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    Off-duty cop "goes into the wrong apartment" and kills man

    Female officer comes home after her shift and "accidentally" goes into a neighbor's apartment, shoots him to death.

    Apparently they are trying to go after her for manslaughter. The police are calling it a "very unique situation." Social media is buzzing with people claiming they had been in a relationship. I don't know, but who the fuck goes into the wrong apartment? She was coming home after work, so unless she was drinking on the job she obviously wasn't intoxicated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Upset View Post
    Female officer comes home after her shift and "accidentally" goes into a neighbor's apartment, shoots him to death.

    Apparently they are trying to go after her for manslaughter. The police are calling it a "very unique situation." Social media is buzzing with people claiming they had been in a relationship. I don't know, but who the fuck goes into the wrong apartment? She was coming home after work, so unless she was drinking on the job she obviously wasn't intoxicated.

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    she drunk or on drugs or just a racist person.
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    Hmmm. She did not know her own apartment? Sounds to me like she was intoxicated.

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    Either that or distracted and or so tired she wasn't thinking straight, I got into someone's car thinking it was mine and hubby's it looked like ours, I wasn't paying attention just deep in thought, The door wasn't locked on the car for some reason I opened the door and got in and sat there, waiting for hubby and he comes to me knocks on the window and says honey this is not our car.
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    Would she not have to use her keys to gain entrance to "her" apartment ? Something off about this one.
    To really know people is to be able to read between the lines on their faces.

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    I asked my hubby that same question Shellc, it's a gated community and most people don't lock their doors in a gated community, but yeah something seems fishy about this one.
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    she has been charged with manslaughter

    https://nypost.com/2018/09/09/cop-wh...-manslaughter/


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    That is one hard looking 30 year old.
    To really know people is to be able to read between the lines on their faces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mansfield67 View Post
    That is one hard looking 30 year old.
    Was so thinking the same thing.
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    Was the door locked? If not she just walked in? Did not realize this was not her apartment when he opened the door? Did not recognize him living close by? From what I am reading sounds like he was a very nice guy. Very sad. And yes sounds fishy to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leasie View Post
    Was the door locked? If not she just walked in? Did not realize this was not her apartment when he opened the door? Did not recognize him living close by? From what I am reading sounds like he was a very nice guy. Very sad. And yes sounds fishy to me.
    True, some very good questions. Hope we have answers soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leasie View Post
    Was the door locked? If not she just walked in? Did not realize this was not her apartment when he opened the door? Did not recognize him living close by? From what I am reading sounds like he was a very nice guy. Very sad. And yes sounds fishy to me.
    It was a gated community, and lots didn't lock their doors. Cop probably didn't lock hers either, so going on in wasn't a red flag. I don't know what to think. When I was little a drunk got our house mixed up with his girlfriend's house next door. He walked in, and Daddy yanked his rifle and pulled the trigger. Gun wasn't loaded. That's what makes me wonder if she was drunk. Also, I've never seen a female cop that didn't have that hard-look on her face.

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    To really know people is to be able to read between the lines on their faces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mansfield67 View Post
    I was just about to say just because she was charged means nothing these days considering the amount of times cops have gotten away with it but maybe not. She seems a little too trigger happy and I wouldn't be surprised if there were other occasions she's brought it out to threaten people that weren't recorded or reported. Either way she's been doing it four years so she can't blame it on a rookie mistake.

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    So I see now they found some marijuana in the victim's
    apt.(1..2...3 until fox news will blame him living in his own
    place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mansfield67 View Post
    This is a very good point.
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    Out on bail, walking free after killing a guy in his own home for no reason. Government protecting its own once again. Can't wait to see how many more ways they're going to spin this to make her the "victim" that everyone should feel sorry for. I bet if it ever goes to trial she's acquitted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StudioJoe View Post
    Out on bail, walking free after killing a guy in his own home for no reason. Government protecting its own once again. Can't wait to see how many more ways they're going to spin this to make her the "victim" that everyone should feel sorry for. I bet if it ever goes to trial she's acquitted.
    Sadly, very true.
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    Did they drug test her?
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    They did a blood draw to test for drugs/alcohol at the scene. It shouldn't take this long for the results, I wonder if they have been "lost."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mansfield67 View Post
    Would she not have to use her keys to gain entrance to "her" apartment ? Something off about this one.
    I totally agree, just doesn't makes sense. Even if you were intoxicated, most people know their own place, seems suspect to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWrath of MadelineKahn View Post
    They did a blood draw to test for drugs/alcohol at the scene. It shouldn't take this long for the results, I wonder if they have been "lost."
    It will be interesting to see, if we even get to, the results.
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    When all is said and done, I bet they
    knew each other.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theotherlondon View Post
    When all is said and done, I bet they
    knew each other.
    Possibly, maybe in passing. Still something off about this, I think it will be awhile until we get the real story. Then again we may not.
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    She has been fired by the Dallas PD

    https://www.mediaite.com/online/dall...-jean-killing/

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    Quote Originally Posted by cash View Post
    She has been fired by the Dallas PD

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    That'll teach her.
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    The funniest thing to me was when people were trying to make that bogus argument that they were dating, and they posted a photo of him standing next to a girl who looked NOTHING LIKE GUYGER. I guess all white girls look the same to some folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Upset View Post
    The funniest thing to me was when people were trying to make that bogus argument that they were dating, and they posted a photo of him standing next to a girl who looked NOTHING LIKE GUYGER. I guess all white girls look the same to some folks.

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    True, I so bet they knew each other.
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    Well, if they were having a fling he might have decided she was not the right one for him. Just looking at her you can see she would not take rejection well. She had her Norma Desmond moment... "No one leaves a police officer!"
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    This makes absolutely no sense to me. Something is off with this one.

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    Must not be good to have actually found for murder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cash View Post
    Good, hope she dies in prison.
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    I'm glad to see justice served this time. But, I would really like to know the real, full, story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cleanskull View Post
    I'm glad to see justice served this time. But, I would really like to know the real, full, story.
    She will either plea bargain or we will find out.

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