El Monte police union’s pick for ‘Officer of the Year’ didn’t work in 2020

A police detective in a Los Angeles suburb was named officer of the year for 2020 by his union even though he did not work that year because he had been placed on administrative leave, Southern California News Group reported. Officer Carlos Molina was honored at an El Monte City Council meeting in...

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tob007
tob007
67 · 5 days ago · Reddit

That's why hes officer of the year! Hes got it all figured out man! What a legend.

livelikeits420
livelikeits420
36 · 5 days ago · Reddit

That’s what makes him officer of the year. Can’t kill innocent people while on duty if you’re never on duty taps head

pietro187
pietro187
32 · 4 days ago · Reddit

God, cops are such drama queens. “Wahhhhh, we hate being held accountable for our actions so we voted for a suspended cop to send a message. Stop being so mean to us!!!”

Bitches.

ken_NT
ken_NT
25 · 4 days ago · Reddit

19 months of paid administrative leave?

I’m in the wrong business