James Melvin Bradshaw, a narcotics officer for the Canton Police Department, was indicted by a federal grand jury on March 27 and charged with six counts of acquiring a controlled substance by misrepresentation. Bradshaw was arrested this morning and went before U.S. Magistrate Judge Judith Guthrie this afternoon for an initial appearance.
It’s such a wonderful thing we have this war on nouns right? Look at all the good it does for society and how it allows officers to expand their horizons. This one doubly makes the count because he took it from people who had legitimate prescriptions. In other words he stole from law abiding citizens.
State Sponsored Criminal #556: James Melvin Bradshaw
Because when you’re a narcotics officer, harass whoever you want, even if they’re lying in a hospital bed. They don’t need those pills now do they.
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