Criminal pasts don't disqualify members of Arpaio posse

Discussion in 'Up to the Minute' started by csziggy, Feb 14, 2013.

  1. csziggy

    csziggy New Member

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    The people Joe Arpaio is hiring should not qualify to carry guns, much less be law enforcement and emphatically NOT protecting children!

    JMO, of course, but this sounds insane to me: quotes about one of the posse:
    (I could not get to the original article quoted in the Salon article - something about cookies being blocked, which I don't have my browser set to do (?). I might need a paid subscription to view articles in their archives, but that is not the message I am getting.)

    This is the kind of person Joe Arpaio thinks appropriate to "guard" children? :what: :banghead: :furious: I am beyond speechless.
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    CHERIE.T Former Member

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    It's nuts isn't it?
  4. Trident

    Trident Well-Known Member

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    I'd like to read the entire thing before I make any judgements. I kinda think Sheriff Joe does a good job.

    My opinion
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    ohiogirl New Member

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    A detention officer in the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office was arrested late last week on allegations that he exchanged nude photos and lurid messages with underage girls from around the United States.

    Sheriff's detectives arrested Dominic Boulter, 51, on Thursday at a Sheriff's Office substation in Avondale. Boulter, a Canadian citizen, was released on a $20,000 bond and ordered to surrender his passport.

    According to an arrest report, Boulter began using an online service called �� in early 2005 to meet young girls between 13 and 17 years old. Boulter ultimately exchanged nude photos and text messages with at least eight underage girls from around the country. Boulter also suggested that he meet the girls in person �to engage in sex acts and to get married,� according to court documents.

    During the encounters, Boulter told the girls he was 15 years old, 27 years old and 32 years old, according to the document.

    Boulter admitted to detectives that he had sent �harmful images� to one underage girl and that he chatted with another via text message and Web cam as he encouraged the child to masturbate, according to court documents.

    Boulter told detectives that he knew the girl was underage, the document says.

    Boulter, a Sun City resident, was booked on suspicion of four counts of transmitting obscene material with a minor, two counts of luring a minor for sexual exploitation, two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor and two counts of unlawful age representation, all felonies.

    The court ordered Boulter to go on an electronic-monitoring program prior to his release and ordered the detention officer to avoid unsupervised contact with minors.

    A statement released Monday indicated Boulter was a seven-year employee of the Sheriff's Office and was in an �administrative segregation unit� at the Lower Buckeye Jail on a $20,000 bond.

    This is from 2009 and says he is/was a detention officer. fyi

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