Published on Oct 14, 2014
A Broward County Sheriff's Deputy is out on bail after allegations that he traded “not arresting you” for a BJ in July 2013. Ted Arboleda was putting the very awkward moves on a woman at a Mobil gas station in Dania Beach, Florida, when he noticed she had weed and pills, was driving without a license and was on felony probation.
Published on Feb 20, 2014
The video above, in which a Broward County, Fla., sheriff's deputy William O'Brien assaults and arrests a woman for recording him, is disturbing for a number of reasons. First, in every state in America, you are well within your rights to record an on-duty police officer
Published on Aug 6, 2013
After being caught driving the COPS car by herself today (8/1/2013), neighborhood "terrorist" and self-appointed "crime fighter" Teddy Bohanan picks up Betty Sokol to assist in their harassment of peaceful residents of the S.W. section of Dania Beach
Published on Mar 18, 2014
Broward County sheriff's deputy Paul Yesbeck has been placed on administrative leave while the department investigates his fatal shooting of an unarmed man at a traffic stop on Sunday. Maharaj Deosaran, a local coconut seller, was shot to death in his car because he made Deputy Yesbeck feel threatened.
Published on Jul 8, 2014
BSO Police Brutality on July 4th
Uploaded on Nov 24, 2009
Hero to Zero, It only takes one cop breaking the law to make it all of them. The Broward County Sheriffs department Leads the way in typical police conduct/misconduct. A Broward County Sheriffs deputy was arrested on extortion, burglary and drug charges, marking the third time this year a Broward deputy has been charged with a crime.
August 14 2014 Sun Sentinel
A now former Broward sheriff's deputy sold out his office, set himself up for a prison sentence and lost his certification to be a law enforcement officer.Manuel Silva, 39, was given a five-year prison sentence in Broward Circuit Court on Thursday morning and was immediately fingerprinted, handcuffed and taken into custody.
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