Florida Cop befriends elderly woman who later discovers the cop had been forging checks in her name, the women tries to press charges so the cop has the woman committed to a mental hospital then tries to murder her when she’s released.
>Investigators learned that the woman had asked Bybee to take care of her dog while she was ill and in the hospital. He received a check for $1,000 in case the dog had medical needs. However, the affidavit accuses Bybee of depositing that check in his personal bank account. **In addition, he allegedly gave the dog away on Craigslist without the woman's consent.**Is the death penalty too harsh? /sBut seriously, what a prick.
He ended up getting his sentenced reduced earlier this year.https://www.heraldtribune.com/story/news/crime/2021/01/08/former-sarasota-county-deputy-frank-bybee-had-his-sentence-reduced/6594414002/
Florida man hybrid with Florida police officer.last updated 6:43 AM, Nov 10, 2017...SARASOTA, Fla. - Former Sarasota County Sheriff's Office deputy Frank Bybee has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for kidnapping.Last month, a jury convicted Frank Bybee of kidnapping 79-year-old Marcia Sohl in January 2017.Bybee broke into Sohl's house and forced prescription medication into her mouth.He was also sentenced to 10 years of probation.
Her mistake was befriending a cop.
Two lessons here don't befriend a cop and this is what happens when there's no accountability
> “It would be nice to have somebody who wore this uniform for 18 years to be forthright and give us the truth,” Knight said. “But he’s a criminal, and he’s acting like a criminal. So thus he gets arrested and treated like a criminal.” > > Knight said that Bybee had previously been suspended twice for violations of internal policies.That's going to be a tough few months of paid leave while the PD "investigates" this.
This reminds me of one other cop that did something very similar. The f**ker shot his wife in the head I believe but she survived but couldn't remember if it was him or not despite evidence suggesting it was. I think he got off somehow. Does anyone know the case? I think I watched it on That Chapter (youtube).Edit: Its the Jessica Boynton case.
I'll wait for the mini-series.
He cares a lot.
Dateline needs a Cops version. Stories about Cops gone bad.
Cops are not your friend.
Well at least they ~~took away his pension.~~ Nope nope... no they didn't.
In this week's episode, Florida Man tries out being a cop. Shenanigans ensue.
And if you try to protest it, you're now a criminal
He’s 46. My god. What else has he done?
Holy shit man. Wow
Wow, this stuff happens all the time. Oh wait, that was 2017!
Simply unbelievable. There’s no way this is true. I refuse to believe this cop faced actual consequences.
" To Protect, and Serve ".
Anyone. ANYONE can get into police forces. It's like they don't even try to find the bad apples when in the academy.
Well? How ELSE was he supposed to steal all of her money?
He's been a cop for 18 years and been suspended twice before for policy violations. Imagine what other depravity we could uncover by digging through his past. Nobody does this kind of stuff as a first-timer.
So standard issue police behavior? I don't see the point your trying to make...
Initially I thought it said beheads and I was like sounds about right then I kept reading and I was like maybe I'm wrong then I kept reading and I was like no actually yeah this sounds about right
Piggies gonna pig
Seems like a kkkop thing to do.
["Assistant Public Defender Marc Gilman said Bybee has had two brain surgeries to remove a tumor the size of a grapefruit and a stroke since he was imprisoned in 2017 for crimes against the elderly."](https://www.heraldtribune.com/story/news/crime/2021/01/08/former-sarasota-county-deputy-frank-bybee-had-his-sentence-reduced/6594414002/) Karma.
[Swindled](https://swindledpodcast.com/podcasts/season-2/23-the-deputy/) has an awesome podcast episode about it.
"It'S JUsT a FeW BueRd AppA's!"
“Who will defend you from fraud and attempted murder if you defund the police?”