Friday, June 25, 2010

Media Breaks Pawn Desk Scandal



20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well its about time that this county realizes that positions filled by civilians who dont have a clue need to be filled by sworn personnel once again. This is just another EMBARRASSMENT the county must endure in the media spot light.

Anonymous said...

Why they dont prosecute her must be because too many people protected her. Let's look at who were the ones that protected her for well over a decade.

Anonymous said...

Syliva ...where is Farley now when you need him?????? I know call Flemister...maybe he can be of help??

Anonymous said...

Who did she report to while working for Pawn Unit? Theft Un it supervisor or who? And why werent her supervisors following her monthly stats more closely? Any neglect there or CLUES????

Anonymous said...

Can we say Duncan..... who was a Farley boy.Then guess who else?

Anonymous said...

Anon 1 - I don't think the issue is that she is a civilian, because I think there are civilians who could do a damn good job, ones who take what you do seriously. She was just a lousy, dishonest, racist employee, who was protected by uniforms! Just sayin' sweetheart....

Anonymous said...

Do ya'll use Leads Online in CID?

Anonymous said...

The reason she stayed where she was ..........CID supervisors did not know what her job function. They also knew she was protected.

Explain why she needed a take home car? How many years did she have one?

Anonymous said...

Fly on the Wall

Well at last the truth has come to the front. I thought this would never be revealed. I told several former commanders and they told me to just forget it. I love the truth.

Anonymous said...

She needed to be fired years ago. She just use the system to further her longevity.

Anonymous said...

Civilians at work.

Anonymous said...

The District Attorney should prosecute this employee. I bet this gets swept under the cloud of suspicion.

Anonymous said...

Well if this person does not plea to a deal, the DA will not prosecute.

Anonymous said...

In reference to the pawn unit...There were civilians in that unit before her that did an excellent job.It was a very productive unit and a great asset to detectives. Ask any detective who was around prior to her. So don't put all civilians in the same category because there are dishonest sworn personel as well and they aren'tall put in the same category.

Anonymous said...

There's nothing for Gwen to gain politically by prosecuting her, so she won't be.

Anonymous said...

Actually, I'm surprised heading up the pawn unit is not a sergeant's slot. How did a job like that, with a take home car if I read the above correctly, escape the attention of all the motor maintenance and admin sgt's we used to have?

Actually.....I'm surprised an Lt. didn't stake that territory...

I'm sure a dedicated civilian could do a fine job. No reason for a sworn a officer to hold that position. Keep the sworn officers on the streets and in plain, vanilla, uniform patrol.

Anonymous said...

I hear it more 70 guns, that's just the beginning of this investigation.

Anonymous said...

Don’t expect them to push this investigation too far. Right now they have enough to fire her, but if they keep pushing and show how long this has been going on and how extensive it was it will make the people above her look bad. She was fired and may be prosecuted, but no fish bigger than her will fry for this.

Jacenty Maciejewski said...

So if the pawn unit was not checking these pawned guns, can the pawn shop sell the guns? I hate to think the few used guns I have purchased in the past are stolen.

Snake Bite said...

Well Butch Davis did try and get rid of her but that didn't go anywhere. She was better protected than our new CEO Little Lord Fauntleroy is .