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Is mercenary LRPD cop Danielle Robinson fit for duty?

The city of Little Rock has refused to comment on this matter due to the involvement of Cochran

Russ Racop - Snarky Media Group

Records obtained via a Freedom of Information request from the Little Rock Police Department cast doubt on the fitness of duty for mercenary LRPD cop Danielle Robinson, a resident of Jacksonville, AR.

Just what is Robinson's alleged disability? After all she is charged with protecting citizens of the city and enforcing laws and carries weapons, well, some of the time she does. Recently Robinson had her weapons and gear in her personnel vehicle, a violation of LRPD policy, and they were stolen.  Does she have physical or mental issues that can impact her ability to function? Do these disabilities place citizens and other cops in danger?

Take a look at this video.

Perhaps there is some good news for Robinson about her stolen handgun, the Arkansas State Police recovered a gun reported stolen by LRPD yesterday during the search of a vehicle during a traffic stop. We have made a request to ASP for records and will post an update to confirm if it was her weapon.

Additional records obtained show that Robinson wanted to take leave and go work for a few days for a company that would pay her around $1000 a day for her off-duty cop services during the aftermath of hurricane Ida.

LRPD administration nixed that idea. They barely have enough mercenary cops to patrol the street and provide them with #copaganda material. Can't have folks taking leave using city issued equipment for side jobs out-of-state.

Like most all LRPD cops. Robinson makes around $25-30K a year from side jobs while off-duty.


Robinson's Facebook page might give a clue to her "disability".


She also makes reference to not liking to respond to a certain kind of call as a Little Rock cop.

According to Robinson's Linkedin page, she is also looking to get a better job.



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We have sent a request for records regarding Robinson's complaint against fellow cop and superior Lt. C.P. Thomas.  Stay tuned for updates.

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