Updated 8.1.17I have since executed my sentence, served all necessary time, and did all I was supposed to to. The sentence was 1 year for the mutual fight, and 6 months for winning a couple street races with law enforcement. I am now free and clear to try and hold a sad excuse for a department accountable, and make sure something like this can't happen to anybody else going forward. It was a life changer for me, and not at all for the better. Again, wish me luck, as it's another seemingly losing battle. My feelings towards the people and agencies involved have gotten none the better over time, not will they, until things are at least addressed. I am always open to and welcome suggestions, so please do so. Below is the original post:---------------------------------------------Note: Before making uneducated judgements and telling me to go and sit my time, please understand the facts and put yourself in my position for just a moment. This is all over a GROSS MISDEMEANOR OFFENSE. I am not a dangerous felon and/or a career criminal. Not a felon of any kind, for that matter. I take responsibility for my actions on the night that resulted in the initial conviction, which led to probation and this warrant that is their top priority. The manpower and tax dollars that are being drained on such an offense is astonishing and makes no sense. Had such determination and resources, etc. been put into cases and/or crimes worthy of such,(like a death that was deemed suspicious at the same residence) this video and description would be non existent. But they did nothing, hence this mess. The clowns banging on doors and windows and driving by regularly are on the same team as the sorry "investigtors" that blatantly botched the investigation into my moms (what they called "suspicious") death on August 3, 2014. Not the 5th, as the erroneous paperwork from the police states. (all 10 pages of it) It was ruled to be accidental by investigators before the cause of death was even known , and before the coroner had received lab and toxicology results. Not one single person was questioned about anything, again, because they had made up their minds for whatever reason, that it was a freak accident. An able bodied person does not fall from the bottom step onto padded carpet, and fracture every bone in their face, and break every rib on one whole side of their body. The investigator described the facial injury to me as my mom having a hole in her head right between her eyes. I questioned all of their findings, along with a laundry list of other inconsistencies, none of which could be answered. And unfortunately, they probably never will. It doesn't help that the day following the autopsy, they allowed my mother to be cremated without my input or knowledge while I was still in jail. I'm obviously no cop or medical examiner, but I would hold off on allowing a cremation until the cause of a suspicious death is ruled on with 100% certainty, but I'm just some criminal, so nothing I say matters anyways. I refuse to be okay with that and just let it go. Oddly enough, after questioning the process, and repeatedly having been denied any paperwork on the case, now I'm being actively pursued for a relatively minor crime which occurred on the same night my mom passed away.- likely within minutes of me leaving in custody, or possibly while the officers were still at or even in the house. But that was not something that they deemed important enough to look into. I can truly say that I know more about what happened that night than all of those assigned to the case, without question. Also without a badge, a power trip, and something to hide like those running the show for the county. I'm fighting a losing battle, and I am fully aware of that. Wish me luck. Should I have complied with probabtion? Perhaps. It is a double standard in every sense of the term. Should they have done their job properly to begin with? Or at least address their inability to follow the most basic of policies and procedures for a strange death?-leaving no closure, just more questions and resentment? Absolutely. Instead, I'm told that there are some things that I will never know, that's life, and to deal with it. That will not happen.If it were their daughter, sister, mother, friend, etc. who fell on the bottom stair, was found dead with massive injuries not consistent with the short fall, and for no obvious reason, I can assure you that the process that followed would have been much different. Until the Sheriffs Office and RPD acknowledges their screw ups, the unanswered questions that I have, and people that did not do their jobs are held accountable, I refuse to cuff up and be held accountable also. Catch me if you can, you lazy pieces of trash.
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