Cops who lick men
John Rabago said in court that he told the man, identified in court by his initials S. The man knelt down and put his head in the urinal, Rabago said. Rabago and another officer had responded to a nuisance complaint when they found the man in a stall in the restroom. The man was uncooperative and initially gave a fake name, Rabago said. The man told Rabago he would do anything not to get arrested.
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By Kenneth Garger. A former police officer in Hawaii was sentenced to four years in prison Wednesday for forcing a homeless man to lick a urinal to avoid being arrested. Rabago, 44, and another officer, Reginald Ramones, had responded to a nuisance complaint at a shopping mall in when they found the man in a stall in a public restroom. Read Next. Twitter blames 'coordinated social engineering attack' on
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Ex-police officer gets 4 years for forcing homeless man to lick urinal in Hawaii
A former Honolulu police officer will spend 4 years behind bars John Rabago was sentenced Wednesday and got a scolding from U. District Judge Leslie Kobayashi , who told the ex-cop, "You took from him his only possession: his dignity as a human being. Rabago and another ex-officer, Reginald Ramones , found the homeless man inside the stall of a public restroom after responding to a nuisance complaint in
A police officer forced a homeless man to lick a urinal to avoid being arrested, according to a court document. The officer also allegedly previously told another man he was questioning that he would not be arrested if he stuck his head in a toilet, the document said. Rabago, who remains on restricted duty, and Reginald Ramones, who left the department in August, were arrested and charged earlier this year with depriving a man of his civil rights. As part of a deal with prosecutors, Ramones on Wednesday pleaded guilty to a lesser charge that he knew Rabago committed a civil rights violation but did not report it. Myles Breiner, representing SI, claimed there was physical force involved in getting him to lick the urinal during the January incident.
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