LEO Round Table is an internet based law enforcement talk show. This is episode 124, recorded on 12/26/2016, with the following on-air personalities: Chip DeBlock (Host), Stuart Boyd (Attorney) and David D’Agresta. In addition to your host, the other panelists (except for attorney Stuart Boyd) are retired law enforcement officers.
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Topic 1 concerns a uniformed Guadalupe County (Texas) Sheriff’s deputy who went through the drive-thru at a Schlotzsky’s restaurant and got a “FCK U” message on his receipt. Sheriff Arnold Zwicke was quoted in the story.
Topic 2 concerns Aurora, Colorado officers who ate in a Smashburger restaurant while employees continuously played N.W.A.’s “Fuck tha Police” song. The Brotherhood for the Fallen of Aurora are referenced in the story.
Topic 3 concerns six Washington Department of Corrections (DOC) officers who were in uniform and told to leave a Tacoma Cheesecake Factory restaurant because they were armed. Miriam Nichols, one of the six officers, was quoted in the story.
Topic 4 concerns information released about the special needs student at Hug High School who was shot by a Washoe County (Nevada) School District officer after he cut a classmate and chased him with knives.
Topic 5 concerns Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha surrendering his gun and badge before placing himself on paid leave pending the outcome of a federal investigation on civil rights abuses and corruption. Quoted in the story is Acting Police Commission Chairman Max Sword, Deputy Chief Cary Okimoto and Attorney Myles Breiner. Also referenced is retired Officer Niall Silva, Gerard Puana and Katherine Kealoha.