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Drunk DC 20 yr. veteran cop opens fire on transgender people, rams with car

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by Black Smoke Trail, Aug 30, 2011.


  1. This guy is gonna have some "explaining" to do....:shocked:

    This is what 911 is for....

    The rest is just crazy:

    As always, let the "facts" play out..It is what it is...:dunno:
     
  2. :shocked: and :wow:

    Now what "exactly" are we taking about...:rofl::rofl:

    Try explaining this one to the Mrs....."Honey, you're not gonna believe this, but I was on patrol when......." :rofl: You can't make this stuff up....
     
  3. mikegun

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    Officer furr sounds like good DC Police Chief material...of course only if and after he is cleared of the charges.....very pro active Officer..does not hesitate to take off duty action..
     
  4. Black Smoke Trail

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    Pretty good shootin' for blowing nearly double the legal limit for being intoxicated to boot.
     
  5. Black Smoke Trail

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    Sooooooooooooo........................................as it turns out, this cop was state police officer of the year in the Santa Fe district in 2010. :supergrin:

    It looks like his supervisory leadership has rolled up the newspaper REALLY tight and "whacked his pee pee" placing him on administrative leave. :rofl:

    State police spokesman Tim Johnson said: "While the case is a black eye for the department, Johnson said he wanted the public to remember that hundreds of state police officers go to work "every single day and make sound decisions to protect and serve their communities."

    I guess that must be Public Affairs "speak" for the rest of the state police officers use the back seat or a hotel room??? :supergrin:

    It was a funny story anyhow.

    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/storie...ME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2011-09-01-12-44-38
     
    Last edited: Sep 1, 2011