Saturday, September 4, 2010

Officer Nicole Rabior - Detroit PD

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Officer Nicole Rabior - Arrested for domestic violence against boyfriend






On August 24, 2004, Detroit Police Officer Nicole Rabior was arrested for a domestic violence assault against her boyfriend. A felony warrant was issued against Officer Rabior, charging her with “Felonious Assault,” contrary to MCL 750.82. Felonious Assault is punishable as a felony with four (4) years in prison and/or a fine of $2,000.00.





Information on Officer Rabior's domestic violence case and the charges against her seem to have disappeared. But, in September 2010 Officer Rabior resurfaced in the news. This time Officer Rabior [still a police officer with the Detroit PD]  had been arrested for drunk driving.










Detroit cop's hearing in fleeing case adjourned

2:23 AM, Oct 15, 2010
Written by
GINA DAMRON
FREE PRESS STAFF WRITER
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:UZw6-bYiTKMJ:www.freep.com/article/20101015/NEWS01/10150312/1001/RSS01+&cd=8&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us

A pretrial hearing Thursday for Detroit Police Officer Nicole L. Rabior, charged with drunken driving and fleeing the scene of an accident, was adjourned until Dec. 9 so her attorney has more time to review materials.

Rabior is charged with operating under the influence of liquor and failing to stop at the scene of a property damage accident Sept. 4. Investigators said she was off duty when she drove her personal vehicle while intoxicated and hit ...

                      Detroit releases mug of officer in hit-and-run case
1:18 AM, Sep. 30, 2010
Written by
GINA DAMRON
FREE PRESS STAFF WRITER
http://www.freep.com/article/20100930/NEWS01/9300370/1001/News/Detroit-releases-mug-of-officer-in-hit-and-run-case



Detroit officials released the jail booking photo this week of police Officer Nicole L. Rabior, who is charged with drunken driving and fleeing the scene of an off-duty, hit-and-run accident Sept 4.

The Detroit Police Department would not immediately release Rabior's photo, despite a 2009 Michigan Court of Appeals order that required it to release the booking photo of an officer facing misdemeanor charges in a different case. Instead, police referred the matter of Rabior's photo to the law department. The Free Press requested her photo under the Freedom of Information Act on Sept. 7.

                  Off duty DPD officer busted for DUI, leaving the scene of an accident
September 8, 2010
By: Robert Brignall
http://www.examiner.com/article/off-duty-dpd-officer-busted-for-dui-leaving-the-scene-of-an-accident



Detroit police officer Nicole L. Rabior was arraigned in 36th district court Tuesday on one en Rabior had a few drinks and collided with a car stopped at a red light at Gratiot and Houston. When she did not stop, the owner of the damaged car called the police. Shortly thereafter, the Roseville police pulled her over in Eastpointe.

At Tuesday's arraignment, Rabior was granted a $5,000 bond on the condition she submit to an alcohol evaluation.

This is not Rabior's first brush with the law. She has a prior conviction for misdemeanor assault and battery in Clinton Twp, involving a dispute with her domestic partner on August 26, 2004. She struck the man's head with her fist, then hit him in the head with a cell phone charger.

Rabior's next court appearance in the present case is scheduled for October 14.











Detroit Police Officer Charged With Drunk Driving
Sep 7, 2010
By AMY LANGE
myFOXDetroit.com
http://wchbnewsdetroit.com/884401/detroit-police-officer-charged-with-drunk-driving/


DETROIT – 28-year-old Nicole Rabior, a Detroit Police officer since 2001, is charged with driving drunk and leaving the scene of an accident.

Investigators say around 2:45 Saturday afternoon, Rabior was off-duty and in her own car when she hit another car stopped at the red light at Houston-Whittier and Gratiot on Detroit’s east side.

The other driver wasn’t hurt, but immediately called 911. Detroit Police notified other agencies to be on the lookout for her car. Roseville Police spotted it and pulled her over.

Tuesday, she was charged with two misdemeanors. This isn’t the first time this police officer has been in trouble with the law. In 2004, she was arrested in Clinton Township for beating her boyfriend with a cell phone charger when he threatened to break up with her.

She’s remains on-duty with Detroit Police, but an Internal Affairs investigation is underway.

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