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Video: Ohio Chief Pulls Woman From Car

August 09, 2012  | 

VIDEO: Ohio Chief Pulls Woman From Car

An Ohio village police chief may be reinstated after the town council failed to get enough votes to terminate him for pulling a woman from a car during a traffic stop.

Craig Beach (Ohio) Police Chief Joe Borosky participated in the village council's special disciplinary hearing Wednesday night when the council voted 3-2 to fire him. However, the measure needed a two-thirds majority to pass.

Chief Borosky is under fire for an April 2011 traffic stop where he used force to drag a woman from her car and put her in handcuffs. She was charged with improperly passing a car and resisting arrest, reports WYTV.


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[email protected] @ 8/9/2012 2:40 PM

Well, he should have said "oops, sorry" when she refused commands to exit the vehicle after driving dangerously! Who did he think he was, a LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER?. Oh, yeah. He is. Hey, CBPD, see how your city backs LEOs' for doing their job? I'd get rid of the town council first. Stay Safe.

Jason Barnes @ 8/9/2012 4:55 PM

Speaking of safety, why is the officer working from the traffic side of the car? Our here in Shakey Town it's the usual practice to work from the sidewalk side, for safety.

Lewis @ 8/9/2012 6:39 PM

Very difficult to make out what actually happened, hopefully he didn't pull her from her car because she failed to sign the citation, it could have been marked "refused".

Greg @ 8/9/2012 9:56 PM

Thats what you have to deal with when you work for a small corrupt town they allow the morons that get elected to city council judge the police when none of them have ever had the balls to put on a uniform and badge and go out on patrol risking your life with every traffic stop and call. You're a police officer if I ask someone to step out of the car and they refuse what the hell do they expect him to do stamp his feet and hold his breath until the lawless dbag gets out? Nope you pepper spray, use manual force, or preferably bust their butts with a taser that'll get them outta the car. Just sick of lawless idiots being protected by morons that have no business judging a police officer

Marco @ 8/10/2012 8:21 AM

In Ohio, failure to sign a citation is arrestable. Thus if she refuses to sign, she will be arrested. Not all departments require a signature, but if requested, it must be signed, or they are arrested, and must post a cash bond.

mike @ 7/1/2014 7:38 AM

joe borosky is an asshole at Berea animal rescue.pure lying dick

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