REPORT ANY CORRUPTION BY LAW ENFORCEMENT TODAY !!

EMAIL INFORMATION TO:

CLICK HERE TO REPORT LAW ENFORCEMENT CORRUPTION (Provide as much information as possible: full names, descriptions, dates, times, activity, witnesses, etc.)

Telephone: 347-632-9775
Email:
LawEnforcementCorruption@gmail.com

Friday, February 20, 2009

Navajo Nation police officer arrested for DUI

Navajo Nation police officer arrested for DUI
The Arizona Sun - February 20, 2009

A Navajo Nation Police Department officer was arrested in Flagstaff early Wednesday morning on super extreme DUI charges. According to Flagstaff police reports, an officer patrolling along North Fourth Street at about 1:30 a.m. noticed a vehicle traveling through a parking lot. The officer considered it suspicious. When the driver of the vehicle parked the vehicle, the officer illuminated the car and approached. The driver had an odor of intoxicating beverages on his breath. While the driver was performing tests, he mentioned he was a Navajo Nation police officer who worked out of Dilkon, was "screwed" and just wanted to go home. The Flagstaff officer stated that if he were indeed an officer, he should know better than to drive while intoxicated. The driver was taken to the jail and blew into an Intoxilizer. Carlyle Cooke, 26, of Winslow, was subsequently charged with a super extreme DUI, which means a blood-alcohol content above 0.2 percent. The Flagstaff police sergeant on duty called the NPD officer's superior to report the incident. The officer's police belt, duty weapon, police computer and other police property, seized from the vehicle he was driving, were placed into safekeeping. -- Sun staff reports

6 comments:

rosario said...

Great job! This one is an instant classic! I really enjoy this post. Thanks for your info.

Best Attorney

Anonymous said...

What is wrong with our police departments now dyas they are just getting away with all sorts of stuff, Your are suppose to be a role model not a criminal.... way to go that one for the Navajo nation looking bad...

Anonymous said...

I know alot of police who confiscate the alcohol and drink it for themselves, or how some drive while intoxicated. The whole navajo police dept. screwed in an out of how crooked they can be an get away with anything just because their plice officers. Not right.

Anonymous said...

huh, what ashame officer vann all the years that you worked with pinon high school. I remember you leature numourse of students about alcohol and drugs. "WHAT WENT WRONG OFFICER"?

Anonymous said...

....what if someone got arrested by a Navajo Policeman, was degraded by the cop making derogatory remarks about your character to your face, not read your Miranda Rights, then taken to a scene of a shooting? All this, before you were even booked?! I think it happens waaaay more often than we dare to think....

Anonymous said...

Yes,Police Officer you are not above the law,even judges.in the police school they show you how to right compliant and Tribe traffic and criminal code that should not give right and cause problem of your own, yes, it feel weird if on the other of the cage. yes, I like cops but, some cops are not fair they will look through you not your at the problem.it the training staff where it beings how to drunk and drive.I know want to their training. I learned how to do Public Intoxication and DUI.