Cop Drives Drunk and Resists Police Orders, Gets 40 Hrs of Community Service

ATLANTA, MI — A now-former Sheriff’s Office lieutenant has been sentenced after he was caught in a “super drunk driving” incident.

Another cop pulled him over and he started begging the cop to “do me a favor” and let him get away with it.

Footage of the incident went viral.

It shows the drunken cop repeatedly trying to solicit corruption and repeatedly disobeying lawful orders.

The officers who pulled him over had to use physical force to pry him from the vehicle, and even then the video appears to show him continuing to resist.

Can you imagine if any other citizen had resisted an officer to this extent, after trying to invite the officer to engage in corruption and crime?

Officer Brian Filipiak was sentenced Friday to one year of probation and 40 hours of community service.

However, the judge gave him a deferred sentence.

What that means is that he will not serve any jail time unless he violates probation.

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