Bad Penny Keeps Turning Up
A Cook County judge has dropped an order of protection against a Chicago police department commander, her attorney said Monday.
Harrison District Cmdr. Penelope Trahanas was named in the order of protection after her former boyfriend, Matthew Jackson, also a police officer, accused her of telephone harassment.
The order was dropped in domestic violence court Monday by Judge Laura Bertucci Smith, according to Trahanas' attorney, Thomas Needham.
Needham said he presented more than 100 text messages as evidence that the break-up between Trahanas and Jackson was mutually hostile.
Hey J-Fled, here's a hint - if you put people of questionable character in charge of things, bad headlines are going to continue to embarrass your boss. You've got this yahoo in charge of a District, you've got another doing armed field invasions of airports, scamming tickets and dragging your feeb buddies into their Rule 14 violations, and yet another who doesn't know anything about guns and drugs in a condo she owns, but hey, don't worry, we'll clear her in an investigation in under 8 hours while a cop has a 4 year old investigation come down (after being cleared in a court of law) facing 90 days suspension.
J-Fed to J-Fraud to J-Fled to J-Failure.
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