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  • towncop
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    Originally posted by WadsonF
    Also, taught me more about being a cop than the regular MPD guys did. This is unbelieveable.
    If this statement is true, I truely, truely feel sorry for the officers of the Melbourne police department.

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  • StudChris
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    Originally posted by WadsonF
    He says he is still going to go for it. GL, I say.
    You can't be LEO with a felony conviction (the whole not being allowed to own firearms turns into an issue... well that's the smallest issue of the whole thing but you know). Even if all of his charges were to get dropped (which as I said before are extermely unlikely), there's no department in the country (and yes I will go out on a limb and say that) that will hire someone at any time in their life with that kind of arrest.

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  • WadsonF
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    Originally posted by C.I.HOG
    Big difference from being a police officer and impersonating one. I think he better find a new career.
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  • C.I.HOG
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    Big difference from being a police officer and impersonating one. I think he better find a new career.

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  • StudChris
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    Originally posted by StudChris
    I'm not sure what all charges he got, but I know that atleast Burglary to a government building, theft of a government vehicle, and impersonating an officer are all possible. Do you know exactly what he was charged with? Dropping maybe one of the charges is possible (possibly if he's been charged with burglary) to make things more likely with the auto theft and impersonation (if he was charged with those), but highly unlikely that all of the charges will be dropped to misdemeanors.

    Nevermind just re-read and saw that he was charged with all of those plus using a police badge and unlawful use of a police frequency, so I'd say if anything were going to get dropped or lowered it'd be those 3. Maybe if the ASAs wanted to make some kind of deal they may work with one of the first 3, but I definately hope they throw the perverbial book at him.

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  • StudChris
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    Originally posted by WadsonF
    He's out of of the JDC, and says his charges will or might get dropped to a misdemanor.

    Possible?

    I'm not sure what all charges he got, but I know that atleast Burglary to a government building, theft of a government vehicle, and impersonating an officer are all possible. Do you know exactly what he was charged with? Dropping maybe one of the charges is possible (possibly if he's been charged with burglary) to make things more likely with the auto theft and impersonation (if he was charged with those), but highly unlikely that all of the charges will be dropped to misdemeanors.

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  • WadsonF
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  • WadsonF
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    Originally posted by bravo72
    To my belief he was not an explorer, he was dismissed a year ago. He wasn't let back in the program, but was allowed back to the department to participate in ride a longs for a class.

    He might as well cancel out becoming a cop...

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  • bravo72
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    Originally posted by WadsonF
    Still does. I'm unable to seem him because of the lack of respect that I have for what he did in that situation.



    Does not end there,
    + Lost his commander role of Melbourne Highschools, FL011 ROTC
    + Lost respect from the police officers
    + Felony
    + No more 5-0 school, for 3 years (as per brevard BCC standards.)
    + Already was dismissed from the explorers program once, and was let back after a few months of decision making
    + Is only 17
    To my belief he was not an explorer, he was dismissed a year ago. He wasn't let back in the program, but was allowed back to the department to participate in ride a longs for a class.

    He might as well cancel out becoming a cop...

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  • WadsonF
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    Originally posted by Tackelberry44
    didn't hog boy live in melbourne????
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    Originally posted by Tecumseh
    What a jackass move.
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  • Tackelberry44
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    didn't hog boy live in melbourne????

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  • Tecumseh
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    What a jackass move.

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  • dogma vs karma
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    Originally posted by LCPLPunk
    Wow, hopefully my friend with the same name won't get in trouble. :P
    hopefully your friend has a different social and less acne.

    the kid swiping the car is the least of melbourne pd's problems.

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  • LCPLPunk
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    Wow, hopefully my friend with the same name won't get in trouble. :P

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  • StudChris
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    Originally posted by WadsonF
    What really sucks about this situation,

    The kid arrested, was my ROTC commander in Highschool. Also, taught me more about being a cop than the regular MPD guys did. This is unbelieveable.

    Officer Brian Smith, is a good cop. If he was not riding that area, I think ramon would of gotten away. Officer smith, usually drives the Babcock / University area. Far away from where this stop took place.
    I saw this on the news yesterday, and literally laughed my butt off.

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