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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Police Detective Pleads Guilty to Computer Hacking

The 20-year veteran law enforcement officer snooped on his own co-workers, hacked into numerous email accounts, and improperly accessed federal databases to obtain information. It was reported that 43 personal emails accounts, and as many as 30 individuals- 21 being officers- were involved. 

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Police Chief Arrested on Federal Witness-Tampering Charges

Bizarre, but true.  A long-time police chief was charged in a criminal complaint of trying to block the acting police chief from cooperating with the FBI in a police corruption investigation.

Monday, November 18, 2013

Ex-FBI Agent Pleads Guilty to Media Leak

A 25-year veteran of the FBI has been sentenced to over three years in prison for possessing and disclosing secret information provided to the Associated Press for a story about U.S. activity in Yemen.

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Brotherly Corruption Gets Judge to Dismiss 53 Convictions

FBI agents say  a 22-year police force veteran, Jeffrey Walker, conspired with a federal informant to rob drug dealers, and dozens of false arrests are alleged to have followed.

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Number of False Arrest Victims May Hit 80

Two officers, Andrew Collins and Bernard Hall, served time in federal prison for planting drugs on innocent citizens.  Former-cop Collins was sentenced to three years for possession of crack cocaine, and former-officer Hall served 30 months for conspiracy to violate civil rights.  And the fallout continues…..

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Cop Charged With Corruption of Minor

Charges say cop provided alcohol and porn, and engaged in sex

State police say officer Robert Shubeck has been arrested for giving alcohol to a 17-year-old boy during their inappropriate sexual relationship.  It was reported that the boy had expressed to Shubeck his interest in becoming a police officer.