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Trial over confiscated LL pins begins

May 29, 2013

“He was ballistic, but as soon as I turned them over ... it was like he was Jekyll and Hyde,” Randy Shrey said during Tuesday’s opening day of a civil jury trial in U.S. Middle District Court....

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Millwe

Nov-09-13 10:22 PM

What I want to know is why didn't the DA's office pursue this with charges against this cop. I don't want to pay his retirement and he should not have one let alone wear a uniform. The people of Williamsport really need to let the administration and mayor know this is not acceptable and cannot be tolerated. Thankfully the attorney representing the Shreys has both integrity and intelligence. Maybe he should be the next DA! Now all Williamsport needs is a new police chief and mayor and then clean up at City Hall!!!

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jeff33

Jun-03-13 1:55 PM

"ANOTHER CROOKED COP"!!!

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pointer

May-29-13 10:03 AM

This is so ridiculous. Shrey making a buck off the WPD name and Kontz using his badge to steal pins. Kontz clearly in the wrong... however both need to get a life. All over stupid pins! Seems like dismissal and loss of pension is in order.

I'm in full support of local law enforcement but they need to be held to the same standards of which they are paid to enforce. Trivial or not, corruption is corruption plan and simple.

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aretesancus

May-29-13 7:30 AM

Or, wwhickok, this is another example of a rush to judgement on your part based on a news article that condensed the first day of testimony into a few paragraphs.

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wwhickok

May-29-13 6:21 AM

This is just another example of the police forces in the region thinking they can do to people and treat people however they wish because they wear a badge. But in reality, if it weren't for the people they're paid to "maintain" and protect, they would be out of work.

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