National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 5/11/17

Here are the eight reports of police misconduct tracked for Thursday, May 11, 2017:

  • Solon, Ohio: An officer was charged with disorderly conduct and misdemeanor domestic violence.
  • Update: Wayne County, Michigan (First reported 11/17/16): A sergeant pled guilty to molesting child under 13 multiple times over the course of six years. He was sentenced to 3.5-15 years in prison.
  • Cape May County, New Jersey: A sergeant was indicted for the off-duty sexual assault of a subordinate officer. He rejected a plea deal that would have spared him jail time.
  • Hackensack, New Jersey: Six narcotics unit detectives—a majority of the unit—was suspended amid an internal investigation.
  • Update: Lynchburg, Virginia (First reported 8/23/16): A now-former officer was sentenced to a month in jail after he was found guilty of his second DUI.
  • Ville Platte, Louisiana: The City’s deputy marshal was arrested for promotion of prostitution.
  • Manatee County, Florida: A deputy was named in an FBI civil rights complaint filed by the NAACP. The deputy falsely arrested and dragged a man out of his house. The deputy had been pursuing a driver who had fled a vehicle on foot. The deputy was suspended for his actions.
  • Los Angeles County, California: A now-former deputy was sentenced to one month in jail after his no contest plea to solicitation of a prostitute while he was off duty.