A Danville police officer was arrested Friday on suspicion of drug and gun offenses, becoming the third law enforcement official in a month held in the widening investigation of a Contra Costa County drug task force chief and a high-profile private investigator, law enforcement officials said. ...Wow, ex-wives winning child custody cases by using crooked cops to frame their ex-husbands.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported that Tanabe was one of those chosen officers who would make arrests at Butler's request, and investigators were looking at two of his January arrests and up to four other officers in other Bay Area agencies were being investigated for their links to Butler. The DUI set-ups were to help ex-wives sully their former husbands' records before divorce and custody hearings, the paper said.
Tuesday, March 08, 2011
Crooked cops fueling nasty divorces
The Contra Costa Times (near Oakland California) reports: