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National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 11-30-12

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  1. Here are the 9 reports of police misconduct tracked for Friday, November 30, 2012:
    • New Orleans, Louisiana: A police officer [April Moses, 31] was arrested for allegedly stealing a gift card from an armed robbery victim’s purse.
    • Camden, New Jersey: A police officer [not identified] has been suspended for four days without pay after he parked his patrol car in a handicapped parking space.
    • Long Beach, California: An officer [Noe Yanez, 40] as charged with 29 felony counts and 13 misdemeanor counts, including unlawful sexual intercourse, oral copulation of a person under 18, and false imprisonment by fraud or deceit. The incidents involved more than a dozen underage girls and three young women.
    • Surprise, Arizona: An officer [Frank Marin] was arrested on suspicion of pointing a semi-automatic handgun at a motorist [James Bruggeman] after an apparent road rage incident.
    • Chicago, Illinois: Another police officer [Juan Prado, 47] has been sentenced for his part in a scheme to extort tow truck operators. He will spend 42 months in prison.
    • Bennington County, Vermont: A deputy [Donald Loveland, 51] has been charged with shooting and killing a neighbor’s [Amber Kilbride] dog [Maxx]. He has resigned from the department.
    • White County, Georgia: An officer [Christopher Thomas Davis, 34] pleaded guilty to taking sexually explicit pictures of a 7-year-old girl. “The defendant violated the trust of a young girl and his community,” said a U.S. Attorney. “That the defendant committed this offense while serving as a law enforcement officer makes this crime that much more atrocious.”
    • Update: New York, New York: An officer [Nicholas Mina] was sentenced to 15 ½ yeas in prison. He stole guns from police department lockers and sold them to drug dealers to pay for his addiction to oxycodone.
    • Franklin County, Ohio: A deputy [Thomas Banks] was suspended after being pulled over and arrested for allegedly driving under the influence. He tried to use his position to avoid being arrested.
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