mecklenburg, North Carolina, decided to call the police and turn in his gun to them. So he called 911 to attempt to arrange for him to hand his gun over to the police.

    The act of self-pacification turned into the last decision Galindo would ever make.

    According to his wife, Azucena Zamoraro, Galindo had decided that he no longer wanted the firearm to be in his home, so he called 911 with the hope of arranging to have his gun taken from him by the police.

    The 911 dispatcher, upon hearing this request by Galindo, asked him if he had any other guns. He informed her that he had no other guns. After about a 15 minute conversation, during which Galindo informed the police that he had his gun in a bag, the dispatcher decided that the cops would come to his house to retrieve the gun.

    Galindo agreed to having the cops come to his home. He also informed the dispatcher that he had no bullets in his gun. As a matter of fact, he had no bullets for his gun whatsoever. As the minutes went by, while the police were en route, the dispatcher assured Galindo that the police were only going to his home to help him.

    At one point in the call there was some confusion, as the dispatcher appeared to tell Galindo to leave the weapon. The dispatcher most likely meant for Galindo to leave the weapon in the home when he greeted the police, but clearly, Galindo did not understand what she meant. He appeared to have understood that he should leave the weapon with the police, which is what he wanted to do the whole time.

     
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    Man awarded $37,500 after being arrested in Florida by cops who mistook his leftover Krispy Kreme doughnut glaze for crystal meth
    • Daniel Rushing, 65, sued the city of Orlando and the manufacturer of the drug kit that incorrectly identified leftover Krispy Kreme doughnut glaze as crystal meth
    • The December 2015 ordeal led to his arrest; he was later cleared of the charges
    • He received $37,500 via a settlement with the city this week
    • Rushing still treats himself to a Krispy Kreme every two weeks despite the ordeal


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    Whataburger worker is fired for refusing to serve police officers in the middle of the night after 'falsely claiming that cops beat up her boyfriend'
    • Two officers went to a Whataburger in Denison, Texas in early hours of Saturday
    • They were refused service by an employee who allegedly cursed them out
    • The store's manager allegedly did nothing to alleviate the situation
    • The employee claimed her boyfriend was beaten by cops; police reviewed video of the alleged incident and say she is lying
    • The employee, who has not been identified, was fired


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    Chief deputy US Marshal 'had sex with multiple women in his office in exchange for prime parking spots outside his office'
    • A chief deputy United States Marshall was gifting prime parking spots outside his office building to multiple women that he was having sexual affairs with
    • The Justice Department Office of the Inspector General (OIG) launched an investigation after receiving a tip detailing the unnamed marshal's behavior
    • He had been 'engaging in sexual activity with numerous different women within government space,' the report said
    • It was also found that the marshal drove his dog in his government official vehicle, a direct violation to United State Marshal Services policy


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    White cop who shot dead his daughter's black boyfriend is convicted of first-degree manslaughter on FOURTH time of asking after three mistrials and gets 15 years behind bars
    • Shannon Kepler was convicted of first-degree manslaughter on Wednesday
    • The ex-cop was on trial for the fourth time for the 2014 fatal shooting of his daughter's black boyfriend, Jeremy Lake, 19
    • Kepler was off-duty when he shot Lake and told investigators he fired because he thought the teen had a gun
    • But police found no gun on Lake or at the scene of the fatal shooting
    • Kepler said he was trying to protect his daughter, Lisa Kepler, because she was living in a crime-ridden neighborhood
    • Jurors in Kepler's previous three trials deadlocked 11-1, 10-2 and 6-6, forcing the judge to declare mistrials


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    More than a dozen male police officers under investigation for taking nude pictures of themselves inside Oregon courthouse for spoof birthday calendar
    • Sheriff deputies in Oregon are being investigated for taking nude pictures of themselves at a courthouse
    • Clackamas County Sheriff's Office is looking into the incident which is said to involve more than a dozen officers
    • The officers allegedly involved were taking pictures for a calendar they wanted to give to a retiring colleague
    • Clackamas County sheriff's supervisor Capt. Dave O'Shaughnessy has been placed on paid administrative leave
    • The department was made aware of the incident after an anonymous letter was sent to Sheriff Craig Roberts
    • The calendar was given to the retiring officer following the end of his retirement party


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    White Ohio police officer is finally fired after subjecting a black driver to a brutal three-minute beating during a traffic stop
    • White police officer Michael Amiott is seen on camera repeatedly punching a black man over three minutes
    • He was initially suspended for 15 days and then a further 45 but has now been fired for use of excessive force, insubordination, unbecoming conduct
    • Dash cam video shows Amiott wrestling 25-year-old Richard Hubbard III
    • Hubbard can be heard asking his girlfriend to record the incident on her phone: 'Babe record this. Look, they're punching me,' he pleads to her


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    Accused New Orleans cop killer halts jury selection by rubbing FECES on his face, head and mouth after pleading not guilty by reason of insanity
    • Officer Daryle Holloway was shot after arresting Travis Boys for a gun crime
    • Travis Boys, 35, has pleaded not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity
    • On Wednesday Boys pulled a napkin out of his suit and opened it to reveal feces
    • He rubbed it into his face during jury selection, causing proceedings to stop
    • The jury that saw it was dismissed and a competency hearing has been called
    • His lawyers have previously said he is not mentally competent to stand trial
    • Holloway died in June 2015 as Boys allegedly escaped from the back of his car


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    Beyond the call of duty: Heartwarming moment a 91-year-old woman breaks down when Florida police officers pay for her groceries after having her wallet stolen while food shopping
    • Marie Morgan, 91, had her wallet stolen while at a Publix supermarket
    • Officer Junelle Jumelles paid for the woman's groceries without her knowing
    • A few days later Officer Jumelles and a colleague then delivered a $60 Publix gift card to the woman's Boynton Beach home
    • Morgan was overcome with emotion and said 'these are the two nicest people I've ever met in my life and I'm not that young'


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    The system is so broke I doubt it can be fixed, how pathetic has law enforcement become
     
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    Look at How Cops Act When They Forget They're Being Recorded
     
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    Two NYPD drugs cops are charged with raping 18-year-old woman in the back of a police van while she was in HANDCUFFS after being arrested for smoking pot
    • Two NYPD cops have been indicted on first-degree rape charges after allegedly having sex with a handcuffed 18-year-old girl inside a police van last month
    • She says one NYPD detective raped her and another forced her to perform oral sex after she was caught smoking pot in Coney Island
    • The detectives, Richard Hall and Eddie Martins from the NYPD's Brooklyn South narcotics squad, did not deny the sexual acts but claimed they were consensual
    • The young woman sought help from NYU Langone Hospital, in New York, after the incident


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    Philly judge tosses murder conviction, says detective fabricated evidence
    Updated: November 3, 2017 — 5:12 PM EDT



    by Mensah M. Dean, Staff Writer @mensahdean | Mail icon deanm@phillynews.com


    A Philadelphia judge on Friday threw out a murder conviction and sentence of a man who has been behind bars since 2008, ruling that the homicide detective who arrested him fabricated evidence and provided trial testimony that was so prejudicial it should have resulted in a mistrial.

    The ruling by Common Pleas Court Judge M. Teresa Sarmina was the answered prayer that Dwayne Thorpe, 34, and his family had been seeking for years, while it was the latest blow to Detective James Pitts, who for years has been accused in lawsuits, court filings, and police Internal Affairs reports of using heavy-handed interrogation methods to coerce statements from suspects and witnesses.

    The Inquirer and Daily News reported earlier this week that the city paid $750,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by a West Philadelphia man named Nafis Pinkney whom a jury acquitted of a 2009 double murder to which Pitts and his partner had coerced Pinkney to confess to committing.

    During his 2013 trial, Pinkney testified that he signed a false confession statement after a 24-hour interrogation session during which the detectives assaulted him. Another man has since confessed to committing the slayings, but has yet to be charged.

    Pitts, who did not attend Friday's hearing, joined the Police Department in 1989 and was promoted to the Homicide Unit in 2006. In seven lawsuits in which he was a defendant, the city has paid or been ordered to pay plaintiffs more than $2.5 million, according to court and city records.

    City payroll records show that Pitts last year was paid $177,671, including $97,034 in overtime.

    Attempts to reach police officials for comment on the ruling were not successful.

    Thorpe’s mother, Michelle Evans, reacted with a combination of shock and joy to the judge’s ruling Friday.

    “I’m just dumbfounded,” she said. “I don’t know how I feel. I’m just glad that the judge saw through Detective Pitts’ manipulation. He seems to have a record of destroying lives and families, forcing statements and manipulating cases. He should be off the force for being a crooked cop. Now my son has a chance at a fair trial.”

    Sarmina’s ruling, which followed a Post Conviction Relief Act hearing that took place over four days in June, gives the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 30 days to decide whether to appeal. Meanwhile, Thorpe remains behind bars. The office could decide not to retry the case, a decision that likely would be made by the winner of next week’s district attorney election. Office spokesman Cameron Kline declined to comment, saying the judge’s formal order had not yet been released.

    Attorney Todd Mosser, who represents Thorpe, said that his client was nowhere near the July 4, 2008, murder for which he was convicted, and that he’d find it hard to believe that the District Attorney’s Office would stand by the tainted detective.

    “I would hope they wouldn’t appeal,” Mosser said. “I would hope they wouldn’t continue to defend this detective. If they don’t appeal, or if we’re successful in the appeal, he’ll get a new trial. And quite frankly, given the sheer volume of cases involving this detective, I think it’s pretty obvious there’s a problem here.”

    Mosser said the path to Friday’s ruling began when he read a November 2013 Daily News article that examined the cases of three people whom Pitts and his partner had arrested on murder charges but who ultimately were exonerated. “I added to that by finding 10 people who testified to their experiences with Pitts,” Mosser said Friday.

    The judge heard testimony from eight of those people in June and had written testimony from two others. They corroborated Thorpe’s claims against Pitts, Mosser said.

    “Ten witnesses who have no relation to each other [except two] all say the same thing — that Det. Pitts uses force, bullying, threats, and coercion to attempt to secure statements from people. It strains credulity to accept the notion that all ten witnesses fabricated allegations that in large part are consistent with each other and tell the same story about this detective,” Mosser wrote in a brief to the court after the June hearing.

    Thorpe was convicted of the July 4, 2008, shooting death of Hamin Span in the 2000 block of Elkhart Street in Kensington. The gunman, described by witnesses as about 18 years old, used his right hand to fire a handgun at the fleeing Span. Thorpe, who was 25 at the time, has a stocky build, is left-handed, and was more than a mile away attending a block party hosted by his family in the 800 block of North 10th Street in North Philadelphia, according to four relatives’ testimony.

    Thorpe became a suspect in Span’s slaying when the victim’s brother, who witnessed the shooting, told police the gunman ran into an apartment in the 3000 block of Frankford Avenue. After finding a picture of Thorpe posing with another male in the apartment, they interviewed the apartment owner’s boyfriend, Allen Chamberlain, a close friend of Thorpe’s.

    Although Chamberlain knew nothing of the murder, Mosser said, when he was taken downtown for questioning, Pitts threatened to arrest him, said he would take his young son away, and punched him in the face and stomach. The interrogation resulted in Chamberlain signing a statement implicating Thorpe as the gunman. At Thorpe’s trial, Chamberlain disavowed his statement.

    “He was very forceful with me in his insistence that he never said what Pitts said he said,” Mosser said of Chamberlain.

    Sarmina ruled that the testimony of those who recounted Pitts’ misconduct was newly discovered evidence, Mosser said. She ruled that Thorpe had ineffective counsel during his 2009 trial because his attorney failed to seek a mistrial when Pitts testified about drugs and guns that had nothing to do with the case, and because Pitts testified that Thorpe had a prior arrest record, which should not have been mentioned in front of the jury.

    If a new trial takes place, the judge ruled, city prosecutors would not be allowed to mention guns and drugs, or Thorpe’s prior arrest, or to use the statement Pitts took from Chamberlain, which the jury heard despite his recantation.

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    Advice from a Veteran Cop to ROOKIES!
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    Embarrassing Police Academy Story | OFF THE CUFF CLIP: EPISODE 9
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    Mike shares an embarrassing police academy story and in the FULL EPISODE: Dave discusses any differences between Army basic training and his police academy experience. Of course there's randomness and whiskey in between.

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    I ordered up a patrol series build from Agency Arms recently ( http://www.http://www.agencyarms.com/ ) and while they did not ask if I would make a video about the build, I did ask their permission to do so and include their product and found the entire experience with the company to be an awesome one.

    In this video I discuss what modifications were done to upgrade a stock model Glock 17 (Gen 3) and take it to the range for the first time. Can't wait to acclimate and do some moving exercises more than just target plinking. Definitely have to work on that shot anticipation.

    ALSO: In rewatching my own video I got a little bored, honestly. I should have gotten to the point sooner or spoken more succinctly but I wanted to get fresh content to you guys more than I wanted to remake the explanation part of the video. It is what it is.
     
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    Baltimore van driver is found NOT GUILTY of all 21 administrative charges after he 'failed to buckle Freddie Gray into a seatbelt, get him medical attention and lied about the chain of events after the arrest'
    • Panel found Baltimore Caesar Goodson not guilty on 21 administrative charges
    • The officer was transporting Freddie Gray, who was arrested in April 2015
    • Gray was put in the back of the van with his arms handcuffed & legs in shackles
    • The 25-year-old was also left unrestrained in the back of van as Goodson drove
    • Gray, 25, died a week later of a spinal cord injury he suffered during the van ride
    • His death prompted civil unrest among people expressing outrage at the treatment of African-Americans by police in Baltimore's inner city
    • None of the six officers charged criminally for their roles in Gray's arrest were convicted; the charges against them were dropped last year


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    Shocking bodycam video appears to show officers PLANT cocaine in a black suspect's wallet during an arrest
    • LAPD bodycam footage appears to show a cop plant cocaine on a black suspect
    • The video was taken when Ronald Shields was pulled over and arrested in April
    • It seems to show a cop, identified as Officer Gaxiola, find the drugs
    • He then motions to Officer Samuel Lee, and then seems to place the drugs in Shields' wallet
    • The video was obtained by CBS and aired Thursday, prompting an internal investigation


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    How does Army Basic Training compare to Police Academy or in general how does military life compare to law enforcement life. Dave fields user submitted questions in this clip of the Off the Cuff Podcast.

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