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Dennis Wolf - PSN#21


Mother feels intimidated by deputy that locked her daughter in a cruiser

Case Number: 
02-045

On Thursday, May 23, 2002, at 1115 hours, Deputies Milburn and Wolf were dispatched to a disturbance at 532 Apt.T-4 Daytona Parkway, Harrison Township. At approximately 1145 hours, while Deputy Wolf and Deputy Milburn were investigating the disturbance, Ms. Pamela Thomas arrived at the scene. Ms. Thomas's daughter, Tamara Thomas, was being detained in the backseat of Deputy Millburn's marked cruiser. Ms. Thomas approached Deputy Milburn's cruiser and Deputy Wolf instructed her to step way from the vehicle. Ms.

Deputy moonlights as vehicle repo man while wearing sheriff uniform

Case Number: 
02-039

Attorney Randal Knight, counsel for Ms. Leslie Leslie, alleged that Deputy Dennis Wolf, while apparently off-duty and in uniform, "repossessed" Ms. Leslie's automobile for Moorman Pontiac, threatened to arrest her if she would not surrender the keys to the vehicle and publicly accused her of stealing the car from Moorman Pontiac.

Man accuses deputy of rude and unprofessional behavior

Case Number: 
02-029

On Sunday, March 3, 2002, Mr. Damion McNeal was at the Kroger store at 3520 West Siebenthaler Avenue, and engaged in a heated argument with Kroger Security Officer Terry Boshears and Kroger employee William Scott Cole. Deputy Wolf intervened in the dispute and allegedly removed Mr. McNeal from the argument by physically placing him into the rear of his cruiser for no reason. Deputy Wolf then allegedly spoke to Mr. McNeal in a rude and unprofessional manner.