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Thursday, May 5, 2016

In the not all veterans and cops are heroes department:

San Antonio police officer charged with sexually assaulting child weekly for 4 years
SAN ANTONIO — A five-year veteran of the San Antonio Police Department was arrested on Monday night and charged with sexually assaulting a child.
Juan Ruiz-Carrillo, 47, was taken into custody shortly after 9 p.m. on the second-degree felony charge, according to SAPD spokesman Sgt. Jesse Salame.
According to an arrest warrant affidavit, Ruiz-Carrillo is suspected of sexually assaulting the teen on a nearly weekly basis for about four years. The document alleges that the abuse began when the victim was 15, and that he told her that he would kill himself if she told anyone what was going on.

Was This Cop a Gangster Disciples Executioner?
An Army vet turned cop allegedly performed hits for the fearsome Gangster Disciples street gang, according to a massive new federal indictment.
Atlanta cop is one of 32 people in metro Atlanta named in a federal indictment targeting Gangster Disciples leaders and their henchmen, who are accused of a slew of racketeering charges including murder, drug trafficking, and wire fraud. Two suspects are still at large.

Police: Central Texas deputy choked girlfriend after she got dog poop on him, pointed gun at her.
Mario Bernard Johnson, a 27-year-old Williamson County sheriff's deputy, was charged Sunday on with assault/family violence by house member impeding breathing/circulation, according to Williamson County Jail.
The victim told investigators that Johnson regularly uses defensive moves he learned at the sheriff's academy to "control" her.

Florida attorney disbarred after admitting rampant illegal drug use, phone sex with jailed clients
Cocaine, crack, ecstasy, acid and meth are some of the drugs one now-disbarred Florida public defender allegedly took while having sexually inappropriate relationships with clients, an investigation by the state bar found. 

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