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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Cocaine and Police

Disclaimer: I am not anti-cop, or anti-authority. I respect most of them and am grateful that they risk their lives every day to protect us. The same goes for lawyers and judges. Most are decent people. I have good friends who are police officers. With that out of the way -- here are two stories about Houston cops who got themselves killed messing around with cocaine.

Details shed light on slain officer

He allegedly visited drug house and had sex with prostitute on the night he was killed


April 16, 2011, 12:05AM

On the night he was shot to death, an off-duty Harris County Precinct 4 deputy constable allegedly visited a drug house and a prostitute, according to court records.

Court documents state that shortly before Brewer died, he visited a "dope house" with Hambrick and Sonier, who is accused of robbing and shooting the deputy after he engaged in sex with Hambrick.
In a prepared statement Friday, Precinct 4 Constable Ron Hickman's office said, "This single incident (or set of circumstances) in which Deputy Brewer is believed to have placed himself which led to this tragic outcome should not overshadow his many years of service and dedication."
One of the many (over 120) comments is spot on. "The story says the cop visited a drug house with the two other criminals and later engaged in paid for sex with the woman, whose pimp then shot him in a robbery. It's what everybody thought to begin with, but the badge kept tongues idle for the unwarranted respect that many hold for a piece of metal."

..........and another Houston cop messing round with cocaine.....

April 15, 2011, 6:38AM

Handout photo
Ann O’Donnell, 24, was the first University of Houston police officer to die in the line of duty.

The first University of Houston police officer to die in the line of duty had narcotics in her system when she wrecked her patrol car on a Christmas Eve call, university officials said.
In a statement released Thursday, UH Police Chief Malcolm Davis said Harris County medical examiners found cocaine in officer Ann O'Donnell's system.
O'Donnell, 24, struck a tree about 1 a.m. on Dec. 24 while responding to reports of a possible assault or kidnapping at a fast-food restaurant across the street from Robertson Stadium.
UH police dispatchers lost contact with O'Donnell after the crash. Houston police soon notified them that one of their patrol cars had been involved in a single-car crash along the 4300 block of North 'MacGregor Way.

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