This is only one of the hypocritical “thugs with a badge” that has been caught of numerous crimes. It’s time for a Federal Review of The Tallahassee Police Department with the FBI and Department Of Justice. The protection of Tallahassee Citizens also need the enactment of a Real Civilian Review Board in which the joke of Internal Affairs at TPD should be dismantled completely. The buddies of police policing the police is always ineffective with bias and favoritism of cover-ups and rampant corruption.
This is just another perfect example of all the Rogue Cops With The Tallahassee Police Department running the streets. Numerous Officers have been arrested, fired and/or resigned for their unethical or illegal actions in just the last five years alone. Many of these criminal cops are still on the streets with fabrications of evidences, writing false police reports and numerous other crimes. The leadership has been poor for the last five years in which a new Chief Of Police instead of Dennis Michael Jones is desperately needed with TPD.
The citizens should not stand for these Jack-booted Thugs running the streets like they are above the law. This repeated harassment and commission of crimes by police officers against the very citizens paying them to protect them needs to stop. The Tallahassee Police Department needs New Leadership or needs to be shut down entirely to cut down on the police abuses, fraud and waste of tax payers money by thugs.
VIDEO OF OFFICER LYLE OTTLEY BEING ARRESTED (WTXL.COM)
9:29 PM, May 25, 2012 | Tallahassee Democrat Report
Ottley, 32, was arrested Friday around 6:30 p.m. on charges of armed burglary of an occupied dwelling and aggravated assault with a firearm after an incident earlier that morning involving the mother of his son and her boyfriend, according to an LCSO report. Ottley is on paid suspension pending an investigation being done by the Leon County Sheriff’s Office, said Officer David Northway, TPD spokesman.
Tallahassee Police Officer Lyle Ottley has been arrested on charges of armed burglary of an occupied dwelling and aggravated assault with a firearm, according to Lt. James McQuaig, LCSO spokesman.
McQuaig said Ottley, 32, was taken into custody without incident at his residence this evening at approximately 6:30 p.m.
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TPD says Ottley has been suspended with pay pending the outcome of the criminal investigation. TPD says once LCSO completes its investigation, TPD will conduct its own.
On May 25, 2012, Herman Samuel reported an aggravated assault and armed burglary. Samuel reported that he lives with his girlfriend, Erica Brooks. Around 2:15 AM Brooks ex-boyfriend, Lyle Ottley, entered the home and threatened him with a firearm. Ottley is a police officer for the City of Tallahassee and was wearing his Law Enforcement uniform, complete with duty belt and duty firearm at the time of this incident.
Ottley indicated that he had just gotten off work, prior to coming to Brooks’ home. This home is located in Leon County, outside the geographical jurisdiction of the City of Tallahassee. Ottley was not on an official call for service and was not there in an official capacity. His supervisors were notified and responded to the scene. Ottley was arrested at 6:30 PM May 25, 2012 with charges of Armed Burglary and Aggravated Assault.
TALLAHASSEE; Fla (WTXL)– A Tallahassee Police officer has been charged with aggravated assault without the intent to kill and burglary with assault.
Lyle Ottley, 33, has been placed on paid suspension from the Tallahassee Police Department.
According to the probable cause affidavit, Ottley allegedly entered Herman Samuel’s home and threatened him with a gun. The report states that around 2 a.m., Samuel was sleeping next to officer Ottley’s ex-girlfriend Erica Brooks in their home.
Ottley was in uniform at the time when he allegedly banged on the front door and asked for some of their son’s belongings. The officer then entered the home uninvited and went inside the master bedroom, questioning Samuel about why he was there.
Ms. Brooks reportedly ran to a neighboring house owned by another local police man. While Mr. Ottley remained in her home, Ottley allegedly pulled out his hand gun and also punched the wall and bedroom door several times.
Samuel reported that he felt threatened for his life. We spoke to neighbors and they all stated that they had no idea that this had gone on right next door to them.