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Monday, September 26, 2016

Salisbury Barrack DUI Arrest from 9/06/2016 to 09/16/2016:


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nine dui arrests. Not Like The Days When Trooper Beauchamp was working...just saying

Zorro said...

SHOW ME ZEE PAPERS

Anonymous said...

Hey 6:24, or should I just call you "Kevin". Troopers can't effectively do their jobs anymore. They have piss poor leadership that starts at the very top. A Superintendent that isn't involved and is in over his head, Lieutenant Colonels who have no experience in commanding barracks, Brent Black who has no experience other than kissing ass and screwing over his subordinates in pursuit of his next promotion and Corporals and Sergeants, who are second guessed at every turn, by higher ups in Pikesville who have no idea how to lead or manage and have no experience in Barrack operations. I actually feel bad for the young Troopers. They want to do a great job but their hands are tied.

Anonymous said...

Wow, 9 DUI arrests in 10 days. When Mike Lewis was a Trooper, I saw him arrest 5 drunks in one 8 hour shift. Ah, the good ole days.

Anonymous said...

7:38, that would have really impressed me If I hadn't seen Lee Stevens lock up 6 drunk drivers in one ten hour DAY shift on a Wednesday in January. That day, he had two hours of court. So, technically, he had an eight hour shift as well.

Anonymous said...

Lee Stevens for Colonel of MSP. If you haven't noticed MSP is on the feel good train. Food drives and classes on mass shootings lol. To late and way to wrong. Yup Kevin not sitting in front of the Monkey Barrel any longer. By the way what ever happened to the Trooper that beat up his wife. The guy from Cambridge.

Anonymous said...

Sorry to ruin your guess. But this is Kevin Beauchamp. I had no idea about this article until tonight when a retired Trooper who lives 1,000 miles away told me about it but I'm sure I know you Mr. Anonymous Trooper and my number hasn't changed so if you want to ask me if I posted something on a blog criticizing the State police or my fellow troopers just call me and ask me. I realize things have changed and troopers today have a different job but I'm done with that part of my life and have no concerns about what troopers, their supervisors or any other MSP Trooper is doing. Their are a lot of troopers still in the job that I care about and have much respect for but what they do on a daily basis is of no concern to me so keep me out of your disgruntled thoughts and stay safe Annonymous Trooper.

Signed proudly
Kevin Beauchamp.