Friday, December 31, 2010

A Day in the Life of our local Town and County Police

A Few Representitives of Cheshire County's Law Enforcement

Representing Cheshire County Sheriff's Office, Cheshire County Dispatch, Hinsdale Police Department, EX- Winchester Cops, Ex Swanzey Cops, Ex Chesterfield Cops

Here's what they don't want you to Know or See.

They drink, they get drunk and they like to party hearty.

Trevor and Renee Croteau - Captain, Cheshire County Sheriff's Office

New Years Eve 2009

 Representing Hinsdale, is Officer Dean Wright and Cathie Blasik is Representing Cheshire County Dispatch

Representing Hinsdale Police is again Officer Dean Wright -(red shirt) hanging with Ex-Swanzey Cop, Ex Winchester Cop Rafael Rivera and Ex Swanzey Cop, Ex Winchester Cop, Ex Richmnond Cop and now Representing Cheshire County Dispatch John Melia

Rafael Rivera - fired from Swanzey Police, rumor has it, he caught got in a compromising dilema. Fired from Winchester Police for receiving sexual favors while on duty, when another officer walked in on him and his lady friend and caught him with his pants down - literally. An investigation that followed found he helped himself to some material of a ponographic nature that was really evidence taken in by the police department. He was terminated after the investigation. This can be verified by Theresa Sepe and Gary Phillips.


Feeling a little tipsy Dean?

Get those shots down girls......There's plenty more where they came from.

Cathie and Dean 

Cathie and Rafael

John and Rafael



 Group Shot -Those that can't stand, just lean or sit. Who's the Designated Driver?

Come on, have another drink and Smile, your on Candid Camera ! 

Officer Mike Bomba - Representing the Hinsdale Police Department

 Royce Pelke representing Hinsdale Police, Former Winchester Cop, Ex Chesterfield Cop
Rumored to have been Fired from there.

Rumor has it Royce was fired from Chesterfield for a theft issue. Rumor also has it he stole another officers badge.

Royce and Company

Todd Faulkner

Hinsdale Lieutenant Todd Faulkner - Hey did you do a background check on Royce? Theresa? Did you know Royce had issues in Chesterfield? Does your boss know? What about Theresa? Any background check? Rumor has it she got fired from State Police and rumor has it she spent some in a hospital in Brattleboro. 

The Hip Men from the Pelke Nuptials  

Another party time, fun time - looks like 2007 juding from the date. Officer Bomba and Officer Wright - this is Cathie Blasik from dispatch - do you copy?  

So here's just a glimpse into the lives of our local police. These cops that think they above you and me, think they are better than you and me and really some are far worse. 

What kind of ethics and integrity is there when the police continue to be friendly with cops and ex cops who clearly have questionable integrity? Isn't that like hanging out with known drug dealers?    

And this is Ex Winchester and Ex Richmond Cop Nate Jette

He is an example of a bad cop. It took awhile, but with persistance he was finally booted.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Double Standard? Abuse of Power? Phillips Releases Internal Investigation - Says it was a Frivolous Complaint, Tells AG's He wanted to set Example to Those That Make Frivolous Complaints By Releasing the Internal Investigation to the Public To Show How Stupid They Are

Phillips reports a theft of a document from his office to the Sheriff's Dept.

Says he is afraid confidential information, confidential police business and the release of an officers internal investigation (Roberts) is floating around town.
3 months earleir, Phillips releases a Confidential Internal Ivestigation to the Public.

Most absurd thing of all.

Phillips gets interviewed by Inspector Tracy of the AG’s office, right around the time Reppucci gets fired and he tells him he released an internal investigation to Brian Jordan but that he normally doesn’t do that, but this complaint was frivolous and besides Phillips thinks the officers new about it.

What kind of Hostile Work Environment Did Phillips create for his officers?  

First, who is the Chief to decide to make a pubic comment about whether a citizens complaint is frivolous or not?

Maybe it is a frivolous complaint but do you, as Chief of Police, publically call a complaint from a citizen you think is unimportant, frivolous? Maybe to the person making it, it’s not.

Did that not occur to him?

Is that why complaints are never answered by this Chief? Does he believe that everyone’s complaints are frivolous because he doesn’t share the same opinion?

Second, what police officer would allow their Chief to use them for the purpose of making an example of what is or isn’t a frivolous complaint? What police officer or any employee anywhere would be OK with the following document being released by their boss for any purpose?

It’s a confidential document. It’s an internal investigation. It’s got questions and answers in it.

This guy is not Chief Material by any stretch. Any Chief who would try to use their employee by publically releasing an internal investigation instead of dealing with the person making the complaint in a proper and civilized manner deserves what he gets.

Reppucci got fired because of testimony of people who have proved themselves to be unethical and have been shown to have lied and it was on their word and not evidence that he was terminated.

And for of all things - releasing a confidential document - yet Phillips apparently used his employees to make an example of what he believed a frivolous complaint by a member of the public and that is not how a Supervisor should treat their Subordinate Officers.

Set Up? Did Phillips SET Reppucci Up? It's the only thing that makes sense.

AG's Report page RTK000032 - Information about Nate Jette and Chris Roberts was blacked out by the AG's Office for some reason. Please feel free to use your imagination to substitute names where you see blackened strips. 

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Phillips Skates Again ~ AG's Found Phillips, Roberts, Platz Guilty of Illegally Changing Names on Bank Account

Public Opinion Should be Outraged that Phillips, Roberts and Platz illegally manipulated the records, the accounts and documents of the Police Association for their own benefit, by not demanding they be removed from office?

These are the same people who day in and day out handle reports and documents and who’s to say or who’s to monitor that they don’t or haven’t changed documents for their own benefit already?

Let’s say for instance they decide they don’t like somebody.

They have shown the law means nothing and they think their badge gives them the authority to do what they want.

These same people have been accused of doing exactly the same thing with police reports and so far they have gotten away with it.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

What Happens When It's the Cops That Are The Bad Guys??? The Chief and Lt have used Underhanded and Illegal Methods to Target and Terminate Employees of the WPD....They Have Violated Citizens Rights...Shame To Them for What They Have Done ....Shame Even More They Don't See It ....Are there NO Standards in NH for the Police?

What Happens When It's the Cops That Are The BAD GUYS???

What Happen When It's The Cops That Broke The Law???

What Do You Do Then?

......When It's Not Right........
.................It's Wrong ..................

Here's the List of Attorney's Who Have Helped Keep the Truth From The Public and Who We Pay For that Privilege 

 Attorney Barton Mayer – Upton & Hatfield, Concord, NH. - Representing the Town

Attorney Biron Bedard – Ransmeier & Spellman, Concord, NH. - Representing the Police Department

Attorney Brian J S Cullen – CullenCollimore, Nashua, NH. - Representing the Town and Police Department

Attorney Kevin G Collimore – CullenCollimore, Nashua, NH. - Representing the Town and Police Department

Attorney Erik G Moskowitz - Gallagher, Callahan & Gartrell, Concord, NH, GCGLAW - Representing the Town and Police Department

If everything were on the up and up with this Town and Police Department, it wouldn't be costing us Taxpayers 10's of thousands of $$'s to Defend Them.

An Open Letter To The General Public .............Do You Really Want To Have A Run In With A Police Department Like This?

Who Will Protect Your Rights If You Do? 
Can You Be Assured Your Rights Won't Be Violated?
Can You Be Assured Excessive Force Won't Be Used Against You?
Can You Be Assured That Reports Will Be Written Correctly?
The Track Record Speaks For Itself.... NO You Can't .... On All Counts
Those That Were In Charge Are Still In Charge....
They Blamed Everyone Else Around Them For Their Problems....
Their Stories Turned Out To Be Not True .....
So Who Is To Blame Now?

Time For A Change
It all started when the Chief got in touch with the Sheriff’s Department to report a crime he alleged took place at the Winchester Police Department. The crime he reported was:


That translates into a break-in and a theft.

According to what Phillips makes for a statement, he left Reppucci’s letter in his locked office, once inside, someone found the grievance letter Reppucci wrote and had given to Phillips. Phillips statement goes on to say the letter was still in a sealed envelope and that he left it on his desk because Reppucci gave it to him at the end of the day and he didn’t get a chance to read it before he left for the day.

According to his statement, the next day the Chief was at some meeting in Manchester for the day.

The afternoon of the day he was in Manchester, Butch Plifka went to see Bob Gray at the Town Hall. He went there on his own behalf, for his own reasons, whatever they were and while there made a few comments to Mr. Gray about the police department and that he knew Reppucci was going to be filing a grievance.

Things happened quickly after that because once Phillips heard this, he immediately got concerned that his office was broken into, that someone made a copy of a confidential document that was in a sealed envelope and then put the original it back in the envelope or another envelope and returned it back to his office.

According to Phillips, a copy was made and this deviant or these deviants dispersed this confidential document, to at least one member of the public and according to Phillips, who knows who else. Phillips statement also says, the letter contained discipline records of officers and confidential information.

Reppucci has said that is not true and that the letter didn’t even have any current police department members names even it. Reppucci said the only thing mentioned was that the other person who was promoted for the Lieutenants position was under an internal investigation. And that is a fact He was.

1. Phillips acknowledges in his response letter and in other documents that was true and even comments that Reppucci wasn’t specific in his grievance and that the person who was under investigation was the one who requested the investigation in the first place.

2. According to Reppucci that is true but, Phillips forgot to mention that the other person in question made the complaint about himself so another officer, who he was targeting, would get questioned and then hopefully terminated for spreading rumors about him.

3. Phillips also didn’t mention that when this other person made the complaint about himself, it was so that he get investigated for misconduct and that he was the focus of the investigation. That means, if he were found guilty he would have been disciplined under the town and department policies he accused himself of violating.

4. Phillips also forgot to mention that he assigned Reppucci to do the investigation and that’s why he knows about it.

5. A little sneaky and underhanded? You bet it is and Unethical too!

6. The fact is, when a police officer is under an internal investigation it’s not confidential information and shouldn’t be.

7. Members of the public were involved in this investigation and the public has a right to know when Officer’s are under an internal investigation.

8. The public should know whether the police officer’s on the street, conducting investigations, handling cases and most importantly who’s salaries are being paid by them are competent to do the job.

9. One form of transparency to the public is letting them know whether or not an Officer is the focus of repeated internal investigations.

10. In Winchester these things are covered up because that is what Phillips wants. He wants people to believe he runs a tip top police department and that he’s competent and the other members are competent.

11. It usually indicates a problem when a Chief doesn’t want people to know what his department and people are doing. You know there are problems and it’s not well run when there is a lot of turn over and a department that is always having to defend itself because of complaints made.

12. Somewhere along the line this Chief decided the public has no right to know what he does or why.

13. For instance Nate Jette was the focus of numerous internal investigations.

14. Maybe instead of allowing him to continue unchecked, a member of the Town wouldn’t have been injured by him and because of him.

15. It was Jette that mishandled his taser and tased him in the chest. After doing that, he never checked his body for any potential physical harm, again violating the policies and by doing so and by not following the policies, he left the taser probe in the chest of the person.

16. That taser probe was surgically removed 2 months later.

17. Is that fair to this person? Is that fair to the public?

18. Then at a public Selectmen’s meeting they refused to accept the complaint and a video because it wasn’t presented by the person himself but by someone this person authorized to act for him! How arrogant, disrespectful and uncaring a BOS we have.

19. I’ll bet his family was Thankful this past Thanksgiving that he didn’t suffer any worse than he did. It could have been a lot worse if it were a gun.

In the end, instead of addressing the real problems, the Chief would rather have investigations, by the Sheriff’s Department, about crimes that never happened, that are used to discredit people when they have legitimate, accurate and documentable concerns and have brought that information to the Chief.

In the end, there is no evidence that anyone broke into his office.

In the end, the legitimate concerns about how the police department was being run turned out to be pretty accurate.

In the end, it seems, Phillips was more concerned with destroying the credibility of a few people, so he could try to save his own ego instead of dealing with the real problems he had and didn’t know how to fix.

He had to save face and chose to break the law, rather than admit to his problems.

How arrogant and pompous is that?

And it looks like the deck is stacked against the Chief.

It appears that He and the Lieutenant Christopher Roberts might not have that much needed quality we expect in our police officers. INTEGRITY.