Follow me The content for this post was shared with the CopBlock Network by “Kid Clint,” via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. It concerns an officer with the Waurika (OK) Police Department who decided to unwind from his long of pulling people over for drunk driving by getting drunk and driving
Follow me Last week (July 16), yet another Las Vegas cop was arrested for DUI. In this particular instance Officer Antonio Munoz was also charged with hit and run after leaving the scene of multiple accidents he caused in the process. According to the arrest report (see below), Officer Munoz
Follow me The following post was shared with the CopBlock Network by Andre Guthrie, via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. Andre’s submission details how he was falsely arrested and charged with a DUI and the consequences that followed that false arrest, even though the charges were later dropped. Date of Incident:
Follow me The following post (rant) was shared with the CopBlock Network by William (Kia) D.K. Jones, via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. William’s submission has to do with the special privileges that police often receive (also known as a “Policeman’s Discount”) regarding when they are caught committing crimes. Along with
Follow me One Secret Service agent resigned and forty others have received “some level” of discipline after they illegally accessed background information on Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz. The intended purpose of the background inquiries were to find embarrassing information on Rep. Chaffetz that could be used to retaliate against him
Follow me About a year and a half ago, Las Vegas Attorney Stephen Stubbs submitted a story to the CopBlock Network about a man who had been beaten by members of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. That man, Dominic Gennarino, could be seen on surveillance video (embedded below) from
Follow me Apparently, Nevada Highway Trooper Christopher J. Wirtanen worked up quite an appetite while out generating revenue for the State in Reno. Unfortunately, he also worked up quite a thirst along the way. The fact that he decided to satisfy his “thirst” before going for food didn’t really work
Follow me Charleston County Sheriff’s Deputy Edward Clemens was arrested for DUI on Sunday after literally falling asleep at the wheel while waiting at an intersection in Summerville, South Carolina. After being woken up he took his foot off the brake and allowed the car to roll into the intersection.