Rochester, NY Police Sgt. Christopher Brown
Photo Credit: Rochester D&C newspaper
Rochester, NY Police Sgt. Christopher Brown in tan coat
Rochester, NY Police Sgt. Christopher Brown's 2010 Salary
By Davy V.
After dodging several court dates, Rochester, NY Police Sgt. Christopher Brown, who
struck a 52-year old grandmother and then drove away, finally appeared in court
Friday morning, March 27th.
Sgt. Brown pleaded not guilty.
His next court appearance is June 4th.
He is still suspended with pay.
In other words, Rochester, NY Police Sgt. Christopher Brown's PAID VACATION is
now extended at least another 2 months.
Which basically means Rochester, NY taxpayers will be paying a cop's extended
Especially when you consider that Rochester, NY is ranked as the fifth poorest
city in the U.S.
A quick search of City of Rochester, NY Police salaries shows that
In 2010, Rochester, NY taxpayers paid RPD Sgt. Christopher Brown
As you can see in the screenshot photo below (last entry), Rochester, NY
taxpayers also paid RPD Sgt. Christopher Brown $10,427.00 in overtime and
$6,320.00 in comp. pay.
So, in 2010, Rochester, NY taxpayers paid RPD Sgt. Christopher Brown, a total
Again, these figures are from 2010.
Therefore, it's a pretty safe bet that RPD Sgt. Christopher Brown's salary has
Increased since 2010.
But let's do this.
Let's not factor in any overtime or comp. pay.
Let's just use RPD Sgt. Brown's base salary of $76,199.12, which again, has
to be higher now, in 2015.
If we divide that amount by 12 months, that's approximately $6,349.92 per month, that
Rochester, NY taxpayers paid Rochester, NY Police Sgt. Christopher Brown.
RPD Sgt. Christopher Brown was suspended with pay after his hit and run in
Sgt. Brown's next court appearance is in June, which means that Rochester, NY
taxpayers will be paying Sgt. Brown more than $25,399.68 for his "suspension",
or as like to call it, "paid vacation."
Again, that's a calculation using Sgt. Brown's salary, in 2010, so in reality
the amount that Rochester, NY taxpayers will pay Sgt. Brown will be higher.
There you go, Rochester, NY, YOUR TAXPAYER DOLLARS AT WORK.
READ MY ORIGINAL STORY BELOW
By Davy V.
A Rochester, NY Police Sgt. was issued an appearance ticket, after he
struck a pedestrian and then attempted to flee, by leaving the scene.
Rochester, NY Police Sgt. Christopher Brown, a 24-year veteran of the
RPD, struck a woman, while driving an unmarked Rochester Police vehicle
Thursday afternoon around 1:30 p.m. in the Hall of Justice parking garage in
RPD Sgt. Christopher Brown then drove off, leaving the 52-year old woman
Rochester, NY Police Chief Michael Ciminelli suspended Sgt. Christopher Brown,
In other words, cop runs over woman, cop leaves scene, cop receives paid
It's important to note that this occurred Thursday afternoon, however,
Rochester, NY Police Sgt. Ciminelli waited until Saturday morning,
almost a full 48 hours later, to come forward.
Just enough time to spin, cover-up, and get their "story" straight.
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