Friday, September 09, 2005

Does Enfield CT PD need to be sent a case of Preparation H?

December 24, 2013. Note: None of the FreeSpeech.com links worked after I, Steven G. Erickson, testified in Connecticut [video]. Video of Donald Christmas of Enfield, Connecticut, talking about an Enfield Police Officer's 14 year old hooker girlfriend, [click here], and scroll down.

FreeSpeech.com links no longer work. Please check links above for videos and more after reading story below.

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Enfield Connecticut Police Officer Timothy Verge an allegedly harassed, threatened, and arrested Don Christmas after Vergean's alleged young teenage prostitute girlfriend slapped Donny and yelled at him when Donny came home with his family.

What does it say when a police officer will evade responsibility for wrongdoing? One case doesn’t say much, but it is a Connecticut disgrace as too many officers are involved in all sorts of wrongdoing and most assume they’ll never get punished.


Donald Christmas allegedly lodged a complaint against Vergean, but officers generally aren't punished when there is police misconduct involving an average citizen.

Enfield Police Officers went to citizen's doors collecting overdue library fines. What!!!???
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Enfield officer charged with leaving scene of crash
By Max Heuer, Journal Inquirer
September 08, 2005

WINDSOR -- An Enfield police officer was charged with evading responsibility after he drove into a parked car here and left the scene of the accident, police said Wednesday.

Patrol officer Timothy Vergean, a member of the Enfield Police Department since 1998, faces up to a year in prison and up to a $600 fine if convicted on the charge, Capt. Thomas LePore said.


He was also charged with failure to drive right, which carries a $93 fine, LePore said.Enfield Deputy Chief Carl Sferrazza said the police administration was aware of the incident, but had not begun an internal investigation.

"The department is aware that that did occur and we will wait to see the reports," Sferrazza said.

"We don't have an internal started yet, but that doesn't mean there won't be one in the future."

"I haven't seen any of the reports from Windsor," he said.

"There's nothing I can add on our end."

Sferrazza also said the department does not comment on ongoing personnel issues.The accident occurred last Friday about 12:29 a.m. on Overlook Drive, LePore said, when Vergean drove into a parked car on the north side of the street as he was headed westbound.

Vergean was off-duty and was driving his own vehicle, according to Windsor police.The parked car was facing the wrong way, LePore said, but it was unclear whether that played any role in the accident.

"It doesn't negate the evading responsibility issue, but obviously it could play a role," he said.

"You have shared fault possibly, it's something we would have to look at closer."

A witness told police they saw a black pickup truck collide with the parked car and "take off," LePore said.Officers investigating the accident at the scene an hour later came upon a black pickup parked in the area, LePore said. The truck had fresh damage to its front right bumper and hood, which fit the accident, LePore said, and police traced its registration back to Vergean.

Windsor police then contacted the Enfield Police Department, where an officer left Vergean a message that he was wanted in Windsor, LePore said.

Vergean showed up at the Windsor police department about 7:30 a.m. Friday, a full seven hours after the accident, and "took responsibility for his actions," LePore said.

Vergean told police he was the person driving the truck when it collided with the parked car, LePore said.

LePore described the damage to both vehicles as "moderate."

©Journal Inquirer 2005

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A Nation Rots from its City Centers Outward, A National Disgrace

A letter I sent to ex-Governor John G. Rowland for his first day in federal prison.

No Irish need apply
It’s legal to take your kids away based on your ethnicity

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A Boy kept from his Father by an Official System of Abuse, Marshall Mathers, III (aka Eminem)

A Pattern of Abuse, the Donald Christmas Story

A Connecticut State Police Officer's Limp Winky, a Harley-Davidson Motorcycle, and a movie idea

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The History of Abuse of Citizens arbitrarily caught up in the legal system
(Former Governor Rowland, government for sale, bribes, a blowjob, a Connecticut State Police investigation fixed for Rowland cronies, and a court and law enforcement system so sleazy their crimes are obvious to the taxpayers getting screwed)

Can cops rape, rob, beat, and murder with immunity?
(pictures of young adults brutalized by Hartford Police, a 1978 L-82 Corvette, and the White Victorian I lost to police and judicial corruption)

What is Prison really like?(and other links)

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Is there a Cover-up in Korruptikut?

Are their unnamed factions in the US, similar to the KKK?

Steven G. Erickson, Unofficial Lobbyist from Hell

My email: stevengerickson@yahoo.com

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Does Leonard C. Boyle, the new police commissioner in Connecticut answer my accusations, line item?Find out (here)

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Steven G. Erickson’s Plan for Reducing Crime

Are Connecticut Judges part of the problem and do elected officials do nothing?

Do Connecticut State Police Officers get away with GAY BASHING within their own ranks?

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

another raid occured in enfield ct please read the story.
here http://www.ynot.com

Thursday, December 01, 2005 4:13:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does anyone know anything about an enfield cop's service weapon that was found on a drug dealer in Hartford? The cop, if I remember correctly, said that it had been...stolen from the P.D. Does anyone know who the cop in question is or what happened??

Thursday, May 08, 2008 3:20:00 PM  
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Monday, October 13, 2008 7:43:00 PM  

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