GIR writes, "Police Chief Doug Foster has been the head of Umatilla Police Department for the past nineteen years but that could all be over."
This is hilarious because it is right near where I am at
Is he located directly behind your preposition?
wtf and you hear about the cops that get put on paid leave for putting a bullet hole in some kids head or beating someone to death here in cali all the time. man the times we live in are twisted
"Reports have come in stating that after multiple complaints ranging from having staff run personal errands and even taking away officers shotguns" Okay, so he wasn't suspended FOR gaming, it just put him over the edge.
Playing games at the office during a break is nothing compared to other police officers that abuse their power or commit crimes and don't get fired.
That is true. The way the story sounds, he was on his way out for awhile
I salute you coper, you are cool in my book
WOW!! I live in Umatilla and I know of that pigg. I'm not surprised @ all. When I was arrested once they was in there playing halo 2 @ the time wait to book me and send me to county. I was in there talkin shit to them about how I'd spank'em. Bad enough there is only 2 cops on the street @ a time and only 6 on duty.
he was probably playing NFS: hot Pursuit.
If he was on his break, then that's fair enough. Can't blame a guy for wanting to enjoy his breaks. The only reason there's so much hoop-la about it is because he's a cop. "having staff run personal errands"-this is quite serious, however.
Yeah, he looks like a DDR guy to me. He probably plays on Extreme mode. "Reports have come in stating that after multiple complaints ranging from having staff run personal errands and even taking away officers shotguns," While unrelated, I think this is a more serious matter.
he was playing GTA
He should be playing games with his colleagues and not just by himself. LAN play is always enjoyable.
He should've been playing Manhunt or L.A. Noire
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