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(Some Guy)   Stupid: breaking into a friend's home to steal their PlayStation. Dumbass: you are a police cadet. Fark: in uniform   (gwinnettdailypost.com) divider line 46
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2009-07-07 08:53:34 AM
Filyaw admitted to police he didn't have permission to be inside the apartment, which is leased by Jacob Fleming, 20, but he claimed the PlayStation belonged to him, according to an Auburn police report.

A perfectly cromulent position for a police cadet to take.
 
2009-07-07 09:45:06 AM
www.dvdtalk.com

He later went on to burn down the academy with a flare gun.
 
2009-07-07 10:01:30 AM
Sybarite: He later went on to burn down the academy with a flare gun.

But did they let him keep the car?
 
2009-07-07 10:35:02 AM
Better catching him now than after he's done planting evidence.
 
2009-07-07 10:36:11 AM
ihatedumbpeople: Better catching him now than after he's done planting evidence.

So they don't teach that at the academy?
 
2009-07-07 10:37:37 AM
Sybarite: He later went on to burn down the academy with a flare gun.
revolverrecords.com
/Not obscure
//Smoke on water...
 
2009-07-07 10:39:42 AM
Came for the Kelso reference. Thankyou.
 
2009-07-07 10:40:47 AM
I never heard of a Police Cadet being smart
 
2009-07-07 10:41:15 AM
Citizens on Patrol
 
2009-07-07 10:43:00 AM
No one said you have to be smart to be a cop.
 
2009-07-07 10:44:23 AM
Now they're stopping cadets from behind officers. We'll run out of FARK stories!
 
2009-07-07 10:45:17 AM
The Fark and Dumbass labels in the headline could've been switched.
 
2009-07-07 10:45:31 AM
If it's a good friend, I don't see the problem. Though if that were the case he likely would not have called the cops.

My friends and I have broken into each others homes many times, for different reasons. Sometimes for late night beer when they're out of town, or to borrow something.

We do give it back, or pay it back though.
 
2009-07-07 10:45:46 AM
He is just practicing for when he gets his actual badge.
 
2009-07-07 10:46:35 AM
Sybarite: He later went on to burn down the academy with a flare gun.

shepparded.files.wordpress.com

Exactly what I was thinking
 
2009-07-07 10:51:08 AM
CruJones: My friends and I have broken into each others homes many times, for different reasons. Sometimes for late night beer when they're out of town, or to borrow something.

I think if my friends entered my house when I wasn't there, unless it was an emergency, I'd be pretty pissed. Are they actually breaking in, or do you all have keys?

/Would still be weird for me
//Eh, might be fine for other people
 
2009-07-07 10:51:10 AM
It is a real shame that breaking and entering / theft is merely "frowned upon" when it is a cadet or police doing it. Seems like there would be a law against this sort of thing... or something.
 
2009-07-07 10:56:17 AM
BUSTED!
http://tinyurl.com/kp2y2f
(copy and paste)
/just like saying that
 
2009-07-07 10:56:52 AM
Subby was just bragging to me about his greenlight.
I had to comment before he gloats in here.
I saw this as I drank coffee at 5 this morning and thought of Kelso.
 
2009-07-07 11:07:20 AM
This shows the brain power level of the "average" cop. Stealing a Playstation?? At least go after a PS3 or something similar. Can't a PS be bought for like 50.00? What a marroon.
 
2009-07-07 11:07:23 AM
How did this tard get past the psych screening to become a cadet?
 
2009-07-07 11:08:04 AM
jehovahs witness protection Quote 2009-07-07 10:56:52 AM
Subby was just bragging to me about his greenlight.
I had to comment before he gloats in here.
I saw this as I drank coffee at 5 this morning and thought of Kelso.


pics or it didn't happen.
 
2009-07-07 11:11:13 AM
was it modded?
 
2009-07-07 11:15:58 AM
Steve Guttenberg has really fallen on hard times.
 
2009-07-07 11:16:33 AM
I'm trying to figure out why he didn't wait until he had finished his training and become a real cop. I mean, if he had waited until he was one of them, and not just a cadet, the cops that arrested him would have probably helped him carry it to his car.
 
2009-07-07 11:17:07 AM
scottywotty: No one said you have to be smart to be a cop.

As a matter of fact, it counts against you!

http://www.1215.org/lawnotes/lawnotes/cop104.htm
(new window)
Man deemed too smart for police force
...In 1996, Robert Jordan scored a 33, the equivalent of an IQ of 125. Nationally the average score for police officers, as well as office workers, bank tellers and salespeople, is 21 to 22, the equivalent of an IQ of 104.

Police in New London, population 27,000, interviewed only those candidates who scored 20 to 27. ...
 
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2009-07-07 11:17:45 AM
Dirtybird971: jehovahs witness protection Quote 2009-07-07 10:56:52 AM
Subby was just bragging to me about his greenlight.
I had to comment before he gloats in here.
I saw this as I drank coffee at 5 this morning and thought of Kelso.

pics or it didn't happen.


s601.photobucket.com


I'll put one in for him
 
2009-07-07 11:24:56 AM
Subby gets a +1 for decent use of the overused/misused "news:not news:fark" paradigm.

Subby also gets a +1 for good modification of said paradigm.

Good use of dumbass tag too.
 
2009-07-07 11:27:01 AM
I'm surprised he didn't graduate at the top of his class. He's not even a cop yet and he's already committing crimes while in uniform. Once he takes the "planting evidence" class he'd be all set to make sergeant within 2 years.
 
2009-07-07 11:37:20 AM
FrankenPC: How did this tard get past the psych screening to become a cadet?

The only difference in the results of a psych(MMPI) test between an "Ideal Police Candidate" and a career criminal is that the Police candidate shows better impulse control! It seems some do not manifest what the test supposedly shows.


\No, I am not making this up
\ Stayed at A Holiday Inn last night
\\ Passed the Test..............................Twice
 
2009-07-07 11:38:15 AM
Apparently the 'Blue Wall' doesn't apply until you're officially part of the club.
 
hej
2009-07-07 12:00:51 PM
gorgor: BUSTED!
http://tinyurl.com/kp2y2f
(copy and paste)
/just like saying that


Link (new window)
 
2009-07-07 12:14:58 PM
hej: gorgor: BUSTED!
http://tinyurl.com/kp2y2f
(copy and paste)
/just like saying that

Link (new window)


Like they say on Charlottes Web.
Some Pig!
 
2009-07-07 12:19:15 PM
Heh. To those who incredulously ask: "What kind of dumbasses are they hiring, for this kind of (insert atrocity here) to happen?":

This kind.
 
2009-07-07 12:20:07 PM
Azlefty: The only difference in the results of a psych(MMPI) test between an "Ideal Police Candidate" and a career criminal is that the Police candidate shows better impulse control!

Cops and criminals are both cut from the same piece of meat.
 
2009-07-07 12:21:24 PM
Back in 1999, my place was broken into. Thieves stole my Playstation. Right before Christmas that year, my girlfriend got me a PS2. Two weeks later, we got broken into again and they stole the PS2. We moved out of that apartment at the end of the month. (We actually moved out of the county.)

Adam, Jay, I know it was you both times but I played it cool. What you never knew is that I was the one who framed you for what went down three months later.

Karma's a biatch and revenge is a dish best served cold.
 
2009-07-07 12:25:36 PM
fredklein: scottywotty: No one said you have to be smart to be a cop.

As a matter of fact, it counts against you!

http://www.1215.org/lawnotes/lawnotes/cop104.htm (new window)
Man deemed too smart for police force
...In 1996, Robert Jordan scored a 33, the equivalent of an IQ of 125. Nationally the average score for police officers, as well as office workers, bank tellers and salespeople, is 21 to 22, the equivalent of an IQ of 104.

Police in New London, population 27,000, interviewed only those candidates who scored 20 to 27. ...


Just last week was working on a paper that had similar information on it. But the same information claimed attorneys had higher IQ's than law enforcement....
 
2009-07-07 12:49:28 PM
What a douche. He'll be Chief of Police some day.
 
2009-07-07 12:52:06 PM
ZootSpeaks: Karma's a biatch and revenge is a dish best served cold.

We have that saying in my country too, except instead of 'revenge', it's 'calimari'.
 
2009-07-07 01:09:28 PM
Stupid: breaking into a friend's home to steal their PlayStation. Dumbass: you are a police cadet. Fark: in uniform

bad subby
 
2009-07-07 01:23:37 PM
He got off to abusing his power early--feeling above the law he will swear to protect. I love to see my police blatently using lights and sirens to make it to McDonald's before the lunch rush. Or dramatically speeding in general when not responding to a call.
 
2009-07-07 01:27:51 PM
ZootSpeaks: Back in 1999, my place was broken into. Thieves stole my Playstation. Right before Christmas that year, my girlfriend got me a PS2. Two weeks later, we got broken into again and they stole the PS2. We moved out of that apartment at the end of the month. (We actually moved out of the county.)

Adam, Jay, I know it was you both times but I played it cool. What you never knew is that I was the one who framed you for what went down three months later.

Karma's a biatch and revenge is a dish best served cold.


I'm not sure I want to ask for the details but I want to know them...
 
2009-07-07 01:33:32 PM
Sounds like he would be a perfect fit for the NYPD or Chicago police department.
 
2009-07-07 01:41:53 PM
fredklein: scottywotty: No one said you have to be smart to be a cop.

As a matter of fact, it counts against you!

http://www.1215.org/lawnotes/lawnotes/cop104.htm (new window)
Man deemed too smart for police force
...In 1996, Robert Jordan scored a 33, the equivalent of an IQ of 125. Nationally the average score for police officers, as well as office workers, bank tellers and salespeople, is 21 to 22, the equivalent of an IQ of 104.

Police in New London, population 27,000, interviewed only those candidates who scored 20 to 27. ...


As a resident of New London, I can tell you that the average NL cop isn't all that bright. There are some decent, intelligent officers on the force, but the buffoons stand out.

Background info for upcoming story: It was Sailfest, big night of fireworks, food, music... lots of drunks roaming the streets.

One of the local bars (Bulkeley House, for those that are from/familiar with the area) got exceptionally packed with loud obnoxious assholes. Fisticuffs and the Bulkeley House are no stranger, and on a night when every one is drunker than usual, you can expect some real chaos.

After maybe the 2nd fight of the night, this dumb schmuck of a new recruit (he had been on the force for roughly a year) comes marching up to a group of kids engaging in the shouting and posturing that takes place before any good barroom brawl.

Unable to defuse the situation (my understanding is that he just yelled a lot), he did the only logical thing and started swinging at the kids. He didn't use mace, he didn't use his taser, he didn't even call for back up... he just started brawling. The youth of New London, as in any town, aren't overly fond of asshole officers, and ultimately the cop ended up getting stomped on by a handful of people.

The other police officers didn't appreciate this so they started marching down the street in numbers, closing down bars and generally forcing all these drunk people onto the street and into their cars (or other fights). I'd type more about the conclusion, but my lunch time is coming to an end and I've already taken up enough space.
 
2009-07-07 08:12:00 PM
Azlefty: The only difference in the results of a psych(MMPI) test between an "Ideal Police Candidate" and a career criminal is that the Police candidate shows better impulse control! It seems some do not manifest what the test supposedly shows.

And they have slightly higher I.Q.s

Same breed of cat, though.
 
2009-07-07 08:13:11 PM
Also, this just in,

some people join the police force to USE it.

true fact.
 
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