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LMPD chief launches internal investigation after video of violent confrontation surfaces

After reviewing body camera footage, LMPD Police Chief Steve Conrad has launched an investigation led by LMPD's Professional Standards Unit.


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LMPD chief launches internal investigation after video of violent...

December 10th, 2018 @ 2:35PM (6 years ago)

On the bright side, at least they got a stat for improper window tint.

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December 20th, 2018 @ 10:12AM (5 years ago)


Where are all the minorities with their Obama cell phones that I pay for that have cameras when the thug dope dealer is selling to your kids? Why no video? Where is the video when the gang members are in the west end - your neighborhood - shooting and killing your brothers and sisters and children? You vilify the police who try to protect you all and glorify the thug drug dealer/gang member. Man, you guys have got your priorities really messed up. It really says a lot about you all as a group. I get tired of seeing family and friends of alleged victims blubbering and whining on the news about how the "violence has to stop." Empty words. All you care about is getting paid and receiving your five minutes of fame video taping the police hoping to record something you can paint as "racism." If you all don't care, I don't care. Just keep the crap down there in your own neighborhood. Actions speak louder than words and your actions right now indicate exactly how screwed up your priorities are.

Thank you

December 24th, 2018 @ 7:37PM (5 years ago)

I am sending my thoughts and prayers to the officer we lost today, her family, and all of you. Thank you for all you do every single day. Your bravery and sacrifice does not go unnoticed. Thank you. Bless you.