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Paige Ryanne
Oct. 2, 2011

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Flynn said police have not ruled out the possibility that additional victims may come forward in the Norman case.

He encouraged anyone with information of misconduct by Norman to contact the Metropolitan Police Department's Sexual Assault Detail at 828-3421; or Crime Stoppers at 385-5555.

Wrong again!!!!

(Suggest removal) 6/2/12 at 10:29 p.m.

Now lets talk about the stop in May; It had been almost 3 years since the previous incident and she was in a different vehicle, she was doing 50 in a 45,(not 48) not wearing a safety belt and when she saw the team of Officers doing enforcement she started swerving in and out of her lane while trying to put on her safety belt. The call Officer Goslar got(not made) was one from his Supervisor with an immediate need for him to return back to the office. I guarantee if you check with the dispatch records and phone records you will see that it was impossible for Officer Goslar to follow her home, that is why she never filed any complaint about that issue or included it in her lawsuit.

(Suggest removal) 10/2/11 at 4:45 p.m.

Good stuff;
"It has been the rationale of Metro's legal department to "pay off" persistent plaintiffs due to the costs involved in the litigation of their case.""The LVMPD attorneys stance is "the arrest and the imprisonment of the plaintiff (Wildeveld) was completely justified under the circumstances alleged and was perfected pursuant to probable cause and reasonable cause in believing the plaintiff had committed a criminal act". Further stated, the officer used a "reasonable degree of force and that any damage suffered by Wildeveld was "a direct and proximate result of her own misconduct and actions"." "I worked with Officer Goslar (Rick) for over a decade while in Metro. During that time, I witnessed professionalism beyond compare. He is a caring, dedicated family man. He loves the public and is a genuine good-will ambassador for LVMPD, the county and city. I have stated that if any of my family was to be pulled over or an officer dispatched to the scene of their accident, I would want Rick to be that officer. He is compassionate, caring and understanding. He would leave you laughing and thanking him, even if he wrote you a citation."

(Suggest removal) 10/2/11 at 4:22 p.m.

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