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Officer is rude and unprofessional in verbal altercation with another officer
On May 9, 2002, Corrections Officer Michael Dudley, who was off-duty, but in uniform, was allegedly involved in a verbal altercation with Dayton Metropolitan Housing Authority Officer Thomas Siafu, while standing outside the delivery door to the Montgomery County Sheriffs Office Property Room. Officer Dudley was allegedly unprofessional and rude during the verbal altercation.
Sergeant Hale investigated this complaint by interviewing two witnesses, Dayton Police Officer K. Schwartz, and Montgomery County Sheriffs Office Detective Dave Parin, and Officer Dudley. Sergeant Hale attempted to interview Mr. Siafu and left several messages for Mr. Siafu, however, Mr. Siafu did not contact Sergeant Hale. (See Sergeant Hale's investigative report).
On Thursday, May 9, 2002, Officer Dudley drove his truck from the Montgomery County Parking Garage to the parking lot outside of the Montgomery County Sheriffs Office Property Room delivery door. While driving on the access road to the parking area, Officer Dudley was following Mr. Siafu. Mr. Siafu slowed his vehicle, and started to make a left hand turn into the City of Dayton parking lot. As Mr. Siafu was executing his left hand tum, Officer Dudley perceived that Mr. Siafu was going to park along the right hand curb, and attempted to pass Mr. Siafu on the left nearly causing a crash. In response to the near collision, Officer Dudley threw up...