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Police say passerby may have saved life of LMPD officer attacked by homeless man

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Merging the city and county made both worse. It was done... 1 year ago No image... No video...
"Why does it matter who the mayor is? I mean really it's... 1 year ago No image... No video...
Until 1991, LPD had a Chief who was politically insulated... 1 year ago No image... No video...
That's a natural question that anyone who's only worked at... 1 year ago No image... No video...
Serious question. And I'm not being Condescending . Why does... 1 year ago No image... No video...
Only about 45% of registered voters showed up to vote in... 1 year ago No image... No video...
There's no proof that's true. Fischer barely won against... 1 year ago No image... No video...
You will NEVER see a Republican elected mayor of Louisville... 1 year ago No image... No video...
...and there's the issue of the 120+ homicides, most of which... 1 year ago No image... No video...
The complaining will continue so long as this place is run... 1 year ago No image... No video...
We are way past that. Complaining about LMPD is like complaining... 1 year ago No image... No video...
I can hardly blame them. It used to be that when officers... 1 year ago No image... No video...
People don't expect much of police anymore except to do the... 1 year ago No image... No video...
Police too busy to "arrest their way out of this problem... 1 year ago No image... Video attached to comment
She'll have to add some shot glasses and roaches to the new... 1 year ago No image... No video...
Bardstown Police do the kind of policing that Conrad and... 1 year ago No image... No video...
You falsely assume all women are politically correct. How... 1 year ago No image... No video...
Anyone hired who is not a while male is done for political... 1 year ago No image... No video...
If she doesn't unlearn the bad policing strategy that Conrad... 1 year ago No image... No video...
She's a good politically correct hire. She won't upset the... 1 year ago No image... No video...
They've had 4 Chiefs in the last year. That's not even long... 1 year ago No image... No video...
Your obvious crush on her is = to Limbaugh's crush on Ms. 1 year ago No image... No video...
She knows the stink is getting worse. Ran while she could 1 year ago No image... No video...
Chief... I got excited. 1 year ago No image... No video...
KIM K.... New Bardstown police cheif 1 year ago No image... No video...
If LMPD followed the same hiring standards as most other... 1 year ago No image... No video...
Other units should step it up to emulate PIU's eager beavers... 1 year ago No image... No video...
"The vast majority of people are much more worried about... 1 year ago No image... No video...
A good pep talk should do them some good. We could hold a... 1 year ago No image... Video attached to comment
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Police say passerby may have saved life of LMPD officer attacked...

August 24th, 2017 @ 9:13PM (1 year ago)

It's good to see citizens willing to step into the fray to defend the lives of others, including police. He'd have been fully justified in blowing that guy's brains across the street. There are plenty current and retired people readily available to testify in any self-defense shooting like that if hug-a-thug attorneys want to make it a criminal case.

The negligent policy allowing officers to make arrests by themselves needlessly puts officers in danger. If the chief isn't willing to admit that the current anti-police climate requires 2-officer patrols and more officers on the department due to his boss's liberal politics, then he should resign. One of the primary responsibilities of a chief is to speak truth to political power when required to keep people safe in the community. I don't believe he is fulfilling that responsibility today. Louisville needs a chief who is not merely another member of the Mayor's staff, but who is a leader that can really lead and provide the objective expertise this city needs today more than ever.

Police say passerby may have saved life of LMPD officer attacked...

August 25th, 2017 @ 3:48PM (1 year ago)

This video shows how the lawyer-approved arrest tactics being taught are useless sometimes, just like pepper spray is useless on the bipolars and drug users. 20 years ago somebody would have smashed this guy's skull with a mag-lite to end the fight real quick. Wrestling around with someone gives them a chance to grab something off your belt and use it against you. The choice has been made to put officers' lives at greater risk to protect people assaulting officers.

http://www.wlky.com/article/man-accused-of-trying-to-kill-lmpd-officer-twisting-her-head/12092235

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August 25th, 2017 @ 10:22PM (1 year ago)
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Diversity in 2017

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August 27th, 2017 @ 1:02PM (1 year ago)

This is the kind of news coverage that makes me turn off the news. Is it any more relevant that someone thought she "loved her kids" anymore than people though serial killer Ted Bundy was "a nice guy". No, it is not. A mother who loves her kids doesn't murder them.

When the media doesn't know the real reasons, they just go in whatever direction their liberal hug-a-thug feelings take them.

"Neighbors says mother in apparent murder-suicide loved her kids"

http://www.wave3.com/story/36223949/neighbors-says-mother-in-apparent-murder-suicide-loved-her-kids

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August 27th, 2017 @ 1:36PM (1 year ago)

The crooked state doesn't want to let loose of CERS because they'll lose their piggybank. Someone should start investigating them for fraud and embezzlement.

https://insiderlouisville.com/metro/bipartisan-metro-council-resolution-calls-for-separating-pensions-for-county-workers-from-troubled-kentucky-retirement-systems/

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August 27th, 2017 @ 4:03PM (1 year ago)

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August 28th, 2017 @ 12:21PM (1 year ago)

Trump to lift military gear ban for local police. It's about time.

Police say passerby may have saved life of LMPD officer attacked...

August 28th, 2017 @ 6:22PM (1 year ago)

I'm worried, it's seems the FOP guys fighting this pension reform, are all young guys tier 2, tier 3. They are calling for don't change anything, and we all stick together. That sounds all good, but what about us Tier 1 guys that have just few years to go. We've been promised a 20 year pension, and put the longest time in so far. I hope this all or nothing approach doesn't screw us! In my opinion they should have some kinda graduated age scale. It's not right. Some guy retires at 42 and collects immediately, a year later another 42 year old retires and he has to wait until 55. Even though these guys worked 19 years together, that 1 year difference might be close to half a million dollars.

Police say passerby may have saved life of LMPD officer attacked...

August 29th, 2017 @ 10:17AM (1 year ago)

When fools are shooting people in the back at random, it calls for a different style of policing. The old LPD style. It's about time LMPD quit jacking off on the SOP manual and get back to doing the job everyone was hired to do.

http://www.wave3.com/story/36239911/police-man-shot-while-cleaning-out-trunk

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August 30th, 2017 @ 1:20PM (1 year ago)

Does anybody know if you received a rehire letter if you are pretty much a shoe in to be rehired? I know it's still up the chief if they will take you back but I'm wondering if people are rejected "all the time" or are most pretty much taken back if they reapply.

For anybody tempted to respond with "Why would you want to come back?" There! I've done your snarky response for you so no need.

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August 31st, 2017 @ 12:38AM (1 year ago)

Look past Alex Jones and concentrate on the guest and her incredible message. Long video but totally worth the time. Kgfipda

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August 31st, 2017 @ 10:35PM (1 year ago)

Tucker Carlson talking about the article in LEO MAG from the VILLE

http://insider.foxnews.com/amp/article/57709

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September 2nd, 2017 @ 12:27AM (1 year ago)
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http://www.wdrb.com/story/36274178/former-kentucky-police-officer-charged-with-killing-two-prostitutes-files-wrongful-incarceration-lawsuit

Somebody from the recruiting unit needs to get these two fellas application packets ASAP. After reading this article, I think they'll fit in quite nicely as part of our dysfunctional little family.

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September 2nd, 2017 @ 12:00PM (1 year ago)

Who's Conrad trying to kid? We all know the investigation was directed by the Mayor's office for partisan political reasons, not him. He's a sock puppet.

http://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/local/2017/08/30/lmpd-black-lives-matter-investigation-protesters/611218001/

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September 2nd, 2017 @ 12:40PM (1 year ago)

Metro's in big trouble if O'Connell is really this bad of a trial attorney and the case goes to a jury. He seems to have it in for David Yates. Combined with the fact that he's trying to say the city's not to blame for pedophilia molestation by on-duty officers, just about any jury will hand them the city's whole bank account. Metro should hire a competent outside firm.

http://www.whas11.com/news/local/tensions-boil-over-in-lmpd-lawsuit-hearing/470155377

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September 3rd, 2017 @ 9:07AM (1 year ago)

Wait, weren't the gangland and drug dealer shootings supposed to never go east? All those people were saying the department could just let them shoot each other. Put away the ice cream cones. Someone may have to do some actual policing there.

http://www.wlky.com/article/multiple-people-shot-in-buechel/12164336

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September 3rd, 2017 @ 11:05AM (1 year ago)
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http://www.whas11.com/news/crime/police-woman-arrested-after-stabbing-victim-at-local-pet-store/470379994

The media may not be willing to release a motive in this apparently random stabbing, but the tell-tale scar on her forehead from daily prayers might be what is referred to as a clue.

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September 3rd, 2017 @ 9:54PM (1 year ago)

Heroin use is a victimless crime? Wrong. We can arrest our way out of this kind of problem ALL DAMN DAY like the Nike t-shirt says.

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/national/article170969167.html

A Kentucky woman has been arrested after she allegedly used heroin and attempted to drive with her children in the back seat of her car, according to local media reports. Khaleelah Muhammad, 32, has been charged on two counts of wanton endangerment, two counts of criminal mischief, two counts of assault, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol and failure to maintain insurance in Louisville, Kentucky, according to court records. Police records indicate that Muhammad was allegedly under the influence of heroin on Thursday night while driving. At around 9:30 p.m., police say, Muhammad drove through the yard of a house and then struck the home, per WDRB. Police say she also damaged the neighbor's property.

By the time the homeowner got down to the scene of the crash, he said Muhammad had taken her children, a 2-year-old and an 8-year-old, inside the house and begun choking them, per WLKY.

"She had them both in a bear hug, and she was laying right here," Raymond Stewart, the house's owner, told WLKY. "While she was laying right here, she peed on the floor. She kept saying, 'I'm a witch' or something." Per WDRB, Muhammad only stopped attacking her children after a firefighter came to the scene. Both WDRB and WLKY report that the children are now fine and are in custody of Child Protective Services. Muhammad, meanwhile, allegedly admitted to police that she was on heroin at the scene of the crash and gave a blood sample, but refused to perform any field sobriety tests.

Police say passerby may have saved life of LMPD officer attacked...

September 4th, 2017 @ 2:23PM (1 year ago)

Officer says pension crisis could trickle down to police shortage http://www.wave3.com/story/36282701/officer-says-pension-crisis-could-trickle-down-to-police-shortage

The inaccurate part of this story is the "could trickle down." It already has. Anyone around many years ago remembers the long line of people applying. They turned away dozens of qualified applicants for every open spot. Now they can't find enough minimally qualified people to fill a class without hiring back retirees.

Most new recruits will stick around long enough to see if they become a Sgt quickly or can find an easy office job of some kind before tiring of the street. They will have an endless revolving door of inexperienced officers coming and going.

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September 5th, 2017 @ 6:13PM (1 year ago)

If LMPD followed the same hiring standards as most other police departments, he'd never have been hired.

Milwaukee paid out $2.5 million for a police officer raping someone. Another case in Florida got $3.1 million each for 2 victims. 6 victims x $3 million each = $18 million. All for a guy who'd have never been hired 15 years ago.

http://www.wdrb.com/story/36294729/report-lmpd-officer-accused-of-rape-was-passed-over-by-4-other-police-departments

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September 5th, 2017 @ 9:39PM (1 year ago)

KIM K.... New Bardstown police cheif

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September 6th, 2017 @ 7:48PM (1 year ago)

Police too busy to "arrest their way out of this problem" so Houston homeowner shoots 3 drive-by shooters firing at him from a moving vehicle with his AR-15. 2 dead. Homeowner unharmed and uncharged. Justice is served.

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June 25th, 2018 @ 8:13AM (3 months ago)

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June 27th, 2018 @ 8:05AM (3 months ago)

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