A Nurse with a Gun

Monday, September 10, 2007

"We're the Only Ones........"

Officer Paul Bradley Rogers and Sergeant Robert Shawn Richardson of the Noble Oklahoma police department turned themselves in today, to be booked on charges of second degree manslaughter in the death of Austin Haley. They were released without bond.

Other Noble Oklahoma police department news tells of an officer, Bobby Brent Sirpless, engaged in a little drunken hit and run activity over the weekend. Sirpless was stopped by Norman Oklahoma police at 6:45 PM September 8,2007 on State Highway 9 after police received a call regarding his pick-up truck impacting another automobile and running off. Sirpless was found drunk behind the wheel, and was arrested.

Sirpless was also charged with carrying a firearm while under the influence. He was booked into the Cleveland County jail and has now been released.

Noble has an advertisement online for police officers........Looks like police chief Ben Daves might need another one.
Noble, Oklahoma Police Department

The Noble Police Department is accepting applications for full time and reserve officers.

Job Description:
Patrols city in a car or on foot, respond to calls for service of a varied nature, write reports, interview victims, witnesses and suspects, secure and investigate crime scenes, relay information, testify in court, enter and retrieve data from a computer terminal, etc. A full job description is available with the employment application.

Skills Required:
Must be 21 years of age. Possess a HS Diploma or GED. Must have a valid drivers license. Must not have been convicted of a felony or crime involving moral turpitude. Must be willing to undergo physical agility testing, an MMPI (personality inventory), a polygraph exam, and an Oklahoma Police Pension physical exam. CLEET certification is desirable but not required.

$21,840 to $30,701 (salary range / fulltime)

For information, contact the Noble Police Department at 405-872-9231. (7-10-2007)

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Blogger Cliff_1911A1 said...

It's beginning to sound like the top man in Noble's PD might ought to be brushing up his resume... of course, as in most cities, the hiring decision for a police officer is done by the town's elected board of aldermen/councilmen. Look no further for where the "buck" ought to stop.

8:31 AM  
Blogger Glenn Bartley said...

I am sorry, but I have to say it, you have disgraced the memory of Barney Fife, by placing his picture in a post about those clowns in Noble who call themselves professional law enforcement officers. Barney wopuld have ben a better cop than seems their whole department.

All the best,
Glenn B

7:39 PM  

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