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    I need some help on a past history problem.
    I am currently a commissioned officer in missouri. however, about 10 years ago, while unemployed and pretty much a couch potatoe, I started hanging around with the wrong people. anyways, i let a friend(at the time i thought he was a friend but really wasn't) talk me into letting him help me get out of debt, and he took my car and burned it. ok, I know it was/is stupid and please no comments........... but at the time i had my truck rrepowed and as fixin to lose my house and car, so it sounded good. i let him do it and this guy was a career criminal who got busted 6 months later with 15 pounds of pot. so, tryin to cut some time off he told them what i done. long story short, i confessed, and to keepfrom having a felony on my record, took the insurance money and repaid the insurance company and took out a loan to pay off the bank. I thought i had covered my tracks well enough to keep this from going onmy record. well, 10 years later, i have kept my nose clean and am now an officer, but on my record, it still shows 2 warrants that the state trooper issued for my arrest. i was never charged but the warrants are still on my record and everytime i run a criminal records check its there and i have to explain it over and over and over. so how can i get this off my record. i am a differant person now than i was then and wish i had never done it. please, i am looking for advise, not mean comments or personal remarks.\thanks
    "In God we trust, all others are suspects."
    "Remember when someone annoys you, it takes 42 muscles in your face to frown, but only takes 4 to extend your arm and B!TCH SLAP that mother ****er!!!"

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    Resign /Turn Self / Face Judge :: Now a FELON

    This story smells especially since you also posted it in Rookie Corner but the whole thing isn't seeming true.

    No DEPUTY could remain employed under this story. They would be off the job suspended and in jail. Yoiu commited afelony that has just caught up with you and you should do the right thing out of respect for the other deputies and resign and turn yourself in.

    No doubt this story seems strange at best.

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    • #3
      ?

      Originally posted by Bodie
      This story smells especially since you also posted it in Rookie Corner but the whole thing isn't seeming true.

      No DEPUTY could remain employed under this story. They would be off the job suspended and in jail. Yoiu commited afelony that has just caught up with you and you should do the right thing out of respect for the other deputies and resign and turn yourself in.

      No doubt this story seems strange at best.
      i posted in the wrong section. that is your opinion i guess. all i know is, i am looking for advise on how to remove the warrant from my record. i never said i was perfect but i am not like that now, i made 1 mistake and it doesnt have to haunt me for the rest of my life,does it? I make good decisions, do good things for my department and did not post this so you could put me down or whatever you did, but thanks for your imput
      "In God we trust, all others are suspects."
      "Remember when someone annoys you, it takes 42 muscles in your face to frown, but only takes 4 to extend your arm and B!TCH SLAP that mother ****er!!!"

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      • #4
        ?

        and if you would read before posting, you would see i was never charged with a felony and was allowed to take care of the problem. it was not filed or never went to court. there is not a court record of anykind on it. seems strange at best? not true? i post asking for advise and this is the only thing you can come up with. i was being honest and if you can't help me then please do not post. i have since got my post certification and if you knew anything about the interview process you would know you cannot become post certifiedwith a felony on your record. HHHMMMM.............?
        Last edited by deputy.dawg; 07-15-2005, 07:33 AM.
        "In God we trust, all others are suspects."
        "Remember when someone annoys you, it takes 42 muscles in your face to frown, but only takes 4 to extend your arm and B!TCH SLAP that mother ****er!!!"

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Bodie
          This story smells especially since you also posted it in Rookie Corner but the whole thing isn't seeming true.

          No DEPUTY could remain employed under this story. They would be off the job suspended and in jail. Yoiu commited afelony that has just caught up with you and you should do the right thing out of respect for the other deputies and resign and turn yourself in.

          No doubt this story seems strange at best.
          Are you sure he was a deputy when this happened? Way I read it he later was employed by the department.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by deputy.dawg
            I need some help on a past history problem.
            I am currently a commissioned officer in missouri. however, about 10 years ago, while unemployed and pretty much a couch potatoe, I started hanging around with the wrong people. anyways, i let a friend(at the time i thought he was a friend but really wasn't) talk me into letting him help me get out of debt, and he took my car and burned it. ok, I know it was/is stupid and please no comments........... but at the time i had my truck rrepowed and as fixin to lose my house and car, so it sounded good. i let him do it and this guy was a career criminal who got busted 6 months later with 15 pounds of pot. so, tryin to cut some time off he told them what i done. long story short, i confessed, and to keepfrom having a felony on my record, took the insurance money and repaid the insurance company and took out a loan to pay off the bank. I thought i had covered my tracks well enough to keep this from going onmy record. well, 10 years later, i have kept my nose clean and am now an officer, but on my record, it still shows 2 warrants that the state trooper issued for my arrest. i was never charged but the warrants are still on my record and everytime i run a criminal records check its there and i have to explain it over and over and over. so how can i get this off my record. i am a differant person now than i was then and wish i had never done it. please, i am looking for advise, not mean comments or personal remarks.\thanks
            Come on Bodie read for once.

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            • #7
              Resign /Turn Self / Face Judge :: Now a FELON ???????????

              :d Sheesh!
              "In God we trust, all others are suspects."
              "Remember when someone annoys you, it takes 42 muscles in your face to frown, but only takes 4 to extend your arm and B!TCH SLAP that mother ****er!!!"

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              • #8
                Story Still Smells

                Is that state so screwed up that a felony warrant would not have been found and the fact that this guy took care of it still does not mean he did not committ a felony which is a dq almost anyplace.
                No matter how you take care of something he still did it. We have had guys here go to jail for less even years later. Granted I don't agree with what happened to some but it still was the case.

                I read what he wrote but facts are facts

                He committed a Felony
                He admitted to it
                He made restitution
                Warrant is Still On Record.

                Only way I know to get a Warrant set aside is by a judge. So you will have to appear in court with an attorney showing cause as to why warrant should be removed from record

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Matto
                  Are you sure he was a deputy when this happened? Way I read it he later was employed by the department.
                  While I do feel for him, this is a problem. I understand he was not a police officer but he did perpetrate a premeditated felony.

                  It sounds as though the warrant could still be active. The police did not issue the warrant, the state did. The police simply submit PC to the prosecutor. A warrant mean that the elements of the crime were reviewed and the charge was filed.

                  This is something that should have turned up with a minimal background check. He is toast if the press learns of this.

                  The fat lady is singing as we speak...
                  Last edited by Tennsix; 07-15-2005, 08:47 AM.

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                  • #10
                    Like I said IT SMELLS REAL BAD !!!!

                    The story which I read SMELLS as bad as any we have heard here. This guy did committ a felony that should land him in jail. No matter he paid back the insurance company he would have been ordered to do that here. So what if he robbed a gas station as long as he paid the money back he cleras the record.

                    Come on think guys all of you are smarter then this story.

                    He is a FELON and he claims he got hired and is a DEPUTY and background missed this ??? What part of this is true //// NOT MUCH.

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                    • #11
                      Yeah, you are right. I was just trying to get through to Matto. A warrant like that would be in NCIC and any cop runing him would find it.

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                      • #12
                        I absolutely hate to agree with Bodie, but this story sounds phoney to me. He is telling us that these warrants were never discovered during his background check?

                        So what exactly did he do to cover his tracks? He says he was never charged, but there are two outstanding warrants?

                        And now as a full time LEO, he doesn't know how to address the issue of the warrants?
                        Retired

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                        • #13
                          Matto

                          Without addressing all of the problems with this story, he was charged with felony crime(s). A warrant is not issued if charges are not filed. If he is a cop, he should either resigned of be fired. Any PD worth it's salt would have found that history and DQ him from jump.

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                          • #14
                            Bodie, are you baiting troll traps agian?

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                            • #15
                              Not to mention the problem I have with this story.....

                              The only time you have a criminal history record is if you were arrested AND fingerprinted. If this is the case, then charges were indeed filed.

                              The only time a "warrant" would show on NCIC is if it is an active valid arrest warrant. NCIC does not show old, inactive, or served warrants.
                              Sign here. Press hard. You are making five copies.

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