No racism here at all. Plus they do not lie on police reports, beat innocent people or use their citizen granted powers for evil. WALKER- A high-ranking Walker Police officer has resigned after he was suspended for placing a noose inside the squad room of the department. A meeting to review the officer’s conduct and consider further […]
Go on, keep saying it “It’s just a few bad apples, most of them are good guys”. Keep saying it when time after time it is shown to be otherwise. This is corruption from top to bottom and everywhere in between. When are the people going to figure out that these people are not public […]
LEE COUNTY – A Lee County deputy was fired after an internal investigation revealed he used excessive force and lied on official documents. Deputy Raymond Gallagher was placed under investigation by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office in October. A witness reported to law enforcement that he saw Gallagher use force he didn’t believe looked necessary […]
“JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Three undercover narcotics officers in Florida have been suspended and charged with evidence tampering after authorities say three beer cans were removed from their vehicle the night one of them fatally shot a man during an attempted drug buy.
Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams said during a news conference Thursday that the shooting remains under review, but an attempted robbery that prompted the Feb. 6 shooting of 22-year-old Jerome Keith Allen appeared to have happened, and wasn’t made up. The sheriff identified the officers as Brian Turner, Kyle Kvies and Lance Griffis. It wasn’t clear which one shot Allen.
Williams says no blood tests were conducted after the shooting, because there was initially no evidence of alcohol being involved.”
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Here is this weeks “Heroes in the news”. Looks like the boys and girls in blue have been very, very busy. Instead of “Risking their lives” everyday, they have been “Risking getting caught” everyday. If you enjoyed this compilation, please pass it around and give it some traffic as it is soon to become a […]
“A Florida sheriff’s deputy was arrested this week in connection with a series of bizarre crimes involving an elderly woman, whom he allegedly forced to ingest medication and whose dog he allegedly gave away on Craigslist.
Frankie Eugene Bybee, an 18-year veteran of the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office, was arrested Monday for a host of alleged crimes, including grand theft and attempted murder. The 46-year-old is being held at the county jail on bonds totaling over $1 million.
“His actions are a disgrace, not only to our agency but to law enforcement professionals everywhere,” Sarasota County Sheriff Thomas Knight said at a Monday press conference.
According to the sheriff’s office, the investigation into Bybee began last month, when a 79-year-old woman complained that he was harassing her.
The woman told police she met Bybee in October 2016, when he responded to a call for assistance at her residence and helped transport her to a local hospital. Bybee then allegedly began visiting the woman while on and off duty, and introduced her to several members of his family, authorities said.
A friendship quickly developed and Bybee allegedly agreed to temporarily care for the woman’s dog, a 2-year-old Yorkshire terrier named J.J. The woman told authorities she wrote Bybee a check for $1,000 that was intended to cover grooming and veterinarian fees.”
“When the woman was released from the hospital, Bybee allegedly refused to return her dog.
Interviewed by detectives, Bybee acknowledged taking possession of the dog and said he’d placed an ad on Craigslist and “rehomed” it, according to authorities.
On Jan. 9, investigators allegedly discovered four checks in the woman’s name made out to Bybee and his three children, totaling $65,000. The woman denied writing the checks, and a forensic analysis of the documents allegedly revealed the presence of Bybee’s fingerprints.
The deputy was placed on administrative leave as authorities continued their investigation.
Three days later, on Jan. 12, the woman contacted the sheriff’s office, claiming that Bybee had entered her home wearing dark clothing and blue latex gloves and tried to kill her.
“Bybee mounted the victim and, while holding her down, forced prescription medication in her mouth,” Knight said.”