|Where do you go for help when the people who are meant to keep you safe are the real danger?|
Our last post was about two LRPD officers recently involved in domestic violence incidents.
One of those domestic abusers was Jonathan Walker.
We were contacted by a female that was stalked by Walker after he responded to a call to her residence when a now former boyfriend abused her.
She later received a message from him on Instagram from him.
Walker claimed they "matched" on a dating site.
We asked for a copy of the MVR footage from the incident. LRPD responded that it was no longer available.
That's a shame as cops often forget that they are being recorded and make some interesting comments.
Perhaps Walker made comments to other officers about the female he subsequently stalked.
We will never know.
And LRPD might let him resign to keep investigative files from becoming releasable public records.
You might recall our post back in May 2018 about another creepy LRPD officer Jason "Horndog" Butler (if not - click here to view it.
On our Bad Government in Arkansas blog we recently posted about an Arkansas State Police Trooper that used law enforcement resources to stalk and harass a female for several years. You can read that post by clicking here.
Being assaulted or stalked by anyone is surely a deeply disturbing experience; when your stalker is a cop, it must inspire a special kind of terror.
Police officers have easy access to all kinds of information, tracking technology, and, don’t forget, weapons. Where do you go for help when the people who are meant to keep you safe are the real danger?