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Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Tue Apr 17, 2018 11:50 pm

Too many cameras these days.
We roll alone, and better that way. Stealth is the way to go. Less worries.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by M. Kelliher » Tue Apr 17, 2018 11:31 pm

With a prior dept. we worked two in a car, and when Fridays around 10pm rolled around my partner, a civ. and myself would call in a 13 to keep all busy for a while, and slip 6 blocks into another PCT's sector a few block out of out own, and hit a house while all were on the 13. We never shackled. Just ties, and left them in the hallway while we cleared out the case and merch, and then slip back into out Pct., and sector until the next week. One night we came off w/ 22000.00+ and 2 kilo's of yayo. Left the weed and bolted down the fire escape. As far as I know, the perps are still laying face down in the hallway. :lol: :lol: :lol: Man, those were the days. We always enjoyed working the sectors adjacent to the 69, and no knew why.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Mon Apr 16, 2018 7:29 pm

There was a time for about 5 years I was hooked on cocaine. I'd 10-50 known dealers just to take part of their inventory and then let then go. One day one of the dealers knew I was going to hit him so he had a special package for me with Coke cut with something else. I was on the road in my zone at the time and I had to call in sick. I though it was going to kill me. Thankfully it didn't. I learned my lesson. I don't roll dealers for blow anymore. Mostly I stopped doing it now. I might hit a pipe sometimes and I like how focused I am at work but meth fucks up my skini would rather quit. I always feel dirty when I arrested someone for the same things I do. Can you believe att the time I worked at PBSO I was only piss yesterday once when I got hired. It's been over 15 years now, and... Nada.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Det V. Miller » Mon Dec 25, 2017 1:38 pm

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Just one of the worst thing I ever did , was allow a court contractor and an attorney to cover up a Palm Beach Pedophilia Ring by locking up the complainant, and having a judge in our pocket, pull The First Amendment and to shut down PBSOTalk.

http://www.neonnettle.com/videos/673--s ... -sacrifice

Thankfully, Sgt. Reasoner, and Jimmy Stormes was on board with Gaugers plan.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Jewdicial Community » Mon Dec 25, 2017 1:08 pm

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Our women have been trained by radical leftist politicians, schools and KuntKourts. So its really not their fault.
The Vatican has warned us about the dangers about Sharon Bock's agenda, and the fraudulent follow-troughs of the circuits judges. The Vatican leaned a lot about the subject.

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Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Mon Dec 25, 2017 11:33 am

:lol: Merry Christmas to ALL of you whiny malcontents. C ant U nederstand N Ormal T hinking morons.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by The Club » Sun Dec 24, 2017 9:53 pm

Guest wrote:Demario.....keep playing games. Your going to make me a very rich person. Too bad you never worked for NYPD, you dumb fuck transit cop that was fired or forced to resign. Which one was it you fucking hipocratic! Can’t wait to count my money....


Maybe if you join The Knights of Columbus, you'll get a promotion.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Sun Dec 24, 2017 4:56 pm

Demario.....keep playing games. Your going to make me a very rich person. Too bad you never worked for NYPD, you dumb fuck transit cop that was fired or forced to resign. Which one was it you fucking hipocratic! Can’t wait to count my money....

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Sun Dec 10, 2017 9:50 pm

Guest wrote:The worst thing I ever did as a deputy was not stand up for myself and other deputies for fear of retaliation from the administration. THAT HAS ENDED! U have my word.


DITTO ! 8-)

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Sun Dec 10, 2017 4:02 pm

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:The worst thing I ever did as a deputy was not stand up for myself and other deputies for fear of retaliation from the administration. THAT HAS ENDED! U have my word.


Bullshit


Bullshit ? The post was made. What bullshit are you talking about?

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Sun Dec 10, 2017 2:48 pm

Guest wrote:The worst thing I ever did as a deputy was not stand up for myself and other deputies for fear of retaliation from the administration. THAT HAS ENDED! U have my word.


Bullshit

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Sat Dec 09, 2017 7:30 pm

The worst thing I ever did as a deputy was not stand up for myself and other deputies for fear of retaliation from the administration. THAT HAS ENDED! U have my word.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Julio Future Lawyer » Fri Dec 08, 2017 8:54 pm

It's a pity how often we chisel away at our integrity with lies and deceptions to gain small advantages or avoid discomfort. It's not simply that these dishonesties corrupt our lives and endanger the trust that's so important to our relationships, it's that lying becomes a habit, an easy coping mechanism that, more than we care to admit, begins to define our character.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Fri Nov 24, 2017 3:25 pm

That's nothin. Once we had these niggers keep on slinging crack. Me and my partner finally found a way to get them to go elsewhere and deal. Everytime we caught them instead of taking them to jail, we beat the fuck out of them and made them suck our dicks. That fucking problem didn't last long. It was in belvedere estates. Gauger was working then. Ask him about it, he has a lot to say because it was his idea.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Fri Nov 24, 2017 2:01 pm

Man, I never thought I can do it but last night I let a 10-50 give me a blow job. She didn't ask for a break or anything. It wasn't quid pro quo. I asked her if she knows who I stop her. She say no but have you ever get your dick sucked by someone on duty before. I say no. She says would you like to? So she just unzip me and sucking me in this dark parking lot. An after I bust a nut I says to her to drive safely.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Allison » Sat Nov 04, 2017 11:44 pm

Guest wrote:My guess for three cell phones would be one is the personal phone, the other department issued and the other a TracFone for his girlfriend. No one should walk on eggshells in a marriage. Thinking you need to sit down, think hard and examine why you stay with this criminal you call a deputy/husband. Good luck to you.


I think you're right.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Mon Oct 30, 2017 1:08 am

So what? You're just jealous you can't get laid. Nothing wrong with getting a little side on the job. Maybe it was only a BJ, like Clinton.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Sun Oct 29, 2017 12:10 pm

The VCD captain? The guy is a douche. Loves to walk around and talk himself up. Banged a chick in a car, huh? Classy. On his pay, he could afford a motel room you would think.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Sun Oct 29, 2017 9:22 am

Yup, fuck up move up. That's the PBSO motto. Somebody was saying sex on duty? Look at VCD command. Was a lieutenant, meets some slut in the park (who was somebody's else's wife). Climbs in the van and throws her a bang. Civilian calls it in. Lieutenant identified and called into the sheriff (yes, the sheriff). Lies about it to the sheriff's face. No IA investigation. Nothing. Promoted to captain a short while later. Now in charge of one of the biggest divisions in the SO. Fuck up, move up. You bet.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Thu Oct 26, 2017 3:24 pm

Had sex with Gauger's daughter in the back of my TAC car while on a stakeout. Great sex with a great girl.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Thu Oct 26, 2017 5:38 am

My guess for three cell phones would be one is the personal phone, the other department issued and the other a TracFone for his girlfriend. No one should walk on eggshells in a marriage. Thinking you need to sit down, think hard and examine why you stay with this criminal you call a deputy/husband. Good luck to you.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Allison » Wed Oct 25, 2017 8:44 pm

[quote="Guest"]Why can't you just ask him about it? Does he have a bad temper is he abusive and that's why you're afraid to ask?[/quote ]

I walk on egg shells.
Who needs 3 cell phones ? Why does he always walks outside to use them ?

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Tue Oct 24, 2017 6:13 pm

Why can't you just ask him about it? Does he have a bad temper is he abusive and that's why you're afraid to ask?

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Tue Oct 24, 2017 5:48 pm

high priced knee pads

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Allison » Tue Oct 24, 2017 11:50 am

Guest wrote:
Allison wrote:No.
The box weighs about a pound. And its sealed with orange warning tags.
All three tags have the same initials, and seal all three flaps. And I'm too afraid to break the seals and look.
Is there a way to remove the warning sticky seals on the evidence box, , and put them back without anyone knowing?

He does not work in the evidence room. Why would he even have this ?

Believe me, it isn't a big deal u less the media found out. It was probably part of a case that pled out so your husband probably just kept it to have in case he ever needed a throw down. Throw dpwns cpme in teally handy in case you shot some asshole running around criminal niggering. I can tell you that most deputies have throw downs from one source project another.


But the box is sealed. Plus, he keeps another gun with electrical tape around the handle to hold it on.
Besides, why the envelope with the cash? All of a sudden he wants to buy things, and he's wearing a Rolex that he got as a gift from his captain for being on the job 10 years. I never heard of that.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Tue Oct 24, 2017 2:04 am

Allison wrote:No.
The box weighs about a pound. And its sealed with orange warning tags.
All three tags have the same initials, and seal all three flaps. And I'm too afraid to break the seals and look.
Is there a way to remove the warning sticky seals on the evidence box, , and put them back without anyone knowing?

He does not work in the evidence room. Why would he even have this ?

Believe me, it isn't a big deal u less the media found out. It was probably part of a case that pled out so your husband probably just kept it to have in case he ever needed a throw down. Throw dpwns cpme in teally handy in case you shot some asshole running around criminal niggering. I can tell you that most deputies have throw downs from one source project another.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Allison » Tue Oct 24, 2017 12:43 am

No.
The box weighs about a pound. And its sealed with orange warning tags.
All three tags have the same initials, and seal all three flaps. And I'm too afraid to break the seals and look.
Is there a way to remove the warning sticky seals on the evidence box, , and put them back without anyone knowing?

He does not work in the evidence room. Why would he even have this ?

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Tue Oct 24, 2017 12:01 am

Allison wrote:I'm not a law enforcement officer. But My husband is a deputy, I started drinking my wine,taking my meds, and started nosing around.

I found this hidden with several thousands dollars in cash behind his dresser.
What do you people make of it ? Missing Evidence?

Missing Evidence.pdf

Uh, yeah hahaha. Are you married to Sheriff Bradshaw by chance?

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Allison » Mon Oct 23, 2017 9:50 pm

I'm not a law enforcement officer. But My husband is a deputy, I started drinking my wine,taking my meds, and started nosing around.

I found this hidden with several thousands dollars in cash behind his dresser.
What do you people make of it ? Missing Evidence?

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Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Mon Oct 23, 2017 6:36 pm


Not to get off the topic, but I don't know many cops that haven't planted something on a suspect. Sometimes, you get a guy who just won't listen. One time I had a 22 (disturbance call) and I get there and this fucking guy, well I knew if he stayed, it was gonna turn in to a domestic. Who wants to do paper on that shit? All the fucking hoops to jump through, DV advocate forns, pamphlets, and just shit that keeps us from doing important work, like 10-40 at Duffy’s. So I tell this fucking guy he's gotta go but he's sitting there talking shit about How he pays for the house and he ain't going nowhere because he's some hotshot lawyer. Real trailer trash scum somehow living in a really nice Neighborhood off Northlake. Anyway, I had an arrest earlier in my shift where the guy had blow and weed. Nice respectful kid so I charged him for possession under 20 on the weed and told him I was gonna dump out the blow. Well, I kept that shit cause I was gonna do it in my weekend with the old lady but I didn't get the chance. I told that obnoxious shithead to come to my car and talk. When we walked there is asked him for his DL. When he reached in his pocket to get his wallet, I reached do and picked up the coke baggie and told him I saw it fall out of his pocket. Took a bad situation and turned it into a good 1: asshole went to jail, bad situation averted, got an extra felony state for the month, one less lawyer on the street (I made sure the FL Bar got a copy of his cocaine arrest) and a few days later I hooked up with his old lady. Anyway, sometime honesty is not the best policy.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Mon Oct 23, 2017 2:43 pm

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Mon Oct 23, 2017 10:17 am

Guest wrote:Back in the 90s, I was dating a chick I met on a DV case. She was supplying pills to her room mate. Her room mate ODed and died. She call me up worried she going to jail so I go over and we set her house on fire. We did not use excelerents so it look like an electrical fire. The girl got away with it and then we stop dating. Now that I am older I would not do it again unless Im married to her. I done other stuff but that probably the worse

500.01 use of force continuom

Damn dat's some cold ass shit. I ain't never hid no body by burning it but I done gone and frame some niggers up for some 41's because they was mouthingoing off to me an hanging out. I was just arrested them for possession of a milk crate but you know, them fuckin niggers never learn . I seize some of there dope and gave it to my brother to sell also. We both duble our income by doin that. Just shake down some niggers n take there dope. Who hey gonna tell.

I' m sayin 202.00 discipline protocol I been written up enough to know that shit

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Admin » Mon Oct 23, 2017 3:07 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:Lying fuck. Fucking douche bag lying asshole.


People make mistakes. If he says it happened, so what. Sounds like a normal oversight to me.
Not even UN-usual. I've done worst.


Besides. If Demarco were alive, he'd have us all beat.

Just about everyone in the administration had that beat. You have Col. Bradshaw and his on duty affairs, as well as his illegal fraud upon FRS, The Sheriff, stealing guns, Col. Gauger, doing all manner of illegal shit, including illegal investigations, official misconduct, and who else knows what, Robert Van Reeth, who is out in public places with coked-up prostitutes, doing photo shoots with his under age son and, if you believe the man who took the photos, getting blow jobs for cash in the clubhouse... that's just the leadership, and I'm leaving a ton out because I don't have time to write. Losing evidence is such are minor offence at PBSO that Sgt. McAffee, who lost Sgt. Custer's mobile phone during a murder investigation, only got a written repremand.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Mon Oct 23, 2017 2:53 am

Back in the 90s, I was dating a chick I met on a DV case. She was supplying pills to her room mate. Her room mate ODed and died. She call me up worried she going to jail so I go over and we set her house on fire. We did not use excelerents so it look like an electrical fire. The girl got away with it and then we stop dating. Now that I am older I would not do it again unless Im married to her. I done other stuff but that probably the worse

500.01 use of force continuom

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Mon Oct 23, 2017 12:32 am

Big deal, so he lost evidence. Happens all the time, even very important evidence in murder cases. Right Gauger? Custer's phone AND computer both disappeared without a fucking trace, like a farther in the wind.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Sun Oct 22, 2017 11:44 pm

Go ahead. Believe all you hear.

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Sun Oct 22, 2017 10:54 pm

Guest wrote:Lying fuck. Fucking douche bag lying asshole.



It's that dipshit disgraced pbso explorer Anthony Tejeda trying to hide the fact that he is on this website now.....lucky i dont go into details about his criminal activity......heard he sold drugs while at the police academy....real loser

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Yuri » Sun Oct 22, 2017 10:46 pm

Guest wrote:Lying fuck. Fucking douche bag lying asshole.


Really ??? :o
http://www.pbsotalk.ru/posting.php?mode ... 65&p=91854

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So what's new?

Re: Moment of Truth - The worst thing you ever did as a deputy

Post by Guest » Sun Oct 22, 2017 10:32 pm

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:Lying fuck. Fucking douche bag lying asshole.


People make mistakes. If he says it happened, so what. Sounds like a normal oversight to me.
Not even UN-usual. I've done worst.


Besides. If Demarco were alive, he'd have us all beat.

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