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Deputy police chief’s arbitration hearing in Dennis Oland case delayed a year

Saint John Police Force Deputy Chief Glen McCloskey’s arbitration hearing in connection with the second-degree murder trial of Dennis Oland has been bumped back by more than a year.

McCloskey was scheduled to appear before an arbitrator appointed by the New Brunswick Police Commission on Friday, but his lawyer requested the Police Act matter be set over until after Oland’s retrial in the 2011 bludgeoning death of his father, multimillionaire Richard Oland.

“A recent conversation between the Deputy Attorney General’s office and the Commission’s representative has led the Commission to conclude that it is now in the best interest of justice to agree with Deputy Chief McCloskey’s request to adjourn the arbitration hearing to a date after the evidence in the second Oland murder trial has been completed,” the commission’s executive director Steve Roberge confirmed in an email to CBC News.

Cops open up on how the force deals with police shootings | Daily …

Police officers have revealed how the job ‘slowly eats us away’ in a searingly frank documentary about slain cops.

A SWAT officer says that he gets sent on ‘horrific calls every day’ like looking people in their eyes as they take their last breath .

The cop says he has to ‘bury it deep inside’ and, unable to speak to their families, cops are ‘just left to figure out how not to lose ourselves’.

Another officer who survived multiple stabbings, Thomas Marchese, 43, says that every day that they walk out the door, cops have to ‘make peace with the fact we might not make it back home’.

Marchese exclusively told the DailyMail.com how he used his experience to help ‘crack the shell’ of silence and persuade serving officers to speak to him for his documentary, ‘Fallen’. 

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Read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4859286/Cops-open-force-deals-police-shootings.html

‘We make peace with the fact we might not make it back home’: Cops reveal how the force copes with police shootings …

Police officers have revealed how the job ‘slowly eats us away’ in a searingly frank documentary about slain cops.

A SWAT officer says that he gets sent on ‘horrific calls every day’ like looking people in their eyes as they take their last breath .

The cop says he has to ‘bury it deep inside’ and, unable to speak to their families, cops are ‘just left to figure out how not to lose ourselves’.

Another officer who survived multiple stabbings, Thomas Marchese, 43, says that every day that they walk out the door, cops have to ‘make peace with the fact we might not make it back home’.

Marchese exclusively told the DailyMail.com how he used his experience to help ‘crack the shell’ of silence and persuade serving officers to speak to him for his documentary, ‘Fallen’. 

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Read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4859286/Cops-open-force-deals-police-shootings.html

Police Investigating Murder Of 97-Year-Old Man « CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore tallies yet another murder overnight Saturday. This time, a 97-year-old man was left for dead in his east Baltimore home.

Devin Bartolotta has more on how it happened, and what his family is saying in the aftermath.

Police are calling on neighbors to help catch a killer.

The 1700 block of Darley Avenue was always home for 97-year-old Waddell Tate.

“He lived in this neighborhood, everybody knew him. Quiet, mild tempered, he lost his wife several years ago. But he decided to just live here,” says Deborah Broom.

But his home became a horrific crime scene Friday evening, when family found him dead — beaten to death, police say, by an unknown attacker — who appears to have broken in.

Police aren’t sure if this was a robbery or if anything was taken from the home, but did not mince words when talking about the attacker.

Baltimore Police spokesman T.J. Smith calls the crime

Read more at: http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2017/07/22/elderly-man-murder/

Police Investigating Murder Of 97-Year-Old Man

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore tallies yet another murder overnight Saturday. This time, a 97-year-old man was left for dead in his east Baltimore home.

Devin Bartolotta has more on how it happened, and what his family is saying in the aftermath.

Police are calling on neighbors to help catch a killer.

The 1700 block of Darley Avenue was always home for 97-year-old Waddell Tate.

“He lived in this neighborhood, everybody knew him. Quiet, mild tempered, he lost his wife several years ago. But he decided to just live here,” says Deborah Broom.

But his home became a horrific crime scene Friday evening, when family found him dead — beaten to death, police say, by an unknown attacker — who appears to have broken in.

Police aren’t sure if this was a robbery or if anything was taken from the home, but did not mince words when talking about the attacker.

Baltimore Police spokesman T.J. Smith calls the crime

Read more at: http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2017/07/22/elderly-man-murder/

Man’s death draws big police presence, but officials say it’s not criminal

PENNSAUKEN TWP. — The death of a man in a home on Mansion Boulevard does not appear to be criminal, authorities have said.

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“At this time, the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office does not anticipate any criminal charges to be filed regarding the incident,” said Alexandra McVeigh, a spokeswoman for the office.

Police previously told 6abc that an officer found the man around 9:20 p.m. Monday when someone flagged him down while he was patrolling.

Outside the house at 6004 Mansion Blvd. Tuesday morning, individuals who identified themselves as family declined to speak with a reporter. They examined the broken glass in the house’s front door along with a crime scene clean-up team that was at the home.

A neighbor on Frostoffer Avenue said that police woke him up around 3 a.m. to ask him if a yellow stake in his yard belonged

Read more at: http://www.nj.com/camden/index.ssf/2017/07/no_charges_expected_after_investigation_into_mans.html

Police reportedly investigating man’s death as suspicious

PENNSAUKEN TWP. — Police who found a man’s body inside township home are reportedly investigating it as a suspicious death.

Police told 6abc that they suspect foul play in the death.

They discovered the body around 9:20 p.m. Monday after a person flagged an officer down outside the home, the news station reported.

Police had left the scene at 6004 Mansion Blvd. by 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, but a van from Aftermath LLC, a crime scene and death clean-up company, was parked in the driveway.

Numerous individuals who identified themselves as the man’s family arrived at the house but declined to comment. They met with the clean-up crew, examining the broken glass in the house’s front door.

A neighbor on Frostoffer Avenue said that police woke him up around 3 a.m. to ask him if a yellow stake in his yard belonged to him. He said he confirmed it and asked an officer why the officers were clustered

Read more at: http://www.nj.com/camden/index.ssf/2017/07/police_reportedly_investigating_mans_death_as_susp.html

DNA links second man to Coral Springs murder case, police say

After a six-year investigation, DNA recovered from spit and a juice bottle linked two men to the murder of a Coral Springs man, court documents say.

Jason David Martinez, 28, of New York, was arrested there in October and extradited to Broward County in February on suspicion of committing the 2011 stabbing murder of Michael Hamilton, 31, of Coral Springs.

Kadian Andre Garfield Roper, 37, of Coral Springs, was taken into custody Wednesday for the same offense. Both men are being held without bond in a Broward County jail.

Hamilton was last seen alive at 8: 30 p.m. July 9, 2011, at the apartment he shared with a roommate in the 9800 block of Northwest 33rd Street.

Saint John deputy police chief faces arbitration hearing in Dennis Oland case

A high-ranking officer of the Saint John Police Force will face an arbitration hearing in connection with the murder trial of Dennis Oland.

No details of alleged misconduct by Deputy Chief Glen McCloskey are listed in the hearing notice posted Monday on the New Brunswick Police Commission website.

But Steve Roberge, the executive director and CEO of the commission, confirmed the allegations against McCloskey “are related to the Oland investigation and proceedings.”

Police Chief John Bates has previously described the accusations as “for lack of a better choice of words, sort of a witness tampering.”

Arbitration hearings are scheduled “when the subject officer and their chief of police, or civic authority or commission are unable to come to an agreement on corrective measures resulting from the disciplinary process,” Roberge told CBC

Read more at: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/saint-john-deputy-chief-glen-mccloskey-oland-1.3906684