Posted by copwatch | Thu, 01/06/2011 - 1:03am story
OMG! Cops Can Read R Texts
If you get arrested, police can now search your phone without a warrant.
By MIKE ANDERSON Updated Tue, Jan 4, 2011
Think again before texting about that drug deal you just made, because police will be able to read all about it if you get arrested. And they won't need a warrant.
Posted by copwatch | Sun, 06/19/2011 - 12:10am story
By LINDA GREENHOUSE
Police officers following a suspect into an apartment complex in Lexington, Ky., don’t know which apartment their man has entered. But wafting through one of the closed apartment doors is the familiar odor of marijuana. The smell provides reason to believe criminal activity is afoot, probable cause for a warrant to search the apartment.
Posted by copwatch | Sun, 05/29/2011 - 10:44am story
The Year of the Corrupt Cop
The only question is whether CoCo County or San Francisco has dirtier ones. Plus, Brown may become first governor to close state parks.
By Robert Gammon
It's not even half over, but 2011 looks as if it might be the Year of the Corrupt Cop in the Bay Area. The only question right now is whether Contra Costa County or San Francisco has the dirtier police officers. As of late last week, CoCo County had taken the edge with the disclosure that one of its top commanders had allegedly operated a brothel in Pleasant Hill and regularly ripped off prostitutes and other whorehouses.