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On August 24, 2020, at approximately 11:38​ AM, Trooper Christopher Wademan with Florida Highway Patrol Troop D arrested Rebecca Kozub for possession of a controlled substance. She was also alleged to have tampered with evidence and transported drug paraphernalia.

Kozub was the passenger of a white 2 door vehicle stopped for speeding. Trooper Waderman noted that after he activated his emergency equipment, the vehicle continued driving for 1- 2 miles before coming to a stop, despite having had several places to safely pull off the roadway.

According to Trooper Waderman, “While behind the vehicle I could see the passenger through the back windshield moving around a lot. Upon the vehicle stopping made a passenger side approach, requested the driver's license, vehicle information and informed my reason for the stop. While standing at passenger side the driver became concerned about getting ticket."

"The driver was positively identified as Mr. Gregory Palemo from his Florida driver's license, and the passenger positively identified by her name and date of birth as Ms. Rebecca Kozub. While standing at the passenger side of the vehicle I could clearly see the passenger had several sores on her legs and face. Based on my experience with narcotics users, I know that they tend to pick at their skin, causing sores like these. Furthermore, the occupants were consistently moving around and could not stay still which is common with narcotics use.”

“….Trooper Pubillones then deployed K9 Rico to conduct and exterior air sniff of the vehicle. Trooper Pubillones later informed Mr. Palemo, Ms. Kozub and I that K9 Rico alerted to narcotics inside of the vehicle. Both occupants were asked if they had any contraband on their person then were placed into the rear of my patrol vehicle while a probable cause search was conducted. During a probable cause search no items of contraband were located inside.”

They were eventually found. Inside of Ms. Kozub. From whose pants would emerge a..

This is tough incident, crazy mom with a knife charges cops with her two kids, cops are forced to shoot. I think cops did pretty good job on this one.

The suspect in a deadly police shooting outside The Range 702 last week attempted to get a police officer's gun in a 2017 incident, according to North Las Vegas Police.

I did this video last month never made it public.

Just a little update from Texas Winter Wonderland

I don't have a problem with this guy getting shot. I have a problem with incompetent Gov Showing UP and shooting first when there less threat, and then DID NOT shot when there was more threat.
Gov Accountability is key, not more training, not more cops, not more gov.

Roller Blade Police, this is such a bad idea, but maybe someone can explain some benefit other than TJ Hooker Prom0 or Bay Watch Promo


More Info on this case is leaking out. I predict they will both get probation deals.

#HeroFirefighters #EarningTheHate #GovCorruption #GovFailure

A Florida man named 2020's “Paramedic of the Year” has been arrested for allegedly stealing COVID-19 vaccines intended for first responders after he said he was ordered to do the dirty work by his supervisor, Polk County Sheriff’s officials said at a Tuesday news conference.

Joshua Colon, 31, allegedly admitted to stealing three vials containing 10 doses each of the Moderna vaccine and attempted to cover up the theft by forging the vaccine screening and consent forms for the missing vaccines that were supposed to be given to firefighters, according to his affidavit, the sheriff's office said.

Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said during the conference Colon told police he stole the vaccines at the request of his supervisor, Fire Captain Tony Damiano, who wanted the vaccine for his elderly mother

Colon, a Polk County Fire Rescue (PCFR) paramedic, who was also a training officer, resigned on Jan. 22 and was arrested on Jan. 25. He was charged with 12 felony and two misdemeanor charges, including four counts of forgery, four counts falsifying medical records, two counts creating fictional personal IDs and official misconduct, according to a release by the Polk County Sheriff’s office.

Officials said Colon told investigators during the investigation that he initially refused the fire captain's request, but he claimed the captain threatened to report him for stealing and selling vaccines.

"Joshua tried to cover for the captain; Joshua set up the circumstances for vaccines to be stolen," Judd said, according to USA Today. "Had Joshua simply gone to his boss right then, he would have been a hero.”

On Jan. 28, Anthony Damiano, 55, Polk County Fire Rescue captain and 17-year-veteran, was arrested Wednesday after he turned himself into the Polk County Jail, where he was booked on a felony charge of official misconduct ..

This is an interesting case of Gun registration where Gov got bad information and invaded this mans house for an illegal gun that turns out to be legal. Had they shot and killed everyone they would have been right and innocents people would have been dead.

Have no idea what we will talk about

This is an interesting case where Firefighter of the year steals for his Capt and boss, and then confesses and is arrested for many felonies.
#PoliceHeroes #FirefighterHeroes #GovCorruption

A Florida firefighter is being accused of covering up stolen coronavirus vaccines.

Polk County prosecutors say Joshua Colon, 31, received 30 doses of the Moderna vaccine to administer to his fellow emergency workers. Colon says his supervisor, Captain Anthony Damiano, asked about getting his mother a shot.

Court documents say Colon initially refused, but the captain threatened to report him for stealing and selling vaccines. Colon said that frightened him. When he got back from a break, the seals were broken, and the vaccines were gone.

He then was told to falsify documents on how many people he vaccinated.

“The bottom line is, Joshua tried to cover for the captain. Joshua set up the circumstance for the vaccines to have been stolen,” Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said. “Had Joshua simply gone to his boss right then, he’d have been the hero.”

Colon is facing 16 felony counts, including forgery and falsifying medical records. Damiano is expected to be arrested some time this week for theft and official misconduct.

On Jan. 13, a group of local civic clubs in Lakeland had named Colon “Paramedic of the Year” for his actions after a serious highway crash, according to a Facebook post by Polk County Fire Rescue.

The investigation began when a battalion chief noticed discrepancies in the paperwork Colon filed after a vaccine assignment.

The Jan. 6 paperwork included three falsified forms, investigators said. One had the name of a former Haines City firefighter, and two were fake names, one of which resembled a former Haines City firefighter.

During the investigation, the two firefighters were contacted and told investigators that they had not yet received the vaccine.

Seattle Police Department
Seattle Police Department investigators are piecing together the trail of a 35-year-old violent felon after he brandished two handguns at several downtown businesses Sunday, carjacked three vehicles and fired on officers before a fatal confrontation with police in Northeast Seattle.

This cop should be charged and arrested for Official Oppression, Lying in Official Statements and Placed on the Brady List.

This cops behavior is exactly why people should not blindly support the "BLUE" , what is more outrageous than this cop's conduct if the fact that NO DA, NO AG is willing to charge and prosecute.

This guy is the poster child on why the people should never give up their guns and should never trust gov. Disgraceful conduct and all condoned by all levels of Gov. wow?

Here is link to PDF for filing a Complaint on this sorry excuse of a cop.
#EarningTheHate #PoliceThugs #BlueLineCrime

This Officer has some severe Ego issues, to go out of his way to start, escalate and push an Nothingburger into a full blown close case of DEADLY FORCE. Who the hell does the Psych evals for Waco Police, Dr. Charles Manson?

I encourage anyone that has time to file a complaint with Waco Police, the City Council of Waco and the Governor's Office. The idea that Cops are running about saying "I don't care what the Gov said" is a real issue.

Incident date - 9/15/2020 at 17:56
Location - My Meerah Convenience Store
Employee - Fabian Klecka
Citizen - Brent McCain

Here is link to PDF for filing a Complaint on this sorry excuse of a cop.

This Officer has some severe Ego issues, to go out of his way to start, escalate and push an Nothingburger into a full blown close case of DEADLY FORCE. Who the hell does the Psych evals for Waco Police, Dr. Charles Manson?

I encourage anyone that has time to file a complaint with Waco Police, the City Council of Waco and the Governor's Office. The idea that Cops are running about saying "I don't care what the Gov said" is a real issue.

Lots of factors here that blur what is reasonable what was required, needed or justified.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - A Memphis police officer is accused of kidnapping and murdering a man while on duty.

The Memphis Police Department identified the officer as 29-year-old Patric Ferguson, who has been relieved of duty.
Memphis officer now facing murder, kidnapping charges
Records show Ferguson was arrested on Sunday.
He faces several charges, including first-degree murder, first-degree murder in perpetration of aggravated kidnapping, especially aggravated kidnapping, abuse of a corpse, and tampering with and fabricating evidence, according to MPD.
Police say a woman reported her 30-year-old boyfriend, Robert Howard, missing on Jan. 6. Police say a body believed to be Howard, was recovered Sunday in the area of Second Street and Wolf River bridge.
Howard was last seen the day before, according to MPD.
They say the woman was able to track Howard’s cell phone to Lamar Avenue and Shelby Drive. She found the phone at the location, but Howard was nowhere to be found.
The police department issued a City Watch Alert for Howard on Friday, Jan. 8.
During the investigation, MPD says detectives determined through evidence and information from the victim’s girlfriend that Ferguson was involved in Howard’s disappearance.
Investigators say Howard was taken from outside a home in the 3500 block of Mark Twain Street.
Investigators say Ferguson, acting on his own accord, armed himself with his personal handgun, forced the victim into the back of a patrol car, and drove to Frayser Boulevard and Denver Street, where he shot and killed him.

Investigators say Ferguson’s search history in his cell phone revealed multiple incriminating internet searches related to cleaning up crime scenes and how to destroy DNA evidence.

Investigators also uncovered evidence showing Ferguson purchasing cinderblocks, chains and padlocks at a local hardware store.
Detectives say they later obtained surveillance video capturing Ferguson shooting Howard while on-duty.
Investigators say Ferguson adm..

Modesto, CA – On Tuesday, December 29, 2020, at approximately 11:30 am, Modesto Police Department Officers responded to the 2300 block of Woodland Avenue after receiving a call from a female stating her brother, 29-year-old Trevor Seever, told the family that he bought a gun the night before and was now texting the family making vague threats and stated he was on his way to their home.
Additional information was provided that Mr. Seever was on foot and had last been seen walking westbound Woodland Avenue towards The Church of the Brethren at 2301 Woodland Avenue.
Officer Joseph Lamantia, a 12-year veteran with the Modesto Police Department, was the first to arrive at the church. Shortly after Officer Lamantia arrived, Mr. Seever was located and an officer involved shooting occurred.
Mr. Seever was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.
During a search of the scene, no gun was located.
The officer involved in this shooting has been placed on paid administrative leave, which is standard procedure with all officer involved shootings.
Three separate and independent investigations have been launched into this incident. The Modesto Police Department is conducting both a criminal and an administrative investigation and the Stanislaus County District Attorney’s Office is conducting an independent review of this incident.

The fact that these guys were cooperative helped. But being cooperative could have ended up getting them in jail. Luck ended up with only a ticket. Freedom or Jail, should not be up to luck when dealing with Gov.

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