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Our allegations about the beleagured Chief Humphrey are addressed by other media outlets - Those outlets identify a leak at LRPD

On Tuesday May 12th, we posted about the LRPD's Chief Keef getting caught early in the morning of April 3rd at his side-chick's house. We also detailed serious issues with her pending employment under Chief Keef at LRPD. You can view our post by clicking here.

On Wednesday May 13th, Chief Keef and our May 12th post were discussed on a talk show on KARN during an interview with City Direct Lance Hines.

Hines stated that he has no confidence in Little Rock Police Chief Keith Humphrey. He went on to say“This latest issue is very concerning and I am not confident that our police chief can continue to lead our department." He added,
“My confidence in our police chief is not there” and that “There is a quite a bit dysfunction going on in the leadership.”

KATV aired a story about what City Director Hines was putting out about lawsuits filed against Chief Keef and his personal financial issues, issues we exposed in a post back on April 12th. You can view that post by clicking here.
City Director Capi Peck was also featured expressing her unfavorable position about Chief Keef  in a live-stream on Facebook.

On May 14th, KARK and FOX16 aired this story that was a line by line read of our breaking May 12th story.

The story that aired on the sister stations revealed that it was one of Chief Keef's crew, Kevin Sexson,  that caught him trying to slip away from his sleep over at Karen Hunter's (his side-chick) WLR home, just blocks away from the NW Police Substation.

According to sources, Sexson was responding to a "dead body call" in Hunters neighborhood and recognized Chief Keef's city issued ride backed into her driveway.

The MVR (mobile video recorder) documented Sexson's discovery of the chief's vehicle and his interaction with the chief.

Sexson has a history of disciplinary problems at LRPD and his own issues with personal finances.

Sexson is also one of  the many mercenary LRPD cops as he lives in Hot Springs, in Garland County.

More than half of all LRPD cops refuse to live in Little Rock because of crime and schools.

Around 80% of all white LRPD cops live outside Little Rock.

Residency of LRPD cops and take-home cars that give free rides to and from work for the mercenary cops are a serious issues that must be addressed and will no doubt be a hot topic in this years city board election.


One thing these media outlets fail to mention is that in addition to all the lawsuits other cops have filed against Chief Keef, we have four filed against him concerning FOI violations and more being filed as soon as the Circuit Court opens back up.

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