6 CORRUPT Police Officers CAUGHT & SENTENCED TO LIFE..Jul 03, 2023
Corruption, abuse of power is something that happens in all fields of work. In today's video, we take a look at
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corruption scandal. If you could go down and press that, subscribe. button I would really appreciate it anyway, let's move on to the video. This police officer was told to investigate a vehicle. Little did he know that it was actually a bait vehicle and when he went to the vehicle he pocketed the found pills and also over a thousand dollars in cash, he later reported that there was nothing in the car but the police department placed the cash and the pads in this car.
All of this was even captured on the officer's body camera. A corrupt cop is
caughtin the act by his own body camera. video the key piece of evidence led to the conviction of a former mtsu police officer just this month the case began with a missing ar-15 and as newschannel 5's nick barris shows us it ended with an elaborate sting all caught on camera this It's former mtsu officer marco burke's body camera video as he approaches an abandoned vehicle on campus last year what he doesn't know is that this is a setup to see what burke would do when he's tempted to do what he really wants. called an integrity test, chief buddy piester suspected burke had stolen an ar-15 from an mtsu police locker, but couldn't prove it, so murfreesboro police placed a bait car on campus along with some hidden cameras.
Officer Burke received a loan to investigate the abandoned vehicle. He watches as he concentrates on a bottle. of pills which he pockets and then Burke also grabs eleven hundred dollars in cash and another bottle of pills. Moments later, he reports that there is nothing unusual about sending. There were two
sentencedto 25 years and 18 years in prison. This was the largest corruption scandal in Baltimore police history. The leader of the corrupt task force was sent to 25 years and another was
sentencedto 18. Victim Sergeant Wayne Jenkins received 25 years in federal prison today and just moments ago Detective Marcus Taylor received an 18-year sentence.
He gave an incoherent speech before the judge. he says he's innocent he promises to fight this she says she's sorry he feels he wasn't treated fairly she gave the government exactly what they wanted again an 18 year sentence for him the judge sentenced sergeant wayne jenkins to 25 years in a federal prison you have a gun and cocaine, I'd probably say two and a quarter just by looking at him, the former head of the corrupt baltimore police gun tracing task force cried and apologized for crimes that prosecutors say included at least 10 armed robberies, planting evidence, falsifying overtime and selling $1 million worth of drugs, including prescriptions looted from pharmacies after Freddie Gray's death, two police officers arrested on public corruption charges, As I understand it, what these agents were doing was stealing taxpayer money, they would arrive late and leave early, but they log their hours. completely different and take advantage of overtime pay, this is stealing taxpayers' money, they have supposedly made more than one hundred and twenty thousand dollars by doing this.
Federal prosecutors say it was a years-long scheme to fraudulently obtain overtime money, money they say was federal funding to support traffic safety programs like sobriety checkpoints former Lt. Daniel Griffin and the former sergeant william robertson allegedly arrived late for their shifts and left early and falsified records to create the impression that they were working the entire overtime shift griffin and robertson made sure that all their co-conspirators entered the same false number of hours worked into the system and entered false appointment times to make it appear that they were working the full four-hour overtime shift when instead it was slightly less.
U.S. Attorney Andrew Ling says they made profits to the tune of at least $120,000 in taxpayer money these two Columbus police officers were arrested or jailed on federal drug charges the FBI arrested them what's very interesting about this is that these two officers are actually narcotics officers and they are now being jailed on federal drug charges two Columbus police officers are in jail on federal drug charges. NBC 4's Catherine Ross is live at police headquarters with what we're learning about this NB FBI investigation. Yes, honey and Matt, good morning, so far we haven't learned much of what we expect.
Learn details about those cases when officers appear in court later today, but so far the city and the police division here have not released any information. This is what a source confirms to our NBC 4 host, Carrie Charles, they say that officers john kochkowski and marco moreno arrested on federal drug charges by fbi agents on tuesday both officers are part of the cpd narcotics division according to state prison records koch koski is being held at the delaware county jail mourinho is being held at northwest ohio correctional center booking information for both does not include the charges they face.
The two officers are scheduled to face a judge today and that is when we expect many of those records and details in these cases to be revealed as well, but for now live and locally to you. columbus catherine ross nbc4 this police chief was sentenced because he was protecting drug shipments, he had enough to protect and serve and the way he does that is by protecting drug shipments, he said even if he could go back he wouldn't stop doing it. made too much money important developments in another big story we've been following for months was sentencing day for a former police chief donald solomon told undercover agents he was the best cop money could buy and now he's going to prison for that channel alan jennings of 11 is live with the video that led to his conviction and the punishment imposed on him today allen was beaten vince 11 years three months appeared before the judge and apologized to his children, the FBI authorities in general for violating his personal and public rights I trust the former East Washington police chief left the courthouse.
His public defense attorney told him not to talk to me. Meanwhile, U.S. Attorney David Hickton called the 11-year sentence the most appropriate. The videotapes showing actual drug transactions in which he was wearing his uniform, his police car and operating. in a way to protect the transaction and then escort the perpetrators to Interstate 79 was beyond chilling here's that FBI surveillance video of then police chief Don Solomon meeting with who Solomon thought were drug dealers, actually They were FBI agents and FBI informants purchase Tasers for law enforcement. An alleged drug dealer using those Tasers in collection activities were shocking, to say the least, during a year-long investigation, a video secretly filmed by the FBI also captured Solomon expressing his intentions to make thousands of dollars protecting cocaine traffickers and that's not all, there was another line that caught some attention when he was asked if he wanted to continue this type of behavior and he said, hell yeah, Solomon took about $7,800 to protect the alleged drug dealers, will be sentenced to federal prison, will be allowed to self-report and asked the court if he could participate in prison ministry when he gets there when he gets out of prison he will be almost 70 years old live on Grant Street allen jennings channel 11 news and He said I'm the best money, the best compensation, money can buy good, all the money in the world apparently can't keep that cop and former police chief out of jail.
There is a new police chief in town just six days on the job and he is already taking action and already charging several police officers. officers six days on the job and six officers preparing to be charged, this man got his new role and is seriously having an impact on the community, let's hear what he has to say, yes the shoe dropped on some of these officers today that They were apparently surprised in their homes and arrested at least one of them apparently trapped in the road while the Michigan State Police followed him from a certain location the chief managed to take himself and his wife to the Ipsilanti State Police post to turn himself in left slowly and without comment in his chevy truck former police chief mike st andre and his wife sand both charged but free for the night glad it's over he's only been on the job for six days and already robert dickerson has suspended four officers for misconduct and today saw his predecessor, former Chief Mike Saint-Andre, indicted, but several days ago Dickerson wanted to crack down.
However, I was ready to fire him last week due to the fact that they were given direction as I told you in On the phone last week they received direction and supervision from the boss and he basically approved the things that they were doing in that investigation. Action News has learned that four of the six officers charged today are the same four members of the Romulus special police force. investigations unit that were suspended without pay for 30 days last week if you enjoy more videos of criminals or judges, leave a like and subscribe, click on another video on the screen right now to continue watching more videos like this and see you . guys in the next video
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