|RPD Chief James Sheppard|
Friday February 15, 2013 2:16 p.m.
When it comes to fighting crime, Rochester, NY Police Chief James Sheppard claims his department, and his officers are hard at work.
However, it seems like Rochester, NY Police officers are 'hard at work' at doing anything but fighting real crime.
Take for example, Rochester, NY Police officer Antonio Gonzalez.
Gonzalez recorded the man on video, while he and his fellow RPD officers laughed and sang the song 'Everybody was Kung Fu Fighting'.'
Gonzalez then posted the video on the Internet and titled it 'Name that Crackhead.'
Once online, Gonzalez and RPD officers Josue Traverzo and Luis Hernandez, commented on the video, continuing to ridicule the man and even listing the numerical address on Jefferson Ave. where the man could be found.
Particularly the disabled.
|RPD officer Nelson Soto took this photo|
from inside his police cruiser.
After taking the photo from inside his warm police cruiser, Soto posted it online with he title '4 Wheel drive Wheelchairs.'
It's obvious Rochester, NY Police Chief James Sheppard is NOT in control of his department, when his officers are using social media to post disturbing photos and videos of them ridiculing mentally-ill and disabled citizens.
On one summer evening, 9 Rochester, NY Police officers decided they had better things to do than to catch murderers and rapists.
|This photo was taken by RPD officer Eliud Rodriguez|
Nothing like some male bonding within the RPD brotherhood, while crime is being committed on Rochester's streets.
WAIT. FEMALE OFFICERS TOO?
When she's not busy promoting her father's Clifford Avenue bar, Rochester, NY Police officer Melanie Rivera is showing she can 'hang with the guys' by being the latest RPD officer to show that she does not take her job serious.
Having been suspended from the RPD before, Rivera, who works the east side division, lets her friends ride alongside her while on patrol, which is known as a 'ride along.'
|RPD officer Melanie Rivera hard at work.|
Personally, I think Rivera is a beautiful woman.
She could be a model.
I'm just not so sure she should be 'striking a pose' while on the job.
I'm pretty sure that would go against the police officer's Code of Ethics.
Not that the Rochester, NY Police department knows anything about ethics.
|RPD officer Melanie Rivera|
more focused on taking a photo of herself,
than on her job.
Your tax dollars at work.
Click Play to watch video of Rochester, NY Police officer Antonio Gonzalez
Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/davyvara