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Posted on October 28 at 6:27 p.m. (Suggest removal)

This is absurd! I remember the first article about this, that cop is garbage he is using his badge to harass his girlfriend and his coworkers are backing him. Did we honestly think they would find in Smith's favor? Obviously the boys in blue are going to cover their own behinds. If the officer gave his coworkers his keys to enter the apartment without a warrent that's a violation of Smith's Rights, they are harassing this girl and clearly they didn't learn their lesson with the first article so they're going back for more. she has a brain tumor doesn't she? Leave her and her innocent child alone the police were in the wrong. She dates a police officer I'm sure she knows everything's recorded, noone would knowingly go file a false complaint about something with that knowledge come on, it was already proven that they had no arrest warrant so they had no right to arrest her! They went to her house with keys and no warrant and they arrested her while she was sick over some phone calls? These officers should be ashamed of themselves go arrest real criminals for real crimes not relationship disputes my god!

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Posted on September 29 at 6:13 p.m.

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Posted on September 29 at 6:03 p.m. (Suggest removal)

I agree with "Safny", the Sherrifs should respond instead. I find it unconstitutional that a police officer is allowed to file their own charges against a spouse, especially while on duty, but the boys in blue stick like glue don't they, from the sounds of it this isn't the first time Haigh's been allowed to do this. Isn't this the same Jonathan Haigh that was arrested for crashing drunk into a tree? And his arresting officer a "friend" Sgt. Eric Clifford lied on the stand to get him out of it, saying he "administered the failed sobriety test wrong" yeah sure he did. Maybe an investigation should be done about the true dirt bags the police station has on their staff. I personally find it disturbing that a man would allow his fellow officers "friends" to treat his sick girlfriend and child like this in the early hours of the morning. Sounds like he uses his authority to torment and harass.

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