Saturday, February 28, 2015

Thieving providence pig caught stealing property from people stopped by cops

Among the items stolen from property were my cell phone which william dickie took from property and used to obtain the phone numbers for my cousin Homa Khanoum Basseri-Teymourian and for Marjan Faritous/Persia Pele which dickie used to make threatening calls to in June 2014, and in 2012 when an engraved Austrian Mint safety letter opener was stolen by pig ivan tavarez. The reporter neglects to mention that this has been normal behavior since January 2003 when esserman became providence pig chief. Justice would be to have the hands chopped off these thieving pigs who use their badges as an excuse to do whatever they want.

  • Providence officer indicted on charges of stealing from evidence room

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  • Providence Patrolman Michael McCarthy in 2012KATHY BORCHERSProvidence Patrolman Michael McCarthy in 2012
  • Amanda Milkovits 

    Posted Feb. 27, 2015 at 5:59 PM
    Updated Feb 27, 2015 at 6:05 PM 

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- A 36-year veteran Providence police officer has been indicted on charges of stealing a gun, diamond ring and money from the police department's property room.
    Michael McCarthy, 61, of Warwick, will be arraigned March 6 at Providence County Superior Court on charges of larceny of a firearm, receiving stolen goods, felony larceny over $1,500 and embezzlement. The attorney general's office announced the grand jury indictments on Friday.
    The Providence police began investigating McCarthy last fall, after a diamond ring that had been recovered from a theft disappeared. That led to an overall audit of the entire property room and the realization that there were more items missing. 
    McCarthy had been assigned to the property and evidence room for several years. He didn't have access to drugs seized by police, but he did have access to jewelry, money, firearms and other items.
    The police initially arrested him in October on a felony charge of fraudulent conversion and suspended him without pay from the department, as the criminal and internal affairs investigations continued. He has been out on $5,000 personal recognizance.  
     The police chief said at the time that it was the patrolman's first offense in his long career.


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