WI Open-Carry: "disorderly conduct"/NOPD: 3yrs for murdercoverup/Cop, 2 Disp'rs faked Crime Scene to Reunite Lovers

+ jailer sex w/ inmate = $25 fine.

thetruthaboutguns.com/2010/09/robert-farago/police-to-charge

Police to Charge Wisconsin [Open] Carry with Disorderly Conduct
Posted on September 22, 2010 by Robert Farago


“Madison police said Wednesday they will rescind obstructing citations wrongly issued to two of five [members of Wisconsin Carry] who were openly carrying firearms while eating at a Culver’s restaurant,” madison.com reports. ”and instead cite all five men for disorderly conduct.” Huh? “All five men, who are members of the gun-rights group Wisconsin Carry, would be cited for disorderly conduct because the caller, a 62-year-old woman, along with a second patron interviewed this week told police they were disturbed by the armed men.” Huh X2? If someone thinks you’re a danger, you’re disorderly? Let’s just check that statute shall we?


Whoever, in a public or private place, engages in violent, abusive, indecent, profane, boisterous, unreasonably loud or otherwise disorderly conduct under circumstances in which the conduct tends to cause or provoke a disturbance is guilty of a Class B misdemeanor.

[Click here to download the entire statute.] It seems the Police Chief thinks it’s enough to satisfy the last part of the law.

Chief Noble Wray admitted police erred in issuing citations for obstructing officers to the two men who refused to identify themselves to officers sent to the restaurant near East Towne Mall on Saturday after a patron called 911 because she was concerned about the armed men and feared something ‘horrible’ could happen.”

Yes, well, what of the FIRST part of the statute? All accounts of the incident report that the members of Wisconsin Carry acted in a quiet, dignified fashion; before, during and after their arrest. This will not end well for Chief Wray or the City of Madison.

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carlosmiller.com/2010/09/22/federal-court-cases-alleging-pol

Federal court cases alleging police abuse increased 25 percent since 9/11

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www.foxnews.com/us/2010/09/22/ex-new-orleans-police-officer-

Ex-New Orleans police officer sentenced to 3 years in prison in post-Katrina bridge shooting

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articles.orlandosentinel.com/2010-09-21/news/os-shooting-lak

Child who shot brother found Lakeland cop's gun in bag
911 call released
Officer Rawn Haynes identified as Lakeland cop whose firearm was used in the accidental shooting.

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g/f revved engine at him, he shoots

www.myfoxmemphis.com/dpp/news/091710-chancy-jones-sentenced-

Chancy Jones Sentenced to 24 Years

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www.foxnews.com/us/2010/09/21/crime-scene-ruse-love-ends-pol


Cop, Two Dispatchers Fired for Faking Crime Scene in Effort to Reunite Lovers
By Joshua Rhett Miller

Published September 21, 2010
| FoxNews.com
Print Email Share Comments (1) Text Size A Florida police officer and two dispatchers have been fired for faking a report of a possible crime in an effort to reunite the cop with his former lover, police officials say.

Jason Moore, a 26-year-old former officer with the Fort Myers Police Department, was fired earlier this month along with dispatchers Joeleen Jeffery and Michael Grimmett after an internal affairs investigation revealed they faked a report of a suspicious person at a mall, police spokeswoman Shelly Flynn told FoxNews.com.

Flynn said Moore, who had been on the force for three years, requested the fake call in order to reunite with his former girlfriend, Officer Chelsea Berden, who remains with the force.

Moore, who was off-duty at the time, indicated to his sergeant that he and Berden had parted ways, and responding to a fake call would be the only way he could meet with her and try to reconcile the relationship, Flynn said.

She said Jeffery and Grimmett agreed to cooperate in the plot, but they sent the call not only to Berden's unit but to others, and four officers responded quickly.

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"Officer Moore apologized for his actions and stated that he was in love with Officer Berden and just wanted to talk to her," an internal police report read.

Grimmett was also accused of creating a description of a fake suspect -- a black male wearing jeans and a T-shirt, looking into car windows at the Edison Mall's parking lot.

Flynn said he had three prior disciplinary actions noted on his record, including failure to conduct a vehicle inspection and failure to obey the command of a supervisor.

Fort Myers Police Chief Doug Baker, in a statement, said the force will not participate in any interviews concerning the incident "to avoid any further embarrassment to the employee involved."

Moore told FoxNews.com late Tuesday afternoon that he had dated Berden for five months prior to the incident and intended to propose to her that evening. They have not reconciled, the former Army paratrooper said.

"She won't talk to me," Moore told FoxNews.com. "I made a mistake, yes I did. But I think it was overreacting [by police officials]."

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www.examiner.com/crime-in-norfolk/local-jailer-convicted-of-

Local jailer convicted of sex with inmate, fined $25
September 22nd, 2010 2:36 pm ET.
Letica Dina Stagg
Photo: Handout Photo
On Tuesday, Letica Dina Stagg, 41, a former Virginia Peninsula Regional Jail correctional officer was convicted of one count of having sex with an inmate, which is a felony. However, at the suggestion of Williamsburg- James City County Commonwealth's Attorney Nate Green, the same jury imposed only a $25 fine.

The former guard could have received a prison sentence of up to five years.

Stagg, who began working as a guard at the jail in 2004, resigned in September 2009 after it was alleged that she had sex with inmate, Tarik Watson, 33.

Stagg initially admitted to the relationship, but then claimed that she had been forced into the confession.

During the trial, a prison official testified that Watson made over 230 phone calls to Stagg within a two-month period in which the two discussed their sexual relationship in graphic detail.

While Stagg maintained her innocence during Tuesday’s proceedings, she admitted that she and Watson had a previous relationship while the two attended Thomas Nelson Community College.

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www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/2010/09/22/2010-09-22_250g_deal


Transit beggar gets $250G in deal with city after claiming brutality during subway bust

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