Interview For FF Position Ends With Arrest

Muhammed Ojibara was arrested on three outstanding warrants when he appeared for an interview with the Township of Irvington, New Jersey for a firefighter position. Ojibara’s arrest occurred on September 14, 2016, under 2007 Newark and 2008 Jersey City warrants for “failure or refusal to pay prescribed fare” and a 2008 Newark warrant for “evading or attempting to evade payment.” When the Township removed Ojibara from its eligibility list…

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Officer Cell Phone Search Case Heading To Trial

On August 22, 2014, the 113th class of the Port Authority Police Department (PAPD) graduated from police academy training. On that day, all of the graduates became probationary police officers in the PAPD. The following day, some of the officers organized a post-graduation event at a beer garden in Jersey City, NJ. Following that event, approximately 95 officers and several academy instructors continued to an after-party at the Texas…

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Search, Arrest Warrants On Police Chief Violated Fourth Amendment

Paul Armijo was the Police Chief of the Village of Columbus in New Mexico. The local District Attorney’s office began investigating Armijo on allegations of improper evidence handling, inventory problems relating to both police equipment and evidence, and the mishandling of City funds and impounded vehicles. The most prominent allegation against Armijo was that he may have misappropriated two firearms. Based on its investigation, the District Attorney’s office sought…

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