07-26-2004, 03:00 PM #1
Philadelphia Cop get 4 - 10 years yaaaaaaa!!!!!
I cant find a link yet, it just makes me smle when cops get what they deserve. He was going in to peoples houses and stealing their prescriptions. The best part is he will be on Protective Custody aka Punk City because he is a cop. That means for at least 4 years he will be in a cell 23 hours out of the day.
Man is that great, I love it.
07-26-2004, 03:03 PM #2
Justice prevails! Find that thing I wanna read it. (I remember when I lived in south Jersey and lived in Philly the cops were crooked as Hel*.
07-26-2004, 03:04 PM #3Originally Posted by 1victor
07-26-2004, 03:05 PM #4
07-26-2004, 03:13 PM #5
Heres more typical cop stuff in Philly/Jersey/Delaware
Former State Trooper Accused Of Assaulting Girl
Girl, 10, Says Mother's Boyfriend Sexually Assaulted Her
POSTED: 4:57 pm EDT July 23, 2004
UPDATED: 6:45 pm EDT July 23, 2004
CAMDEN, N.J. -- A former New Jersey state trooper has been arrested, accused of raping a 10-year-old girl.
Police said that Glynn Moore (pictured, left in an exclusive NBC 10 picture), 41, had been on the run since Tuesday with several law enforcement agencies on his tail.
Friday afternoon, Moore and his attorney went to the Camden County Prosecutor's Office and he turned himself in.
Moore has been accused of sexually assaulting his girlfriend's 10-year-old daughter on July 20. NBC 10 News' sources said that the girl called police shortly after the alleged assault.
Ex-Trooper Accused Of Rape
Moore first made headlines five years ago when he and 12 other New Jersey state troopers sued the agency for discrimination. Moore received an undisclosed out-of-court settlement and he resigned last year. He had spent more than 10 years on the force.
Moore has been charged with aggravated sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child. If he is convicted of all charges, he could spend up to 35 years in jail.
Copyright 2004 by NBC10.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
07-26-2004, 03:17 PM #6
Good, fckuing scumbag.
07-26-2004, 03:18 PM #7
he should get the chair for destroying her life, fck that pig
07-26-2004, 03:20 PM #8Originally Posted by dirtdawg
07-26-2004, 03:28 PM #9Originally Posted by Lozgod
07-26-2004, 03:30 PM #10
From what I hear child molesters will get payback in prison.
07-26-2004, 03:30 PM #11
This kids parents shouild be proud.
Teen Charge for Pit Bull Attack
EDGEMOOR, DELAWARE-July 22, 2004 — New Castle County police have arrested an Edgemoor teenager who they say sicced his pit bull on them.
The 16-year-old boy is accused of letting his pit bull terrier out of his apartment so the dog could attack the officers. Police had gone to the address Tuesday at the Paladin Club Apartments to arrest the boy for a burglary at a nearby apartment.
Police had to use a stun gun on the dog when it charged at them. The SPCA took custody of the dog.
The teen has been charged with burglary, theft, resisting arrest and felony use of an animal.
07-26-2004, 03:38 PM #12
The News Isn't All Bad
33 Del. officers have died in line of duty
By ROBIN BROWN
The Delaware State Police trooper killed Sunday on Del. 1 near Milford is the state's 33rd officer to die in the line of duty and the 18th from the state police department.
Cpl. Frances Marie Collender, 39, the last state trooper killed in the line of duty, also died in a crash on Del. 1 in 2001.
Collender had stopped on her way home to Middletown to help two people in a van that had crashed into a guardrail on Del. 1 just north of Odessa when a car that went out of control pinned her against her cruiser.
A Dover native and William Penn High School graduate, Collender was a mother of two. She was the second female trooper to die in the line of duty.
Before Collender's death, the last trooper to die in the line of duty was Sandra Marie Wagner, 28, of Dover, who died after making a U-turn to follow a speeding car in April 1996.
According to News Journal files, Delaware officers who previously died in the line of duty, and their rank, agencies and dates of death:
Howard P. Atwell, patrolman, Wilmington Police Department, June 29, 1926.
John F. Baylis, officer, Wilmington Police Department, Sept. 9, 1863.
Robert H. Bell, corporal, Delaware State Police, Sept. 7, 1993.
Ronald L. Carey, trooper, Delaware State Police, Jan. 5, 1972.
Harry Passmore Cloud, patrolman, Delaware River & Bay Authority, July 2, 1955.
Frances Marie Collender, corporal, Delaware State Police, Feb. 6, 2001.
Thomas P. Conaty Jr., detective, Wilmington Police Department, Dec. 26, 1946.
William P. "Stony" Davis, Superior Court chief bailiff, April 26, 1979.
Mary T. Davis, matron, Wilmington Police Department, May 11, 1924.
Gerard T. Dowd, trooper, Delaware State Police, Sept. 12, 1990.
George W. Emory, trooper, Delaware State Police, June 3, 1972.
James Henry Hill, patrolman, Seaford Police Department, July 10, 1970.
Vincent A. Julia, patrol officer, Delaware River & Bay Authority, Feb. 9, 1996.
William C. Keller, trooper, Delaware State Police, Jan. 22, 1971.
Leroy L. LeKites, corporal, Delaware State Police, Jan. 13, 1950.
Kevin J. Mallon, trooper, Delaware State Police, March 20, 1990.
William F. Mayer, trooper, Delaware State Police, Aug. 8, 1955.
Robert A. Paris, trooper, Delaware State Police, Oct. 17, 1963.
Andrew T. Peterson, officer, Wilmington Police Department, June 27, 1885.
Willard E. Pruitt Jr., patrolman, Wilmington Police Department, July 7, 1944.
David Bruce Pulling, trooper, Delaware State Police, Nov. 18, 1987.
Harold B. Rupert, trooper, Delaware State Police, April 19, 1962.
Francis Ryan, officer, Delaware State Police, Nov. 2, 1922.
Francis T. Schneible, patrolman, Dover Police Department, Dec. 20, 1993.
Paul H. Sherman, trooper, Delaware State Police, Oct. 16, 1945.
Paul John Sweeney, patrolman, New Castle County Police Department, Oct. 20, 1972.
Francis X. Tierney, patrolman, Wilmington Police Department, March 6, 1915.
Sandra Marie Wagner, trooper, Delaware State Police, April 5, 1996
Raymond B. Wilhelm, trooper, Delaware State Police, May 30, 1951.
Milton A. Wimbrow, patrolman, Wilmington Police Department, Dec. 31, 1931.
David C. Yarrington, trooper, Delaware State Police, Jan. 6, 1972.
Thomas L. Zebley, patrolman, Wilmington Police Department, Nov. 13, 1919.
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07-26-2004, 03:39 PM #13
Posting this again for Loz lol
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