Lovelorn Florida Cop Fired For Faking Incident To Reach Ex-Girlfriend
September 21, 2010
A Fort Myers (Fla.) Police officer and two dispatchers have been fired for staging a fake call designed to reunite two officers who had been dating, reports the News-Press.
While off duty on Aug. 9, officer Jason Moore called dispatcher Joeleen Jeffery at 10:20 p.m. and instructed her to enter a fake incident of a black male wearing jeans and a T-shirt looking in car windows at the Edison Mall and instruct another officer — his ex-girlfriend — to respond.
Instead, four other officers responded before Moore. A second dispatcher who entered the report was also fired.
Read the full story at NewsPress.com.
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Darrell @ 2/7/2014 6:42 AM
I only found out about this AFTER I loaned him $600 and my truck when his car blew up in Richmond VA where he now resides.
He said he didn't have anyone to turn to which I later met his father who lives here also and he would lose his job as he couldn't get to work. He had a newborn at the time and I felt bad for him.
Needless to say he wrecked my truck and told me to have my insurance company pay for it, great character!
And yes he did promise to fix it if he wrecked it which never happened either.
I learned while working with him that he paid another employee to use his CC to join a dating sire, wouldn't his wife be proud...lol.
Bottom line is do not trust Jason Moore who works for Advance Auto Parts, you will regret it!
I no longer do favors for anyone because of his lack of integrity and honor and his word means squat.
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