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National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 02-09-13 to 02-11-13

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  1. Here are the 9 reports of police misconduct tracked for Saturday, February 09 to Monday, February 11, 2013:
    • Auburn, Washington: A police officer [not named] is under investigation for allegedly groping a pregnant, handcuffed woman [Hannah Thompson]. Another police department is now conducting a criminal investigation.
    • Orlando, Florida: A veteran officer [Danny Sidders], who was jailed twice last year on allegations of domestic violence, has been fired. He violated two department policies.
    • Springdale, Pennsylvania: A police officer [Mark Thom] is facing federal charges after he allegedly punched and used a taser on a man who was in handcuffs.
    • Nashville, Tennessee: A police officer [Phillip Shuler, 52] was decommissioned after an investigation into his use of force during the arrest of a woman [Natasha Holland, 31] suspected of driving under the influence. He had been an officer for 23 years at the time of the incident.
    • Orange County, California: A sheriff’s deputy [David Lloyd Cass, 38] was arrested and charged with accepting bribes, including some connected to businesses, from a murderer inmate [Stephenson Choi Kim]. He faces a maximum sentence of four years and eight months in state prison if he is convicted on all counts. [Kim's wife: Ha Nguyen]
    • Los Angeles, California: A mother and daughter [Emma Hernandez, 71, and Margie Carranza, 47] who were mistakenly shot by police hunting for a rampage suspect had no warning before bullets started whizzing through their newspaper-delivery truck, their lawyer said. “They still have to give the guy an opportunity to surrender. You can’t just execute him,” the lawyer said. The LAPD had no comment.
    • Yardville, New Jersey: A corrections officer [Jermel Brown] who helped smuggle contraband into a prisoner is now in prison for 30 months.
    • Update: Pasadena, California: A detective [William Broghamer] will be placed on administrative leave after a judge declared a mistrial in a homicide case because of the detective’s mishandling of evidence.
    • East Chicago, Illinois: An 18-year veteran [Robert Aponte, 42] was indicted on 12 fraud charges relating to an alleged ghost payrolling scheme, federal court records state. “It is never good to see a police officer’s name on a federal indictment,” said the police chief.
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