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2012-09-26 11:37:42 AM
butchrenfroe.com
 
2012-09-26 11:37:43 AM
See? Cops are no different than anyone else.
 
2012-09-26 11:39:35 AM
And how many grandmothers funerals have you been to this year, Nobby?

wiki.lspace.org

Three sir. One of my grannies wasn't quite dead.
 
2012-09-26 11:41:15 AM
But Mills, 34, of Upper Nazareth Township, decided to resign.

Hair of the Dog?
 
2012-09-26 11:43:00 AM
"diagnosed with terminal cancer" Yeah, so his next step was to call in "dead" or something?
 
2012-09-26 11:43:59 AM
Fired Forks police officer who allegedly faked cancer resigns

Media!
 
2012-09-26 11:46:26 AM
cheques*
 
2012-09-26 11:46:56 AM
Yellow fever?

Let's review: he goes into rehab, and labels it terminal cancer. His ex's grandmother dies, and he claims his own grandmother died.

So this guy has a habit of being inspired by an actual event to call it another, related thing.

What urge could have inspired him to call out with "yellow fever...?"
 
2012-09-26 11:49:58 AM
You don't want to go to your firearms test with a case of the shakes.
 
2012-09-26 11:51:54 AM

brimed03: Yellow fever?

Let's review: he goes into rehab, and labels it terminal cancer. His ex's grandmother dies, and he claims his own grandmother died.

So this guy has a habit of being inspired by an actual event to call it another, related thing.

What urge could have inspired him to call out with "yellow fever...?"


He found an Asian hooker the previous night that administered a limoncello enema....
 
2012-09-26 11:51:56 AM

brimed03: Yellow fever?

Let's review: he goes into rehab, and labels it terminal cancer. His ex's grandmother dies, and he claims his own grandmother died.

So this guy has a habit of being inspired by an actual event to call it another, related thing.

What urge could have inspired him to call out with "yellow fever...?"


The clap?

Also, if you're going to fake an illness, pick one that doesn't require notification to the CDC.
 
2012-09-26 11:52:13 AM
www.mcall.com
On my signal, Rusty here will attack, bite and give you cancer.
 
2012-09-26 11:53:10 AM
Yellow fever thread?
 
2012-09-26 11:55:54 AM
So, wait. Did he resign before or after he was fired?
 
2012-09-26 11:57:20 AM
Yellow fever? I have that.

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2012-09-26 11:59:12 AM
If you're a cop should you... Lie about cancer? Check. Yellow fever? Check. Dead grandma? Check. Get fired... go phark yourself?
 
2012-09-26 11:59:27 AM

gutter_ca/fl: Yellow fever thread?


I thought it was a lying-sack-of-shiat-cops thread.

/If not for the cop part, this thread would be full of my exes.
 
2012-09-26 11:59:45 AM
Dude, your union would back you if you went to them and said "I got a drinking problem." That way you could complete a rehab program that wouldn't be limited to the number of days you could call in sick.

Taking care of a problem first means admitting to having a problem, and I'm not sure he has done this. Cop, ditch digger, accountant... Everyone needs to be held accountable for theier own actions.
 
2012-09-26 12:01:39 PM

boyvoyeur: Dude, your union would back you if you went to them and said "I got a drinking problem." That way you could complete a rehab program that wouldn't be limited to the number of days you could call in sick.

Taking care of a problem first means admitting to having a problem, and I'm not sure he has done this. Cop, ditch digger, accountant... Everyone needs to be held accountable for theier own actions.


I'm holding you accountable for your spelling.
 
2012-09-26 12:01:42 PM
Like a boss.
 
2012-09-26 12:14:30 PM
So for those of you keeping score:
Stomping on brown people -- Ok / Acceptable
Lying to fellow officers -- OK as long as it is less than 1 year.
 
2012-09-26 12:21:37 PM
Amurica...Fark Ya!

If you're a cop should you... Lie about cancer? Check. Yellow fever? Check. Dead grandma? Check. Get fired...
go phark yourself?


Closer, but the correct answer to "If you're a cop should you should"? is...
Follow officer Harold Esparza's example
 
2012-09-26 12:26:18 PM

boyvoyeur: Dude, your union would back you if you went to them and said "I got a drinking problem." That way you could complete a rehab program that wouldn't be limited to the number of days you could call in sick.

Taking care of a problem first means admitting to having a problem, and I'm not sure he has done this. Cop, ditch digger, accountant... Everyone needs to be held accountable for theier own actions.


I'm quite sure he didn't because otherwise ya, he would do that. Even many non-union places allow for substance abuse treatment exceptions and I've never heard of a union that didn't negotiate that one (and the police have REALLY strong unions). Hell they'd probably even be bound to pay for the treatment. However that means you have to want to quit drinking. He probably didn't and thus lied to keep his job and his addiction.
 
2012-09-26 12:39:38 PM

brimed03: Yellow fever?

Let's review: he goes into rehab, and labels it terminal cancer. His ex's grandmother dies, and he claims his own grandmother died.

So this guy has a habit of being inspired by an actual event to call it another, related thing.

What urge could have inspired him to call out with "yellow fever...?"


Yeah, my first thought?!?

And what would make you lie about "yellow fever" anyway? It's not something people in America get anymore, you know? And what fool would believe it, it sounds like something a middle schooler would say.

"Uh, yeah, I'll be out sick for a few days...yeah, I've got, uh...yellow fever. Yeah, that's it."
--"OK, well, you hurry up and get better now."

People DIE from yellow fever! Not to support this guy, but cop-boss? That should have been your first tip something was amiss.
 
2012-09-26 12:49:52 PM
That's nothing....

http://readingeagle.com/article.aspx?id=414956

Cops tasing each other, drinking on the job, brawling with the chief in his office, refusing to arrest people because it's too much paperwork... and that's just one tiny department....
 
2012-09-26 01:05:54 PM
Dead Grandma?

Just roll her old bones on in here.

/It's [Department] Policy
 
2012-09-26 01:16:11 PM

trappedspirit: Fired Forks police officer who allegedly faked cancer resigns

Media!


That's union crap. It's the same with teachers. Being 'fired' just starts off a long chain of appeals and hearings that can go on for years, and at any point someone can declare that you were fired without correct process or because what you did wasn't explicitly against policy, etc. Then you're back in with full back pay for the time you missed.

So he was 'fired', which basically puts him on unpaid leave with intent to terminate, and resigning means he's given up on that appeals process. For now.
 
2012-09-26 01:25:16 PM
FTA:Attorney Donald Russo said he was prepared to defend Mills against the township's allegations that the officer fell asleep on the job, faked cancer and yellow fever, and lied about his grandmother's death. But Mills, 34, of Upper Nazareth Township, decided to resign.

Just goes to show, there are lawyers that would defend against allegations that water is wet, ice is cold and fire is hot.
 
2012-09-26 01:28:57 PM
I know this douche. This is just one of several police that are dirty as hell in this area. I know a police chief that used to sell drugs. It's pathetic who they give badges too these days. When they flunk out of, or decide not to go to college, they become local police.
 
2012-09-26 01:34:49 PM
I've had yellow fever for years and never get to miss work.
 
2012-09-26 01:45:40 PM
Nice twist on "You can't fire me, I quit!"
 
2012-09-26 01:48:44 PM

AssCobra77: I've had yellow fever for years and never get to miss work.


Win
 
2012-09-26 01:57:50 PM

NightOwl2255: FTA:Attorney Donald Russo said he was prepared to defend Mills against the township's allegations that the officer fell asleep on the job, faked cancer and yellow fever, and lied about his grandmother's death. But Mills, 34, of Upper Nazareth Township, decided to resign.

Just goes to show, there are lawyers that would defend against allegations that water is wet, ice is cold and fire is hot.



That assumes some douchebag is willing to pay him. It's sort of his job to do that if you get hired to do it.
 
2012-09-26 02:01:23 PM

jmr61: NightOwl2255: FTA:Attorney Donald Russo said he was prepared to defend Mills against the township's allegations that the officer fell asleep on the job, faked cancer and yellow fever, and lied about his grandmother's death. But Mills, 34, of Upper Nazareth Township, decided to resign.

Just goes to show, there are lawyers that would defend against allegations that water is wet, ice is cold and fire is hot.


That assumes some douchebag is willing to pay him. It's sort of his job to do that if you get hired to do it.


If he can't get a lawyer, he could walk. One reason defense attorneys do the job is to protect the LAW, not to defend the suspect. Unless you're anxious to dispense with courts and just go with vigilante justice and rule of cop; in that case, you better never drive more than 15 miles an hour below the speed limit.
 
2012-09-26 02:37:26 PM
Is friends with this douche...

A Forks Township police officer was drinking before he caused a crash that injured two people, according to police. Days later, the borough officer who investigated the crash resigned.

Shawn Hummer, 29, of the 200 block of Cherry Hill Road in Bushkill Township, told police he had two drinks Feb. 25 before he caused a three-car wreck at the intersection of Route 512 and East Main Street.

Hummer, who was not on duty, admitted to the investigating patrolman, Pen Argyl police officer Ryan Vresics, that he had two beers before the 5 p.m. crash.

Vresics said Hummer passed a field sobriety test that included "standard balance tests." No other police officers witnessed the test, Pen Argyl police Chief Philip Viglione said. Those who witnessed the crash, including the injured victims, said they did not see the field sobriety test, either.

Vresics, who said today that Pen Argyl firefighters witnessed the field sobriety test, did not test Hummer's blood-alcohol content. Police Officer Jonathan Hoadley agreed with Vresics that Hummer was not drunk, according to the report. Viglione said Hoadley did not see a field sobriety test.

The police report describes Hummer's physical condition as "apparently normal" and "had been drinking."

Joel Fetherman, 33, of the 200 block of Park Avenue in Bangor, who said he suffered minor injuries after Hummer's vehicle hit his, said he smelled alcohol on Hummer's breath after the crash.

Hummer's vehicle, the report says, struck Charles Angelini's vehicle as Hummer crossed the northbound lane of Route 512, headed for East Main Street. Angelini, of Pen Argyl, was northbound on Route 512. Hummer's vehicle then struck Fetherman's, which was stopped on East Main Street at the intersection.

Hummer was charged with failing to obey traffic control devices, a summary offense that includes fines and costs totaling $112.50. The charge means Hummer, who was cited by mail, does not receive points on his license.

Vresics resigned March 2 and has since been hired by Bushkill Township police.
 
2012-09-26 02:39:34 PM
csb time...

A girl I know got a job through her roommate/friend who was a manager of some sort at their place of employment (her soon to be place of employment)

After awhile she started to take a lot of time off for whatever reason (laziness)....so much time off that when she started to get some heat for her missed time she decided to lie to the President saying she was diagnosed with cancer. Not only was she "diagnosed" with cancer but she said she had to travel to Duke University (or someplace far away) every week for treatment....so they give her two days off a week so she can go!

...AAANND the "tumor, which is pushing on her heart" is actually very similar to the tumor that her mom ACTUALLY HAS!

Apparently not long ago the Prez, knowing the manager lived with her and was a friend asked how she was handling her illness/treatments. The manager/friend was like "What are you talking about?"....now her manager/friend thinks she has cancer too...

I just don't understand some people. I guess she's got plans to be cured?
 
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