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(Anchorage Daily News)   Cop repeatedly texts a 12-year-old girl asking her for sex. Using a town-issued cell phone. While he's on duty. And drunk   (adn.com) divider line 77
    More: Dumbass, college town, Leon Outwater, cell phones, Kobuk, police officers, Alaska State Troopers, River North, preliminary hearing  
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2013-12-22 02:08:14 AM
Well, you gotta give it to him; at least he knows what he wants and is persistent in his goal
 
2013-12-22 02:30:28 AM
Predicting a slap on the wrist, followed by paid vacation, shortly followed by bafflement when people get pissed off about it.
 
2013-12-22 02:32:42 AM
Oooooh.

That's a paid vacation!
 
2013-12-22 02:33:28 AM
gifs.gifbin.com

/Have a seat over there, pervy buffoon.
 
2013-12-22 02:36:49 AM
Girls these days look older than they really are. That being said, he should've asked for a driver's license because he's a cop...and then tasered her ass until she agreed to go out with him.
 
2013-12-22 02:37:24 AM
Is it Tuesday, already?
 
2013-12-22 02:38:09 AM
Well, he did find her number on the wall...

/ 867-5309..

// what's a 12 year old doing with a cell phone?
 
2013-12-22 02:41:19 AM
Hottie Mc Hotterson times infinity, plus another infinity.
 
2013-12-22 02:43:09 AM

Mark Ratner: Girls these days look older than they really are. That being said, he should've asked for a driver's license because he's a cop...and then tasered her ass until she agreed to go out with him.


Oh 20 years ago too.
 
2013-12-22 02:44:18 AM
Paging CruiserTwelve.  CruiserTwelve to the white courtesy phone.
 
2013-12-22 02:44:25 AM
He's 22? Good lord, his pecker may have finished developing but his brain sure hasn't!
 
2013-12-22 02:46:21 AM
"I was drunk," he said

Ah, the Rob Ford defense.
 
2013-12-22 02:48:30 AM

CoysOdie: Hottie Mc Hotterson times infinity, plus another infinity.


i.imgur.com
 
2013-12-22 02:49:23 AM

Notabunny: Is it Tuesday, already?


Curses, beaten to the punch.
 
2013-12-22 02:49:27 AM

iheartscotch: Well, he did find her number on the wall...

/ 867-5309..

// what's a 12 year old doing with a cell phone?


My dear sweet sacred mother teaches third grade at a public school in a fairly affluent part of town, and she has on more than one occasion told me that her students (who are eight and nine years old, mind you) have iPhones of their own.

/Android, I guess, is too complicated
//Or too difficult for a child to wrap his mind around
 
2013-12-22 02:50:11 AM
And these types are the ones pulling you over for a broken license plate light.
 
2013-12-22 02:53:17 AM

Your Hind Brain: And these types are the ones pulling you over for a broken license plate light.


I've never had a 12-year-old pull me over for anything.

/oh ... wait ... you meant the cop ...
 
2013-12-22 02:54:09 AM
"To Protect and Perv"
/that is all
 
2013-12-22 02:57:31 AM
So, it wasn't a cop pretending to be a 12 year old girl this time.  Or was it?
 
2013-12-22 03:00:19 AM
I was going to say being drunk explains everything, but excuses nothing, but then I realized I've never texted a 12 year old girl for sex when I was drunk.  Drunk or sober, there's no excuse for that shiat.

/drunk
//not texting any underaged girls
 
2013-12-22 03:01:42 AM
uh oh, somebody check if soosh is still on the air
 
2013-12-22 03:01:46 AM
img.photobucket.com
 
2013-12-22 03:05:14 AM

gfid: I was going to say being drunk explains everything, but excuses nothing, but then I realized I've never texted a 12 year old girl for sex when I was drunk.  Drunk or sober, there's no excuse for that shiat.

/drunk
//not texting any underaged girls


CHICKEN! *bock* *bock* *bock*


/ chickens do, infact, clap
 
2013-12-22 03:06:53 AM
This sicko was screened before being hired and NOBODY caught that maybe he wasn't suitable for the job? How can you protect and serve when YOU are the one breaking the law and victimizing a CHILD! He was in a position of authority and used his influence to try to lure a child. All while DRUNK on DUTY! What the actual F-€##????
 
2013-12-22 03:10:37 AM
Did Robin Williams just kill her best friend?
 
2013-12-22 03:11:15 AM

Danger Avoid Death: Your Hind Brain: And these types are the ones pulling you over for a broken license plate light.

I've never had a 12-year-old pull me over for anything.

/oh ... wait ... you meant the cop ...


Dude. Dude! No, seriously, DUDE!
 
2013-12-22 03:17:14 AM

Lorilynn: This sicko was screened before being hired and NOBODY caught that maybe he wasn't suitable for the job? How can you protect and serve when YOU are the one breaking the law and victimizing a CHILD! He was in a position of authority and used his influence to try to lure a child. All while DRUNK on DUTY! What the actual F-€##????


Ummmm... they all get past the screening, which should disqualify anybody who would be willing to ticket or arrest someone who's committed a victimless crime.
 
2013-12-22 03:21:20 AM
Sam comes down our road. Just like he comes every night. Passing like a lord in that fine, big, shiny car. Only, this time he stops.  He says "Hey, little girl, you know what the coolest spot in town is?" And I said "No, Sam. I guess I don't." And he said, "The cemetery. That's where. Know why? 'Cause they got all of them big, cool tombstones. Ever stretch out on a tombstone, Delores? Feel all that nice, cool marble along your body?"
 
2013-12-22 03:29:46 AM
In general, village police officers are employed by individual villages. They are different from officers in the Village Public Safety Officer Program, who are trained and overseen by the Alaska Department of Public Safety and employed by regional corporations or, in the case of the Northwest Arctic Borough, by the borough.

So none of these people are actual cops. More like private security who may or may not be armed.

How the fark did he get the child's number in the first place?
 
2013-12-22 03:31:24 AM

Lorilynn: This sicko was screened before being hired and NOBODY caught that maybe he wasn't suitable for the job? How can you protect and serve when YOU are the one breaking the law and victimizing a CHILD! He was in a position of authority and used his influence to try to lure a child. All while DRUNK on DUTY! What the actual F-€##????


Kobuk has a population of 151 (as of 2010). They're lucky to get anyone at all.
 
2013-12-22 03:34:32 AM

Lorilynn: This sicko was screened before being hired and NOBODY caught that maybe he wasn't suitable for the job? How can you protect and serve when YOU are the one breaking the law and victimizing a CHILD! He was in a position of authority and used his influence to try to lure a child. All while DRUNK on DUTY! What the actual F-€##????


images.sodahead.com
 
2013-12-22 03:36:59 AM
Ed Grubermann:
Kobuk has a population of 151 (as of 2010). They're lucky to get anyone at all.

So out of 151 peoples they had to pick the pedophile to be the town watchman? or do you think there might be more in that tiny sampling of humanity?

//just saying the town may want to look into the larger issue.
 
2013-12-22 03:37:17 AM

NephilimNexus: Lorilynn: This sicko was screened before being hired and NOBODY caught that maybe he wasn't suitable for the job? How can you protect and serve when YOU are the one breaking the law and victimizing a CHILD! He was in a position of authority and used his influence to try to lure a child. All while DRUNK on DUTY! What the actual F-€##????

[images.sodahead.com image 311x311]


have you never HEARD of the police before? i mean, c'mon!
 
2013-12-22 04:15:50 AM

FDR Jones: uh oh, somebody check if soosh is still on the air


wait, what?

and yes, I am, but almost done.
 
2013-12-22 04:17:33 AM

iheartscotch: // what's a 12 year old doing with a cell phone?


pffft 12. There was an Ask Slashdot article 3 months ago soliciting suggestions on a suitable phone for their 4-year-old.
 
2013-12-22 04:38:57 AM
Quantum Apostrophe: ...he should've asked for a driver's license

Since most 12-year-olds don't have a driver's license, perhaps her Hello Kitty crayons and Justin Bieber backpack could have been clueful as to her ability to provide informed consent.
 
2013-12-22 05:01:39 AM
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It's a cook book.
 
2013-12-22 05:04:50 AM

OooShiny: Quantum Apostrophe: ...he should've asked for a driver's license

Since most 12-year-olds don't have a driver's license, perhaps her Hello Kitty crayons and Justin Bieber backpack could have been clueful as to her ability to provide informed consent.


Uhhh, learn to quote, I never said that.
 
2013-12-22 05:17:05 AM
6 weeks paid suspension. You have to make an example of him.
 
2013-12-22 05:37:18 AM
It seems the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

His father, once a cop in the same town, is in jail.
 
2013-12-22 05:37:46 AM
I know this is Fark but sometimes you guys go too far.  It's hard to imagine the mental toll it takes, putting your life on the line each and every day.  Not knowing if the speeding car you pull over is going to contain a drug dealer who wants nothing more than to kill you.  Every.  Day.

This guy is hero.  He could have been an accountant or a DBA and sat behind a desk and earned $150k a year.  Being a cop isn't something you do for the money or fame.  You do it because you want to answer a higher calling, you want to make the world a better place.  To SERVE AND PROTECT.

How many years of pressure can you take before you crack a little?  He's self-medicating with alcohol because he has a problem.  A problem brought on by stress and being in life or death situations EVERY TIME he goes to work.

He needs help.  There needs to be support services for our national heroes (cops/military/fireman/etc...).  Yeah, he needs time off and yeah he needs professional help.  But he needs treatment for mental damage obtained on the job.  Risking his life so others can live the good life.  When he is fit for duty he should get his job back, and if he isn't ever fit for duty he should get his pension/disability.
 
2013-12-22 05:50:03 AM

iheartscotch: // what's a 12 year old doing with a cell phone?


When my kid started walking home from school, I got her a cell phone (10 yo).
 
2013-12-22 05:51:09 AM

Fark_Guy_Rob: I know this is Fark but sometimes you guys go too far.  It's hard to imagine the mental toll it takes, putting your life on the line each and every day.  Not knowing if the speeding car you pull over is going to contain a drug dealer who wants nothing more than to kill you.  Every.  Day.

This guy is hero.  He could have been an accountant or a DBA and sat behind a desk and earned $150k a year.  Being a cop isn't something you do for the money or fame.  You do it because you want to answer a higher calling, you want to make the world a better place.  To SERVE AND PROTECT.

How many years of pressure can you take before you crack a little?  He's self-medicating with alcohol because he has a problem.  A problem brought on by stress and being in life or death situations EVERY TIME he goes to work.

He needs help.  There needs to be support services for our national heroes (cops/military/fireman/etc...).  Yeah, he needs time off and yeah he needs professional help.  But he needs treatment for mental damage obtained on the job.  Risking his life so others can live the good life.  When he is fit for duty he should get his job back, and if he isn't ever fit for duty he should get his pension/disability.


2/10.  It's a town of 151 people.  He has to know everyone in the town on a first name basis I'm sure.  Being a cop in that town is probably pretty boring.  You almost had me until I read the last line.
 
2013-12-22 06:04:31 AM

yousaywut: Ed Grubermann:
Kobuk has a population of 151 (as of 2010). They're lucky to get anyone at all.

So out of 151 peoples they had to pick the pedophile to be the town watchman? or do you think there might be more in that tiny sampling of humanity?

//just saying the town may want to look into the larger issue.


They probably didn't know. It's not like pedos wear any kind of flare or anything. And worse shiat than this happens in the villages all the time.
 
2013-12-22 06:07:53 AM

Phil Clinton: 2/10.  It's a town of 151 people.  He has to know everyone in the town on a first name basis I'm sure.  Being a cop in that town is probably pretty boring.  You almost had me until I read the last line.


They spend most of their time dealing with domestic violence and alcohol-related crime. The villages are terrible places to live.
 
2013-12-22 06:10:38 AM

Ed Grubermann: They probably didn't know. It's not like pedos wear any kind of flare or anything.


snarfed.org
 
2013-12-22 06:20:23 AM

Quantum Apostrophe: OooShiny: Quantum Apostrophe: ...he should've asked for a driver's license

Since most 12-year-olds don't have a driver's license, perhaps her Hello Kitty crayons and Justin Bieber backpack could have been clueful as to her ability to provide informed consent.

Uhhh, learn to quote, I never said that.


You are absolutely correct; thanks for catching that.  My humble apologies for missing the middleman.
 
2013-12-22 06:33:08 AM

Lorilynn: This sicko was screened before being hired and NOBODY caught that maybe he wasn't suitable for the job? How can you protect and serve when YOU are the one breaking the law and victimizing a CHILD! He was in a position of authority and used his influence to try to lure a child. All while DRUNK on DUTY! What the actual F-€##????


Psychological screening (like the rest of psychology) is pretty much junk science. I wish it worked, it would be nice to be able to weed nut jobs out of ever getting any authority anywhere. Most of our problems would disappear overnight.
 
2013-12-22 06:39:39 AM

HotWingAgenda: In general, village police officers are employed by individual villages. They are different from officers in the Village Public Safety Officer Program, who are trained and overseen by the Alaska Department of Public Safety and employed by regional corporations or, in the case of the Northwest Arctic Borough, by the borough.

So none of these people are actual cops. More like private security who may or may not be armed.

How the fark did he get the child's number in the first place?


She gave it to him and said: "call me some time."  Now I don't know that that happened, but if it did, he probably thought she was hot for him.

/OK, he might have been thinking with the wrong brain
 
2013-12-22 06:44:32 AM

Fark_Guy_Rob: I know this is Fark but sometimes you guys go too far.  It's hard to imagine the mental toll it takes, putting your life on the line each and every day.  Not knowing if the speeding car you pull over is going to contain a drug dealer who wants nothing more than to kill you.  Every.  Day.

This guy is hero.  He could have been an accountant or a DBA and sat behind a desk and earned $150k a year.  Being a cop isn't something you do for the money or fame.  You do it because you want to answer a higher calling, you want to make the world a better place.  To SERVE AND PROTECT.

How many years of pressure can you take before you crack a little?  He's self-medicating with alcohol because he has a problem.  A problem brought on by stress and being in life or death situations EVERY TIME he goes to work.

He needs help.  There needs to be support services for our national heroes (cops/military/fireman/etc...).  Yeah, he needs time off and yeah he needs professional help.  But he needs treatment for mental damage obtained on the job.  Risking his life so others can live the good life.  When he is fit for duty he should get his job back, and if he isn't ever fit for duty he should get his pension/disability.


I hope you're trolling.

Being a cop is not all that dangerous: 120 deaths last year out of millions of cops if this page is correct  http://www.odmp.org/search/year

Most people become cops because they like to push others around, the pension and you don't have to go to school for years and years.

Cops are needed but don't get too carried away with them being heros or weary battletorn warriors. They'll shoot peaceful demonstrators in the face point blank if ordered to.

A cop who breaks the law should get MORE punishment since they are supposed to be the guardians. Most in prison has a sad story that would make average people cringe.
 
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