- Report: #1078036
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Complaint Review: Richard Dayton,
Richard Dayton,800 Federal Street Camden, New Jersey USA
Richard Dayton, Ex-Cop Arrested for Robbery Using His Police Badge! Camden New Jersey
*Consumer Comment: Corruption Exposer,
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A 45-year-old ex-police officer who served in the notoriously corrupt Camden Police Department, and was the recipient of multiple internal affairs complaints whilst employed there, was arrested August 21, 2013 for robbing a pedestrian whilst flashing his police badge. Richard Dayton is currently a civilian employee of the Camden County Police Department and had just exited a police vehicle when he committed the larceny. Hundreds of Camden police officers have previously been accused - and some convicted - of robbing, assaulting, framing, or otherwise feloniously wronging innocent taxpayers who ironically pay cops for PROTECTION! For instance, Officer Kevin Parry admitted in court to framing and otherwise criminally victimizing at least 185 citizens. Normally, Camden cops feloniously cover up each other's crimes, but Dayton's latest robbery was CAUGHT ON VIDEO, so no amount of the expected police lies could conceal his crime. [continued below]....
Here is a link to a local newspaper article about Richard Dayton's alleged August 21, 2013 robbery:
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