National Police Misconduct Daily Recap 6/23/17

Here are the nine reports of police misconduct tracked for Friday, June 23, 2017:

  • Monticello, New York: An officer was charged with raping a minor.
  • U.S. Border Patrol: A now-former agent pled guilty to smuggling cocaine and methamphetamine while on duty.
  • Texas Department of Public Safety: A now-former trooper pled guilty to bribery for taking money for favorable truck inspections.
  • Bridgeport, Connecticut: An officer was suspended 10 days for harassing a college student. He ran her license plate and got her home address from law enforcement database.
  • Los Angeles, California: An officer was arrested by the chief of police for having sex with an underage cadet.
  • New York, New York: An officer was fired for not intervening when his friend severely beat a man at a bar.
  • Update: Balch Springs, Texas: An officer was indicted for a road rage incident. He was previously indicted for fatally shooting an unarmed teen car passenger who was leaving a party.
  • Update: University of Cincinnati: A now-former officer’s second trial for killing Samuel DuBose ends in a mistrial because of a deadlocked jury.
  • Meeker County, Minnesota: A deputy pled guilty to disorderly conduct for stalking and harassing a man.