From Investigates - Brian Maass
May 6, 2011
DENVER (CBS4) – A Denver police officer has been disciplined for discourtesy and “conduct prejudicial” to the department for the way he treated a Denver process server last summer.
The process server, Richard Bellizzi, believed he was a crime victim, but ended up being arrested and jailed for 24 hours following his interaction with Officer Ron Jensen.
According to an internal police investigation of the incident obtained by CBS4, Jensen lost four days pay for his conduct in the June 24 incident and was issued a written reprimand for discourtesy. The Denver District Attorneys Office ultimately dropped all charges against Bellizzi.
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DPD Officer Disciplined In Process Server Case