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Court filings reveal mercenary LRPD cop Ray Moreno to be a tax scofflaw and bill paying deadbeat with a long history of disciplinary problems

Mercenary LRPD cop Raymond Moreno - Tax Scofflaw & Deadbeat

Public records reflect that mercenary LRPD cop Raymond Moreno refused to pay his state income taxes when due resulting in the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration ("DFA") filing liens against him and ultimately garnishing his wages.

These records indicate that he owed over $42,000 to the State of Arkansas.

We suspect he owed some Federal Income Taxes as well.

Moreno and his wife, failed to pay state income taxes when due for 2006, 2007, and 2009.

A lien was filed against him on April 26, 2012.

DFA took further legal action in November of 2019.

Deadbeat Moreano also was sued by AT&T for non-payment of his cellphone bill.

He failed to answer the lawsuit and AT&T obtained a default judgment and subsequently garnished his wages.

LRPD has policies that addresses deadbeat cops ( See the LRPD Rules and Regulations by clicking here).

Moreno also has a concerning disciplinary record and a history of lengthy suspensions for LRPD policy violations.

He was even suspended when he was a cadet for making 20 long distance phone calls paid for by us.

Moreno's personnel files has several memorandums referencing internal investigations being conducted on him, ones that must have only resulted in a verbal or written warning.  

The discipline records LRPD provided us last year for all sworn officers did not have this 30 day suspension for Moreno listed.

Moreno has been a fuck-up since he was a cadet. 

Add his failure to pay taxes and bills when due to the mix and his sorry ass needs to be fired.

We can use his salary to hire a couple of decent, law abiding officers.

Maybe even ones that will be residents of the city that employs them. 

***UPDATE 04/18/20*** 

Mercenary LRPD cop Ray "FuckTaxes Moreno, uses a take-home vehicle to drive from his home in Sherwood to his off-duty, side job at Kroger on Col. Glenn in Little Rock. We pay for the fuel for this too.

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