the family had questioned him on what had happend to his persription medication. he told them that it was police procedure to confiscate and destroy all perscription drugs. which is not the case. he kept them for himself.which asking for a dead persons perscriptions is. not there business really at all. they were monituring his intake, and were curious as to what had happend. later they contacted the department, and were informed that this was not their policy.
so my question is, why isn't this reported. i would like to see detailed info about this.
to those i have spoken to they are happy. happy that we can finally show the corruption that does take place here. our police aren't as good as they say and shouldn't be making more when our schools are making less. it's almost looking like they want people to become either cops or criminals. we get our schools budget slashed. 75 people have to be laid off. but those protecting us, make more each year, and every few years get a very large budget for "toys".
this really needs to be evaluated.