Texas: this is what should happen when a police officer drives drunk and endangers the public…they also should not rob banks…even 7-elevens…
by admin ·
May 25th, 2013
From Journal Gazette
FORT WAYNE – David Bisard hung his head and stared at the floor for the better part of an hour as his defense attorney fought to keep the embattled Indianapolis Metropolitan Police officer out of jail.
It was a losing effort.
An Allen Superior Court judge revoked Bisard’s bond Thursday.
Charged with felony counts of drunken driving, reckless homicide and criminal recklessness stemming from a crash while he was on duty in 2010, Bisard had been out on bond but will now have to spend his days in jail until his October trial.
Judge John F. Surbeck ruled that a second drunken driving arrest late last month in the Indianapolis area showed that Bisard posed a danger to the community. ….MORE
Greenville Police Officer Kyle Gaines
From The Daily Reflector
A Greenville police officer has resigned after being arrested for driving while impaired on Feb. 20.
Kyle Gaines resigned from the department about three weeks ago, according to a release issued Friday by the Greenville Police Department. The date of resignation was not available ….MORE
Doesn’t Cape May Police Academy teach rookies how to drive drunk? Are Officer Joe Fabian’s fellow graduates proud of this guy? Not likely.
From Hazlet Patch
A Hazlet police officer in training was charged with driving while intoxicated after a car accident in Union Beach on Wednesday, March 27, Union Beach Police Chief Scott Woolley confirmed.
Joseph Fabian, 25, allegedly struck three cars parked in a driveway on Stone Road at 2:47 a.m., according to Woolley.
Union Beach Patrolman Christopher Tuberion was the responding officer.
Fabian began in-house training with the Hazlet Township Police Department in August 2012 and graduated from Cape May County Police Academy ….MORE
From Troy Record
RENSSELAER — The BAC of a city police officer now on administrative leave following a fatal car accident on March 13 was .22 percent, a source close to the investigation confirmed to The Record Thursday.
Rensselaer County District Attorney Rich McNally would not confirm the blood results but did say that his office was now looking to have
Mark Fusco arraigned on more serious charges. He said that Fusco, 22, would face vehicular manslaughter, at the least. There is also a potential for aggravated vehicular homicide.
He and Sean Murphy, also 22, were reportedly out drinking the night of the crash which occurred on Third Avenue Extension at the
A Cortland City Police officer is facing D-W-I and other charges after crashing his personal vehicle into home on West Main Street Sunday night.
City Police Lt. David Guerrera says last night around 10 o’clock City Police Officers responded to a one car crash near the intersection of Floral Avenue and West Main Street.
Police 28 year old Patrick O’Donnell of 4 Parker Avenue was driving his 2008 Nissan Sentra northbound on Floral Avenue, he apparently failed to stop at the intersection of West Main Street, and drove onto ….MORE
PENDER COUNTY, NC (WECT) – A deputy with the Pender County Sheriff’s Office and former school resource officer was charged with a DWI Tuesday morning. A 911 call reveals that at one point, the deputy himself was on the phone with 911 dispatchers.
While on the phone, William Paluck claims, he “just fell asleep” and that he’s “tired.” He stays on the phone with highway patrol for several minutes and explains that he had been working since 7am. When asked by highway patrol where he was, Paluck did not seem to know. Later in the call, he claims he has blood sugar problems. When the trooper arrives, he gets on the phone with highway patrol and explains that Paluck is “trembling”
Click here to listen to that call [around 7:06 mark]
In the beginning of that call, the man who called highway patrol describes Paluck’s driving in the following way. “He is dropping down to
50 mph, then jumping up to 65, he …MORE
From Lake County News-Sun
The arrest of North Chicago Police Officer Terrell Garrett, who is accused of killing two men Friday in a drunken-driving accident on Chicago’s Lake Shore Drive, is more bad news for a department that continues to lurch from crisis to crisis.
But the charges against Garrett — reckless homicide and aggravated DUI — as well as the department’s string of previous troubles were barely alluded to at Monday’s City Council meeting….MORE
From Star Telegram
FORT WORTH — Police have fired a DWI enforcement officer whose arrest in January on suspicion of drunken driving — the latest in a string of Fort Worth officers accused of driving drunk — prompted a frustrated Police Chief Jeff Halstead to announce tougher measures for dealing with such cases.
Nicolas Ramirez’s indefinite suspension took effect Tuesday, according to a disciplinary letter filed Thursday with the Civil Service Commission.
He had not appealed as of Friday.
Ramirez, 32, was off duty and driving his personal vehicle at 12:56 a.m. Jan. 2 when a Keller police officer saw him drift twice onto the shoulder in the 1700 block of Texas 114 in Westlake
NOTICE TO ALL POLICE OFFICERS EVERYWHERE: We appreciate your hard work in keeping all of us safe but while we value your heroics and hard work don’t think for one second we are so consumed with hero worship to believe that you have a right to drive while intoxicated or otherwise impaired on our highways! ….and please don’t rob banks either!
According to the New York State Police, on March 8, 2013, State Police in Rochester arrested New York State Trooper Martin T. McClellan, 30, of Rochester, N.Y., for Driving While Intoxicated following the investigation of a February 28 crash on Interstate 490 in the town of Gates.
McClellan was off-duty at the time of the one-car crash and suffered a broken leg as a result. His blood alcohol concentration was later determined to be .18%. He was charged with Aggravated DWI and issued tickets returnable to the Town of Gates Court on March 19. He is currently on extended sick leave due to the injuries he suffered in the accident.