Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Cops & Ex-Cops In The News

  
Greece Police Officer Bitten By Dog In Owner's Home

Chad Rahn Caught Speeding in Wayne County
  

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dogs usually bite bunnies. the fact is that most dogs have this thing about anything wearing any kind of uniform. Ask your mailman U P S and Fex Ex. It's a dog thing!!

Anonymous said...

If I understand this correctly - Rahn was given a pass by both the cop who warned him and his probation officer who reminded him to report ahead when he plans to leave Monroe County. Must be very nice to have these connections!!!!

Anonymous said...

No connections involved. Not all traffic stops result in a ticket being issued, Depending on the circumstance, an officer at his discretion will issue a warning.
I suppose you expected his P O to violate him and send him back to prison for a minor infraction of his terms of release. If you knew the cost to the taxpayers to keep one person in jail you might feel differently. How does the figure of about $20,000 per year strike you. One of the purposes of parole and probation is to save money. One P O making about $50,000 / yr will have as many of 10 or more parolees under his observation. Not only does it save money but cuts down on the over crowding of our correctional institutions. The right decision was made by the P O in this situation . your so called connections had nothing to do with the outcome in both instances.

SCATS said...

To 6:42PM ~~ You sound like you know what you're talking about, but clearly you do not!

First of all, unless you are that officer or Rahn, I don't think you can say there wasn't a connection. Secondly, cops have LOTS of discretion when it comes to giving warnings. Third, according to CBS News:
"A report by the organization, "The Price of Prisons," states that the cost of incarcerating one inmate in Fiscal 2010 was $31,307 per year. "In states like Connecticut, Washington state, New York, it's anywhere from $50,000 to $60,000," he said."

I didn't finish researching your claims after debunking the first three ;)

Anonymous said...

So all that you proved that you've got more time to sit around and do the research . So my numbers were not up to date. So I wasn't that cop but neither were you. My conclusion about why the cop gave him a warning is speculative as neither of us were there. So maybe the cop knew who he was. So maybe he figured this ex fellow officer has had enough problems and needed a break. so maybe he extended some professional courtesy. So What
So why don't we get off the name Rahn for awhile.
Oh by the way thanks for making my case about the cost Of incarceration vs the cost of probation and parole. I will now update my antiquated figures in that regard. Thanks
I will up date my data with cost figures you provided .

Anonymous said...

In other words 6:42 was right. even though his cost per inmate was in correct.It does cost me less as a taxpayer to put minor offenders on parole. Makes sence to me.On the other hand your response to debunk this post does not.

SCATS said...

To 6:36AM ~~ OMG LMAO!!!! You resorted to using "so" to start your defense on SEVEN different sentences! You even resorted to "So what?" Ha ha ha!! Sounds like a 3 yr. old talking lol

Your best line of all is "So why don't we get off the name Rahn for awhile."

Family member, eh??

To 9:53AM ~~ My response will never "make sence" to you since "sence" isn't a word in the English language.

Anonymous said...

Chad Rahn is no boy scout! He ran over and killed a woman he hasn't done time for. I'd say he's been cut lots of slack in his life. Enough already. Put him where he belongs. No more free passes.

Anonymous said...

As I recall the incident that involved a woman who was known to be mentally unstable. It was determined that she threw herself in front of his car,The coroner officially listed the cause to be suicide. What do you mean when you say he should be put where he belongs where and for what?