Question: If a police officer is fired from his department for making false aligations and lying (fabricating a false charge), should that police officer be given a job in another police department in another county?
Just curious - what are your thoughts. Would love to have some law enforcement personnel weigh in on this one.
PS It has nothing to do with this post. It happened in Clayton County, Morrow PD and the new job is in Guinette County.
Way to go SO! Get these meth heads off the streets! Between them and the wanna be gang bangers, Barnesville is not such a nice place to live anymore. There needs to be some serious head cracking going on!
Thank you again Sheriff Waller, you seem to be listening. Keep up the good work in our community. (if you make another meth arrest this week, I may have to apologize for some of my past comments about you)
Glad I saw a photo of him! In the past years, he has gone through the neighborhood several times asking for odd jobs such as yard work. I have had him to do yard work for myself and my 87 year old neighbor. Scary to think what might have happened. It is a shame that these day you are unable to believe a persons "down on my luck" story and offer a helping hand.
More serious...really? Dont think the meth head threatened a cops life by calling out the cops name on a video posted on you tube? Im sure the officer thought that was a little serious. Apparently the judge too. Dont get me wrong, all the meth heads need to be busted and thrown under the jail too. They are also a waste to society. For some people there is no right and wrong. They do wha they want to do without thought to the consequences....I guess drugs do kill brain cells.