Group Audit - New Jersey State Intoxicated SWAT Detective ARRESTED 1 week ago 12:26
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Intoxicated SWAT Detective ARRESTED Group Audit - New Jersey State 1 week ago 41:42
19:45 they will come pick you up. is that your service weapon or personal?
1:00 your jamming me up :)
21:33 come to other side of bridge... I'll do my job.
24:14 his kit not kid. as in his Police SWAT gear: body armour, submachine gun MP7 etc...
They took the gun out of the holster at 3:28 and the knife from his pocket at 3:39 empty holster which can be seen better at 18:02
On December 22, 2017 East Cleveland Police Officer Joseph Marche was arrested for OVI in the City of Bratenahl, Ohio. Joseph Marche was appointed to the City of East Cleveland Police Department from 1998 to 2005. He left the city and his OPOTA certification ended with the city 9/16/2005. According to public records Mr. Marche worked with Blackwater USA from 2005 to 2015 as a security specialist. Mr. Marche returned to the city of East Cleveland, according to OPOTA files, August 2009 to the present, Mr. Marche is employed as a full time police officer. According to Ohio Administrative Code 109 when there is more than one year break in service, peace officers are REQUIRED to take a Refresher Course and until the course is completed and a letter provided by the Executive Director grants permission, the peace officer reverts to cease and desist function. Peace Officers are not allowed to engage in law enforcement and carry firearms. Mr. Marche's records with the Ohio Peace Officer Training Department reflects he has never taken the MANDATED Refresher course and has been in cease function since 2007. The video clearly reflects Mr. Marche not only intoxicated but having his service weapon and other firearms on his person and in the vehicle along with empty prescription pill bottles. The vehicle is a City of East Cleveland police car which suffered extensive damage to windows having to be broken out to retrieve the officer safely. D
East Cleveland Police Commander Scott Gardner confirmed Marche was convicted of operating a vehicle while intoxicated in Bratenahl court, and was given a 30 day suspension without pay.
Gardner said Marche was on prescription medication for two shoulder surgeries, and drank a limited amount of alcohol, misjudging the effect the combination would have on his faculties.
Gardner confirmed Det. Marche's drivers license was suspended, but he was granted work driving privileges.
Gardner said Marche has an an outstanding work record and had no prior convictions.
Gardner said the department consulted with four other police departments to insure a 30-day suspension was adequate.
"There is nobody that's going to condone the behavior of Detective Marche," Gardner said.
"Our department wants full transparency, and we welcome residents to give us feedback."
"He accepted full responsibility, it was an error in judgment, and like I said, nobody feels worse that Joe Marche."
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