Friday, October 9, 2009

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Ozzy Osbourne donates $10,000 for new Muncie K9

Muncie--Connections formed on the failed CBS series, "Armed and
Famous" are now going to benefit the Muncie police department. Ozzy's
son, Jack, has maintained an ongoing friendship with his former
television supervisor, MPD Sgt. Jay Turner.

When Jack learned
that Turner's 13 yr old K9 partner, Rover, needed to retire, he
convinced his dad to donate $10,000 for the purchase of a new K9
officer. The dog's chosen new name? Ozzy, of course.

Rover, after
serving for the police department since 2000, will now get to retire
and protect Turner's family, instead if working the streets.

the new K9 officer, is being trained by Vohne Liche Kennels out of
Denver, Ind., and should be ready to join the force soon.

appears that the 3 yr old shepherd is not the only one to strike out
into the police world. Apparently Jack Osbourne has picked up the law
enforcement bug and has expressed a desire to join a California police
department. Turner reports that Jack has helped out with the Muncie K9
training and that he has a real knack for law enforcement.

In the
meantime, his connections to Turner, the Muncie PD and his father, are
proving to be of great benefit to the Muncie community. The generous
donation covers the purchase price of the dog and the added K9 officer
protection will cost very little, if anything, to the taxpayers in that


Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Arrest Techinques

I finished the last video for the 2009 Training. Sorry it has taken me so long.
I think J2 will get a kick out of this one.   Wink

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Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Cell Extractions

One more video done. Only have one or two left to do. This one is the D.U.I. Class. There wasn't really anyway to make this one more exciting so I hope you like it anyway.

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Monday, August 31, 2009

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Monday, August 24, 2009

Red Man 2009

So I finally got a chance to work on some of these video's. I hope you enjoy them. I have to admit I didn't spend a tremendous amount of time on them. Anyway here is the first of many to come. This one is RedMan 2009. It was a lot of fun. As the others it's password protected

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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Happy Birthday Steve

OK so The Sheriff played a little prank on Steve for his 40th birthday, and strangely enough I was there with my camera. This one is password protected as well. Hope you enjoy.

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Monday, August 10, 2009

Teaser 2

Colt came in harassing me about the teaser vid, stating i need to put some others up soon. So Colt this one's for you.  It will be the same password as the first one.

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Friday, August 7, 2009

Teaser Video 1

Ok so we just had our Block Training over the last two weeks and I was able to get some really cool video footage. I have been told that I am not to post these videos online for everyone to see (Long story) anyway.

I have already been asked about the videos and first I want to let everyone know that it takes a lot of time to put one of these videos together. This is not a simple drag and drop process, I literally spend hours upon hours on these things. So as for the final It will take me a while to get it done. BUT I wanted to let you see some of it. Almost a teaser if you will. I also needed to make it unavailable to the general public (sorry guys). So i came up with a plan. I am going to post a link to the video here, but the catch is you will need a password to be able to watch it. You will have to call me to get the password, and I will let you know what it is. In fact if you text me That will work even better.

I hope you enjoy this. I'm sorry for making it password protected, but hopefully this will still work.

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Monday, August 3, 2009

Busy busy busy

I know it's been a while but this summer has been one of the buisiest summers I can remember I am a new scout leader so thAt has taken up a lot of time. Camping and weekly troop meetings. So that and this summer my job has been keeping me on my toes. Anyway i'm in a jail training class and it's just starting so I better get going.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Ben Clements

I just found out a good friend of mine died today in an ATV accident. I say he was a good friend but in reality I haven't talked to or seen him for many years now. I tried to stay in touch, and I sent him an E-mail occasionally, and I even recently found him on Facebook. I remember so many crazy things we did as kids. It's sad to see someone go that you know, It's even sadder to know that he has a wife, and 3 young children. My prayers go out to Ben's family, and especially to his children. I don't know how to explain it, but I feel numb about the whole thing. I regret not staying in touch more, and I feel bad for his family.

Ben you will certainly be missed. I hope to see you on the other side my friend.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Rachel Esplin on Mormons

This girl really explains her faith, and the Mormon religion well. I like the openness of her statements, and also the non judgmental way the questions are asked of her. It's long, but I think it's really worth watching.
I have typed several paragraphs here, but I think I will leave it at this, and let you watch the video. There are several other religious belief's talked about here, so I am gong to watch a few more. Hope you enjoy.
Day of Faith: Personal Quests for a Purpose - 3. Rachel Esplin from Harvard Hillel on Vimeo.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Lewisville Church

It was good to wrap this one up in such a short time. I thought for sure it was going to take us a long time to find the suspects and get things taken care of. The damage done inside the building was severe.

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Duck Hunter Locks Down School

By Tommy Noel

MENAN - Jefferson High School in Menan was put on lockdown Wednesday
after a man with a gun was spotted walking around campus.

The man walked across the parking lot and basketball court with his dog.

School officials called the Sheriff's Office and put the school on lockdown.

When deputies arrived, the suspect was ordered to drop the gun, which he did.

Turns out the man was duck hunting and walked across the school grounds to get to his destination.

The suspect, who didn't realize school was in session, was released.

This was a call that I didn't go to, but I was working that day. I all turned out well, and some older gentlemen probably got the start of his life, when the deputies drew down on him.