|Lt. Andre Dyer drives a marked vehicle to his home in Mabelvale|
|LRPD Lt. Andre Dyer|
In 2017 we spent $1,305.98 on fuel for Dyer's take-home vehicle.
In 2018 we spent $4,297.22 on fuel for Dyer's take-home vehicle.
In 2019 we spent $3,287.91 on fuel for Dyer's take-home vehicle.
LRPD and the city of Little Rock refused to provide us information regarding the city where the take-home cars go. So much for being transparent and open.
They provided it previously and you can read our post about that by clicking here.
Since they refuse to provide the information (the take home city is what we requested), we will post where these vehicles are actually going (their address which was not requested and is exempt under the AFOIA) and how much we pay for the fuel to provide transportation for these officers to drive to and from their homes each day.
More than half of all LRPD officers refuse to live in the city of Little Rock and be a true part of our community. Those are mercenary officers.
Most all of the LRPD take-home vehicles go to homes outside of Little Rock.
Many LRPD officers that have take-home vehicles use them to drive to and from off-duty jobs where they moonlight at security for merchants and direct traffic at churches on Sundays.
We believe this violates certain state laws and will be filing complaints with the Arkansas Ethics Commission concerning this illegal activity.
All the information used in this post is public information, readily available from the Internet or from a Freedom of Information Request. We used the interwebs in this instance.
|Dyer poses for a City Hall Selfie in 2018|
Dyer was bitten by a fellow K9 officer back in 2015.
The dog bite caused him to fire his weapon.
Dyer sued the city over disclosure of exempt information by CLR Human Resources employee Stacey Witherell.
Dyer has a disciplinary record of not following the orders of a supervisor; insubordination; performance of duties as required by orders or policies; conduct unbecoming and dereliction of duty.