21 July 2009

Joe Grillo gets Probation

Former district 025 police officer Joseph Grillo was sentenced today to 2 years probation by Judge Joseph Alesia.

I know that some officers have strong opinions, both ways, on this one. Nobody can discount that Joe was a tremendously effective officer, a hard-working guy and always looked out for his partners. Seems like he maybe looked out "too much" in light of this allegation.

Regardless, probation is better than prison. He's lost his house, cars, property, pension and suffered another heart-attack back in March.

Just a reminder: If you're a cop and you have an inkling that something you're about to do is wrong - stop, think and don't do it.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why was the FBI so interested in such a PP case??

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Why was the FBI so interested in such a PP case??

2:10 PM

Exactly my thoughts.With shortshanks and his minions and the aldercreatures,this is what the FBI concentrates on??

Anonymous said...

What about Scott Cambell and Jimmie Curry? They had their hands on this case.

Anonymous said...

How about the guys on 2514? Is there time coming soon? The Abbate caper? Is it final yet?

Anonymous said...

Sounds like the Feds cant seperate the guppies from the sharks.

Anonymous said...

I've heard two different fates for Agent Cambell. Supposedly he is either getting two years in jail, or he plead down to a misdemeanor, is in callback, and will get his job back. Could anyone shed some light on this?

Anonymous said...

Grillo must have talked first cause I don't see the Fed giving probation for this, wonder who he gave up, just have to wait for the next scandal.

Anonymous said...

Maybe they are waiting for McCotter to retire, then they will indict Jimminy Curry......

The Grand Wizard said...

Ah, this takes me back to one of the best wrestling bouts that the 025th district has ever seen. It happened at Riis Park, when Joe "the Burley Man" Grillo, took on Scott "Throw'em under the Bus" Cambell, in a Tow Truck Demolition submission match! Meatball was the referee and Jimminy Curry was the special guest timekeeper. It was a bloody affair, with both men suffering severe damage. At the end, Cambell slapped on his special submission move, "the Turncoat," and before Grillo could escape, Curry rang the bell, signaling the end of the match and that Grillo had quit! Curry and Cambell both ran from the park before the enraged Grillo could gain his revenge. Then, Feeb Agents led Grillo away on a stretcher! They don't have matches like this anymore, boys and gals....

Anonymous said...

Even the President says, "Cops are stupid"

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Even the President says, "Cops are stupid"

8:42 AM

This excites you? That an American President would make derogatory comments about law enforcement?

When these blogs are gone, when all speech and written media are gov-regulated, when 90% of your earnings are taxed, when you must register with the government and stand in a line (just like the one at the Post Office) to make a doctor's appointment, let's see how excited you get them.

Oh, and where will you dipshits have your Gay Pride Parade when the cops are not there to protect you?

Anonymous said...

Lets not forget Young, Manno, Root, Learnihan, Curry, and the rest of 025.