FPD Gets Bone


The Register is reporting that the Fullerton cops have collared a potential perp who couldn’t evade them. Not bad.

Can Detective Ron Bair solve this puzzler?

 

 

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  1. #1 by Anonymous on December 27, 2012

    Hey Mr B,

    Speaking of getting Bone…

    Could you please invest another $500,000 into the next election? You can start now you know.. it’s only 2 years away.

    It’s a feel good thing!

    Thanks!

    • #2 by The Brea on December 28, 2012

      Go to sleep Jan.

    • #3 by Mr. B. on December 28, 2012

      Oh, my, yes, there’s plenty more where that came from!! And the FPOA coffers are empty!!

      Better start saving your pennies Mr. C.

      • #4 by Fullerton Crapper on December 28, 2012

        FPOA coffers are full you idiot. Check the PAC statements.

    • #5 by Fullerton Crapper on December 28, 2012

      Lol bone the bone. Bush got boned out of $500k. Winning!

      • #6 by And Yet... on December 28, 2012

        For him a hundred Gs is a drop in the proverbial bucket. And now all eyes are focused on the misadventures and crimes of the FPOA/FPD.

        In two years the OCSD will be coming in.

        Winning!!

        • #7 by Fullerton Crapper on December 28, 2012

          Keep dreaming. That will take a million. He blew his wad already. Next!! Winning! Hughes is Chief soon! Wooohoooo

          • #8 by And Yet... on December 28, 2012

            And then revelations. Oh it’s along game, brother and we’re in the first quarter.

            Lawsuits, Feds, etc. Chief Danny’s got some real fun instore for himself and his felonious fellows!!

        • #9 by Anonymous on December 28, 2012

          Right on.. Come on Mr. B… We know that money was nothing to you.. invest again in Fullerton’s future again.

          We’ll be grateful to you for spending it.. also, there isn’t enough crap on the blog anymore. Let’s get those minions talking crap again. That helped a lot this election cycle.

          Show the world how smart you all are!

          It’s a feel good thing!

          • #10 by Fred Alcazar on December 28, 2012

            Oh., we’ve got a lot left to say. Will you be around to listen?

            You might learn something, but probably not. LOL!!

            • #11 by Anonymous on December 28, 2012

              Oh, that hurt.

              You believe that I am from the PD.. Everyone that doesn’t agree with you must be a union troll.

              Your are the idiot here, toots.

              I support your rants, distortions and lies. It will keep your kind out of office.

  2. #12 by I Know What You Did Last Summer on December 28, 2012

    “Detective” Bair couldn’t find his own ass in the dark. Using both hands.

    • #13 by Fred Alcazar on December 28, 2012

      He gets help from Sergeant “Anita Bongrip” Shown.

  3. #14 by Fred L. Olmsted on December 28, 2012

    The yackity Stuart let slip that other bones were found during the illegal construction of the Lions Field/Hillcrest Park retaining walls.

    What happened to these remains? Did the City have proper mitigation measures in place? Were they followed? Was CEQA observed at all?

    Tell us Mr. Felz, you used to be the Parks & Rec Manager!

    • #15 by van get it da artiste on December 28, 2012

      I’m sure Fullerton city manager, Joe Felz, will display proper appreciation towards this cache of bones. Where Joe Felz lacks education in finance and economics that would wualify him for the role of a city manager, his masters degree in sociology makes him uber sensitive to all past and present members of Fullerton’s community.

  4. #16 by Fullerton Crapper on December 28, 2012

    We won right? Ha. Door hit you it the ass boys. Sucks to be you Bushy. You blew your wad.

    • #17 by Fred Alcazar on December 28, 2012

      Really? Fitzgerald said checking out the OCSD option was the right thing to do. So your hanging your hopes on Greg Sebourn not changing his mind?

      Good luck with that!!!

      Hahahaha!

      • #18 by Fullerton Crapper on December 28, 2012

        “Checking out”. That’s like yea we listen to what Bush And Kiger say. In one ear and out the other. Haaaaaaaaa losers!

        • #19 by Fred Alcazar on December 28, 2012

          OCSD is coming. get ready. We’ll save 10 mil and get rid of all the Brady cops and thieves!!

          Lol! Fun times ahead, O’Malley!

          • #20 by Anonymous on January 5, 2013

            There was only one Brady Cop and it was Rincon. No more…

  5. #21 by PittBull on December 28, 2012

    The citizens of Fullerton have been getting boned for years. (And continue to get boned.)It’s fine time that FPD got boned too.

  6. #22 by Cops have heard every excuse in the book on December 28, 2012

    • #23 by Distilled commentor on December 28, 2012

      This is the STUPIDEST article I’ve EVER read.

      • #24 by Friendly Neighbor on December 28, 2012

        I agree. Why did they even bother?

  7. #25 by Office of Sadistic Review on December 28, 2012

    Fullerton Crapper :
    Lol bone the bone. Bush got boned out of $500k. Winning!

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    The trial(s) are gonna cost you fools a lot, and probably your badges. Dan is buying you guys a few months.

    From memory 80%, is what the Police and Fire get from the City budget. The economy has been in nosedive for quite a long time. The Presidential Administration doesnt show as much of a interest in Public Unions anymore, That was part of an early power grab.

    Im sure there is a way to get 911 calls redirected and connected to OC sheriffs and other authority in the area. In the early days of the cell phone all calls went to CHP (also State Police). Recently Fullerton Fire Co Commands with Brea Fire to cut costs.

    I remember someone having to go to State Police at the University. Because “FPD would have arrested them” (Blue Code)

    • #26 by MIKEY HALLER on December 28, 2012

      In 1950 their was about 3 million people less in Orange County. What. a joke redirect calls. How about putting call boxes in all the telephone poles and get the police that way. It’s that stupid.

  8. #27 by Anonymous on December 28, 2012

    Once again, useless post.

  9. #28 by Office of Sadistic Review on December 28, 2012

    “I work for the City (of Fullerton) I dont have to do my job.”

    Stuff like that catches up to you.

  10. #29 by Office of Sadistic Review on December 28, 2012

    “Police said Roger Pion, 34, of Newport, Vt., flattened seven marked police cruisers and one unmarked personal vehicle at the Orleans County Sheriff’s Department in Derby, Vt., around 12:40 p.m. Thursday.”

    http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/08/03/13103499-vermont-man-uses-tractor-to-flatten-8-police-cars?lite

  11. #30 by MIKEY HALLER on December 29, 2012

    Don’t think it is not going to happen.

  12. #31 by MIKEY HALLER on December 29, 2012

    Barnett will do that and much more. He is.a bad ass attorney.

  13. #32 by MIKEY HALLER on December 29, 2012

    Anonymous :
    If Barnett is SMART he will put Danny Boy on the stand and ask him about telling his boys “good job” on the night of July 5.
    If Barnett is SMART, Danny Boy has some splanin to do.
    We will see if Barnett is smart or going to play politics with his client.
    Can’t wait for the trial. FPD brass should have the spotlight shining down upon them.

    Barnett will do that and much more.

  14. #33 by Brandon on December 29, 2012

    Cops win? I guess if you consider paying out tens of millions in rape, burglary, and murder lawsuits, having your chief retire early on bogus medical claims, having a good fraction of your force fired and/or prosecuted, having your fellow officers publicly exposing corruption, costing three council-members their jobs, and losing the respect of a good deal of the citizens who pay your salary “winning,” than you are correct. Even Charlie Sheen has a better understanding of the word than this genius.

  15. #34 by Brandon on December 29, 2012

    Hope this posts in the correct spot this time.

    Cops win? I guess if you consider paying out tens of millions in rape, burglary, and murder lawsuits, having your chief retire early on bogus medical claims, having a good fraction of your force fired and/or prosecuted, having your fellow officers publicly exposing corruption, costing three council-members their jobs, and losing the respect of a good deal of the citizens who pay your salary “winning,” than you are correct. Even Charlie Sheen has a better understanding of the word than this genius.

  16. #36 by truthseeker on December 28, 2012

    If no one was listening then I don’t believe the Ragister and Mr. Ponzi scheme would be working so hard at ramming bootlicking propaganda down the Fullerton residents’ throats. The short attention span of the electorate is a double edged sword and cuts both ways.

  17. #37 by Really? on December 28, 2012

    And this tasteless blog doesn’t do the same?

  18. #38 by Anonymous on December 28, 2012

    FFFF tasteless since 2008. And not going anywhere.

    We’ll be here when Coffman is in the County lockup and Danny’s pulling weeds down at the Honor farm.

  19. #39 by van get it da artiste on December 30, 2012

    driving to work, listening to 98.7 FM, the dj awards the Fullerton PD “douche of the day” for beating to death homeless, schizophrenic Kelly Thomas.
    And “Really?” believes the FFFF is solely responsible for besmirching Fullerton PD with “propaganda”?
    Fullerton PD really must accept the fact that their “culture of corruption” has been exposed nationally and internationally by televison, radio and print media.
    “Really?”s real complaint is the FFFF refuses to let Fullerton PD’s “culture of corruption” be deftly swept under OC Register reporter Ponsi’s fluffy articles rug

  20. #40 by Office of Sadistic Review on December 28, 2012

    truthseeker :
    If no one was listening then I don’t believe the Ragister and Mr. Ponzi scheme would be working so hard at ramming bootlicking propaganda down the Fullerton residents’ throats. The short attention span of the electorate is a double edged sword and cuts both ways.

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    A newspaper needs to buddy up to FPD and other Departments or they wont get any info at all.

    It is a conservative county, I can see a possible multi personality bent to Ponsis articles, remember everyone is a fool and FPD and Fullerton City has got the world where they want them!!!

  21. #41 by Office of Sadistic Review on December 28, 2012

    “MC PONSI” needs a CNN interview.

  22. #42 by Fullerton needs The Ten Comandments on December 28, 2012

    The Register staff arent all like Ponsi.

  23. #43 by Office of Sadistic Review on December 28, 2012

    Published: Dec. 28, 2012 Updated: 5:42 p.m.

    Defense: D.A.’s contention ‘absurd’ in Kelly Thomas case

    By VIK JOLLY and LARRY WELBORN / ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
    http://www.ocregister.com/news/thomas-382009-officer-force.html

    “…Susan Kang Schroeder, the district attorney’s chief of staff, said Friday there is nothing in the brief filed by Barnett “that is new or worth commenting on…”

    “…The attorney for “Manatee” Ramos can conjure up all the excuses, explanations, and stories he wants. Bottom line is Kelly Thomas was murdered…” – Commenter

  24. #44 by Office of Sadistic Review on December 28, 2012

    Feds play to win in corruption cases

    By MATTHEW OSBORNE
    mosborne@trentonian.com
    http://www.trentonian.com/article/20121210/NEWS01/121209699/feds-play-to-win-in-corruption-cases

    “…TRENTON — It started with John Bencivengo, and it’s going to play itself out again with Mayor Tony Mack.

    The U.S. Attorney’s office is officially ready to bring out its full case against Trenton’s embattled mayor, who was indicted last week by a grand jury on eight counts of extortion, bribery and mail and wire fraud. This is fresh off a five-count conviction of the former Hamilton mayor on federal corruption charges on Nov. 21.

    Their case was airtight against Bencivengo, and they got the conviction they were looking for. But victory was certainly no surprise — in fact, it was quite expected…”

  25. #45 by The Fullerton Harpoon on December 28, 2012

    “…and ended with an unconscious and bloody Thomas being rushed to a hospital.”

    Rushed? Ramos got his booboo fixed first!

  26. #46 by MIKEY HALLER on December 28, 2012

    Barnett does have to lie or try to make up stories or useless amendments to a political case controlled by the DA. The DA is weak.

  27. #47 by Office of Sadistic Review on December 28, 2012

    Feds Show Cash Trail At Kilpatrick Corruption Trial
    September 24, 2012 3:45 PM

    http://detroit.cbslocal.com/2012/09/24/feds-show-cash-trail-at-kilpatrick-corruption-trial/

    “…The Kilpatricks are accused of shaking down contractors who wanted business or favors from Detroit city hall. The government calls it the “Kilpatrick enterprise.”

    All four defendants have pleaded not guilty to charges of racketeering, bribery and extortion. Kilpatrick was mayor until fall 2008 when he resigned in the unrelated text-messaging scandal.

    The trial is expected to last four months, stretching into 2013…”

  28. #48 by MIKEY HALLER on December 28, 2012

    Paramedics know how to help. The bum or the cop? …mmmmmmThe cop wins!

  29. #49 by MIKEY HALLER on December 28, 2012

    Barnett does not have to lie…

  30. #50 by Anonymous on December 29, 2012

    If Barnett is SMART he will put Danny Boy on the stand and ask him about telling his boys “good job” on the night of July 5.

    If Barnett is SMART, Danny Boy has some splanin to do.

    We will see if Barnett is smart or going to play politics with his client.

    Can’t wait for the trial. FPD brass should have the spotlight shining down upon them.

  31. #51 by Office of Sadistic Review on December 30, 2012

    Nice!!!!

  32. #52 by Office of Sadistic Review on December 30, 2012

    van get it da artiste :
    driving to work, listening to 98.7 FM, the dj awards the Fullerton PD “douche of the day” for beating to death homeless, schizophrenic Kelly Thomas.
    And “Really?” believes the FFFF is solely responsible for besmirching Fullerton PD with “propaganda”?
    Fullerton PD really must accept the fact that their “culture of corruption” has been exposed nationally and internationally by televison, radio and print media.
    “Really?”s real complaint is the FFFF refuses to let Fullerton PD’s “culture of corruption” be deftly swept under OC Register reporter Ponsi’s fluffy articles rug

    TEST
    something went wrong last was a reply to “van get it da artiste”

  33. #53 by Office of Sadistic Review on December 30, 2012

    Good catch!!

  34. #54 by MICKEY HALLER on December 30, 2012

    Office of Sadistic Review :

    van get it da artiste :driving to work, listening to 98.7 FM, the dj awards the Fullerton PD “douche of the day” for beating to death homeless, schizophrenic Kelly Thomas.And “Really?” believes the FFFF is solely responsible for besmirching Fullerton PD with “propaganda”?Fullerton PD really must accept the fact that their “culture of corruption” has been exposed nationally and internationally by televison, radio and print media.“Really?”s real complaint is the FFFF refuses to let Fullerton PD’s “culture of corruption” be deftly swept under OC Register reporter Ponsi’s fluffy articles rug

    TESTsomething went wrong last was a reply to “van get it da artiste”

    A year late and a dollar short.

  35. #55 by Office of Sadistic Review on December 30, 2012

    Definitely not late, the trial(s) will be underway soon.

    YES, JUSTICE YOU PSYCHOS!!!!

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