Follow me Earlier this month, Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Deputy Kyle E. Rowland decided to crash a house party in Sacramento. Although nobody at the party actually knew him, he claimed to be a neighbor and had beer. So, they let him into the party. Things kinda went downhill from

Follow me Sergeant Shauna Lambert of the Cincinnati Police Department was arrested last week after she showed up at a movie theater in Milford, began acting weird and harassing people, then dropped her department issued 9mm handgun. She was off-duty and drunk at the time. Reportedly, her behavior included standing

Follow me Officer Bobby Carrillo of the King City Police Department in Northern California has been released from jail after serving less than three months of a one year jail sentence. Monterey County Judge Julie Culver approved his request to serve the remainder of that sentence on house arrest. In

Follow me Officer Bobby Carrillo of the King City Police Department in Northern California has been released from jail after serving less than three months of a one year jail sentence. Monterey County Judge Julie Culver approved his request to serve the remainder of that sentence on house arrest. In

Follow me This post was written by Nick Ford and originally published at the Center For a Stateless Society (C4SS) under the title “You Cannot Exonerate Prisons.” Posts and other content can be submitted to the CopBlock Network via the CopBlock.org Submission Page. (Note: some links have been inserted, although

Follow me On Thursday (July 2nd), Michael Kitchen, a former detective with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, was sentenced to just three years of probation for assault and attempted robbery against an escort. According to the Las Vegas Review Journal: A Las Vegas police detective accused in an attack