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Jumping To Conclusions

| Sep 17, 2018 | General Law

An incident occurred where the mayor was confronted on his own property by two drunk individuals. The police Lieutenant, who lead the investigation, knew about, but did not talk to one of the individuals. When the defense located that individual, his account of what happened contradicted the official police account, and the account of the other individual present. It appears that the lieutenant did not want to get this person involved as he would contradict the official account of what happened.

An investigation should be a search for the truth, not an effort to only talk to those who meet a pre-conceived agenda. I would hope that the people of Crosby ask questions about how their police department is lead, and call for an end to biased investigations.