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National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 04-23-14

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  1. Here are the 12 reports of police misconduct tracked for Wednesday, April 23, 2014:

    • Sumter County, Georgia: A deputy [Deputy William Graham] will be fired after the Georgia Bureau of Investigation arrested him. He was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, possession of drug related objects, and violation of oath by public officer.
    • Suffolk, New York: A man [Sandino Hazzard] says a police officer [not identified] threatened to take him to a wooded area and beat him after a traffic stop. The lawsuit he filed alleges his civil rights were violated after an officer pulled him over in and falsely arrested him. In addition, it says police used excessive force when an officer allegedly “pushed, assaulted and strip searched” the man.
    • Cecil County, Elkton, Maryland: A police officer [Officer Daniel Darienzo] has resigned from his post after pleading guilty to assault. He was accused of having inappropriate sexual contact with women.
    • Lamar, South Carolina: The police chief [Chief Charles Woodle] has been fined by the SC Ethics Commission. The fine totals $15,000 for campaign finance violations.
    • Port Authority, New York: A now-former police officer [Officer Christopher Inserra ] accused of rocking out on stage as the lead singer of a metal band, while he claimed he couldn’t work because of an arm injury, pled guilty to fraud.
    • Wilmington, Ohio: A highway patrol officer [Lieutenant Michael Sanders] appeared in court and entered not guilty pleas on two counts of domestic violence.
    • Nye County, Nevada: The assistant sheriff [Assistant Sheriff Rick Marshall] was arrested for possession of stolen property, conspiracy to commit a crime and resisting arrest in connection with stolen campaign signs.
    • Spartanburg, South Carolina: A now-former police officer [Officer George C. Brown] pled guilty to third-degree assault and battery. A charge of misconduct in office was dropped.
    • Hillsboro, Ohio: A police officer [Officer Foister M. “Fred” Hampton] has been placed on leave following an initial appearance in court on a first-degree misdemeanor domestic violence charge following an alleged incident.
    • Mt. Gilead, North Carolina: The police chief [Police Chief Cleve Willoughby] was pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving. He was pulled over after another driver called 911 and reported seeing a car driving erratically.
    • Upland, California: A man [Christian Rodriguez] who was shot 10 times by police is suing the city, claiming the officer-involved shooting at close range was unjustified. The lawsuit alleges the police officers [Officer Craig Sipple, Officer Nicolas Peelman, Officer John Bonhus] used excessive force when they shot the 18-year-old several times at close range, and that he did not pose a threat to law enforcement.
    • Beaufort, South Carolina: A high ranking police officer [Captain Robert Dunn] has been charged with assaulting a child. Deputies say the captain was arrested on a charge of misdemeanor assault on a child who was 10 years old.
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