National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 06-10-14

Here are the 9 reports of police misconduct tracked for Tuesday, June 10, 2014:

  • Campbell, Wisconsin: The police chief is under investigation over accusations that he created online accounts on pornographic, dating and insurance websites for man who sued him in federal court.ow.ly/xPZCP
  • Hillsboro, Oregon: A man out for a bike ride near his home was illegally stopped by police and beaten, according to a federal lawsuit filed.ow.ly/xPVc7
  • New York, New York: A woman is suing the city and an officer, who’s accused of pulling her over because he found her attractive, using a cell phone to video tape her rear end while she was handcuffed at a precinct, and pressuring her into a date by promising to clear up her case. The lawsuit accuses the officer and the city of excessive force, negligent training, assault, battery, false arrest, rape, libel, malicious prosecution, abuse of authority, harassment and other violations.ow.ly/xPT74
  • Albuquerque, New Mexico: A wrongful death suit has been filed against the city for the deadly officer-involved shooting of a man. The case was cited in the Department of Justice’s report as an example of “Albuquerque Police officers own recklessness sometimes led to their use of deadly force.” ow.ly/xPQuA
  • Update: Alexandria, Virginia (First reported 05-29-14): A now-former sheriff’s deputy is no longer charged with raping an inmate at the city jail. But, he will still face prosecution on the felony charge of carnal knowledge of an inmate. ow.ly/xPQ7j
  • Edwardsburg, Michigan: A now-former officer pled no contest to a charge of home invasion. The officer was in uniform and on duty when he assisted on a medical call at a private residence. Prosecutors say he went inside the home and removed painkillers. http://ow.ly/xQ3UI
  • Update: North Port, Florida (Previously reported 05-16-14): An internal investigation has found that an officer did engage in conduct unbecoming of an officer and violated moral character rules for officers. http://ow.ly/xQ526
  • Miami Beach, Florida: A jury has found a now-former police officer guilty of reckless driving with serious bodily injuries. He was acquitted on the DUI charges stemming from a crash in which he struck and seriously injured two people while joy-riding with a woman on a police all-terrain vehicle. http://ow.ly/xQ6DK
  • Update: Youngstown, Ohio (Previously reported 06-18-13): A city police officer was sentenced after pleading guilty to one count of importuning, one count of pandering obscenity and one count of illegal use of a minor in a nudity-oriented performance. He was sentenced to 18 months in prison. http://ow.ly/xQ86a
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