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National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 7/10/17

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  1. Here are the nine reports of police misconduct tracked for Monday, July 10, 2017:

    • Fall River, Massachusetts: An officer was arrested for assaulting a female family member and also charged with six counts of improper storage of firearms ow.ly/o0Ws30dtXJW
    • Update: Horry County, South Carolina (First reported 4/6/16): A detective will reject proposed plea deal for sexually assaulting crime victims. ow.ly/Tl0W30dtY9P
    • McClain County, Oklahoma: A deputy was fired after he was arrested for reckless driving. He was caught drag-racing at 128mph while off duty. ow.ly/WUGR30dtYqG
    • Aurora, Illinois: An officer was suspended and charged with electronic harassment for improperly accessing law enforcement database information. ow.ly/x9IO30dtYE9
    • Update: Lorain, Ohio (First reported 11/16/16): The City agreed to pay $35,000 to a suspect that was punched by a police officer at the home of the officer’s ex-girlfriend. The suspect was acquitted of the charges. The officer was suspended for 10 days. ow.ly/vA6330dtYMv
    • Nogales, Arizona: An officer who was arrested for DUI after a crash remains on duty. Critics allege a double-standard in the case’s handling. ow.ly/sfxD30dtZaS
    • Roswell, Georgia: A detective was suspended 30 days for showing up to firearms training course with alcohol in his system. ow.ly/lBL430dtZom
    • Pasco County, Florida: A deputy who also served as an SRO was fired for sending inappropriate sexual messages to students via social media. The prosecutor does not believe those messages constituted a crime, but the now-former deputy will be charged for illegal access of a law enforcement database. ow.ly/pIxJ30dtZxm
    • Albuquerque, New Mexico: An officer was fired after being charged with DUI after a hit-and-run. ow.ly/yns330dtZFK

    National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 7/10/17 is a post from PoliceMisconduct.net

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