Father Outraged After Cop Breaks His 14-Yr-Old Daughter’s Arm in Half

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by Davy V. | Davy V Blog

GREENACRES — Less than a year after one of its police officers was arrested and charged with having unprotected sex with several women, knowing that he was HIV positive, the Greenacres, Florida Police Department is back in the spotlight.

In an exclusive story which I am breaking here on my blog, a young girl’s father vows to seek justice for his daughter, after a Greenacres Police officer broke her arm.

The incident took place on Tuesday October 21, 2014 inside John I. Leonard High School.

That’s where 14-year old Daniella Galindo was talking on her cell phone with her mom when Green Acres Police officer Jared Nash walked up to the teen, and asked her who she was talking to.

When Daniella replied that she was speaking with her mom, officer Nash demanded that she give him her phone.

When the teen refused, officer Nash grabbed the 4′ 11″, 90 pound young girl, slammed her against the wall, and twisted her arm, breaking it in two places.

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Then, to add insult to injury, in the literal sense, as the young girl cried in pain with her arm broken, officer Nash pulled Daniella’s arms back behind her back and  handcuffed her.

Galindo says that it was then that a school sentry named Perez told officer Nash to remove tne handcuffs.

“I want him fired,” Jeremy Galindo, Daniella’s father told me in a phone interview Sunday night.

“They (police) are saying that the officer’s excessive force was justified because they say my daughter pulled away from him,” Galindo said, adding, “So one of your officers breaks a minor’s arm and you don’t investigate?”

According to Jeremy Galindo, his daughter’s assault by officer Jared Nash was caught on the school’s video surveillance system, but school officials are refusing to release the video.

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“They (school) have already admitted that there is a video, so they can’t go back now and say that there isn’t.”

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  • Bobbie Jo Justice

    The only good thug with a badge is a dead thug with a badge. If they did that to my child, there would be lots and lots of dead government goons

    • Jean Sha

      me too i know where the cops work id be making sure i saw them

  • SL Abrin

    Would love to know why the officer fet it lawful to demand her property and conversation.

    • Brandon Swords

      Cops are imbecilic thugs and the law is imaginary. It’s just a bunch of government henchmen driving around forcing people to obey their unjust bullshit rules.

  • Blake Williams

    She has every right to pull away him. He has no right to force her to answer questions as he clearly had no probable cause to even stop her and question her.

  • useless eater

    Whether they investigate themselves, or whether they don’t – there is no difference in outcomes.

  • Debra cole

    Fired and arrested. I swear I’d beat the shit out of the cop my damn self. Put ur hands on my child for no reason that’s and ass beating. Sorry if it sounds bad but it’s the truth

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  • John Oliver

    The school, where this incident happened refuses to release the video of this incident, is stating what..? That their surveillance videos are private property..? B.S.! & these cops are complete and total hacks! They are trained to be stupid, and constantly paranoid, which makes their job more difficult. Recently, a cop nearly shot me because she mistook my Camera for a GUN! They are the LAST people in the world who should be armed, let alone “Enforcing” the “Law”..

    • Greg

      If cop approaches, these days, for any reason, open hands outstretched or suffer the consequences!

  • bitcop

    The good cops have got to stand up against the abusers. How will this girl ever trust a police officer. The way things so, ya almost have to be thankful she got off with just a broken arm.

  • David L Grabill

    these thugs need lead poisoning

  • Michael Fuson

    her rights were violated. a huge lawsuit should take place

  • don

    if that was my daughter id get that cop one way or another

  • david

    They cant refuse to release the video, sue sue sue and it will cost them/us quite a bit of money and since when is talking on a cell phone a crime? I would want him dead and would end up going to jail for killing him just to make a point.

  • f.x.koch
  • Laura W

    It never ceases to amaze me how police departments are always
    saying how they don’t understand why people aren’t more sympathetic when a
    police officer is injured or killed. Well it is their fault. Social media has
    exposed their brutality towards people and their pets on a daily basis and with
    everyone armed with a camera they will continue to be exposed. Their own actions
    have desensitized people to what happens to them—-and for those who aren’t
    yet desensitized it is just a matter of time. Police openly break the law
    without consequences daily as evidenced by all the available video online and
    they wonder why they are not given any respect. You have to give it to get it.

    A policeman used to be someone you could look up to and go to for help but not
    anymore. Now people tend to take care of themselves rather than call the police
    due to their lack of trust in the police. I have known some very good policemen
    in the past but can’t say too much about now. I keep seeing the words “Police
    State” used to describe people’s respective police department which doesn’t
    bode to well for policemen. Again you have to give respect to get it…….

  • eric


  • suburbancuurmudgeon

    Why the hell does he want to know who she is talking to? What business is it of his???

  • Greg

    I think when police are being abusive, it is extremely difficult to diffuse the situation. Video might help, but not always!

  • Hawk Bailey

    For anyone who may take pics or video of officers in the performance of
    their public duties should print the following Legal ruling and present
    it too any officer who objects to you filming/taking pics of them in the
    performance of their public duties thus putting them on notice that
    they are breaking the law….
    United States Circuit Court of Appeals
    Glik v. Cunniffe, 655 F.3d 78 (1st Cir. 2011)
    United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit that held that a
    private citizen has the right to record video and audio of public
    officials in a public place, and that the arrest of the citizen for a
    wiretapping violation violated the citizen’s First and Fourth Amendment
    The above case held “this First Amendment right to publicly
    record the activities of police officers on public business is

  • ‘Mikee Edwards

    Follow pigs home, give their families what the pigs wish to sow, repeat as necessary!!

  • Sarah Paxton

    Does any city or county do a background check on these people before they hire them as police? What the hell?