Lost Police Car


Last year, the City of Fullerton received a toll road violation for a police cruiser driving on the I-10 toll lane in East Los Angeles.  They have no idea who was driving it, or why it was in Los Angeles that day.

I wonder what else is poorly accounted for at the Fullerton Police Department?

 

 

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  1. #1 by Anonymous on July 22, 2019

    Here’s a tip. They know where it was. But they’re covering up an unauthorized use of a police vehicle, just like they cover up everything else.

    • #2 by Just saying on July 23, 2019

      Hmmm perhaps they were “thanking” that off duty police officer that assisted his buddy that day with Hannah off the 91 freeway that day!

    • #3 by Anonymous on August 2, 2019

      One thing for sure. Only a supervisor could have left with a police vehicle with no one knowing about it and only police supervisors would be capable of covering it up You guys should stay on this one I’m telling you there’s something big here that your all gonna pass up. Too strange even for fullerton

  2. #4 by Mark Johnson on July 22, 2019

    I want to know what the Fullerton Police Department actually does well.

    Is there anything?

    • #5 by Anonymous on July 22, 2019

      They’re really good at making headlines.

    • #6 by Anonymous on August 2, 2019

      Cronyism is what they do best

  3. #7 by Anonymous on July 22, 2019

    I frequently see FPD motorcycles commuting to and from the I.E. on the 60.
    Do they use the FPD motorcycles for going to and from their homes ?

    • #8 by Anonymous on July 22, 2019

      yes

    • #9 by Boadicea on July 22, 2019

      Some PDs do, but this is a car

  4. #10 by The Wide Blue Waistband on July 22, 2019

    FPD motto: One of Our Cars Is (Always) Missing.

  5. #11 by Special Delivery on July 22, 2019

    EVERYONE knows Randy’s Donuts are the best.

  6. #12 by CAR 54 on July 22, 2019

    WHERE ARE YOU?

  7. #13 by Cold Chillin' Cops' Balls on July 22, 2019

    Taken to LA for training or a meeting. Patrol cars are generally only checked out and logged for patrol shifts. When going to a class or meeting you just grab whatever unit is available and go. It’s likely they had a OC Toll Toads license plate bar transponder that only worked for OC toll roads and not a FasTrak which would work for both, but whoever was driving didn’t realize it.

    Don’t make a mountain out of a molehill. You only lose credibility.

    • #14 by Mark Johnson on July 22, 2019

      Did you read the e-mail chain? There was no documented training in Los Angeles that day. They asked the IA/PSB chick for confirmation on that.

      You’ve missed the point if you think this is solely about the toll violation.

    • #15 by Asset Management 101 on July 22, 2019

      If it really is standard practice to just take a car without properly checking the vehicle in/out, that’s really fucking stupid.

      • #16 by Anonymous on August 2, 2019

        Right If it was just training then why all the denial. I stand firm in the thought that something big here.

    • #17 by Accountability on July 22, 2019

      That’s ridiculous. You cant just take a cop car and rip around town without any accountability. That in itself is bad business practice. More cover up. Cancer from within.

    • #18 by The Wide Blue Waistband on July 22, 2019

      Except that the cops couldn’t explain the car’s presence in LA – no record. Hmm. Or a cover-up?

      If you are willing to cover-up a small f-up just think what you would do to cover up a big one. Like a drunken City Manager who ran over a tree. Sorry Cops’ Balls. This mountain is made up of a lot of molehills, large and small.

    • #19 by Anonymous on August 2, 2019

      So then why no record of anyone being there. Do you know what A Brady violation is Ask the department pio he knows. I believe he has first hand knowledge on this one

  8. #20 by Anonymous on July 22, 2019

    Picking up a prisoner from a surveillance. Nice try. Next

    • #21 by Lab Rat on July 22, 2019

      Perhaps you should read the post again. Nobody in the FPD seems to have any record of any business in East LA. Picking up a prisoner seems to be something that would be documented somewhere.

    • #22 by Anonymous on July 22, 2019

      A prisoner? Really? A mythical, invisible prisoner. Let’s call Homeland Security.

      • #23 by Anonymous on July 22, 2019

        My apologies. I meant a suspect. Sorry if I offended your sheltered politically correct mind

        • #24 by Fred Alcazar on July 22, 2019

          Well you offended my sheltered logical mind. Off you go now, Porky. You’re late for the GED make-up quiz.

          • #25 by Anonymous on July 22, 2019

            Don’t get all hot and bothered Fred.

            • #26 by Fred Alcazar on July 22, 2019

              Try to pass the test this time, Bacon Boy. We need more cops. At least that’s what the union keeps telling us.

              • #27 by Anonymous on July 23, 2019

                Fred I’m sorry I couldn’t respond until this morning. I had to sleep in preparation for work. Based on the time of your post it appears that is probably not the case on your end. Either way thank you for keeping me in your thoughts.

                • #28 by Fred Alcazar on July 23, 2019

                  That would be the very loosest definition of the word work.

          • #29 by Anonymous on July 23, 2019

            Hey Fred- don’t be a little bitch!!!

            • #30 by Anonymous on July 23, 2019

              Guess- I will just go to work and hangout and get paid for doing nothing today. Your attitude makes me not want to work…. and I still get a great paycheck!!!

              • #31 by Fred Alcazar on July 23, 2019

                No, YOUR attitude makes you not want to work and still get a great paycheck. It’s called “public safety.”

                • #32 by Anonymous on July 23, 2019

                  Thanks for the retirement Fred. Sit on the couch and keep trolling!!! Either way I am getting paid unlike you! Now if only I can try and get a pay raise!!

      • #33 by Anonymous on August 2, 2019

        I wonder where the two supervisors went to eat out there

  9. #34 by Anonymous on July 24, 2019

    If they use City vehicles to commute to and from work
    I sure hope they are claiming that benefit when they file their taxes as it is taxable income

    • #35 by Fo shizzle on July 24, 2019

      They aren’t.

    • #36 by The Tax Man Commeth on July 25, 2019

      If the IRS clamped down on this abuse by their fellow gummint employees the national debt would go away.

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