Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by BAMCIS, Aug 8, 2013.
Police: Detective had sex with prostitute while on duty - KPTV - FOX 12
No mug shot for Detective Richard (Dick) Narvaez? That doesn't seem fair, we get to see the prostitutes arrest photo.
Prolly a decision of OSP to not post his face...
23 year law enforcement officer? Honorable cop? Just another piece of garbage cop.
There are many just like him. Many just do not get caught.
More disgusting behavior from the bad guys in blue. You good guys in blue should be ashamed.
Reminds me of this fellow...Jason Servo: Police Force Can't Fire Me Just Because I'm An Alcoholic
"PORTLAND, Ore. — A police officer fired for driving drunk in an unmarked police car while off-duty has filed a $6 million lawsuit against the city of Gresham, the police chief and others, alleging his rights were violated under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The lawsuit filed in Portland alleged the officer, Jason Servo, was suffering from alcoholism, a recognized disability under the act, and shouldn't have been dismissed.
The suit also alleged Servo was denied due process, and the police union failed to represent him adequately.
"Just as with any type of disability or disease, they should have made some kind of effort to accommodate that, or some kind of effort to work with him, and not simply sever all ties," said Shawn Kollie, one of Servo's attorneys.
Servo, 43, was arrested in January 2011 after he crashed into a ditch while off-duty. The lawsuit said that Servo, a detective who was the department's lead firearms instructor, had taken the police vehicle to a firearms training session in the nearby city of Troutdale. He later joined fellow officers for dinner and drinks.
"This was a common practice among (Gresham) officers and had become an inherent part of the culture," according to the lawsuit filed late Thursday.
Servo was alone when his vehicle veered into a ditch and he was not hurt. Though Servo refused to take breath or field sobriety tests, the Clackamas County sheriff's deputy who arrested him later testified before the state Department of Public Safety Standards and Training that Servo was probably one of the top 10 most intoxicated people he had arrested in almost 15 years of drunken-driving investigations."
"Because Narvaez was cited and not booked into jail, no mug shot is available for him."
A quote from the article.
OSP shouldn't fire Detective Narvaez because of his "disability" ?
I think he should be fired to help restore honor to LE.
Detective suspended on accusation of public sexual activity with prostitute | OregonLive.com
""This is troubling news when we learn that one of our employees (POLICE OFFICER-THE LAW-OREGONS FINEST-THE GOOD GUYS) is alleged to commit any crime," Evans said. "This obviously is a rare incident (BULL CRAP!) and should no way reflect on our other employees who do things right and don't step outside of our laws and rules of ethics. (You guys sure do have YOUR set of laws and ethics. They just don't match the non-LEOS.) We appreciate the quick response by the sheriff's office and will conduct our personnel investigation as their criminal investigation continues and the matter is adjudicated in court. (SHOW AS MUCH LENIENCY AS POSSIBLE.)"
Just more reasons not to trust a cop. Some of you guys ARE just as bad as the bad guys. 23 years of LE experience and to do this? HAHA. How can the police expect us non-LEOs to ever trust you guys when YOUR GUYS DO STUFF LIKE THIS??????
Bold comments added by me.
Well one did a few years ago in LaPine. A Deschutes County Deputy had been 'having his way' with teenage girls, buying them booze etc. - and most of the time while 'on duty'.
Just doing his job. :thumbup:
Thin blue line.
You or I would have been booked, mug shot, finger printed and had to post bail.
What ever happened to the up-standing officer. A person we should all look up to and honor?
And that my son is why you get a room, and where the Groucho Marx, glasses, schnozz and mustache.
D'oh! What I really want to know is did she have a license and was she paying a B&O tax?
When Clinton got a pass for sexual harassment and taking advantage of Monica L. in the 1990s as POTUS lots of people took that as a signal they could get away with just about anything.
Well, hopefully this guy doesn't get away with it.
Victim who turned in Las Vegas police officer: 'When I see cops, I'm scared' | Las Vegas Review-Journal
"Her 5-year-old son now fears the worst when he sees a police officer. The mother gently reminds him: No, the officer isn’t bad -- he’s a good guy.
But she knows how the boy feels.
“I’m very disgusted. I don’t know who to trust. When I see cops, I’m scared. My son sees a cop at a grocery store, and he says, ‘Mom, look. That’s a bad cop.’ I say, no, honey. But what am I supposed to do? He’s already had a bad experience,” she says.
So has she.
The woman who revealed Las Vegas police officer Solomon Coleman’s habit of sexually intimidating and harassing women he met on duty almost didn’t come forward.
What if the detectives -- from Coleman’s own department -- didn’t believe what happened to her? What if Coleman kept his job, or sought retribution?
But months after giving her statement to investigators, on Wednesday the woman learned that Coleman had been suspended by his department and charged by prosecutors.
And there were other victims.
“In a way that’s what I was hoping, because I’ve never been in this situation before,” said the woman. “I never wanted to be involved in anything like this, and it’s a big sense of relief knowing that I’m not alone. I’m not the only one he’s done this stuff to.”
Coleman, 28, a five-year veteran of the Metropolitan Police Department, was charged with oppression under color of law, gross lewdness and taking pictures of a person’s private area, according to court documents filed Friday in Las Vegas Justice Court.
He’s not in custody but has been ordered to appear in court Thursday morning.
Prosecutors charged Coleman for encounters the officer had with two women, but police identified at least five women the officer met while wearing his badge.
Police said he developed a pattern of starting “relationships” with women he met at crime scenes and on routine calls, using his authority as an officer to gain their trust.
Coleman’s misdeeds were uncovered in June after the first woman complained about his behavior.
The Review-Journal interviewed her at her home Wednesday. The newspaper does not publish the names of alleged sex crime victims.
She told the Review-Journal that Coleman stayed at her home after other officers took her boyfriend to jail following a domestic disturbance.
A female officer had already taken photos of bruises on her neck, arms and back, but Coleman said he also needed to “check for bruises on her ***,” according to court documents.
The woman told Coleman she didn’t have bruises there, but he “insisted on checking anyway,” the report said. She said Coleman pulled down her shorts and underwear to her knees and asked her to bend over on the bed.
The woman relayed the same story on Wednesday. She said Coleman stayed behind to give her paperwork, but then followed her into her bedroom to help her look for missing house keys.
She hadn’t asked for help, but didn’t know how to handle the situation as the officer started complimenting her body. At one point she wondered if she was being targeted in a strange prostitution sting.
“I’m not prostitute, but he started treating me like one,” she said. “I didn’t know what kind of situation I was in.”
She felt forced to comply when Coleman pulled down her pants. She says he took pictures with a red cell phone, although the police report doesn’t say if photos were found on his phone.
“He’s a police officer. I didn’t feel like I had the right to say, ‘Hey, you get out of my house right now.’ What if he arrested me for that, or something? I have a son at home.”
At one point, her son walked into the bedroom before being ushered out by the officer.
“That’s the worst thing anybody can do to me. To hell with me, but if my frickin’ son witnessed this? Now I have to deal with my son being insecure and asking questions about police officers,” she said.
Coleman later exposed himself to her in her bathroom and asked “if she liked it” and “if it was big,” she said.
When the officer came back after his shift, the woman saw him through the blinds but wouldn’t open the door, she said.
She wondered if prosecutors could have been more harsh when they charged Coleman.
“I don’t know if you have to intercourse for it to be sexual assault, but it felt like one,” she said. “The shocking thing was how comfortable he was with what he was doing. He wasn’t scared, he wasn’t nervous. He was just very comfortable.”
She complained to police the following day. Investigators found that Coleman left the woman’s home 36 minutes after the officers, which seemed to corroborate her story.
Detectives then looked into his past, and dug through his cell phone records and patrol logs. They quickly found another victim.
Coleman had used his phone to record more than 20 minutes of a personal sex video from another woman’s cell phone, which police had taken during an arrest.
Police matched Coleman’s patrol logs with the date the video was recorded and determined he’d taken the phone from a California woman during a traffic stop in June 2012. The video had been on Coleman’s phone for a year when detectives found it.
Detectives found three other women who began relationships with Coleman after meeting him on the job. Coleman has not been charged with any crimes relating to those relationships, though he could face internal discipline.
This isn’t the first Las Vegas police officer recently arrested on accusations of on-duty sexual misconduct.
In 2011 John Norman compelled two women to show their breasts after he pulled them over. He also was accused of fondling one of the women.
Allegations of misconduct were made against Norman by two other women, but no charges were filed in those cases.
Norman was initially charged with eight counts, but prosecutors dropped six charges as part of his guilty plea agreement. In January he was sentenced to two years in jail.
Coleman’s accuser said she followed Norman’s case in the news. She says she doesn’t hate all cops, but is having a tough time managing her emotions.
She said she needs counseling. She also wants to move to another part of the valley, but isn’t sure she can afford to relocate.
But she’s afraid when patrol cars cruise through her neighborhood.
“Cops are supposed to be there to keep you safe. That’s their job,” she said. “When something like this happens you don’t know what to think. I have nothing against any other officers, but it’s just hard.”
I found this so far...Deschutes settles suit with sex abuse victims; La Pine couple sues over alleged retaliation | Local / State | The Bulletin
“It is the sworn duty of all law enforcement officials to uphold the law and insure that it is applied fairly and equally to all,” Stiles added. “The members of the sheriff’s office will continue to make sure that those who `protect and serve’ the people of Deschutes County are held to the highest standards.”
Detective Narvaez and the prostitute were doing the crime in the bushes! I have heard of street hookers but never bush hookers, at least not in the US. Possibly he could be prosecuted for criminally bad taste!
:laugh: Thats bad.
He thought she needed help with a brush hook and so he was going to help her clean up that vacant lot.
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