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Thursday, July 31, 2014

ARKANSAS: How to Remove Your Local Public Official From Office

Laws governing recall in Arkansas

The laws that govern the conduct of political recalls in Arkansas are Ark. Code §14-47-112, 14-48-114, 14-61-119 and 14-92-209.

Ex-trooper: Guilty in drug case

Ex-trooper Sedrick Reed

Ex-trooper: Guilty in drug case
A former Arkansas State Police lieutenant admitted Wednesday that for seven years, he stole confiscated illegal drugs from a police evidence room he supervised, making more than $200,000 in profits by reselling them.

Monday, July 28, 2014

LRPD blocks public access to radio dispatch-protests imminent

This is a deal breaker for sure. Little Rock Police Dept. is rolling back transparency in government in outright Nazis fashion, obviously, with the support of the City Board of Directors. Protests & legal action is seen as imminent in many freedom loving circles that see this action as overreaching and a blatant spit in the face of the public which is NOT asking but DEMANDING MORE transparency, not the outright fucking theft of our right to know what the hell is going on in this city. MORE TO COME...

It's goin' down...the citizens of Little Rock will NOT tolerate LRPD blinding & making this city even more deaf to what's really going on around here, where we live & raise our children. Gotta be outta your damn mind, indeed. This comes from a person that has been an eyewitness EVERY working day to such mayhem for 13 straight years on the street beat in this town. You can't tell me shit that I don't already know by SEEING it with my own eyes. Little Rock, you sure as hell don't want to be deaf & blind around here. Not in Little Rock.

If you sleepy "do-nothings" out there don't get off your ass for once and speak up for what really matters to you without getting all intimidated & pissy-pants, fear-frozen of "retaliations", don't come all running to me for help later as I become one of the very few still left with tools of protection. This hurts YOU, not me Little Rock. I got this, my intel runs deep.

Intel is your greatest tool. Your city is stabbing you in the back on this one big time. I'm looking forward to see if the citizens of this southern-fried town will finally muster up the huevos to stop this kind of bullshit before it gains momentum within the annals of backdoor southern-styled cronyism. They are making history behind CLOSED doors, they have cut your ears off people.

They will keep taking that ass as long as you let them. Wake up or remain content with you, "giving it up" on command.

I gotta problem being somebody else's betch, 'cus that's exactly what just happened. You have been dared to open your mouth and do something about it.. E Pluribus Unum

Friday, July 18, 2014

Faulkner County: jail official resigns-missing drugs investigation

Faulkner County jail official resigns as probe into missing drugs begins

A former Faulkner County deputy of the year who oversaw operations at the Faulkner County jail resigned Friday after investigators began looking into prescription drugs that disappeared from the department, authorities said.

The Faulkner County sheriff's office said that on Thursday it "uncovered evidence" of prescription drugs that disappeared before they were to be destroyed.

"As a result, Captain Lloyd Vincent was immediately placed on administrative leave late Thursday night," the agency said in a statement. "As of this morning, Captain Vincent has resigned from the Faulkner County Sheriffs Office and a criminal investigation has been initiated and is ongoing."

According to a biography on the sheriff's office website, Vincent oversaw the operations of both jail locations and had been with the agency for nine years. As a patrol officer, Vincent was the 2007 deputy of the year and was nominated for the 20th Judicial District officer of the year in 2011, the website said. He was promoted to detention captain at the beginning of last year.

-multiple sources

Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility (PCRDF) Sergeant Arrested

UPDATED: Sgt. Brickell resigned today effective immediately.

Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility (PCRDF) Sergeant Arrested

Detention Sergeant Timothy Brickell was arrested yesterday evening by the Shannon Hills Police for Domestic Battery and Endangering the Welfare of a Minor. After he is released from the Saline County jail, he will be relieved of duty and placed on administrative leave pending a hearing. Sgt. Brickell has been employed with the PCRDF since June 07, 2010. He was promoted to Sergeant on May 31, 2014.

The other party in the incident was also arrested.

According to Lieutenant Jeremy Brown with Shannon Hills Police, Sergeant Timothy Brickell and a a 27-year-old woman were charged with 3rd Degree Domestic Battery and 2nd Degree Endangering the Welfare of a Minor.

Shannon Hills officers responded to a report of a fight at the home the two shared on Meadowview Drive.

Brickell will appear before a judge on Friday.

Pulaski County Sheriff's Office (PCSO) Detention Deputy Arrested

"Pulaski County Sheriff's Office (PCSO) Detention Deputy Arrested
Detention Deputy Joseph Conner was arrested late Tuesday afternoon for Sexual Assault 3rd . The arrest disposition report (ADR) is attached. A general report for the incident has not been completed at this time. Conner bonded out at 08:15 p.m. the next night on a $15,000 bond. Conner has been employed at the PCRDF since February 25, 2013. He is currently on administrative leave pending a hearing.

Lt. Carl M. Minden #1327
Pulaski County Sheriff's Office
Media Relations / Training
2900 S. Woodrow Street
Little Rock, AR 72204
Office: (501) 340-7055
Cell: (501) 539-3784
Fax: (501) 340-6683
E-Mail: cminden@pcso.org
Web: www.pcso.org"

Monday, July 14, 2014

PINE BLUFF: Escaped Murderer Trusty Still At-Large

BENTON DIRTY COP: Lt. Michael Frost Pleads Not Guilty

Friday, July 11, 2014


Two years later, city struggles to heal

Two years after the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, his parents are on a crusade to make sure their son’s legacy is not forgotten and the city of Sanford is still struggling to heal. Trymaine Lee and Benjamin Crump discuss with Joy Reid.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Trooper Said He’d “Kill Himself” Before Going To Jail For DUI

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) confirmed that an Oklahoma State Trooper was arrested on suspicion of DUI after a collision involving a patrol vehicle and boat on Thursday (July 3).
The accident occurred in Sequoyah County at approximately 4:30 p.m. The accident happened approximately one mile west of U.S. 59 on Applegate Cove Road south of Sallisaw, according to a news release.
State troopers arrived to find an accident involving a marked OHP sport utility vehicle towing a patrol vessel being driven by trooper Joshua Davies, the release states.
Davies “showed signs of intoxication” and was immediately arrested on suspicion of DUI by troopers on the scene. He took a breath test and registered [three times] over the legal limit, according to the release.
His blood alcohol content was 0.26 percent at the time of arrest, the release states.
“It is an emotionally draining situation when an officer finds himself in a position that he must arrest one of his own. Our troopers displayed professionalism in administering their duties during this unfortunate event,” stated Chief of Patrol Col. Ricky Adams.
He continued, “This individual was immediately arrested by state troopers on the scene and charged with DUI in compliance with state statute.  This type of behavior will not be tolerated under any circumstance.”
Davies was booked at the Sallisaw Police Department, and he has been with OHP for eight years. He has been placed on administrative leave pending the results of an internal investigation, the release states.

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