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Police Officer Arrested By FBI For Smoking Crack On Duty

Just a Few Bad Apples Part I
By Christopher R Rice

By cganemccalla WSAW

The FBI has arrested a Platteville Police Officer, charging her with smoking crack cocaine.

The news came as a shock to the small police department. Monday afternoon Platteville Police Chief Doug McKinley got a visit from the FBI. “They let us know that they’d had an ongoing investigation concerning a member of our department.”

Officer Michelle Salentine was arrested without incident when she reported for duty. She appeared in federal court Tuesday, accused of smoking crack cocaine.

Salentine joined the Platteville Police Department in September of 2004. “Been a very good officer, but apparently had some things going on that we were unaware of,” says McKinley.

According to court documents, Salentine says she’s been smoking crack 4 to 6 times a week for the past year.

A confidential witness tipped off the FBI in February. Chief McKinley says Salentine is a patrol officer for the night shift. “She was working predominantly 7pm to 7am.”

According to the witness, Salentine has smoked crack while on duty. On March 4th, the witness texted a law enforcement officer at 1:35 am, saying, “your girl is here smoking she has a stem and a bag, getting f***ed up here and in the squad, she’s getting to go back on duty.”


UPDATED Thursday, December 30, 2010

A federal judge has sentenced a former Platteville police officer to prison for turning her home into a drug house.

Twenty-nine-year-old Michelle Salentine pleaded guilty with maintaining a crack house. U.S. District Judge William H. Conley sentenced her to a year and a day in prison on Thursday.

The case began when an informant told FBI agents Salentine smoked crack on duty. Agents arrested her and recovered several suspected marijuana bongs and crack pipes from her house.

Salentine wrote a letter to Conley saying she relied on crack to cope with back injuries suffered while on duty, her older brother's death in July and her twin brother's drug addiction.

Dallas police dispatcher arrested, charged with crack cocaine delivery

Update Sept. 15, 2014: Marshall was released from Dallas County jail on Thursday.

The Dallas Police Department has placed him on administrative leave.

Original post, Sept. 10: A Dallas police dispatcher was arrested early Wednesday after police say they caught him with crack cocaine and various pills in his car in northeast Dallas.

Officers patrolling a high-crime area saw Rodney Marshall’s car around 12:35 a.m. sitting near a curb in the 6400 block of Slopes Drive. Police said in an arrest warrant affidavit that Marshall, 63, appeared nervous and began shifting in the driver’s seat when he saw the officers drive closer.

The officers went up to the car and began talking to Marshall, whose zipper was down, according to the affidavit. When the cops asked why Marhsall was there, he told them he was there to take an 87-year-old man to the store. Marshall said the man called him and told him to come over and help him, so he did. But Marshall also told officers the man hadn’t answered his door and then claimed he couldn’t call the man up and ask him where he was because the man didn’t have a phone.

Police towed the car after Marshall couldn’t prove he had valid insurance. The car’s owner later told police that the man had borrowed his car to meet a girl, not an 87-year-old man, and take her to the store.

Inside the car, police say they found eight baggies of suspected crack cocaine in the center console. The total weight was less than a gram. They also found a number of different unidentified pills on the man, as well as $195 in cash. The pills are being analyzed.

Marshall has been a dispatcher since 2000. He is currently being held in Dallas County Jail in lieu of $1,500 bail. He has been charged with cocaine delivery.

Ex-cop charged with possessing crack cocaine resigned days prior to arrest 2015
By James Kleimann | NJ Advance Media for  

NEW MILFORD -- The former New Milford police officer who allegedly had crack cocaine and a hypodermic needle on him when he was arrested in Elmwood Park last Friday officially resigned just two days prior to his arrest, according to officials.

Detective Sgt. Brian Long, of the New Milford Police Department, confirmed that patrolman Daniel DeMarco resigned effective Wednesday, April 1. It was accepted the same day. He said the department otherwise had no comment on the 28-year-old Lodi resident's arrest or any potential disciplinary proceedings, in accordance with attorney general's guidelines.

Elmwood Park Police Chief Michael Foligno told NJ Advance Media that DeMarco was arrested in the parking lot of the Elmwood Village Apartment Complex off Boulevard on Friday afternoon.

He was charged with possession of one bag of crack cocaine, a hypodermic syringe and drug paraphernalia, Foligno said. Police thought DeMarco looked suspicious and was frequenting an area known for narcotics sales, Foligno said. He told Elmwood Park police that he was an officer in New Milford following his arrest, Foligno told NJ Advance Media.

The ex-officer, who had been on the force since December 2013 and made just over $55,500 in base salary, was also charged with being under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance and DWI, the chief said. He was released to a family member. DeMarco did not respond to requests for comment.

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