Scottsdale (AZ) officer - has shot six during 12 yr career

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Re: Scottsdale (AZ) officer - has shot six during 12 yr care

Postby speedsix » Sun Feb 19, 2012 10:31 am

...or was seen driving away from the call as others arrived...
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Re: Scottsdale (AZ) officer - has shot six during 12 yr care

Postby Dan20703 » Sun Feb 19, 2012 1:57 pm

I'm not an LEO and never served as one but he has faced multiple situations with life threatening issues and is still alive. Of course I would want him as my partner. It betters my chances of going home alive.
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Re: Scottsdale (AZ) officer - has shot six during 12 yr care

Postby johnson0317 » Sun Feb 19, 2012 5:52 pm

Being his partner means one more person for a bullet to find.

One person would say, "This guy is invincible!"

Another, "He's due".

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Re: Scottsdale (AZ) officer - has shot six during 12 yr care

Postby PeteCamp » Wed Feb 29, 2012 12:52 pm

My how quickly we forget men like Bill Jordan or Jim Cirillo and others who laid their lives on the line daily. Guess today such men would be branded as "rogue cops" or "out-of-control killers" and served up as fodder for desk bound pencil pushers to investigate and attempt to charge with criminal leanings. Sad times.

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Re: Scottsdale (AZ) officer - has shot six during 12 yr care

Postby Dan20703 » Wed Feb 29, 2012 1:26 pm

PeteCamp wrote: I'd walk through the depths with them knowing the devil is headed the opposite direction.



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Re: Scottsdale (AZ) officer - has shot six during 12 yr care

Postby JeepGuy79 » Wed Feb 29, 2012 2:21 pm

some people need shooting. some people need killing. Sounds like he was just in a lot of stuff in one of the busiest counties in the US for criminal activity. The jail there often releases people because they have so many offenders at one time. Hard to tell from the read but all shootings are investigated to a degree and if the department questioned a shoot or two they would have fired him, or moved him to a less volatile area/shift to avoid having legal trouble.
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Re: Scottsdale (AZ) officer - has shot six during 12 yr care

Postby puma guy » Wed Feb 29, 2012 2:42 pm

PeteCamp wrote:My how quickly we forget men like Bill Jordan or Jim Cirillo and others who laid their lives on the line daily. Guess today such men would be branded as "rogue cops" or "out-of-control killers" and served up as fodder for desk bound pencil pushers to investigate and attempt to charge with criminal leanings. Sad times.

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I used to read a loy of stuff by and of Bill Jordan but don't recall seeing how many shootings he was involved in. If I came accross any information I guess my brain didn't deem it necessary to record, could be I don't remember since I'm old as dirt - almost. I know he was in the Border Patrol during some turbulent times, not much different than now regarding smuggling.
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Re: Scottsdale (AZ) officer - has shot six during 12 yr care

Postby Deltaboy » Fri Jul 06, 2012 2:09 pm

PeteCamp wrote:My how quickly we forget men like Bill Jordan or Jim Cirillo and others who laid their lives on the line daily. Guess today such men would be branded as "rogue cops" or "out-of-control killers" and served up as fodder for desk bound pencil pushers to investigate and attempt to charge with criminal leanings. Sad times.

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Me? I'd walk through the depths with them knowing the devil is headed the opposite direction.

Yep people forget that criminal careers got end by LEO's back before the 1960's . I would like this guy on our City dept. His no bull approach should run most punks out of town. :txflag:
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Re: Scottsdale (AZ) officer - has shot six during 12 yr care

Postby schufflerbot » Thu Aug 02, 2012 1:46 pm

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