Friday, September 26, 2008
On Wednesday 9/24/08, Orange County Sheriff Kevin Beary's daughter called for help saying she was a victim of domestic violence.
The Mount Dora Police Department released the 911 calls claiming her husband, an Orange
County deputy, had allegedly beaten her:
"I don't know what to do because I thought if a cop came to the house in a domestic violence case somebody had to go to jail."
Though she appeared to have suffered only minor injuries. The 911 operator asked if she was bleeding or if she needed ice packs. "No, I don't. I'm bleeding, but I'm okay," said Beary's daughter.
Seems the "blue boys" have reassigned the alleged abuser Deputy Alan Brooks. They did arrest him, he was released and will continue working pending the outcome of the "investigation.
Here's the call from 911, the link . Procedures on how departments handle one of their own officers arrested for domestic violence. In these cases where there is a weapon, the victim's safety needs to be properly addressed. It was not.
Who is say this incident will not anger Deputy Alan Brooks into harming his wife further?
And what about a court order of protection? Can the Deputies wife secure one in court, before a judge? Or is that not an option?
She was beaten and he's allowed to go back on the job? That's called Blue Justice, in Orange County!