On September 24, 2009, Glenn was arrested and charged with felonious assault after she assaulted her husband with a hammer. Glenn retained her position working with domestic violence victims at AWARE until her conviction for felonious assault in May 2010.
Former Sheriff Deputy Kevin Haan [Allegan County SD]:
On October 15, 2012, Haan fled the scene of an accident and led police on a high-speed chase that ended with Haan driving his truck into a building.
Haan was charged with: third-degree fleeing and eluding police, a five-year felony; third-offense driving while intoxicated, a five-year felony; resisting and obstructing police, a two-year felony; and leaving the scene of an accident to fixtures (a road sign), a misdemeanor.
Haan's past record:
March 04, 2008: Deputy Kevin Haan [Allegan County SD]: Arrested for domestic violence / making threatening phone calls to his wife.
March 13, 2008: Deputy Kevin Haan [Allegan County SD]: Arrested for violating bond conditions.
March 28, 2008: Deputy Kevin Haan [Allegan County SD]: arrested for drunk driving.
BUENA VISTA POLICE OFFICER KENNETH BLUEW: CONVICTED OF THE MURDER OF HIS PREGNANT GIRLFRIEND AND DEATH OF UNBORN CHILD.
OFFICER BLUEW SENTENCED FOR MURDER OF JENNIFER WEBB AND UNBORN SON
OFFICER BLUEW CONVICTED FOR MURDER OF JENNIFER WEBB: VIDEOS
OFFICER BLUEW CONVICTED FOR MURDER OF JENNIFER WEBB: PHOTOS
OFFICER BLUEW CONVICTED FOR MURDER OF JENNIFER WEBB: NEWS
OFFICER BLUEW TRIAL FOR MURDER OF JENNIFER WEBB: VIDEOS
OFFICER BLUEW TRIAL FOR MURDER OF JENNIFER WEBB: PHOTOS
OFFICER BLUEW TRIAL FOR MURDER OF JENNIFER WEBB: NEWS
OFFICER KEN BLUEW: WEBB MURDER CASE [VIDEOS]
OFFICER KEN BLUEW: WEBB MURDER CASE [NEWS]
OFFICER BLUEW: PRELIMINARY FOR WEBB MURDER [VIDEOS]
OFFICER BLUEW: PRELIMINARY FOR WEBB MURDER - PHOTOS
OFFICER BLUEW: PRELIMINARY FOR WEBB MURDER [NEWS]
OFFICER KEN BLUEW: ARRESTED FOR MURDER OF JENNY WEBB [VIDEOS]
OFFICER BLUEW ARRESTED FOR MURDER OF JENNY WEBB - PHOTOS
OFFICER KEN BLUEW: ARRESTED FOR MURDER OF JENNY WEBB - NEWS
MURDER OF JENNIFER WEBB: VIDEOS
MURDER OF JENNIFER WEBB: PHOTOS
MURDER OF JENNIFER WEBB: NEWS ARTICLES
CORRECTIONS OFFICER ROB DENNIS [IONIA]
Jamie Lynn Wilson Dennis. Murdered by her husband / corrections officer Rob Dennis
Friends and neighbors reported that the Dennis' had marital problems and that they had heard noises, including gunshots coming from the Dennis' home.
However, authorities maintained that the Dennis' did not have any known history of domestic violence.
OFFICER DEAN TOWARD [WARREN PD]
February 2008: Chesterfield PD arrested Warren Officer Dean Toward arrested on probable cause for domestic violence against his step-daughter. After Officer Toward's arrest, his step-daughter contacted the prosecutor's office and Toward was never formally charged.
October 2008: Warren officer Toward filed a lawsuit against the Chesterfield police officers who arrested him for DV. Toward claimed the officers violated his civil rights by arresting him, because he was never formally charged with DV.
FORMER MICHIGAN SENATOR DAVID JAYE:
According to a recent article in the Deadline Detroit, videos of infamous "gay porn mustached...drinking problem...drop his gun in a state capitol...star of a racist cable program...accused of domestic violence...drunk driving...storing porn on his state issued computer," Senator David Jaye is now a making a come back. It appears that videos on youtube of Jaye's former 1990's cable access show are becoming a hit.
MACOMB COUNTY SHERIFF DEPUTY THOMAS SUAVE:
Convicted of stalking and domestic violence. Sentenced to two years probation. Allegations of misuse of Department's LEIN system and internal discipline, still pending.
WASHTENAW COUNTY SHERIFF CHARLES BALL: Charged with assault with a dangerous weapon, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and domestic violence [03-02-2012]
HART CITY COUNCILMAN TIMOTHY SHANNON CHARGED IN MURDER OF HIS WIFE: LEE-ANN SHANNON [12-29-2012]:
HART COUNCILMAN TIMOTHY SHANNON: CHARGED IN MURDER OF WIFE, LEE-ANN [NEWSPAPER ARTICLES]
HART COUNCILMAN TIMOTHY SHANNON: VIDEOS: MURDER CASE
HART COUNCILMAN TIMOTHY SHANNON: PHOTOS: MURDER CASE
LEE-ANN ELIZABETH SHANNON MURDER: COUNCILMAN TIMOTHY SHANNON CHARGED
DEPUTY RYAN SALISBURY [GRAND TRAVERSE SHERIFF DEPARTMENT]
2011: Investigated for domestic violence altercation with his ex-wife. Deputy Salisbury was not charged:
December 07, 2012: arrestd for domestic violence and disorderly conduct. Deputy Salisbury pled guilty to disorderly conduct and the domestic violence charges were dropped:
OFFICER RONALD DUPUIS:
[Former Ecorse Police Officer; Former Southgate Police Officer; Former Highland Park Police Officer; AND Former Hamtramck Police Officer; Current Highland Police Department]
Feb. 17, 1997: Officer Ronald Dupuis written up for careless driving while on duty. Ecorse Police Department.
Between 1997 and 1998: Officer Ronald Dupuis leaves the Ecorse PD and becomes an officer with the Southgate PD.
October 08, 1998: Officer Ronald Dupuis allegedly beat up a mentally disabled man. Southgate PD.
November 04, 1998: Officer Ronald Dupuis reprimanded by the Southgate Police Department for the October 8th beating incident.
Dec. 24, 1998: Officer Ronald Dupuis accused of falsifying overtime slips. Southgate PD.
March 16, 1999: Officer Ronald Dupuis accused of stalking a woman and repeatedly pulling her over while he was on duty. Southgate PD.
March 30, 1999: Officer Ronald Dupuis was informed that he would be fired from the Southgate PD [Stalking incident].
April 02, 1999: Officer Ronald Dupuis resigned from the Southgate PD, to avoid being fired for stalking incident.
Sometime after April 02, 1999: Officer Ronald Dupuis was hired by the Highland Police Department [after resigning from the Southgate PD, to avoid being fired for stalking incident].
Nov. 7, 2000: Officer Ronald Dupuis was laid off by the Highland Park Public Safety department.
Sometime after November 07, 2000: Officer Ronald Dupuis was hired by the Hamtramack PD, after being laid off by the Highland PD.
April 21, 2002: Officer Ronald Dupuis was accused of assaulting a man during a traffic stop. Hamtramck PD. Resulted in a lawsuit, which was settled for $20,000 on November 05, 2005. Dupuis was not fired from the Hamtramack PD. for this incident.
Nov. 3, 2005: Officer Ronald Dupuis was accused of discharging a Taser stun gun and striking his female partner, Officer Prema Graham, in the leg with the weapon. [Hamtramack PD]
Nov. 10, 2005: Officer Ronald Dupuis was fired from the Hamtramck Police Department for tasering Officer Prema Graham.
Sometime after November 10, 2005: Officer Ronald Dupuis won legal challenges related to the tasering incident Officer Prema Graham, and the Hamtramck PD's firing of him.
Sometime after November 10, 2005: Officer Ronald Dupuis returned to duty at the Highland Police Department [previously laid off from department in November 2000].
Dec. 7, 2005: Officer Ronald Dupuis charged with misdemeanor assault and battery in connection with the Taser incident.
April 01, 2006: Officer Ronald Dupuis found not guilty at trial of November 2005 taser incident against Officer Prema Graham
June 16, 2006: Officer Ronald Dupuis won an unemployment claim dispute against the City of Hamtramck for their firing of him after the November 2005 taser incident Officer Prema Graham. Chief of Police also refused to reinstate Dupuis.
2006: Officer Ronald Dupuis filed a lawsuit against the City of Hamtramck and Officer Prema Graham [November 2005 taser incident]
August 2006: City of Hamtramck lost appeal on Officer Ronald Dupuis' unemployment.
November 01, 2006: Officer Ronald Dupuis filed a lawsuit against the City of Hamtramck: Civil Rights / Employment. Police Chief refused to reinstate him. [November 2005 taser incident of Officer Graham].
January 2007: Officer Ronald Dupuis filed suit to be reinstated to Hamtramck PD, following his being terminated after November 2005 taser incident against Officer Prema Graham.
October 31, 2008: Officer Ronald Dupuis filed suit against City of Hamtramck.
February 28, 2012: Officer Ronald Dupuis filed a suit against Highland Park: Civil Rights / Employment.
May 22, 2012: Officer Ronald Dupuis' gun "accidently" went off outside the department's cell block. Dupuis was shot in the leg. Sources at the Highland PD said there would be no disciplinary action taken against Dupuis.