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National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 7/3/17

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  1. Here are the ten reports of police misconduct tracked for Monday, July 3, 2017:

    • Update: Baltimore, Maryland (First reported 3/1/17): A now-former detective has agreed to plead guilty to charges related to racketeering, falsifying time cards, theft. The alleged conspiracy involves at least six BPD officers. The formal arraignment is scheduled for July 24. ow.ly/1X4m30dgjx4
    • Kern County, California: A deputy was arrested for domestic violence. ow.ly/auMn30dgkd4
    • Palm Beach County, Florida: A deputy was charged with more than two dozen counts of child pornography possession. ow.ly/rr6O30dgkv3
    • Wyandotte County, Kansas: A now-former deputy was charged with official misconduct, providing false information, unlawful computer access, and forgery. ow.ly/GFLT30dgkPp
    • Update: Palm Beach County, Florida (First reported 12/28/16): A now-former deputy pled guilty to aggravated identity theft and access to device fraud. He used law-enforcement resources to steal identities. ow.ly/BzeE30dgl9B
    • Marlin, Texas: A police captain was arrested by Texas Rangers for sexual assault against an undocumented immigrant woman. ow.ly/7UEr30dglJI
    • Update: Punta Gorda, Florida (First reported 2/22/17): The chief was acquitted of criminal culpability in his supervisory role when one of his officers fatally shot a woman during a civilian training event accident. ow.ly/wnVe30dgm1z
    • Update: Baltimore, Maryland (First reported 11/15/16): A now-former officer pled guilty to sexting teenaged boy who lives in York, Pennsylvania. ow.ly/cv5A30dgmhb
    • Update: Salt River, Arizona (First reported 6/3/16): An officer changed his plea to guilty for sexually abusing a woman in his custody. He reserved the right to withdraw his plea and go to trial if he thinks the sentence is disproportionate. ow.ly/yl6r30dgmpO
    • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: An officer was arrested for domestic abuse by strangulation against his wife, who is also an officer. ow.ly/XAiI30dh92N

    National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 7/3/17 is a post from PoliceMisconduct.net

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