Crockett was charged in July with stealing $825 from the bar following a police investigation. The Walton Park resident and two other officers were at the bar after an unfounded burglary call nearby. The other officers were cleared. continue reading »
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Kenneth Crockett was arrested in July 2010 after he was seen on surveillance footage rummaging through the bar’s safe and taking money. Crockett and other officers arrived at the bar after responding to an unfounded burglary call nearby. continue reading »
An off-duty officer was assaulted early yesterday morning in Pat’s Cafe while reportedly trying to break up a fight.
Police caught up with the suspects, who, as CBS reports, got into a fight in the Northwood bar that the officer tried to break up. Though further details haven’t been release, police say the suspects assaulted the officer before fleeing the bar around 1:30 a.m.
It’s unclear whether they’ll be charged.
The media has been following closely the story of the 15th District Police Officer charged with stealing money from a safe at Pat’s Cafe in Northwood.
Since the city’s three TV news networks have no idea what Northwood is or where it might be, they’ve mostly stuck with calling the Arrott Street and Castor Avenue intersection Frankford [re: Action News and CBS3]. We’ll accept that, given the close ties between the two neighborhoods, and debate about whether Northwood is really just a part of Frankford. continue reading »
15th District Police Officer Kenneth Crockett has been charged with theft and receiving stolen property in connection with an incident Tuesday morning at Pat’s Cafe in Northwood.
Crockett, who lives in Walton Park, has been charged with stealing $825 from Pat’s after he and two other officers stopped at the bar following an unfounded call at a nearby auto detailing shop. The two other officers have been cleared. continue reading »
Internal affairs is investigating three police officers in connection with an attempted theft at Pat’s Cafe in Northwood.
According to reports, two officers responded to a break-in report early Tuesday morning at an auto-detailing shop in Pat’s at Castor Avenue and Arrott Street. After determining the call unfounded, the officers went to Pat’s for a drink, and were joined by a third office who was not wearing a uniform. continue reading »