Beats homeless women.
“Master Police Officer Phillip Larscheid is considering his options going forward. He was Officer of the Year for 2014 for the entire Dekalb County Police Department and has received more than nineteen commendations during his eight years with the department. He certified with an ASP baton in the Dekalb Police Academy and seven times after that during annual training.
The two tiered American justice system. If you work for the state the laws are different.
According to the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office official arrest information, Larscheid bonded out of DeKalb custody just after 4 a.m. with a total out-of-pocket cost of zero.
Judge Glenda Hatchett says she is pleased that a grand jury has indicted Larscheid.
“People should expect the police to serve and protect them, not to have to endure this horrific beating that went on,” Hatchett said.
Don’t expect this – they don’t serve you and they have no obligation to protect you.