Friday, January 12, 2018

Brighton, NY School Superintendent Bans Me From Attending My Son’s Sports Games For Standing Up to Bullying after Dirty Hit on My Son





By Davy V.

Youth sports stop being fun the moment  some players play dirty and referees ignore such behavior by looking the other way.

That’s pretty much what happened Thursday night at my son’s basketball game in Brighton, NY.

Throughout the game, where the Brighton Junior Barons faced off against the West Irondequoit Eagles, several of the Eagles players participated in dirty plays.

And the referees ignored all of them, except for one.

In that incident a West Irondequoit Eagles player intentionally tripped my son.

But again, that’s the only call the refs called on Irondequoit.

Through the whole game, parents on the Brighton Jr. Barons side were disgusted not only with the dirty hits and plays, but perhaps as equally if not more disturbing, with how the referees completely ignored them.

Then, at the end of the game, a West Irondequoit player ran full speed at my son, tackling him to the ground.

Of course, once again, the referee completely ignored it.

Like it never even happened.

I walked over to my son who was injured in the play, and as a result couldn’t attend school Friday, and then I spoke with the referees and the coaches, who clearly gave two shits about anything I had to say or the fact that my son was hurt.

Then I was rushed by several unidentified individuals, including parents from the other team, an angry mob, yelling at me to leave the building.

A public school.

The school my son attends.

It all happened so fast that I didn’t even have time to record the way I was treated.

After I was rushed by parents, words were exchanged.

Some I’m not proud of.

But I was upset.

Wouldn’t you be?

Wouldn’t you be if you saw what in essence can best be described as bullying on the basketball court, and your child is injured because of irresponsible adults (referees) whose job is to prevent rogue unsportsmanlike conduct?

Shortly after, one of my son’s teammates mother texted me to express how upset her son was at seeing how I was treated.

Then, Friday afternoon, in a very clearly biased letter, showing no interest in hearing my side of the story, and obviously having already formulated an opinion, and conclusion, Brighton, NY Schools Superintendent Kevin McGowan banned me from attending my son’s sports games.

As well as from coming to the school.

A public school.

The school my child attends.

All because I stood up to bullying.

On the basketball court.

Thus isn’t the first incident in which I have felt that me and my family have been targeted by Brighton, NY Central School District officials as well as Town of Brighton, NY officials, for what I feel is my very outspoken, passionate and at times abrasive community activism.


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Saturday, January 6, 2018

Greece, NY Police Department Allows Racist Comments to be Posted on Their Facebook Page After Robbery





POSTED BY THE DAVY V. BLOG


Saturday evening, a reader of The Davy V. Blog contacted us to express their concern over several racist posts posted on the Greece, NY Police department’s Facebook page.

Perhaps as equally, if not more disturbing than the racist comments, is the fact that the Greece, NY Police Department has allowed the disturbing posts to remain up in their Facebook page, and thus, has allowed their Facebook page to serve as a platform to spread and promote racism.

It all began Thursday evening when the Greece, NY Police Department posted at least two video surveillance screenshots of two male blacks which they say robbed a Verizon store located at 3687 Dewey Avenue in the Town of Greece, NY, a suburb of Rochester, Wednesday night.

According to the post, which you can read below, Greece, NY Police state the two men pointed a gun at a store employee and made off with several cell phones.



Greece, NY Police Facebook page.




Greece, NY Police Facebook page.




Greece, NY Police Facebook page.


The reader who contacted The Davy V. Blog, a resident of Greece, NY, asked that The Davy V. Blog not publish her name.

The woman tells The Davy V. Blog that she was reading the comments, when she came upon several disturbing posts.

“Being that I live in Greece, from time to time I like to go on the Greece Police Facebook page, just to see what’s going on,” the woman said during a phone interview with The Davy V. Blog Saturday evening.

“Then, as I was scrolling through the comments, that’s when I started to see the racism and the hatred that some people were writing.”

“But what I really found both interesting and disturbing was that this is the Facebook page of the Greece Police, I mean it’s not a personal page, it’s a government agency’s Facebook page, don’t they have someone who monitors the page?”

“And why would they (Greece Police) allow these racist comments to stay up?”

The Davy V. Blog has obtained screenshots of the comments and has posted them below.

We will be updating this story.
























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Monday, December 4, 2017

Despite Posting References of Getting High on his Facebook Page, Monroe County, NY District Attorney’s Office Say They Have No Reason to Think Fatal Hit and Run Suspect Was Under The Influence



MUGSHOT

Jon Jamberdino




UPDATED TUESDAY DECEMBER 5, 2017 

Shortly after The Davy V. Blog published screenshots of Jon Jamberdino’s Facebook posts, where he posted at least a half dozen references to getting high, the Facebook page was taken down. 

Read original story below.




By Davy V.

On Thursday November 30th, Jill Skivington-Jacket, a high school English teacher, went for an early morning run in Rochester, NY.



Jill Skivington-Jacket


As she began to cross Elmwood Avenue near the University of Rochester, she had no idea it would be her last run.

Jon Jamberdino, a 27-year old Chili, NY man, hit Skivington-Jacket with his car, sending her flying in the air.

Jamberdino kept driving as if nothing happened, leaving Skivington-Jacket behind, lying on the street, dying.

Jon Jamberdino didn’t care.

Jon Jamberdino went home.

Jon Jamberdino eluded police and spent the weekend with his family, while Jill’s family spent the weekend preparing to bury her.

Monday morning, at his leisure and convenience, Jon Jamberdino turned himself in to Rochester, NY Police, with his mommy and his hired gun scumbag attorney by his side.

Jon Jamberdino was charged with leaving the scene of a fatal accident.

His bail was set at only $5,000.

Yes.

You read that right.

FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS.

Jon Jamberdino plowed his car into an innocent woman.

A wife.

A daughter.

A sister.

And as she lay in the street, Jon Jamberdino kept going.

Jon Jamberdino didn’t stop.

Jon Jamberdino didn’t care.

And Jon Jamberdino’s bail was only $5,000.

Black and Latino defendants charged with petty marijuana drug offenses typically have bail set much higher than an individual who hit an innocent woman out on her morning run, and took off.

Asked if they thought Jamberdino could have been under the influence of drugs or alcohol when he struck Jill Skivington-Jacket, the Monroe County, NY District Attorney’s Office said they don’t have any reason to believe that he was.

Interesting.

Especially when you consider the fact that Jamberdino’s Facebook page features at least a half dozen posts by him with references to getting high.

Why would the Monroe County, NY District Attorney’s Office be so quick to rule out the possibility that Jon Jamberdino may in fact have been under the influence of drugs when he struck Jill Skivington-Jacket?







“Everything is better with a bag of weed.”















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Monday, November 27, 2017

Home Alone; Drunk Rochester, NY Cop Endangers The Welfare of His Own Child, Sets Off Intense Search for Missing 3-Year Old Boy



Rochester, NY Police Officers respond to 149 Sherri Ann Lane in search of missing 3-year old boy.


UPDATED BY DAVY V. MONDAY NOVEMBER 27, 2017 1:00 P.M.

A Rochester, NY Police investigator who endangered the life of his 3-year old son by driving drunk with the child, and then leaving the child in his home alone for more than two hours, has been suspended with pay pending an internal investigation.

Read original story below.


By Davy V.

Rochester, NY Police Investugator Jeff McEntee got so shitfaced drunk at a Thanksgiving drinking party in Greece, NY, a suburb of Rochester, that he lost his 3-year old son.

Well, sort of.

Here’s the story:

According to Rochester, NY radio talk show host Bob Lonsberry, who was first to break the story after several Rochester Police officers contacted him, RPD Investigator McEntee brought his 3-year old son to the house party at 149 Sherri Lane on Thanksgiving.

Around 2:30 a.m., McEntee’s family members realized the little boy was missing.

McEntee’s family called 911, and within minutes, a calvary of approximately 75 law enforcement and rescue personnel converged on the home, including at least 30 Rochester, NY Police Officers, Monroe County, NY Sheriffs Deputies, New York State Police, and the Rochester, NY Fire Department.



149 Sherri Ann Lane in Greece, NY, location of drunken house party.


Greece, NY Police Chief Patrick Phelan said RPD Investigator McEntee and his family members were extremely intoxicated and were very uncooperative with officers who were trying to find his son.

Phelan said McEntee and his family members even shouted profanities at Officers.

On his radio show Monday morning, Bob Lonsberry reported that Greece, NY Police Deputy Chief Casey Voekl allowed the drunk investigator to get behind the wheel of his own private vehicle and leave the scene.

That’s right.

Police allowed one of their own, who was drunk, get behind the wheel of a motor vehicle and drive away, putting innocent lives at risk.

But that’s not all.

You’re probably wondering what happened to McEntee’s 3-year old little boy right?

Well, after an extensive search, which Lonsberry said at one point had a New York State Police helicopter on standby, police reviewed surveillance video footage from one of the neighboring homes.

That’s when they saw a shadowy figure walking away and leaving the house party with the little boy.

At first police thought they had a possible kidnapping on their hands.

Investigator McEntee also viewed the surveillance footage with his mother.

According to several RPD officers who spoke with Bob Lonsberry, McEntee asked his mother, “Could that be me?”, referring to the figure seen in the video walking with the little boy 

“Yes it could be”, his mother replied.

A Rochester, NY Police official then ordered Officers to go to McEntee’s home at 315 Barclays Court in Greece, NY to search the residence and see if the child was there.

Sure enough, the little boy was sound asleep in his bed, in the house.

All alone.



Rochester, NY Police Officer Jeff McEntee’s home 315 Barclay Court in Greece, NY, where 3-year old was found alone.



Turns out, Rochester, NY Police Investigator Jeff McEntee was so drunk that he had absolutely no recollection of having left the party with his son, and driving all the way to his home, more than four miles away, then leaving the child there all alone, and then driving back to the party.

Despite having endangered the welfare of a child, first by driving drunk with the child, which by the way under New York State Penal Law is Felony DWI, and then leaving his 3-year old son home alone for more than two hours, Rochester, NY Police investigator Jeff McEntee hasn't been charged.

And he probably won’t be.

It’s that whole thin blue line thing.

And of course, Greece, NY Police are calling the entire thing a simple misunderstanding.

At least that’s what they were saying initially, before the incident became a clusterfuck public relations nightmare for a department with a long history of corruption which included a former Police Chief, and two officers, one of them a Sergeant, serving prison sentences after a corruption scandal.

According to Lonsberry, some Rochester, NY Police officers who want to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation, are furious.

And rightly so.

They are disgusted at the reckless irresponsible actions of one of their own, who put the life of an innocent child in danger.

These officers were asked to stay on well past their shifts had ended.

And they gladly did.

Instead of going home to their own families, they assisted in searching for an innocent little boy.

A little boy whose father was so drunk he forgot what he did with him.


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Home Alone; Rochester, NY Cop Endangers The Welfare of His Own Child, Sets Off Intense Search for 3-Year Old Boy



Rochester, NY Police Officers respond to 149 Sherri Ann Lane in Greece, NY to assist in search for missing 3-year old boy early Friday morning.




By Davy V.



Rochester, NY Police Investigator Jeff McEntee got so shitfaced drunk at a Thanksgiving drinking party, that he lost his own 3-year son.


Well, sort of.


Here’s the story:


Investigator McEntee brought his 3-year old son to a house party at 149 Sherri Ann Lane in the town of Greece, NY on Thanksgiving.


Around 2:30 a.m., McEntee and his family members realized the little boy was missing.


McEntee’s family called 911, and within a few minutes, more than 75 law enforcement and rescue personnel converged on the home, including at least 30 Rochester, NY Police Officers. Monroe County, NY Sheriff Deputies, New York State Police, and the Rochester, NY Fire Department.


According to Greece, NY Police Chief Patrick Phelan, RPD Investigator McEntee and his family members were very uncooperative with officers who were trying to find his son, even hurling profanities at officers.


According to several law enforcement officials at the scene, Rochester, NY Police Investigator McEntee was  

extremely intoxicated.


Which is why it’s especially disturbing that Greece, NY Police Deputy Chief Casey Voekl allowed the drunk McEntee to get behind the wheel of his private vehicle and leave the scene.


That’s right.


Police allowed one of their own, who was drunk, get behind the wheel of a car and drive away, putting innocent lives at risk.


But that’s not all.


You’re probably wondering what happened to McEntee’s 3-year old little boy right?


Well, after an extensive search, which included a New York State Police helicopter, police reviewed surveillance video footage from one of the neighbors.


That’s when they saw a shadowy figure walking away and leaving the house party with the little boy.


Investigator McEntee also viewed the surveillance footage with his mother.


McEntee asked his mother “Could that be me?”


“It could be”, his mother replied.


A Rochester, NY Police Officer then ordered police to go to McEntee’s home to see if the child was there.


Sure enough, the little boy was sound asleep in his bed, in the house, all alone.


Turns out, Rochester, NY Police Investigator Jeff McEntee was so drunk that he had absolutely no recollection of having left the party with his son, and driving all the way to his home, where he put the child in bed, then left him alone in the house for more than two hours, while he went back to the party.


Rochester, NY Police Investigator Jeff McEntee hasn’t been charged, even though he endangered innocent lives, including his own son’s life, first by driving drunk and then by leaving the child alone for more than two hours.


And of course, Greece, NY Police are calling it a simple misunderstanding.


Code word for “We take care of our own.”


According to some Rochester Police officers who want to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation, they are furious.


And rightly so.


They are disgusted at the reckless irresponsible actions of one of their own, who put the life of an innocent child in danger.


These officers were asked to stay on well after their shifts had ended.


And they gladly did.


Instead of going home to their own families, they assisted in searching for an innocent little boy.


A little boy whose father was too drunk to remember what he did with him.



I will be updating this story.


 

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Monday, November 20, 2017

In Friday News Dump, Rochester, NY Mayor Lovely Warren Announces She has Asked RPD Chief Michael Ciminelli For his Resignation Letter



Rochester, NY Mayor Lovely Warren and RPD Chief Michael Ciminelli 




By Davy V.

In classic Friday evening news dump style, Rochester, NY Mayor Lovely Warren and her administration announced that she has asked Rochester Police Chief Michael Ciminelli to submit a letter of resignation, as well as a letter explaining why he should remain on as Chief of Police.



Rochester, NY Mayor Lovely Warren

 
The announcement comes less than two weeks after Warren was elected to a second term as Mayor of Rochester.

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Facebook Video Shows Rochester, NY Mayor Lovely Warren Campaign Staffer Getting Kicked Out of Bar, After Group Threatens Employees, Break Glasses



Rashad J. Smith-Cooper with Rochester, NY Mayor Lovely Warren



By The Davy V. Blog

A video posted on Facebook, which has received several thousand views shows a Rochester, NY community organizer and campaign staffer to Mayor Lovely Warren, being kicked out of a Rochester, NY bar after family members threaten employees and break glasses.

The video, which can be seen below, posted on social media by Rashad J. Smith-Cooper, a Rochester area public relations publicist, shows several employees asking Smith, as well as his friends and family members to leave the Merchants Grill bar, located at 881 Merchants Rd., on Saturday, after several of Smith-Cooper’s group threaten employees, break glasses, and at one point in the video Smith-Cooper is seen pushing a man believed to be the establishment’s owner.

In the video, Smith-Cooper can be heard repeatedly asking who can give his business card to, as he tells employees that “I’ll be back”, and “Y’all don’t know who you’re messing with.”

Also in the video, an employee can be heard saying she was threatened and told to meet the group in the parking lot.

In a Facebook post, Smith-Cooper writes that Merchants Grill employees asked him and his family to leave after accusing them of bringing their own alcohol into the bar.

Smith-Cooper also accuses employers of being racist, ending his Facebook post with: “They’ve discriminated against the wrong NEGROES!”

At the end of the video, Smith-Cooper is heard saying “This ain’t over” before a woman is heard saying “That’s why I broke their fucking glasses.”




Rashad Smith-Cooper’s Facebook post.



Rashad J. Smith-Coooper with Rochester, NY City Council President Loretta Scott


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