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National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 11-9-12

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  1. Here are the 8 stories of police misconduct tracked for Friday, November 9, 2012:
    • Charleston, South Carolina: An officer [Sarah Fortier] was charged with a DUI. She was placed on administrative leave without pay.
    • Roane County, West Virginia: A man [Edward A. Fields, 32] is alleging that he was brutalized by police [J.M. Bragg, Bo Williams, Jeff Smith] following a traffic stop. He says he suffered a broken right orbital bone, nose, teeth, and other injuries that caused him, among other things, “pain and suffering.”
    • Alexandria, Louisiana: What started as a traffic stop for a seat belt violation turned into a high-speed chase that included the suspect [Keldric Demond Cheney, 28] throwing items from the car, a near accident, and a deputy [not named] getting hit by the suspect’s vehicle.
    • East Hartford, Connecticut: An officer [Andrew Nielsen, 48] was arrested on child pornography charges. He purchased DVDs containing child porn from a foreign company. He faces up to 20 years in prison if he is convicted.
    • Socorro, Texas: Four police officers [Lt. Jose Alvarez, Sgt. Refugio Orta, dispatcher Raul Huerta, Detective Javier Varela, officer Israel Delgado] have been accused of official oppression. Two of them face aggravated perjury and tampering with government records charges. The arrests of the officers account for 15% of the police officers on the force.
    • Update: Pinellas Park, Florida: A state trooper [Daniel Cole] was cleared of charges in the investigation into a shooting at a cemetery [of cemetery Clifford F. Work] by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
    • Catoosa County, Tennessee: A deputy [William Stephen Crossen] has been indicted on 14 charges that center on allegations of sexual exploitation, sodomy, and pornography distribution involving a 16-year-old girl. “Once the facts of the case were known, he was terminated immediately,” said the sheriff’s major.
    • Ocean Springs, Mississippi: A now-former police officer [Steven Ray Futral]has been sentenced to serve five years in prison after authorities found child pornography downloaded to his department issued computer.
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