(BALTIMORE, MD) A Maryland police officer is facing several charges after allegedly biting a man’s testicles during a bar fight Tuesday.
According to Baltimore police, the incident unfolded shortly after 31-year-old off-duty cop Michael Flaig, a 10-year veteran of the Anne Arundel County Police Department, began groping a female during the bar’s Cinco de Mayo celebration.
The female’s roommate, whose name was redacted from the police report, reportedly approached Flaig and demanded he cease harassing the woman. Flaig not only ignored the request, but began following the man as he attempted to walk home.
That is when Flaig and an accomplice attempted to punch the man from behind, pulling him to the concrete in the process. The victim was eventually able to subdue Flaig by sitting on his chest, prompting the officer to bite him in the testicles.
Responding to 911 calls, police discovered Flaig with blood on his shirt at another bar near the scene.
“Mr. Flaig had bloodshot eyes, slurred words and a strong odor of (alcohol) coming from his person,” the police report stated.
The second attacker, who was not identified, has yet to be captured by police.
Flaig, who has since been suspended with pay, was charged with public intoxication and second degree assault.
“These charges are disturbing and we have an obligation as police officers to conduct ourselves in a professional manner on and off-duty,” said Anne Arundel County Chief of Police Timothy J Altomare.
“We will cooperate fully with the Baltimore Police Department as they conduct their investigation. At this time, we cannot comment further because for our agency, this is a confidential matter.
BEDFORD-STUYVESANT (WABC) – a raid on a deli by an NYPD narcotics squad has resulted in one detective being suspended without pay and his supervisor put on desk duty.
The store manager says that while police were arresting his workers for selling illegal cigarettes, one of them was robbing the store.
And all of it, he says, was caught on camera.
Five NYPD detectives raided the corner deli in Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, arresting two employees accused of selling un-taxed cigarettes and taking money from the cash register and packs of cigarettes as evidence.
The next day, the 73rd Precinct provided manager Ali Abdullah with a receipt documenting that $593 had been seized during the raid. But then he noticed nearly $3,000 in store rent money missing from a box he kept hidden under the counter.
“I was thinking it was robbery, because I never seen the video,” he said. “I’m missing $2,650. Two thousand six hundred and fifty, my rent money for the store, was in the box.”
Abdullah, who wasn’t in the store at the time of the raid, says he assumed employees were responsible.
“I thought the workers, it was the workers,” he said. “They’re stealing it.”
That is, until he looked at the video from the store security cameras, which caught the raid and showed detectives making the arrests and bagging the register money and cigarettes for evidence. But Abdullah was stunned at what he saw next.
“They were taking it for themselves,” he said. “Yes, yes.”
He says the video showed a crime unfolding, as one of the detectives discovers the rent money box under the counter. Then Detective Ian Cyrus grabs a handful money out of the box before bending down, as if hiding behind a door, his back to the surveillance camera. When he stands up, he appears to be putting the stack of money in his coat pocket.
“I look at my system, I see the officer took the money,” he said. “It’s crazy…At least give it to the sergeant. But he cannot put it in his own pocket.”
Abdullah says when he saw the video, he called the nearby precinct, who sent a supervisor to the deli to look at it. And when they saw it?
“They said, ‘Oh shit,’” Abdullah said. “‘He’s going to lose his pension, lose his life, for $2,600?’”
It was only after Eyewitness News started asking the NYPD questions that Internal Affairs began to investigate.
Just hours before we broke the story, Cyrus was suspended without pay and his supervisor stripped of his gun and badge and placed on desk duty.
A person who answered the phone at Cyrus’ home declined to comment.
Federal Government and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) now considers Military Veterans that are “Disgruntled about the Takeover of the US” Violent Extremists and Potential Terrorists
According to this official Department of Homeland Security (DHS) document (see copy below) the United States Government now considers Military Veterans that are “Disgruntled about the takeover of the US” to be violent extremists.
So, the first question that may come to mind is WHO exactly has “taken over the United States”?Maybe that’s a good question to ask your Congressman!
Now according to this Official Department of Homeland Security document you are now considered a potentially violent extremist and terrorist if you are:
- Military Veteran that is disgruntled about the takeover of the US
- Make frequent references to the US Constitution
- Oppose the US submission to the United Nations
- Support third-party candidates
- Read Alternative media that differs from mass media outlets (State sponsored propaganda)
To ALL my fellow veterans I remind you of an oath you swore…
“We’ve Proved Communism works if you just give everyone a good government job there’s no crime,” states this Liberal Democrat P.O.S. Florida Rep. Joe Garcia.
Ivory Tower Liberals and Democrats love Communism for the peasants.
(NORFOLK, VIRGINIA) The Sheriff’s Office said it has disciplined a deputy who accidentally left his gun in a dressing room at Macy’s Department Store on Monday.
“The deputy realized as soon as he returned home that he had left his weapon behind and immediately notified the store and the Norfolk Sheriff’s Office’s Professional Standards Division,” a statement from the Sheriff’s Office said. “The Norfolk Sheriff’s Office considers this a very serious and unacceptable situation and has taken immediate and appropriate disciplinary action against the deputy.”
The gun was recovered in the dressing room, said Paula Miller, a Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman. The deputy’s name was not released. Police often carry their duty weapons when they are off-duty.
(NEW YORK, NY) An NYPD spokesman says Officer Arthur Roldan, 28, was arrested on charges of rape, menacing and assault.
The off-duty incident happened on Staten Island and that the officer knew the victim.
Officer Roldan allegedly sexually assaulted his victim at gunpoint late Tuesday, reports the Post.
The spokesman says the six-year veteran was assigned to a precinct in Brooklyn and has been suspended without pay. Information on his lawyer was not immediately available.
Officer Roldan was scheduled to be arraigned in Staten Island Criminal Court on Thursday.
(MOSS POINT, MS) As a result of a joint investigation between the FBI Safe Streets Task Force, the Narcotics Task Force of Jackson County and the Moss Point Police Department, Wendy Mason Peyregne, 25, a Moss Point Police Officer since 2004, was arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.
Police Officer Peyrene was on duty with the Moss Point Police Department at the time of her arrest.
John G. Raucci, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI in Mississippi, says the arrest followed a joint investigation by the F-B-I’s Safe Streets Task Force, the Narcotics Task Force of Jackson County and Moss Point Police.
Agents seized about six (6) grams of methamphetamine from Police Officer Peyrene during the arrest.
Officer Peyregne will have an initial appearance scheduled before Senior U-S- Magistrate Judge John M. Roper in Gulfport on December 8 at 10:00am.
If convicted, Police Officer Peyrene could receive a sentence of five years to 40 years in federal prison and a one million dollar fine.
The FBI Safe Streets Task Force is a member of the Gulf Coast HIDTA initiative and receives significant funding from the Office of National Drug Control Policy in Washington D.C.
It’s made up of Special Agents from the FBI and law enforcement officers from the Pascagoula, Moss Point, Gautier and Ocean Springs Police Departments, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office and the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics.