Meh…

Back in March of this year, dumb ass State Po-trol officer David Dolan was driving around in his souped up pomobile, in full uniform, strapped to the gills with weapons and uh, drunk as shit (.194 BAC to be exact). After many citizen complaints for erratic driving, Dolan was finally tracked down, pulled over and arrested by his fellow gangstas in blue. Just yesterday he received a ten day stint in jail from a C-Springs judge, as well as a $1,500 fine and 65 hours of community service. Amazingly, Dolan was actually fired from the force on June 2nd for this incident, but it won’t be surprising when Dolan ends up in another Colorado gang. This guy got fired for a DUI, sheeeit, he should have no problem finding a place on DPD where you can beat the living fuck out of people for no reason and be back on the force within a couple of weeks, days, hours…

Shocking, Pigs are drunks

According the Denver Post the ineffectual Office of Independent Monitor (OIM) has found that an officer who remains nameless has violated a pledge to refrain from drinking. Richard Rosenthal of the OIM claims that the officer in question consumes 13 drinks a day. Apparently, this specific drunk ass pig has been having domestic issues which are embarrassing for the department so they had him give a vow of sobriety and shockingly he has broken the vow. Shit, if a citizen drinks on the job we get fired, if police do, they take a vow. Interestingly, as the Denver Post article points out, Rosenthal for the first time in five years feels that the Internal Affairs investigation regarding this matter was insufficient. Funny how he’s okay with hundreds of complaints of brutality, but a drunk just doesn’t go down right for this moral entrepreneur.

This officer is clearly not the only popo that has a drinking issue, or hell maybe its the same pig.    Remember the state patrolman David Dolan that got booked on DUI charges in the end of March. For more info on Dolan click here:  https://westdenvercopwatch.wordpress.com/2010/03/22/boozebulletsbadgefast-carfun/

There are very serious issues at hand. We all know that alcohol can lead to violence particularly with people, like the police, that are already prone to violence. It is scary to think about a drunk pig running around our streets strapped to the gill. Furthermore, there is a long history of armed state apparatuses using alcohol as a crutch for committing horrific acts of genocide and brutality. Remember Sand Creek. Most of those pieces of shit murders were drunk on whiskey.

Be safe out there people. Its bad enough to have crazy ass popo running around, but drunk ones too, lord have mercy.

Trooper’s BAC level more than double legal limit

By Jace Larson

9News

POSTED: 03/26/2010 04:02:01 PM MDT

UPDATED: 03/26/2010 04:06:07 PM MDT

David Dolan (Colorado State Patrol | )

The Colorado State Patrol trooper arrested in his patrol car on allegations he was drinking while on the job had a blood alcohol level of .194, according to an arrest record reviewed by 9Wants to Know.

Douglas County Sheriff’s deputies arrested David Dolan, 48, after pulling him over at Platte Canyon and C-470 around 7:05 a.m. Monday, shortly after a Douglas County deputy spotted his car driving westbound on C-470 at Santa Fe.

The deputy who pulled Dolan over said he could “smell the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from inside the state patrol vehicle.”

Following his arrest, Dolan was brought to a sheriff’s office substation where he agreed to take a “walk and turn” test that helps officers determine whether someone is intoxicated.

“He was not able to keep his balance and stepped off the line two times,” the arresting officer wrote.

Dolan then chose to take a breath test and blew a .194, a level more than double the .08 legal limit.

Read the rest of this report at 9News.com.

Read more: http://www.denverpost.com/ci_14765575#ixzz0jLTIBAiw

Booze+Bullets+Badge+Fast Car=FUN!

State trooper arrested on DUI charges in Douglas Co.

By Kieran Nicholson

The Denver Postfile:///
POSTED: 03/22/2010 08:07:02 AM MDT
UPDATED: 03/22/2010 12:23:59 PM MDT

David Dolan (Colorado State Patrol | )

A Colorado State Patrol trooper, in uniform and driving a marked patrol car, was pulled over this morning by sheriff’s deputies and arrested on suspicion of drinking and driving.

The incident happened at about 7 a.m. after the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office received “multiple calls” reporting that a state patrol car was “driving erratically” on northbound I-25 near Castle Rock, the sheriff’s office said in a media release.

The trooper has been identified as 21-year-veteran David Dolan, assigned to a unit in Colorado Springs.

Response to the calls this morning was transferred to the State Patrol because it was on the interstate and involved a State Patrol cruiser.

But a short time later the State Patrol called sheriff’s dispatchers “asking for our assistance in locating the vehicle and checking on the welfare of the driver,” according to a media release from the sheriff’s office.

“Around 7:05 a.m., a Douglas County deputy spotted the vehicle on westbound C-470 at Santa Fe and was able to pull the vehicle over at Platte Canyon and C-470,” the release said. “After contacting the driver, who was confirmed to be a Colorado State Trooper in full uniform, he was taken into custody for investigation of driving under the influence of alcohol.”

Dolan, 48, was handcuffed and taken to the Douglas County Jail where he was booked on suspicion of DUI, DUI per se, and prohibited use of weapons.

He has been placed on unpaid administrative leave by the patrol as the incident is investigated by the sheriff’s office. The state patrol is conducting a concurrent investigation as well.

“While any violation of law is serious, this alleged act is very concerning given the nature of the mission of the Colorado State Patrol,” Col. James Wolfinbarger, chief of the CSP, said in a statement. “We have a 75-year history of combating impaired and drunken driving and are deeply committed to eradicating this senseless crime on our roads.”

Kieran Nicholson: 303-954-1822 or knicholson@denverpost.com.

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