Rutherford County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Arrested in Theft Case

MURFREESBORO, Tenn – A former sheriff’s lieutenant in Rutherford County has been arrested after he was indicted on allegations of theft and misconduct. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said Jason Mathis was arrested Thursday after he was indicted on one count of theft and one count of official misconduct. TBI agents began investigating Mathis back … Read more

Edmond Police Officer, Accused of Running Steroid Ring, Pleads Guilty to Manufacturing, Money Laundering

OKLAHOMA CITY – A former Edmond police officer facing federal drug trafficking and international money laundering charges in connection to an investigation alleging he ran an illegal steroid trafficking ring out of his Edmond home and business fronts pleaded guilty on Tuesday. Christopher Caplinger, 55, a retired Edmond police officer, was indicted by a federal … Read more

Kentucky State Police Detective Admits he Lied in Court During Murder Case

A former Kentucky State Police officer admitted he gave false testimony in a case involving a gruesome murder in Clay County. Charles J. Senters pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court in Lexington to one charge of making a false statement while under oath. Federal prosecutors agreed to recommend a sentence of two years’ probation for … Read more

Police Chief, Lieutenant’s Firing Based on Presumption They Were Declining Interview With Auditor

WILMINGTON, NC – In deciding to fire its police chief and top lieutenant, the City of Southport presumed neither law enforcement officer was willing to participate in an internal audit prompted by their arrests on public corruption charges, documents show. “You have received two letters informing you of your obligation as an employee of the … Read more

FBI Agent Who Outed Bureau’s Racial Profiling Sentenced to 4 Years for Leaking Classified Documents

A former Minnesota FBI agent was sentenced to prison on Thursday in Saint Paul’s U.S. District Court after leaking classified information. 39-year-old Terry James Albury left the courthouse as soon as he was handed down his four year sentence plus an additional three years of supervised release. He agreed to surrender to a date that … Read more

Amid Reform Efforts, Another Baltimore Cop Accused of Being Dirty

If the Baltimore Police Department’s (BPD) efforts to implement systemic reform and the actual behavior of its officers seem perpetually out of sync, this week’s developments only added to that perception. That’s because as police commanders and lawyers from the Department of Justice (DOJ), gathered before federal judge James K. Bredar to convince him they … Read more