DO THE MATH

(Female police chief + X) = Fired white cop.

Solve for “X”

A Colorado police chief has fired an officer citing ‘severe misconduct’ after an August 2019 incident which involved a member of the public.

Levi Huffine was identified as the dismissed cop late on Monday after pressure was placed on Aurora Police Department Interim Chief Vanessa Wilson to reveal more about the incident.

Wilson claimed she could not release further information but that Huffine’s firing was in relation to complaint made about an interaction with a member of the public.

According to FOX news, the person complained of a non-serious injury and was checked out by medical staff.

The dismissal comes as the Aurora Police Department struggles to regain trust from the public after the August 2019 death of a man after an encounter with police personnel, as well the scandal of an officer being found behind the wheel of his unmarked patrol car drunk and unresponsive while on duty in March 2019.

Huffine’s firing is not related to those two incidents, according to a spokesperson for the department.

‘From the moment I took over as Aurora’s Interim Police Chief, I promised transparency to our residents to help build back the trust within our community,’ Wilson wrote in a Aurora Police Department blog post.

‘Continuing with that promise, I wanted to let you know of my decision today to terminate one of our police officers, over what I believe to be severe misconduct. This officer’s conduct was completely out of character with the mission, ideals and expectations of the Aurora Police Department.

‘It should be noted that there were no serious injuries as a result of this incident but that neither excuses nor defends the officer’s actions,’ Wilson added.

‘Due to a pending appeals process that is given to civil service employees, I am unable to provide additional details or information about this incident until that process has been completed.

‘At such time, I will make the body worn camera footage available and address questions from our community members.’

Although the fired officer was not identified at first, he was later named as Huffine after pressure was placed on the department.

He joined the department in November 2012.

Facebook posts show that Huffine previously received at least one award from the department.

‘Upon numerous requests, the officer who was terminated is Officer Levi Huffine,’ the statement read.

‘It should be noted that this incident is not related to the critical incident involved Mr. Elijah McClain nor the case of Nate Meier,’ referring to two earlier incidents that had damaged the reputation of the Aurora Police Department in 2019 and left them under scrutiny.

In March 2019, Officer Nate Meier was found drunk and unresponsive in the driver’s side seat of an unmarked Ford Taurus patrol car stopped outside Buckley Air Force Base.

Officers were dispatched to the car to perform a wellness check and he was found in the car with the engine still running.

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8 Responses to DO THE MATH

  1. Bob says:

    Is it me or do a majority of those female police chiefs look like dykes?

  2. Drew45.8 says:

    Typical PC dyke boss. Probably a white apologist too. The boo who died was probably already super wasted, and had an interaction with the medication the EMT gave him. Not the cop’s fault at all. Where are the toxicology reports?
    “In a further incident in August 2019, 23-year-old Elijah McClain died following a confrontation with the police in the suburban Denver area. Aurora police received a call about a suspicious person wearing a ski mask and waving his arms as he walked down a street August 24. McClain refused to stop walking and fought back when officers tried to take him into custody, according to police.
    Paramedics gave McClain a medication to calm him down, and he suffered cardiac arrest on the way to the hospital. His family said he sustained a brain injury and was taken off life support in September 2019.”

    Makes me wonder just how minuscule this “severe misconduct” really was.

  3. The Grunticus says:

    What caliber is her duty dildo?

  4. bogsidebunny says:

    Google a picture of the former Asheville, NC police chief Tammy Hooper if you want to see the epitome of a Diesel Dyke. She was “voluntarily relieve” a few years ago for lapping the clam of at least one female city employee.

    https://wlos.com/news/local/former-asheville-police-chief-responds-to-lawsuit-against-her

  5. Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman says:

    “Severe misconduct” my left testicle!
    The only thing this police officer is guilty of is “PWW” (Policing While White).
    And the new chief is guilty of “PWD” (Policing While Dyke).
    Which is the greater offense? But who will be punished?
    It’s crap like this that causes “white flight”.
    Don’t be surprised when no one will volunteer to train to be a local police, or volunteer to be transferred from another police locality. And don’t be surprised when respect for law and order go circling down the drain. I know I would be doing everything I could to mock this clam eater and her local thugs. Maybe even deflate a few tires (but don’t get caught).

  6. The Grunticus says:

    In Tucson, they got a rump ranger in charge of TPD and the department is now suffering from a critical manpower shortage. From an all-time high of over 1100 certified officers five years ago, that number has now dwindled to less than 800. And the dirty little secret that everybody knows but will not acknowledge (including the mayor and the demo-droids on the city council) is that cops don’t want to work for a goddamm faggot. The hemorrhage of qualified personnel via retirements and voluntary terminations continues and department morale is the lowest among all of the major metropolitan departments (cities with populations of 600,000 or more). If the trend continues the vatos and the groids will own the streets of the “old pueblo”. Surrounding Pima County isn’t in any better shape though the problems there stem from incompetency at the county attorney’s office which recently allowed a woman charged with two counts of premeditated homicide in the shooting deaths of her two grandsons to plead guilty to involuntary manslaughter and serve a 4¼ year sentence. If you want to get away with murder or any other heinous offense, make sure the crime is committed in Tucson or Pima County.

  7. Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman says:

    Grunticus,
    Any idea what it’s like down in Maricopa County (Phoenix)? My mother lives there, and I was visiting when they had the election that removed Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and replaced him with a kinder, gentler Libtard.

  8. The Grunticus says:

    I’m down near the Mexican frontier so Maricopa County is “up” from me but there’s no denying the fact that Joe Arpaio’s conviction on trumped-up charges and subsequent removal from office cost conservatives some political ground. That’s also how we ended up with that dildo dolly Kirsten Sinema as a US senator. However there is still a strong majority within that county who demand a strong law-and-order stance in the interest of justice and public safety. Newly elected (in 2016) sheriff Paul Penzone takes his marching orders from the county board of supervisors and that board remains solidly Republican. He’s no Mark Dannels (the sheriff of Cochise County, where I’m located) but he seems to be getting the job done. Phoenix (and the surrounding municipalities) is still a neat, clean, and orderly place to live, and crime rates are below average according to the latest US-DOJ statistics.

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