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National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 12-7-12

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  1. Here are the 9 reports of police misconduct tracked for Friday, December 7, 2012:
    • Lawrence, Indiana: A police officer [Gabriel Slaybaugh]is facing criminal charges. He as been accused of using excessive force during an arrest [victim kicked in head: Robert Riedling, 41].
    • Hurricane, West Virginia: A man [Jan Dennis "J.D." Perry, 44, of Clarksburg] that was suspected of taking items from a store was chased by officers; the high-speed-chase led to a car crash and his death.
    • Kingsbridge, New Jersey: A jury found a detective guilty [Kevin Spellman, 45] of second-degree manslaughter for hitting and killing a grandmother [Drane Nikac, 66] with his car.
    • Update: Houston, Texas: The Department of Justice is investigating the use of excessive force by officers. The investigation includes the case where officers killed a mentally disturbed, double amputee [Brian Claunch, 45].
    • Ormond Beach, Florida: An investigation shows that an officer [Matthew Karparis, 32] got prescriptions for drugs from several different doctors. He was arrested and booked into jail for attempting to fraudulently get a hold of prescription drugs.
    • Binghamton, New York: A police officer [Christopher Stoeckel] who resigned after being charged with a DWI has pleaded not guilty.
    • Dallas, Texas: The family of a man [John Robert Husband III] shot and killed by an officer [Leland Limbaugh] has filed a wrongful death suit against the officer and the police department.
    • Contra Costa County, California: The now-former drug task force commander [Norman Wielsch, 51] pleaded guilty in federal court to a number of felony charges stemming from a police corruption case. The charges included narcotics possession, distribution and sales, theft from a federally funded program, and civil rights violations including illegal search and seizures.
    • Phoenix, Arizona: The officer [George Contreras] accused of masterminding a fraud scheme involving off-duty officers pleaded no contest to the theft charge.
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