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Postby Anonymous » Wed Jul 17, 2013 8:16 pm

When the site went online!
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Postby Anonymous » Thu Jul 18, 2013 12:44 am

Yeah, some stuff is ridiculous, but the fact is that there is tremendous internal conflict among yourselves/department and some of the investigations are mediocre, and the back stabbing is out of control, few practice what they preach and the chief is one of the many useless waste of money here.
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Postby Anonymous » Thu Jul 18, 2013 7:46 am

Then post the currtption, post the back stabbing, post all the stuff that is occurring. The chief can't stop us, and it won't get better if these people know it'll all stay a secret. Once it's exposed they get scared n know they need to watch their backs. Hagan won't get his LT bars back and ill see to that. I have plenty of stuff on him to go to the media about.
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Postby Anonymous » Thu Jul 18, 2013 12:04 pm

July 2013
Officers Rade Momirovich and Covelle Padgett

West Palm Beach (FL) Police Department



Officers Rade Momirovich and Covelle Padgett
Washington, DC—The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has announced the selection of Officers Rade Momirovich and Covelle Padgett, of the West Palm Beach (FL) Police Department, as its Officers of the Month for July 2013.

On the evening of March 5, 2012, officers from the West Palm Beach (FL) Police Department were dispatched to a reported shooting at a local gas station. When they arrived, the initial responding officers found a man who was shot in the face and leg. The victim said he fled from the Springbrook Commons apartment complex down the street after being shot, and that the assailant was still in the area. The officers heard the sound of gunfire coming from the same direction in which the victim had reportedly been shot.

Driving in separate marked vehicles, Officers Covelle Padgett and Rade Momirovich were the first to arrive at the scene of the shooting. Just as their vehicles came to a stop, dispatch radioed that the suspect was in front of Building 5560. Due to poor lighting in the area, the officers didn’t realize they had pulled up to the exact location where the suspect lay in wait to ambush responding officers. As Officer Momirovich opened the door of his vehicle, the gunman opened fire. Trapped in the front seat, Officer Momirovich fired back at the gunman. Meanwhile, Officer Padgett took a defensive position behind his vehicle. Once the magazine in the gunman’s 9mm semiautomatic was empty, he dropped the weapon and fled.

As Officer Momirovich ran from his vehicle to find cover, the suspect emerged and chased Officer Momirovich with a large “samurai” style sword. Officer Momirovich simultaneously tried to reload his weapon while running from the sword-wielding assailant. Just as the assailant closed in to strike Officer Momirovich, Officer Padgett fired and fatally struck the assailant. Once this happened, Officer Momirovich realized that he had been hit.

A round from the assailant’s weapon had hit the steel cross bar inside Officer Momirovich’s police vehicle, and then fragmented, striking Officer Momirovich in the shoulder. Another bullet fragment struck him in the left side of his protective vest near his rib cage. Medical personnel recognized Officer Momirovich was suffering from shock in addition to his gunshot wounds. He was transported to a nearby hospital.

Both officers demonstrated extraordinary heroism that evening. There is no doubt that, had it not been for Officer Padgett’s actions that evening, the assailant would most likely have killed Officer Momirovich.

Today, both officers are back to full duty and continue to serve the citizens of West Palm Beach. Officers Padgett and Momirovich are members of the Fraternal Order of Police and the Police Benevolent Association, and collectively have served with the department for 9 years.

Located in the nation’s capital, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund is a nonprofit organization dedicated to honoring the service and sacrifice of America’s law enforcement officers. The Memorial Fund’s Officer of the Month Award Program began in 1996 and recognizes federal, state, and local officers who distinguish themselves through exemplary law enforcement service and devotion to duty.

Officers Momirovich and Padgett, along with the other Officers of the Month Award winners for 2013, will be honored at a special awards luncheon in Washington, DC, in May 2014, during National Police Week. In addition, their stories of heroism and service will be featured in the Memorial Fund’s annual calendar.

The Police Unity Tour is the official sponsor of the Memorial Fund's Officer of the Month Program.




Padgett, your fat a$$ don't deserve a freaking thing except a free membership to LA Fitness fatboy camp.
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Postby Anonymous » Fri Jul 19, 2013 5:43 am

He accidentally shot the offender because he was reaching for a donut.
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Postby Anonymous » Fri Jul 19, 2013 2:32 pm

Choot em
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Postby Anonymous » Fri Jul 19, 2013 2:44 pm

Heard we are going to be taken over soon. Get ready to go green !!
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Postby Anonymous » Fri Jul 19, 2013 8:54 pm

I'm not wearing one of those faggity green uniforms. They look like Grouper Troopers in those ridiculas things. Well, seeing how raban was the best and toughest cop there explains a lot. Punisher....hahahahah
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Postby Anonymous » Fri Jul 19, 2013 11:08 pm

I've heard the same, I asked our fairy chief today and the fag said he would not confirm or deny it. Anyways, you thought the PBSO greens were bad, wait till you see their new uniforms. Holy freaking toad looking!!
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Postby Anonymous » Sun Jul 21, 2013 6:09 pm

Good maybe PBSO can straighten out the shenanigans in patrol and in dispatch!
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Postby Anonymous » Mon Jul 22, 2013 12:20 pm

lol you guys talk like going green is something secret that happens behind the scenes... if it's going to happen, it would be in the news and deliberated by the city commission... has that been announced and I missed it?
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Postby Anonymous » Mon Jul 22, 2013 6:34 pm

This place ain't going green, I wish it did, I rather for for better a$$ holes.
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Postby Anonymous » Tue Jul 23, 2013 9:02 pm

My new Lt is a pain in the butt. Can some one help?
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Postby Anonymous » Wed Jul 24, 2013 4:23 am

[quote="Anonymous"]My new Lt is a pain in the butt. Can some one help?[/quote]

Just call the news media and give them their name. Media can find some good stuff, every person is a criminal. Cine, Kelly, Detter, Padgett, McDonald, Branch, Ruiz, Hagan, Harrell, White, LaBlonc, Magahe.....
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Postby Anonymous » Wed Jul 24, 2013 6:04 am

Transfer to north end.... they have a lot of fun there. Be sure to buff up on some roids.
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Postby Anonymous » Wed Jul 24, 2013 7:47 pm

[quote="Anonymous"]Transfer to north end.... they have a lot of fun there. Be sure to buff up on some roids.[/quote]

Shot up today actually while I was at the gym. Ain't that right Sanacruz. Next time to stick it in so hard. You just wait buddy till I stick you.... I'm goin in
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Postby Anonymous » Fri Jul 26, 2013 6:20 pm

Whatever happened with Maginlee or however you spell his name
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Postby Anonymous » Fri Jul 26, 2013 10:32 pm

Which one? The soap opera queen McGinley, or the baby elephant McGinley?
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Postby Anonymous » Sat Jul 27, 2013 5:32 am

Haven't heard anything about either one yet. Now Bolivar is a different story....
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Postby Anonymous » Sat Jul 27, 2013 11:23 am

[quote="Anonymous"]Haven't heard anything about either one yet. Now Bolivar is a different story....[/quote]

What's happening with him?
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Postby Anonymous » Sun Jul 28, 2013 10:51 am

The chief seems like a lost puppy, a chubby one at that. The type of chub who back in elementary school would get his tiny dick caught in his zipper on a daily basis.
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Postby Anonymous » Sun Jul 28, 2013 12:05 pm

What the Chief shows is traits of someone that was picked on and bullied because he was overweight, slow, and out of shape, his entire life. He has a lower level of self esteem growing up. He was powerless and not good in sports. He was rejected by others in school and society. These are all psychological traits he shows, as a chief. He feels rewarded by his power to make decisions now, and believe he is worthy of himself. He
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Postby Anonymous » Sun Jul 28, 2013 12:20 pm

Continued from above: he places values of himself nlow to justify all the lonely years of his life. If this Man was so concerned with family, he would have stayed in Cincinnati and retired to take care of them, but he chooses himself instead and greed of power to fill a void in his life. Chief Demasi clearly shows these instability traits which is a historic personality disorder. This man cannot be changed. He even boasts about being 37 years in the force. Q:Who does that? A: person who is selfish to not see the value of family, and feels the need to be empowered, clearly a mental disorder with the inestimable will for more power due to social regection and self identity issues.
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Postby Anonymous » Mon Jul 29, 2013 6:31 pm

Don't worry Kummerlen and Kalil will fix it all with their group to help them fix everything. Stop by Ia in the morning but hurry seats go fast.
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Postby Anonymous » Mon Jul 29, 2013 6:53 pm

Wait, it will be better with the Kummerlen and Kalil team
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Postby Anonymous » Mon Aug 05, 2013 4:52 am

You twa*s really are scared of chief's threats bout posting on here huh??? Stop bein a puss, that baldo can't do sh*t. What's new n exciting fuc*ers?

Lol who's been arrested this week?
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Postby Anonymous » Mon Aug 05, 2013 7:44 pm

While it is the first time they are being investigated for firing their guns, it’s not the first time the four city police officers involved in last week’s shooting have been subjects of a department investigation.
Officers David Washington, Christian Tomas and Christopher Clark and Sgt. Joseph Herb are still on paid administrative leave while the internal affairs department investigates the July 31 shooting of Moses McCray, a 31-year-old convicted felon.
Police say McCray twice tried to speed his car into the officers while on Alpha Street, then pointed a pistol at Herb, prompting Herb and Tomas to fire their guns. McCray was shot “several” times and is recovering at St. Mary’s Medical Center.
McCray faces charges of assault on an officer and possession of a weapon by a convicted felon. Besides an investigation by city police, the Palm Beach County State Attorney’s Office will examine the case to determine if the shooting was necessary and if the charges McCray faces are appropriate.
All four officers have been the subject of complaints throughout their time with the department, and two of them have been disciplined more than once, according to their internal affairs files.
Clark, who has been with the city since August 2006, is the subject of four complaints since 2008 and has been disciplined six times since 2007, according to his file.
The most severe discipline he received was a 60-hour suspension in 2011. The suspension came after he and another officer while off-duty were arrested in Jupiter in 2010. The two officers were arrested on criminal mischief after police believed they vandalized two cars in a parking garage during a drunken night on the town. The Palm Beach County State Attorney’s Office did not file charges.
In 2009 Clark was suspended for 16 hours after he punched an intoxicated man who wouldn’t sit properly in a patrol car. He punched him in the face and then asked if he “wanted another,” according to his file.
Clark’s actions were found to be inappropriate and in violation of the department’s policy on using physical force. Clark was suspended for eight hours in 2008 after he accidentally damaged a car window while off-duty in a nightclub parking lot in Davie.
Herb, who has been with the department since December 1999, is the subject of 16 complaints and has been disciplined three times, according to his file.
Herb received three written reprimands for failing to appear at a deposition, attend a department meeting and properly search a vehicle during a 2003 sting. Three shotguns and a box of shotgun shells were discovered inside the vehicle at a towing facility, according to his file.
Washington, who has been with the department since May 2008, and Tomas, who has been employed since June 2007, have not been disciplined. Washington is the subject of three complaints and Tomas five.
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Postby Anonymous » Mon Aug 05, 2013 9:29 pm

Who cares.....thank God we have cops like them.
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Postby Anonymous » Tue Aug 06, 2013 1:14 am

All those problems and those cops are still hired with the city? There is definitively a cover up here. That Clark cop was probably drinking booze that night.
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Postby Anonymous » Tue Aug 06, 2013 3:08 am

Just shows that with all that training, all 4 officers "Herb, Clark, Washington, Tomas" combined, don't even know how to shoot. Guess the steroids don't work well with learning how to shoot Herbbie! Word is all you shoot is blanks! MUST BE TRUE
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Postby Anonymous » Tue Aug 06, 2013 8:06 am

Kalil and Kummerlin can you spell what a frigin joke! Abbott and Costello, Dumb and Dumber ring a bell?
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Postby Anonymous » Fri Aug 09, 2013 6:34 am

Anyone know what all herb is in trouble for, other than this new shooting? Stays he has be disaplined 16 times but don't say for what. I know him personally and wanted to get his past so I know If I can trust him.
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Postby Anonymous » Fri Aug 09, 2013 10:47 am

Herb was in trouble for Steroid use, old man like that can't be fit on his own without the shot and is still hooked. No different than a crack head, except he's not judged and doesn't go to jail, hell not even fired.
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Postby Anonymous » Fri Aug 09, 2013 11:07 am

Who's the dyke on your motors unit?

D/S Hightower
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Postby Anonymous » Fri Aug 09, 2013 6:42 pm

Can some one explain how 2 fat out of shape officers , Momirovich and Padgett fatally shot a criminal, two slobs, like the new chief that are on an all you can eat donut and trans fat diet and yet these four so called athletic officers, Herb, Clark, Washington, Tomas, who party all night drinking all day all MMA crap and weight lifting health wannabes gym enthusiastas who think they are macho men #1 in the police force, and can't even shoot right. 4 officers can't even do what these two out of shape meatballs did. That says alot. These four should just get suspended for the embarrassment alone. 3 of the 4 officers that don't know how to shoot have even talked crap about the fatties before and after their shooting incident. You guys are hypocrites and bad shots too.
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Postby Anonymous » Sun Aug 11, 2013 6:58 am

Harrell, Ruiz, McDonald, Branch, Clarke, Hisser, Sanacruz, J Kelly, Pike, White, Hagan, Santana, Cognetti, Malee, Cink, Maldonado, Graves, Babcock and Kummberlan. How many more criminals here are cops?
Its sad and scary the cops can't even be trusted. Isn't ethics taught in school?
What has happened to physically fit officers that are trustworthy, have integrity & personal courage? Have we lost sight of what a law enforcement officer is suppose to be and how they should live their lives by leading by example (the right way). All you have proven to the youth of law enforcement is you can do wrong and get away with it. Don't worry lil teapots, you will be my examples.
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Postby Anonymous » Sun Aug 11, 2013 2:47 pm

Then go ahead and point out what each one of these officers has done.
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Postby Anonymous » Sun Aug 11, 2013 4:28 pm

Graves & Babcock- Overtime violation
Ruiz- DUI
Cognetti- Bangin Malee and more info to come
Hagan- Sleeping on duty
Harrell, McDonlad and Cink- Steroids
Clarke and Pike- Burglary / Criminal Mischief
All I know of on the ones that person posted
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Postby Anonymous » Sun Aug 11, 2013 4:41 pm

They won't. They can't. Fuck off. Have a nice day!??
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Postby Anonymous » Sun Aug 11, 2013 7:21 pm

[quote="Anonymous"]They won't. They can't. Fuck off. Have a nice day!??[/quote]
Which one are you?? By your response your one of these waste of air individuals.
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