Crooked cops in the Mission!

The newly independent Mission Local reports:

A federal grand jury in San Francisco  indicted two police officers and a former police officer who were assigned to the Mission Station with “conspiracies to distribute controlled substances, against civil rights, and to commit theft concerning federally-funded programs,” according to a press release issued Thursday from from the U.S. Attorney’s office.

One officer was also charged with extortion.

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The Mission Station defendants include Sergeant Ian Furminger, 47, of Pleasant Hill, Officer Edmond Robles, 46, of Danville and Reynaldo Vargas, 45, of Palm Desert, California.

The defendants were issued a federal summons and will make their initial appearances tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. before the US Court Judge Elizabeth D. Laporte in federal court in San Francisco.

Defendant Vargas will appear before Judge Laporte at 2:00 p.m. today.

Read on.

[File photo by Chris Bunting]

4 Responses to “Crooked cops in the Mission!”

  1. Greg says:

    That sounds right

  2. Paulbtucker says:

    I think it is very telling that we have a real life example of justice in review, but most of the comments on mission mission concern google buses and gentrification.

  3. Suspected Subversive says:

    We always knew they were overpaid and incompetent. Now we know the are corrupt too.

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