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David Britto, 'Officer Of The Year,' Arrested For Dealing Methamphetamine by blackrams
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David Britto, 'Officer Of The Year,' Arrested For Dealing Methamphetamine

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David Britto, a Florida police officer who in January was named "Officer of the Year," was arrested last week on charges of conspiring to traffic and possess methamphetamine, according to The South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

From The Palm Beach Post:

The U.S. Attorney's Office and DEA officials announced Tuesday the indictment of David Britto, 28, who they allege had and intended to sell more than 500 grams of methamphetamines between June 2009 and March 2011.

Authorities say that Britto was part of a drug ring along with two other individuals who were arrested earlier this year.

Britto, 28, is a former Marine and has been on the Boynton Beach Police department since 2007. The image he projected contrasts sharply with that of a drug-dealing criminal.

Apart from being chosen as the department's "Officer of the Year" Britto was a mentor for the Florida Community Alliance, an organization fosters interaction between at-risk youth and law enforcement officials. He also taught at the Boynton Beach Police Department's Teen Police Academy.

On his website, Blessedwarrior.com, Britto writes, "I am very passionate about influencing others positively such as giving advice and encouraging those in need...I find fulfillment in helping others and lending hand to those in need."

In 2010, Britto arrested 25 people in 18 cases relating to narcotics.

He is currently suspended from his police work while the department conducts an investigation.
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Damn, just Damn. I hate it when folks I consider the good guys fall into the darkside shadows. I know no one is perfect but if these charges are true. Officer Britto is just a dirt bag that was pulling a scam. If proven to be guilty, he doesn't want me to be the one determining his sentence.

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Report this Post07-08-2011 03:23 PM Click Here to See the Profile for tbone42Send a Private Message to tbone42Direct Link to This Post
A lot of scumbags in Florida, some people here excluded.

I dont understand Meth heads... it makes you feel like crap, smell bad, look terrible and makes your teeth rot out. Getting high just aint worth all that.

Give me weed any day... new generations and their new drugs.. making stuff out of amonia and battery acid.. unbelievable.

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Originally posted by blackrams:
...a Florida police officer


He will be found not guilty and set free.

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Report this Post07-09-2011 10:50 PM Click Here to See the Profile for madcurlClick Here to Email madcurlSend a Private Message to madcurlDirect Link to This Post
What a sweet heart deal.

"Assistant U.S. Attorney Adam Fels asked Judge Torres to order Britto to live at his mother's house in Coral Springs with a curfew from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. Judge Torres granted this punishment. Britto is restricted to staying in Florida, random drug testing and is unable to possess a gun."


"This is not the first time David Britto has found himself in trouble with law enforcement."-no kidding.

Notice the response from law enforcement. Crickets.
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Originally posted by tbone42:

I dont understand Meth heads... it makes you feel like crap, smell bad, look terrible and makes your teeth rot out. Getting high just aint worth all that.




Apparently it's not like that in the beginning of use, allows you to stay up and gives you tons of energy to get things done...etc. Many a professional worker has started using it and loved it's benefits to their work in the beginning, unfortunately the down side that comes later is a ***** .

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In 2010, Britto arrested 25 people in 18 cases relating to narcotics.
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If he is found guilty every one of them should be set free... After a few days as cell mates with him.

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Report this Post07-10-2011 08:14 AM Click Here to See the Profile for blackramsClick Here to Email blackramsSend a Private Message to blackramsDirect Link to This Post
 
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Originally posted by twofatguys:


If he is found guilty every one of them should be set free... After a few days as cell mates with him.

Brad


Hmm Well, I don't see how setting other felons free makes it right unless he somehow corrupted the evidence against them. Although, putting him in the same yard as those he helped put in jail does seem ironic justice, being a hypocrite does have it's penalities.

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Originally posted by tbone42:

A lot of scumbags in Florida, some people here excluded.

I dont understand Meth heads... it makes you feel like crap, smell bad, look terrible and makes your teeth rot out. Getting high just aint worth all that.

Give me weed any day... new generations and their new drugs.. making stuff out of amonia and battery acid.. unbelievable.



My sentiments exactly brother.. Spark up a little dooby if you want to get high.. You wouldent believe the meth-heads that come into my hardware store every week.. They always get the same thing.. "Liquid Fire" which is an industrial strength drain cleaner.. Which is essentially diluted acid.. I dont even want to imagine what they do with it.

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