He “received a 360-day jail sentence, with all but 30 days suspended, for the misdemeanor charge through a plea agreement that reduced the original charge of felony use of an electronic device to meet a minor. He sent two inappropriate text messages to a 15-year-old Strasburg girl Oct. 27, while he was a police officer.”

Trenton Booker, 13, was pronounced dead at 1:41 a.m.

$2M bail set for Chicago pig Richard Bolling, 39, charged in hit-run death of boy

Bail was set at $2 million for a Chicago police officer charged in a drunken driving crash that killed a 13-year-old bicyclist, but the brief court hearing started about an hour before it was scheduled, the teen’s angry family said.

“It’s scheduled for 12 and it’s not even 12,” Morris Upton, who identified himself as the grandfather of the boy — Trenton Booker — said about 11:45 a.m. outside the Cook County criminal courts building at 26th and California.

The woman told police she was “bawling her eyes out” because her registration was expired and she did not want to get in trouble. She said Valentin told her “stop crying and don’t worry, you are not going to get in trouble. Just do what I say.”

Once they were inside her house, the woman said Valentin told her to remove her clothes and then coerced her into having sex, according to police.

She also told police that she felt like an idiot, but was “scared of going to jail” and at one point in the encounter asked Valentin what was going on.

Visiting State District Judge Frank C. Price pronounced the sentence in Galveston’s 212th District Court.

John P. White, was off duty in January of last year, when he crashed his pickup into the rear of a compact car driven by Leticia Lynn Ortiz.  She died as the result of the crash.

White’s blood alcohol level was .14, nearly twice the legal limit of .08.

Proper attire for 2 rapist cops

Proper attire for 2 rapist cops

Creston IA officers each get 25 years in rape case

Two former Creston police officers convicted for their roles in the rape of a country club bartender were each sentenced Wednesday to 25 years in prison.

A jury of nine women and three men in Sioux City found James Christensen, the city’s former police chief, and John Sickels, the former assistant chief, guilty in March of second-degree sexual abuse. Prosecutors contended that Sickels, 39, raped the woman at the Crestmoor Country Club on April 18, 2008, after the club had closed. Prosecutors alleged that Christensen, 41, stroked the woman’s hair and tried to quiet her during the incident.

From Stop The Drug War.org

Phillips, 38, sent her boyfriend away, searched her car and directed her to a remote parking area where he fondled her and took cell phone photos of her genitals, officials said.

He pleaded guilty of a civil rights violation and obstruction of justice.

David Seaton, murdering pig

David Seaton, murdering pig

A San Antonio police officer who sped through a stoplight last November, killing a colleague and injuring a motorist, pleaded no contest Thursday to manslaughter and aggravated assault charges.

As a result of the plea agreement, 43-year-old David Seaton agreed to surrender his peace officer’s license and faces a 10-year prison sentence.

It’s now up to state District Judge Sid Harle to determine whether Seaton will spend that time in prison or be placed on probation.

Allan Wayne Schaeffer,

Allan Wayne Schaeffer,

St. John Parish LA deputy charged with rape pleads guilty to reduced charges, gets PROBATION.

A 16-year veteran of the St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office will serve no jail time under a plea agreement with the Louisiana State Attorney General’s Office, authorities said.

Allan Wayne Schaeffer, 48, of LaPlace, pleaded guilty to second degree battery and malfeascence in office on Friday and received five years probation on each count.

Schaeffer, a former lieutenant with the sheriff’s office, had been charged with aggravated rape, second-degree battery and attempted sexual battery. He was fired from the Sheriff’s Office in October 2008 after a State Police investigation, which stemmed from a domestic dispute complaint filed by a former girlfriend.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — A trial jury in Memphis has convicted a former sheriff’s deputy of second-degree murder.

Former sheriff’s sergeant Chris Jones was convicted of fatally shooting an employee of the Windjammer Restaurant at Memphis during a barroom fight last year. Jones was off-duty and out of uniform at the time.

He resigned from the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department after he was charged with killing Windjammer employee Donald Munsey.

The jury returned its verdict Friday afternoon. Other people were involved in the fight and Jones was also convicted of attempted murder and attempted manslaughter.

He faces 15 to 25 years in prison.

Authorities were told of an incestuous relationship between Donald Medsker and his half sister years before prosecutors charged the 46-year-old Fort Wayne man with crimes that could put him in prison for the rest of his life.

Medsker – who is in Allen County Jail, with no bond, awaiting a September trial on charges of incest and soliciting a minor – is accused of fathering seven children over the course of nearly two decades with his now 31-year-old half sister.

(AP) — OREGON CITY, Ore. – A Clackamas County judge ordered a 30-day jail sentence for a man who admitted supplying steroids to a Canby police officer.

Judge Douglas Van Dyk also told Brian Jackson not to use or possess any steroids or human growth hormone, nor any alcohol or drugs and to pay a $107 fine. Jackson, who shares the name but is not the former Knappa High and Oregon State basketball star, must also avoid contact with the accused officer, Jason Deason, who resigned from the force last summer during an FBI investigation.


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