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    Memphis police officer was having an affair, got the girl pregnant, then shot her just before his shift started. Initial reports were that she was going public with the affair

    http://www.commercialappeal.com/news...-faces-charge/

    Memphis police officer charged in slaying
    Admits to shooting death of woman, investigators say

    A Memphis police officer was charged with second-degree murder Wednesday after a short-term affair with a woman ended with multiple gunshots.

    Chancy K. Jones, 37, was charged in the killing of Phyllis Malone, 31, who was found slumped at the wheel of her 2004 blue Chevrolet Impala at about 6 a.m. Tuesday near the Back Yard Burgers restaurant at 1709 Whitten.

    Jones has admitted to the shooting, according to court documents.

    Police said the couple had arranged to meet at the restaurant and that it appeared Malone was shot in her car. She apparently had been shot in the head, although an autopsy report is not complete.

    Jones, who is married, was arrested in middle of his shift Tuesday evening and charged.

    "He didn't act any differently when he came to work," Police Director Larry Godwin said. "When we got the information (about his possible involvement), we acted as soon as we had it. We acted immediately.


    Jones worked as a Shelby County corrections officer from 1998 until 2005, when he was fired for abandoning his post.

    The county Civil Service Merit Board modified Jones' termination to a 90-day suspension without pay and six months of probation beginning on the date of his reinstatement.

    By then, however, Jones was an MPD recruit. Since Shelby County requires all employees to hold the county as their primary employee, Jones had to choose between the two jobs. He resigned from the division of corrections a day after accepting reinstatement.

    During his years as a corrections officer, Jones had multiple disciplinary actions against him beginning in 2001.

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    Man. I cant believe he went back to work after comitting this. Good thing hes caught.
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    • #3
      How did he manage to get picked up and hired by Memphis PD after being fired from another agency for a flagrant violation of policy and procedure. Darn foolish IMHO!.
      Be courteous to all, but intimate with few, and let those few be well tried before you give them your confidence!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Tucker6900 View Post
        Man. I cant believe he went back to work after comitting this. Good thing hes caught.
        He didnt go back, he started his shift.

        SgtCHP- He was on leave from the CO job when he got this job. They legally couldnt say anything at that point because he was still employed.

        *funny thing with employment is legally they can only say yes he was here from this date to this date. Yes / no on rehirable. anything else could be called slander.*

        He had many disaplaine against him, says the story. Either He had a boss that liked him and just didnt go allt he way to cover himself, or he had dirt on someone that keep him that paycheck until the suspention thing came along.
        Sad but not every person is set for this type of work.
        ‘Some cause happiness wherever they go; others, whenever they go.’
        Oscar Wilde

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        • #5
          That's horrible!
          Time flies...it's up to you to be the navigator.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by texaschickeee View Post
            He didnt go back, he started his shift.
            Apples and oranges. Same damn thing.

            Originally posted by texaschickeee
            SgtCHP- He was on leave from the CO job when he got this job. They legally couldnt say anything at that point because he was still employed.
            *funny thing with employment is legally they can only say yes he was here from this date to this date. Yes / no on rehirable. anything else could be called slander.*
            This is where you're wrong, again. It's a common misconception among law enforcement that current employers can't say anything about you or your record. In most cases, your disciplinary file IS public record and a potential employer CAN ask questions of your current employer and they CAN answer them, as long as they are truthful in their comments, they can tell them whatever the hell they want about you. If you're a lazy cop, and it's documented, have at it. Never to work on time, they can relay this information. If those things aren't true, sure it could be slander. But as long as the information is correct, they can say whatever the hell they want.
            Why are there so many babies on O.com? Creole, you and your buddy JPSO Recruit help me out on this one....

            * "Preach always, if necessary, use words!" St Francis of Assisi

            * Luke Chapter 6, Verses 27-36

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            • #7
              Originally posted by texaschickeee View Post
              He didnt go back, he started his shift.

              SgtCHP- He was on leave from the CO job when he got this job. They legally couldnt say anything at that point because he was still employed.

              *funny thing with employment is legally they can only say yes he was here from this date to this date. Yes / no on rehirable. anything else could be called slander.*

              He had many disaplaine against him, says the story. Either He had a boss that liked him and just didnt go allt he way to cover himself, or he had dirt on someone that keep him that paycheck until the suspention thing came along.
              Sad but not every person is set for this type of work.
              Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored. -- Aldous Huxley
              Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity. -- Albert Einstein

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              • #8
                California has a law that requires employers to release information in the applicant's personnel file.
                Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored. -- Aldous Huxley
                Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity. -- Albert Einstein

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by towncop View Post
                  But as long as the information is correct, they can say whatever the hell they want.
                  Which is why documentation is so important. Nothing would squelch a slander suit about releasing bad work habits faster than a stack of paperwork confirming it.
                  “We don't disagree, you are wrong. Until you have a clue what you are talking about we can't disagree.” - cgh6366

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