Wednesday, February 28, 2007


Jailed man says he was framed by cops, sues for $24 million

Let the settlements begin. This suit stems from the SOS scandal.


Don't think the guys over at SCC would mind us reposting their post here.

Slapping Around Checkerboard Chat
LONG POST. Evidently, we've been tweaked by the boys over at the "Official" blog of the Chicago Police Department. We say "tweaked" because their effort is a really half assed attempt to seize the high ground after getting punked and owned by a reader of ours. Well, we're about to slap them around big time and hand them their ass - strap in boys and girls. Our comments are in the italics. And by the way, if Pat Camden had anything to do with the below post, we'll eat our hat, but as his name is on the bottom, he's getting the same treatment:

Are We For Real. . . or What?
Well, I guess we are "official"! We've gotten hate mail, coded messages. . . the works! It's funny, though. I thought that the biggest critics would be the so-called "unappreciative public" or even the "unscrupulous media". HA! WRONG!!

(We don't know about hate mail and how it makes you "official." Usually, hate mail means someone somewhere really dislikes you. We've gotten a ton of it, too. So now we're "official"? And what makes you think the public or the media actually knows about you? Or cares? You're a bunch of sanitized press releases for crissake.)

If you haven't taken the time to really check us out, I'll simply remind you that we ARE "of, by and for the Police". The REAL police, not the clout-heavy police, not the "whining" police--the every day copper who straps on a duty-belt, gets in a squad and does the job. If you think the site is all BS or propaganda or whatever, do me a favor and don't use it. This site has been created to get factual information to the rank and file and also let the public see the everyday success stories of the Chicago Police Department. We are here to give information, provide a voice and FINALLY give credit to the men and women of this Department who truly deserve it. . . YOU. . . the "everyday copper."

(BWAHAHAHAHAHA. You are "of...the REAL police"? Since when? In what parallel universe are you living? When was the last time either one of you bozos strapped on a full duty belt? Besides Closed Market. And we haven't seen Pat in a Closed Market car lately. Bravo on the giving credit to unsung heroes though - that's about the only thing worthy of mention on your site. As to your being propaganda, didn't you notice that every comment must be approved by the Office of the Superintendent? You tools.)

Those of us working on this blog do so because WE WANT TO. Believe it or not, there are still a lot of police officers who take pride and honor in the work they do. There are problems and issues that make us unhappy with the job, that is part of life. But then again, do you know of ANY job that is problem-free? (If so, send me an application--I could use a stress-free gig!)

(Glad you "WANT TO" work on a blog - we'll bet it's a great gig to get paid $60,000+ a year to do also. Thanks for acknowledging that there are problems and stresses on this job - how about addressing a few of them? Like how to get that $60,000+ rewriting press releases and tossing them up on a website. Morons. We take pride in everything we do, too, but we're doing it in the trenches, not from a sanitized cubicle.)

If you simply want to rant, rave, whine, moan and complain without adding anything constructive, find someplace else to spend your time. Coded messages and inappropriate comments (while creative and SOMETIMES humorous) are not what we are about and will not be posted. There's plenty of space to do that. . . elsewhere.

(Hey! You must mean us. Thanks! It must be nice to be so far separated from the reality of District law enforcement that you have no fucking idea what we put up with in an eight-hour shift - backlog 4 or more hours per tour, lunch denials, stupid bosses, dangerous bosses, 2-year wonders working inside, unattainable mission goals based on what some computer geek decides is the "correct" approach to policing, etc. Need we go on? Humor is what we've got - and we are DAMN proud to provide coppers with what they want, not what the bosses THINK they want.)

Criticism is cool. Stupidity is not. Police officers already face enough adversity on a daily basis. There are enough "haters" out there without us having to turn on each other.

(Have you trolled through our comments sections lately? We can cite dozens of instances where our readers have been denied their posts being published on your site because they bring up uncomfortable truths about the Department writ large. And stop with the pretend concern about what adversity officers face on a daily basis - you have no fucking clue.)

If you are proud to do the job, say so. If you don't like the job, quit. It's easy to be "controversial" and "subversive" when you can do so with an electronic pseudonym. If you have a legitimate complaint or concern, you are more than welcome to express an intelligent opinion. If your concern is legitimate, have the courage to sign your name.

We do..... John Henry and Pat Camden.

(That's real mature - "if you don't like the job, quit." This Department can't hire enough bodies as it is - or don't you remember the days of 35,000 applicants dwindling to under 3,000 for three tests a year? And the bodies that are actually hired are either (A) burned out by the time they get 10 years on or (B) so clout heavy that they never see the inside of a squad car outside of their training cycles.

Fuck you, you sanctimonious pieces of shit. It's morons like you who have and are destroying the greatest job known to mankind. We'd love to have a job writing a blog for the Department at $60 grand a year. We'd love to be the son of a State's Attorney who was a Dick for barely a year, got promoted to Sergeant, and as his first-ever assignment gets to be Sergeant of Dicks at Area Four. Or the daughter of a certain retired exempt who gets an entire spot created for her along with take-home vehicle, all paid for by Federal money.

And a great big FUCK YOU to the snide comment about us being "controversial" and subversive" with an electronic pseudonym. Fuck You. You are naive beyond belief if you think for a moment that any one of us here would have anything like a normal career or a normal life or a normal assignment the minute our name was attached to an alternative blog. We'd be hammered. We'd be bricked. We'd be walking a foot post in a district located at the furthest point from our actual geographic home. No thanks. Our name isn't Pat Camden or John Henry and thank god for that - at least we still have our balls attached to our bodies. And we did notice that you allow anonymous comments anyway - are your commentators afraid to be accused of being company suckasses? You speak with forked tongues, hmmm?

Here's a challenge for you jackasses - let's see your numbers. Throw up a Sitemeter counter open to the public. Lets see how your numbers stack up against any of the other blogs out there. Let the Free Market decide who coppers want to read. Of course, it's easier for you to pretend to be the voice of the Department when you can just have the Department censors block out an entire swath of websites that just happen to have the "blogspot" name attached to them. We'll bet we know what the numbers read, because even with an unlevel playing field, we're still pulling in almost 2,500 visits a day and moderating over 200 comments a day. We don't think you've published 200 comments total yet.

So, John Henry, you steel-driving man, that twinge you feel is a steel rod being driven up your ass courtesy of the alternative blogs. And Pat Camden, if you had anything to do with the listed post, we are truly ashamed of you. We hope it isn't really you because you seem to be such an advocate for the street guys and gals on camera. Don't forget to pick up your asses on the way out the door.)

Well said guys!

Tuesday, February 27, 2007


Did the Drudge Report Help Tank the Stock Market?
Here's a headline sure to spook any investor or economist: "Greenspan warns of likely U.S. recession." That was the headline right near the top of the widely surfed Drudge Report yesterday afternoon and this morning, referring to a speech that former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan made the other day via satellite to a business conference in Hong Kong. Many market watchers are blaming those comments– along with a weak durable goods report and the plunge in the Chinese stock market – for today's stock market sell-off

Cheney unhurt after deadly blast at Afghan base
Suicide bomber reportedly kills up to 23; Taliban says VP was the target MSNBC

Daley cruises to 6th term
No big surprise here. Let the command changes begin.

THIS ONE IS WORTH A LAUGH! Scottish Sobriety Test

Monday, February 26, 2007


Mexican anger over US 'trespass'
Many Mexicans see the border barrier as offensive
Mexico's Congress has condemned what it says is a border violation by US workers building a controversial barrier between the two countries.

Legislators say workers and equipment building a section of the barrier have gone 10 metres (yards) into Mexico.

Seriously? 1.2 million illegal immigrants were arrested in 2005 crossing the border. Where is the outrage over that? Their complaints aren't based on an "ugly" fence going up between neighbors. Their concerns are for the new hurdles that "illegals" will have to face. Without "illegals" freely pouring into this country Mexico has to face its inability to exist without the influx of dollars that "illegals" send back home.


Guns in police custody fell into criminal hands
Audit sealed for years also shows drugs missing

February 26, 2007
I has the misfortune of being detailed to ERPS while recovering from an IOD (light duty) in the late 90's. When I had arrived the drug theft cases had already occurred. I worked in the drug vault and had routinely found drug bags misfiled. I would be willing to bet that a large portion of missing drugs was due to an archaic filing system and not necessarily theft.
Working in that place was one of the worst experiences I have yet to encounter on this job. Definitely a motivator to return to work.


Endorsed Candidates – 2007 Municipal Elections
Mayor No Endorsement
City Clerk No Endorsement
City Treasurer No Endorsement

Aldermanic Ward
1st No Endorsement
2nd Larry Doody
3rd No Endorsement
4th No Endorsement
5th No Endorsement
6th No Endorsement
7th No Endorsement
8th No Endorsement
9th Anthony A. Beale*
10th John A. Pope**
11th James A. Balcer**
12th Carina E. Sanchez
13th Frank J. Olivo*
14th Edward M. Burke**
15th Shawn D. Monroe, Sr.
16th L. Elizabeth Lewis
17th No Endorsement
18th Lona Lane*
19th Virginia A. Rugai**
20th Willie B. Cochran
21st Leroy J. Jones, Jr.
22nd Ricardo Munoz*
23rd Michael R. Zalewski*
24th No Endorsement
25th No Endorsement
26th Billy Ocasio*
27th No Endorsement
28th No Endorsement
29th Isaac “Ike” Sims Carothers**
30th Ariel E. Reboyras**
31st Regner “Ray” Suarez*
32nd Ted Matlak*
33rd No Endorsement
34th No Endorsement
35th Rey Colon*
36th William J.P. Banks*
37th No Endorsement
38th Thomas R. Allen*
39th No Endorsement
40th Patrick J. O’Connor*
41st Brian G. Doherty*
42nd No Endorsement
43rd Tim Egan
44th No Endorsement
45th Patrick J. Levar**
46th No Endorsement
47th Gene Schulter*
48th No Endorsement
49th Joe Moore*
50th Naisy Dolar
* Incumbent
** Member of the Police & Fire Committee

FOP Endorsement
Mayor No Endorsement
Clerk Miguel Del Valle
Treasurer Stephanie Neely
1st Ward No Endorsement
2nd Ward Larry Doody
3rd Ward No Endorsement
4th Ward Toni Preckwinkle
5th Ward No Endorsement
6th Ward K. Norington-Reaves
7th Ward Ron David
8th Ward Cliff Underwood
CPD Detective
9th Ward Anthony Beale
10th Ward John Pope
11th Ward James Balcer
12th Ward Carina Sanchez
13th Ward Frank Olivo
14th Ward Ed Burke
15th Ward Shawn Monroe
CPD Officer
16th Ward L. Elizabeth Lewis
17th Ward No Endorsement
18th Ward Joseph Ziegler
19th Ward Virginia Rugai
20th Ward Willie Cochran
Rtd. CPD Sgt.
21st Ward Leroy Jones
22nd Ward Ricardo Munoz
23rd Ward Michael Zalewski
24th Ward No Endorsement
25th Ward No Endorsement
26th Ward Billy Ocasio
27th Ward Walter Burnett
28th Ward No Endorsement
29th Ward Ike Carothers
30th Ward Ariel Reboyras
31st Ward Ray Suarez
32nd Ward Ted Matlak
33rd Ward No Endorsement
34th Ward B.K. Kelly,
CPD Officer
35th Ward Rey Colon
36th Ward William Banks
37th Ward No Endorsement
38th Ward Tom Allen
39th Ward Margaret Laurino
40th Ward Pat O’Connor
41st Ward Brian Doherty
42nd Ward Brendan Reilly
43rd Ward Michele Smith
44th Ward No Endorsement
45th Ward Pat Levar
46th Ward No Endorsement
47th Ward Gene Schulter
48th Ward Mary Ann Smith
49th Ward Joe Moore
50th Ward Naisy Dolar

Friday, February 23, 2007


$9 mil. award for crooked cop's terror

Released Inmates Claim City Isn't Honoring $14.8M Settlement

Attorney: City to pay man's family $5.25 million

It has been a hell of a month so far and the next few don't look very promising.
The SOS scandal will be headlines in the near future and the Doruniuk case will eventually come up. Our contracts will expire this June and the city will continue settling nuisance cases.
Keep your head up and be safe....don't let the bastards get you down

Wednesday, February 21, 2007


Pamela Hester-Jones woke up at 10:30 p.m. Monday to a Chicago police detective knocking on her apartment door.

"He asked me if I was Lazarus Jones' mother and when I said yes he said, 'Your son's been injured,'" Hester-Jones said

But it was worse. Lazarus, 13, an 8th grader at Budlong Elementary School, had been fatally beaten during a gang-related fight Monday night in the Albany Park neighborhood, police said.

"I don't know what happened to my son. It was a tragedy, a mistake. He wasn't in any gangs," his mother said.

Hester-Jones said she last spoke to her son at 1:30 p.m. Monday as she was heading out the door to visit her other son, Jasper, who is incarcerated at Cook County Jail.

Lazarus, of the 2500 block of West Foster Avenue, was "beaten with a blunt object" around 9:45 p.m. Monday outside a liquor store at 3132 W. Lawrence Ave., said Chicago Police Officer Hector Alfaro.

Lets see its 10:30 pm on a school night and you are asleep but your child isn't home. You last saw him at 1:30 pm prior to visiting your other son who is incarcerated. It turns out your 13 year old is beaten to death outside of a liquor store about a mile and a half from home and you refuse to believe he was in a gang.

Monday, February 19, 2007


Lawmakers propose new legislation to punish parents for underage drinking By Paul MeinckeABC7

February 19, 2007 - There is a proposal in Illinois to crack down on parents and other adults who provide teenagers with alcohol or a place to party. This follows several deaths and injuries involving underage drinking in the Chicago area over the last several years.

State lawmakers are proposing tougher penalties for adults who help teens drink. The proposal would make the offense a felony with penalties ranging from thousands of dollars in fines to prison time.

We have heard from a few misguided parents in the past, "kids are going to drink I might as well keep an eye on them". Well the prospect of facing civil litigation wasn't enough to persuade these people that it wasn't in their best interest to host teen drinking parties. Hopefully facing felony charges and the prospect of loosing all you own in civil court might just be what it takes to convince the "cool" parent to say no! Yeah they probably will still get drunk but be a parent not a friend and stop enabling your kids and their friends.

Hot dog seller cited for foie gras-laced sausages The Associated Press Washington Post
Aldermen passed a foie gras ban in August because of what animal rights activists say is the inhumane way geese and ducks are force-fed to plump up their livers. The ordinance passed over the veto of Mayor Richard Daley, who called it the "silliest" ordinance the City Council has ever passed.

Why stop at Foie gras? At this rate the ability to buy hot dogs, hamburgers, Italian beef and sausage pizza will be things of the past. No longer would you be able to buy leather shoes, coats, baseballs, footballs and so on. Come on aldermen when is the push for organic vegetables coming?

A law that moved "spring forward" three weeks earlier brings problems for software that automatically changes time TRIBUNE

Microsoft planned to send its daylight-saving patch to Windows PCs with the "automatic update" feature last week. Users with automatic updates turned off should download the patch from Microsoft. (New machines running Windows Vista are immune, since Vista was finalized after the 2005 law passed.)

However, computers running anything older than the most recent version of Windows XP, known as Service Pack 2, no longer get this level of tech support. Owners of those PCs should go into the control panel and unclick the setting that tells the machine to automatically change the clock for daylight-saving time. They have to make the change themselves when the moment arrives.


We here at SCS are having a tough time coming up with interesting subjects to post about lately. We don't seem to be the only ones afflicted with this problem. Second City Dick has disappeared from the blogosphere and without any warning. Many folks may have their theories but we know how tough it is to blog day in and day out and come up with something of interest. People seem to forget that this is only a hobby and we have families and jobs just like everyone else.
The guy/guys at Second City Cop, in our opinion, do an incredible job of striking a nerve and eliciting responses from the positive to the negative,the ignorant to the intelligent, the sophomoric to the moronic and some just plain outright funny comments. So today we were a little surprised when we went over to their site and it appeared they may have been posting just to post. Today they covered a couple of rumors from 007 and 12, the new dollar coins and Britney Spears. This isn't a knock on them as much as it is a conformation to us that we have to dig a little deeper to create stories of interest.

Saturday, February 17, 2007

Tuesday, February 13, 2007


Quotes courtesy Chicago Tribune
The city has settled with the family of Cornelius Ware for $5.25 million.
The attorney for the family, Jon Loevy, stands to make lots of money for his firm.
Jennifer Hoyle of the city's Law Department said police have maintained that the shooting was justified and that the city is not acknowledging any wrongdoing by settling the case at this stage.

The jury was to return this week to consider damages and this settlement protects the involved officers from any financial liability.
Chicago Police Supt. Philip Cline defended the officers Monday.

"The jury never heard evidence that was crucial in this case," Cline said. "Evidence that illustrated the plaintiff had a conviction for [unlawful use of a weapon], that he was involved in a drive-by shooting and that a gun he possessed the night before was traced to a homicide.

"It's unfortunate and even more discouraging for officers who risk their lives every day to keep our streets safe."

Never has the Superintendent been more right!
"When the city of Chicago takes the position that no matter what the facts, no matter what the situation, it's always going to be justified, Loevy said. "Then the people in the city of Chicago have no reason to believe the city.
Since when have you cared about the people of Chicago? The only thing you care about Mr. Loevy is income. People who live in crime ridden areas often ask the police why they can't do more to the criminal element. I truly believe that the efforts of firms like Loevy & Loevy have hamstrung hard working policemen and the good people of Chicago pay literally and figuratively.
According to the Loevy & Loevy website "the guiding principle governing our decision process can be summarized very simply: achieving justice." Bullshit! Its money!
Read for yourself the Loevy & Loevy Website and see what contempt this firm has for the police.
If its all about justice why hasn't Jon Loevy taken on the wrongful deaths of policemen at the hands of cold blooded murderers? The answer: Money!

Monday, February 12, 2007


Murdered behind his home after returning from work.

“A family in there has lost a husband and a son. Our police family has lost a police officer and the City of Chicago has also lost a young police officer,” Cline said.

The officer was identified this morning by the Cook County medical examiner's office as Jose Vasquez, 34. After being found in the back of his building, authorities took him to Stroger Hospital of Cook County several blocks away but he was pronounced dead about 2:15 a.m.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Officer Vasquez and the Vasquez family.

(Inappropriate comments will be deleted)

Sunday, February 11, 2007


The above link was sent to us courtesy of one of our readers. Another of our readers suggested we compare the ratio of officers to investigators and officers to supervisors as compared to other agencies.
We looked at the tables and immediately found a discrepancy. According to this chart a new sergeants salary is $47,190 and the chart does not tell us the ratios of patrolmen to supervisors. Go ahead and view the site and come to your own conclusions. Thanks to the reader who sent the link.

Friday, February 09, 2007


The other day we heard these guys on the zone. They were letting the troops know that they were available for request and no request too small.

Helicopters flown by Air Support include three Bell Jet Ranger helicopters and a Eurocopter A-Star helicopter. Staffed 24 hours a day, this high flying unit handled 1,466 calls for service in 2005 and was instrumental in 286 arrests, 68 assist other agency calls, the recovery of 55 vehicles and the eradication of marijuana plants.
If you were new to Chicago you might of thought the following described the Chicago Police Departments Aviation Unit. In fact this is a description of the Memphis Police Department's Air Support Unit.
A little research and we found that Nashville Metro P.D. has 3 Bell Jet Ranger helicopters. Tampa P.D. boast 3 Bell Jet Rangers along with 2 military OH-6 (little birds) and 2 fixed wing airplanes.The LAPD with the largest Air Unit in the world has a total of 17 various models and 1 airplane. NYPD also has a large aviation unit but their website gives no insight to the number of aircraft in the fleet.
Cities from medium to large have aviation units and now Chicago can boast about its lone helicopter. Welcome to the new millennium


Lawsuit filed in bid to rebut police study on new procedures
Criminal defense lawyers are going to court to try to force the Chicago Police Department and other agencies to release data they used in a study that claims a reform of police lineup procedures does not work.

The 2006 study claimed that police lineups in which witnesses are shown people or photos one at a time, instead of all at once, are less accurate.

Parole opposed for murder convicts
Cook County State's Atty. Richard Devine on Thursday called for changes to the process in which the Illinois Prisoner Review Board reviews cases, pointing to two murderers who were recently granted parole.

Police Officer Accused of Assaulting Meter-Reader

R. Eugene Pincham is the arrestee's lawyer...need we say more?

Thursday, February 08, 2007


According to the Departments offical blog the results were mailed out on Wednesday
02 Feb 07


Blum, Chris
Garlington, Christoph D.
Davis, Arthur
Cobb, Aaron S.
Stoll, Kevin M.
Kajdi, Steven A.
Watson, Arleseuia N.
Jackson, Donovan
Cunningham, Mark T.
Sipchen, David W.
Killackey III, John E.
Chavarria, Alejandro
Mc Govern, James F.
Ulleweit, Fredrick C.
Kennedy, Michael T.
Acevedo, Marco A.
Oseguera, Albert J.
Riley, Patrick J.
Hansson, Jeffrey G.
Drew, Michael J.
Lorenty, Glen F.
Corcoran, James F.
Broderick, John P.
Jantke, Fredrick F.
Perez, Albert
Beck, Thomas E.
Glynn, Kevin P.
Piechocki, John M.
Costello, Robert R.
Elkins, Eric J.
De Cicco, James C.
Goduto, Leonard P.
Wright, Brian E.
Dolan, Christine M.
Seledon, Oscar
Jackowiak, David A.
Sullivan, Patricia L.
Ferguson, Brian J.
Otten, Marvin F.
Daniel, Heather L.
Bean, Ricky A.
Freeman, Daniel R
Olson, Keith R.
Dineen, Thomas P.
Louis, Edward H.
Buie, Gregory W.
Jurek, John J.
Murphy, Cullen T.
Cochran, Michael G.
Butler II, James P.


Congrats to the 50 new dicks. Sorry we don't have the list but we will put it up on Thursday night.

On another note we have been hearing that another class of sergeants will be made sometime this year off the existing list......To those on the existing list we aren't trying to get your hopes up. To those waiting for the results of the new test we certainly aren't trying to piss you off.

Why the delay in part II test results? We aren't going to pretend to know the answer but we'll speculate anyways.
We had heard that there was some sort of grievance filed and that has led to a delay in publishing the results.
Another scenario is that certain persons are in striking distance of making it off the list and they are clout heavy....why waste a merit selection on someone who can make it legit?

Update: One of our readers sent us a heads-up from CHECKERBOARD, the official blog of the Department, and they confirm that the Sergeants results were mailed on Wednesday. We empathise with those of you that were under 500 on the list and didn't make it.

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Ex-Border Agent Said Beaten in Prison

We ran a story a few weeks back about two Border Patrol Officers found guilty in the shooting of a drug smuggler.

U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., a vocal supporter of the agents and opponent of illegal immigration, criticized the Bush administration Tuesday for failing to protect Ramos and demanded a full presidential pardon for the two men.

"Not only did the administration choose the side of a foreign dope runner over the agents who stopped him from smuggling a load of drugs into the county _ now they've failed to protect that agent while his case is on appeal," he said in a statement.

Learn how to help the Agents through Friends Of The Border Patrol

Sunday, February 04, 2007


Cost of Clout
$12 million from your taxes will go to those denied jobs, promotions because of politics, deal says (SUN-TIMES)

Noelle Brennan, the monitor appointed by a federal judge to oversee hiring in the wake of federal patronage prosecutions, would become more or less permanent, overseeing hiring and parceling out the $12 million to victims.

We were led to believe that Shakman did not pertain to our wonderful merit system and then we see this;
At Brennan's suggestion, City Hall agreed to overhaul a controversial "merit promotion" system that critics say the Police and Fire departments used to promote clouted candidates.

Got a complaint? Go to the Shakeman Monitor

Thursday, February 01, 2007


A 56-year-old man was arrested early Thursday after police found $22 million of drugs in the vehicle he was driving.

In a SUN-TIMES article 8th district tact officers are credited with the arrest. Job well done! These officers will undoubtedly be recipients of new vehicle stop award that Deputy Superintendent Williams has spoken about.


Two people were arrested for disorderly conduct when a publicity stunt went awry.The men were hired by a marketing firm to place electronic light boxes throughout Boston and nine other cities including Chicago (see TRIBUNE).
The 1-foot tall signs resembled a circuit board, with protruding wires and batteries. Most depicted a boxy, cartoon character giving passersby the finger -- a more obvious sight when darkness fell.

Great Job Time-Warner! Not only do you think you can use the public way for your commercial gain but you think its ok to flash an obscene gesture to any passerby including children. Criminal charges have been set in motion lets hope civil proceeding also are considered.

Free parking

Here is a story in the SUN-TIMES about a S&S supervisor who used a city garage to store his personal vehicle. The supervisor is taking 30 days. We wonder if the same case could be made against district commanders or watch commanders who seem to think the sally-port is their personal garage?


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