Comments for: Court OKs deal for Rockland woman who assaulted officer

Posted Oct. 02, 2012, at 1:24 p.m.
Last modified Oct. 02, 2012, at 1:58 p.m.

ROCKLAND | A 25-year-old Rockland woman could spend up to six months in jail after admitting to kicking a Rockland police officer in the face after he arrested her for driving drunk with a child in the vehicle. Justice Jeffrey Hjelm accepted a deferred disposition Tuesday morning worked out …

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  • Anonymous

    While out on bail she commits another assault and they are giving her the benefit of a deferred disposition????!!!  She should be in jail now and stay there until she learns to control her anger.

  • Anonymous

    I wonder if Officer Daniels agreed to this, or was even consulted for that matter.

  • Anonymous

    So, her name is Frisbie, and she threw a pogo stick?

  • She shoud have decked the cope.  Useless pieces of garbage!

  • Anonymous

    If this was a man, he would have been tazered and/or shot by the officer and the book would be thrown at him. But since this is a violent female who is a domestic abuser the entire legal system stands on its head to be nice to the poor little dear.
    Apparently, domestic violence against men, even male police officers, is no big deal when it’s committed by abusive and violent women. The same court system has no problem shredding men’s lives by depriving them of their freedom, money, and children.
    Shame on the prosecutor and judge Hjelm. The hatred and bias against men and boys is sickening.

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