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National Police Misconduct Daily Recap 09-28-12

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  1. Here are the 10 reports of police misconduct tracked for Friday, September 28, 2012:
    • San Clemente, California: An LAPD officer [Dale Wayne Ziesmer, 48] was charged with threatening a woman with whom he had a relationship. The charges include a felony count of criminal threats. ow.ly/e4OQQ
    • La Grange, Kentucky: A police officer [Shane Mosley] has been charged with using electronic means to induce a minor to engage in sexual or other prohibited activities, official misconduct, and third degree unlawful transaction with a minor; he was sending a juvenile sexually explicit messages. The officer resigned after being charged. ow.ly/e4Ogi
    • Rockford, Illinois: The family of a teenager [Michael Sago Jr.]who was shot and killed has filed a lawsuit against the Sheriff’s Department. The suit claims excessive force and failure to provide basic medical care. The shooting occurred while an officer [Frank Pobjecky] was trying to stop a robbery. However, there is no evidence that they boy even knew the restaurant was going to be robbed before he was shot in the back three times and killed while trying to run. ow.ly/e4MTx
    • Duluth, Minnesota: The police chief said that an officer [Richard Jouppi] is on administrative leave while the department investigates a charge of excessive force against him. He allegedly repeatedly hit a man [Anthony Jackson] in a wheelchair. ow.ly/e4MbM
    • Update: Los Angeles, California: A third officer [Joseph Wolfe, 37] has been charged in the beating death of mentally ill homeless man [Kelly James Thomas]. The charges came as a result of a grand jury indictment. The officer pleaded innocent to one count of involuntary manslaughter and one count of use of excessive force. ow.ly/e4zlI [others already charged are: Manuel Ramos, Jay Patrick Cicinelli]
    • Powell, Wyoming: A former officer [Kirk B. Chapman] is accused of using his position of authority to get a woman to submit to unwanted sexual contact. ow.ly/e4ucB
    • Chicago, Illinois: An officer [Nelson Stewart, a 59-year-old lockup keeper] has been charged with sexual misconduct involving a suspect that was in lockup. The officer allegedly performed oral sex on the suspect, and then told him that he could get him released early from custody if he kept quiet about the incident. ow.ly/e4oh0
    • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: A woman [Naimah Jones, 35] says she lost her pregnancy after police used a stun gun on her 7 times outside her home. She has filed a lawsuit against the city and three officers involved. “There is really no excuse,” said her lawyer. “The city needs to crack down on excessive force by police officers. This case never should have gone to trial.” ow.ly/e4o0c [according to dockets.justia.com, individuals named in the lawsuit are: Philip Sprague, Russel Seiberlich, Chris Manigault]
    • Campbell County, Virginia: A second deputy [Eric Dillon] was charged with providing alcohol to a minor. He is no longer employed at the Sheriff’s office. ow.ly/e4m8a
    • Jasper, Alabama: An officer [Scottie Dewayne Wilkins, 30] has been sentenced to 15 months in prison for soliciting and accepting a $5,000 bribe. The officer had borrowed money from a drug dealer and later sold the same person drugs from confiscated police evidence. “Most police officers work hard every day to protect the citizens and the communities they serve,” said a U.S. attorney. “On the occasion that an officer does violate his oath and the law, we will vigorously pursue prosecution because the citizens of this district are entitled to trust law enforcement.” ow.ly/e37yP
    National Police Misconduct Daily Recap 09-28-12 is a post from PoliceMisconduct.net
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