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National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 11-27-12

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  1. Here are the 9 reports of police misconduct tracked for Tuesday, November 27, 2012:
    • St. Lucie County, Florida: A deputy [Sean Freeman] flipped over a 62-year-old handicapped woman’s [Sandra Silasavage, 62] car when he used a Precision Immobilization Technique to stop her car by hitting her bumper. The deputy reported that a woman driving a car seemed slumped over the wheel and she did not slow down from her “consistent 57 mph” when he turned on his blue lights. He determined that she was a flight risk. The posted speed limit was 55 mph.
    • Utica, New York: A police officer [John Abel] was charged with driving impaired while in Niagara Falls, Canada, and is now suspended without pay. The department will not pay his attorney fees.
    • Smyrna, Georgia: A veteran officer [Darryl L. Whitfield] has been arrested and charged with simple assault, simple battery, and third degree cruelty to children for allowing a minor to witness family violence.
    • Williamston, North Carolina: A police officer [Synthia Bowen] has resigned two days after he was arrested for drunk driving. His blood alcohol content was twice the legal limit when he was arrested.
    • Barrington, Rhode Island: After already being charged with threatening his ex-wife, an officer [Joseph Andreozzi] has now also been charged with misdemeanor cyber-stalking and felony obstruction of the judicial system.
    • Update, Coweta County, Georgia: The deputy [unidentified] who fired his taser at a 16-year-old as the student streaked in boxer shorts across the field at the recent football game has been suspended.
    • Oldham County, Kentucky: A deputy [William Schulte] has resigned after an incident involving an erotic masseuse at his home. He allegedly solicited sex from her, and, when she refused, stole her cell phone.
    • Charles City, Iowa: An officer [Todd Smith] has been charged with misconduct in office. The criminal complaint against him claims he failed to perform his duties when he had reason to believe a sexual assault occurred.
    • Update: Nogales, Arizona: The police officer [Victor Jesus Valenzuela, 25] who had a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl has been sentenced to two months in jail and three years probation. He pleaded guilty to one count of sexual misconduct with a minor.
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