Follow me The following Post was shared with the CopBlock Network by Matt Albert, via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. Date of Incident: December 21, 2016 Department Involved: Buffalo Police Department Officer Involved: Narcotics Detective Sean O’Brien Department Phone No.: (716) 851-4575 A Bloody Christmas – This Is How Police Treat

Follow me On Tuesday, a Detroit man who had been in prison since the age of fourteen, due to false testimony by a Detroit police deputy, had his conviction overturned. Davontae Sanford had received a sentence of 37 to 90 years in prison after being advised by the attorney that

Follow me In May, Officer James Lescinsky became the latest in a growing number of Las Vegas school cops to be implicated in a violent crime and/or official misconduct. Lescinsky, while employed by the Clark County School District Police in North Las Vegas, is accused of assaulting both a student

Follow me I’ve posted several times over the past year about the shooting of two prison inmates at the High Desert State Prison, which is located at Indian Springs, Nevada, just north of Las Vegas. Lawsuits by the families of those inmates, Carlos Perez and Andrew Arevalo, claimed that a fight

Follow me As I posted about late last week, a former police chief in Boulder City, Nevada was charged with “failure to perform a duty” after he refused to pursue a case against the local animal shelter supervisor, who was accused of unnecessarily killing animals. Former Chief Bill Conger had

Follow me Back in January, I posted about the resignation of Boulder City, NV Police Chief Bill Conger in the wake of a scandal that followed his refusal to pursue animal cruelty charges against the city’s former animal control supervisor. A criminal investigation by detectives had uncovered evidence that Mary

Follow me Last year, I posted about the shooting of two prison inmates at the High Desert State Prison, which is located at Indian Springs, Nevada, just north of Las Vegas. Lawsuits by the families of those inmates, Carlos Perez and Andrew Arevalo, claimed that a fight was instigated between the

Follow me In August 2001, an internal investigation of former Milwaukee area cop Steven Zelich found he was stalking women while on duty and using his position as a police officer to gain access to their personal information. Instead of prosecuting him for those transgressions, Zelich was allowed to resign