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Posts Tagged ‘police’

Berthoud Police Blotter: January 2016

Berthoud Police Blotter: January 2016

  Provided by James Anderson Patrol Sergeant: Berthoud Squad   Friday, January 1, 2016 Assist to Ft. Collins PD: 300 block of Turner Avenue, a 59-year-old man was taken into custody on Fort Collins Police Services charges. Saturday, January 2 Driving Under the Influence of Drugs: Hwy 287 & CR17, an 18-year-old woman was arrested for Driving while under the influence of drugs (marijuana). Marijuana is legal in the State of Colorado but driving high is ... Full Story

Berthoud Police Blotter: October 2015

            Provided by James Anderson Patrol Sergeant: Berthoud Squad   Thursday, October 1 Identity Theft: 800 block of Holmes Place, a man reported someone used his checking card at various locations in Colorado. Vehicle Trespass/Theft: 300 block of Welch Ave, a resident reported that an unknown person had entered her vehicle and stolen her wallet, Vehicle Crash/Hit & Run: Hwy 287 and CR17, a driver reported being ... Full Story

Berthoud Police Blotter: August 2015

Berthoud Police Blotter: August 2015

Tuesday, August 25Felony Warrant Arrest: 100 block of S 3rd Street, information about an active warrant for a 39-year-old man was confirmed. The man was contacted at his residence and taken into custody.Thursday, August 27Vehicle Accident/Careless Driving: Hwy 287 at Mile Marker 325, a 49-year-old driver was driving southbound when she lost control of her vehicle and drove into a culvert totaling her car.Abandoned Vehicle Tow: Franklin Avenue & 5th Street, abandoned vehicle ... Full Story

Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

Police tase and beat a deaf man unconscious

California police use taser on deaf man trying to communicate with them via sign language (via Raw Story ) Four police officers in Hawthorne, California used a taser on a man who was attempting to tell them that he was deaf via sign language. The Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness is filing a lawsuit on behalf of Jonathan Meister, who was charged with… (more…)

Badge, license to kill

Badge, license to kill

  Why Do Cops Who Shoot Unarmed People Get Their Guns Back? By Kevin Mathews  What happens to police officers who shoot unarmed citizens while on duty? More often than not, nothing. Even in the most egregious examples of misconduct and bad policing, officers are found not guilty in court (if they even stand trial in the first place) and are free to return to duty… re-armed to potentially cause more harm in the future. This pattern is a serious miscarriage of justice. By refusing to ... Full Story

Gun Fail LI

Welcome to Lowe's! How may I shoot you? (P.S. 23 kids accidentally shot last week) GunFAIL L  By David Waldman We have an extraordinarily long list this time around, and it took extra time to compile it and sort through it, which accounts for its late publication. New Year's Eve, like July 4th, is like Black Friday for GunFAIL. Brand-new guns are given as gifts for Christmas (at least one of which went off and shot the gift giver this week), a little extra drinking is going on, the kids are ... Full Story

Amazing Police Stories

Amazing Police Stories

Police Taser 11-Year-Old Autistic Girl Found Wandering Naked on Highway (VIDEO) Posted by Samuel Warde ASHLAND, OR — Drivers witnessed a young child wandering naked along the side of the highway. One driver, Adam Bednar, stopped his car and called police to help. That decision ended up being a painful one for the 11-year-old girl, who suffers from autism. Bednar says that the trooper who arrived called for her to stop, and when she didn’t respond threatened twice to taze her. After giving ... Full Story

More police brutality

More police brutality

    Cops Accused of Invading NV Home, Firing Pepperballs and Assaulting Family  By Kristen Gwynne After a family refused to allow the police to use home as a lookout, the police decided to forcibly take control of the house anyway. A Nevada family has filed a lawsuit claiming that, after denying police requests to use their homes as lookouts, cops forcibly made their way inside anyway, firing pepperballs and eventually arresting them. The family says that police called their son ... Full Story

Police as killers, not protectors

Police as killers, not protectors

It is a shame what many police forces have become. Break into the wrong house and kill innocent people. Kill dogs for no reason. Here are four stories that represent the tip of the iceberg. It also seems that none of the police involved feel any remorse or compassion for their victims or their families. After reading these accounts, you will likely be reluctant to call on the police for help;   Police Officer Shot Man Dead for Peeing, Mother Claims in Court May 28, 2013  | SALT LAKE CITY ... Full Story

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