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National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 10-03-12

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  1. Here are the 7 reports of police misconduct tracked for Wednesday, October 3, 2012:
    • Broward, Florida: A deputy [Mathew Eisenberg, 39] is being accused of punching a handcuffed homeless man while he sat in the back of a patrol car. He was charged with battery, official misconduct and falsifying official reports.
    • Long Beach, California: A police officer [Brandon Preciado, 30] was convicted of more than a dozen felonies for assaulting his wife. He faces 20 years in state prison, and is currently being held, without bail, and was removed from payroll.
    • Pueblo County, Colorado: A sheriff’s deputy [Scott Alire, 42] has been accused of holding a woman against her will at gunpoint. The deputy reportedly took the victim captive in her home after she returned from an errand. When she entered, he appeared from around a corner and pointed a handgun at her head, according to the affidavit. “Get down on the ground or I am going to kill you,” he reportedly told the victim. He has been placed on administrative leave.
    • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: An officer [not identified] is under investigation for rape allegations. He has been accused of raping an unconscious woman in the back of his marked policed case. [Also: Investigators say Sgt. Chanta Herder was off-duty when she crashed into another car on the 7900 block of Verree Road in Northeast Philadelphia. She blew over the legal limit when given a breathalyzer test.]
    • Detroit, Michigan: The Mayor suspended Police Chief Ralph Godbee, after a subordinate [Angelica Robinson] claimed the two had engaged in a sexual relationship for about a year. Godbee was suspended for 30 days “pending a full and thorough investigation of the matter.”
    • Lebanon, Pennsylvania: An officer [Andy Harner] was recently fired for violating department policy. Citing the city’s employee confidentiality policy, the police chief would not provide details on the reasons for the officer’s dismissal.
    • McCook, Nebraska: An officer [Donald L. Smith Jr] was fired for incompetence pertaining to duties, acts unbecoming, and absence from duty without leave. The termination stemmed from what his supervisors referred to as a noted decline in performance combined with several alcohol related incidents and came after multiple administrative actions were taken.
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