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National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 12-14-12

Discussion in 'Police Misconduct' started by CATO Police Misconduct, Dec 18, 2012.

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  1. Here are the 7 reports of police misconduct tracked for Friday, December 14, 2012:
    • Update: Washington Township, New Jersey: An officer [Joseph DiBuonaventura] is facing 13 criminal charges in connection to an arrest. The charges include official misconduct, submitting a false report, harassment, tampering with public records, and more. He has been suspended without pay per the ruling of an official hearing.
    • West Pittston, Pennsylvania: A state police trooper [Carrie Ann Gula, 34] was charged with falsely filing a report claiming she was assaulted [at the Exeter residence of Eric Thomas]. She was arraigned by a district judge on three counts of false reports to law enforcement, among other charges.
    • Wicomico County, Maryland: A deputy [Kendall Elmer West, 44] has been charged with using his position as a school resource officer to allegedly sexually abuse a student.
    • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: An officer [Frank A. Caligiuri, Jr., 42, 916 Chestnut Ridge Drive in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15205]has been sentenced to two years probation, four months of home confinement, ordered to pay $14,000 and must execute 100 hours of community service. He was convicted of mail fraud.
    • Mobile, Alabama: An officer [Cpl. Lyvanh Rasavong, 42] was arrested on charges of drug trafficking has resigned. He was caught delivering more than 3 pounds of high-grade marijuana by other deputies.
    • Santa Fe, New Mexico: Seven women, including two former officers, a judge, and an officer’s wife, are suing the police department and the chief [Ray Rael], claiming he knew about harassment and did nothing. It was filed against a now-former officer [Michael Eiskant], and the complaints go back a decade.
    • Update: Des Moines, Iowa: A federal judge sentenced an officer [Mersed Dautovic] to 20 months in prison for his use of excessive force during a traffic stop. According to reports, the officer severely beat a man with a police baton. [former officer John Mailander already charged and pleaded guilty in the case]
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