Archive for January, 2009


Hilarious! Must watch!

Steve is an idiot and called the cops on his wife recently. However the whole time he is talking to the cops he is breaking the law himself. “I know my rights!” Steve just can’t get it right with the law. Thanks again to my buddy in records for hooking me up with these hilarious videos of the moron in my life!These 3 short U-Tubes are from a dash mounted camera of a police car. Look at them in order, they 3 different years. This idiot gets arrested 3 times, over 3 years and it is some fuuuunnnnnnnnnnnnnny sheit. U-tube is fast too, no d/l to wait on. Watch these in order, use sound. #1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNPxIibhcKY …Read more […..]

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Ohio officer struck, killed while clearing debris from highway

BOSTON HEIGHTS, Ohio — Patrolman Jarod Dean was killed doing his dream job. He loved being a police officer – patrolling the midnight shift and making his fellow officers howl with his self-deprecating humor.”He loved doing the job,” Boston Heights Police Chief Joseph Varga said. “He couldn’t get enough of it. He always wanted to work more and more and more.”Dean, 24, was killed Monday when he was hit by a truck on Ohio 8 as he cleared debris from the roadway. He became the first officer in the Summit County village to die in the line of duty. No charges have been filed in the crash. Authorities said it was too early in the …Read more […..]

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Tucson police condemn use of photo of slain officer on punk album cover

TAKE a LOOK at how low some have sunk as humans….!By Alexis Huicochea arizona Daily star Tucson, Arizona | Published: 01.14.2009Police call the actions of a local punk-rock band disgraceful after they chose to use a photo of slain Officer Erik Hite to promote their music. The album, titled “Kill a Cop for God,” bears an Arizona Daily Star news photo that shows a wounded Hite lying on the ground with two officers administering aid. Hite died after being shot by a gunman who led police on a crosstown chase last year. The Star did not give the group, dubbed Awful Truth, permission to use the photo, Managing Editor …Read more […..]

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Man fires 28 times at Troopers

A man shoots at New York State Police 28 times, in an incident caught by a dashboard camera in a trooper’s car. He pulled out an assault rifle during a traffic stop while riding in a cab. Police do not expect the man to survive. Wonder where the cab driver is! Video of the incident is HERE.

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Our TV Commercials

A few years ago, after much procrastinating, we purchased a Sleep Number Bed. To make a long story short, I have some back issues and could not sleep on our regular beds. I tried everything possible but always was in pain while sleeping and didn’t sleep well, etc…. We purchased the bed during Melissa’s pregnancy with Emma. It not only helped this soon to be stay at home dad but it helped her too.I registered the bed online and after about a year was contacted by the maker of the bed, Select Comfort, who asked how I liked it. I gave my story and was contacted a short time later. They asked me to elaborate and then wanted pictures …Read more […..]

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Don't Jump To Conclusions…..Watch The Video First Then Read The Article

Watch the video and what do you see! Officers ordering the suspect to put the gun down and it appears he is complying and then shot! Is that what you see? Want to know what it is like to work the streets and what you face? Watch the video again and watch the suspects right hand while he places the weapon down with his left hand! What you don’t see, but the officer behind the suspect does see is the suspect pulling a hidden handgun from his rear pants with his right hand. Just a reminder, what you think you see at first does not always tell the truth. Watch it again, and again and learn! Jim Lyles! DEPUTY UNITED STATES …Read more […..]

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Indiana's Lake County police start fund for cop who lost home in arson

Lynwood officer’s three children escaped Dec. 20 blaze that killed their 6 petsBy Mary Owen | Chicago Tribune reporter January 7, 2009 It was no secret that Kelly Johnson was a police officer. She wore her Lynwood Police Department uniform when she left the house and often parked a squad car in her driveway. Neighbors told her they felt safe when her squad car was there. But now the patrol officer said she and her family don’t feel secure after their home in Dyer, Ind., was destroyed in a fire.The Dyer man charged in the Dec. 20 arson allegedly stood and watched the fire and later told police he set the blaze, in part, because …Read more […..]

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