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    Sgt. Kelly Sullivan #1693

    Miami-Dade Police Department
    Professional Compliance Bureau
    Preliminary case report


    Case #: 2013-0180

    IRP Case # Recieved date: 10/17/2013
    Admin Date 06/20/2014 120 Days: 10/18/2014 180 Days: 12/17/2014
    Method Reported: Other Grid:
    Occurred Date: 09/28/2013 Contact Type: Other
    Occurred Location: Unknown
    Unknown Primary District:
    Professional Compliance Bureau
    Address Of Occurrence: Directors Office

    MIAMI, FLORIDA
    UNITED STATES (USA) Delete Flag: N

    Case Type: Internal Affairs Sealed Status: N

    IA Responded?: Y Case Allegation: Dept. Misc.
    (Conduct
    Unbecoming Violation)


    PREPARED BY (IF PREPARED BY DISTRICT)

    Name: Badge #: Date:
    District:


    ASSIGNED TO

    Name: MAHARAJ, AIMEE Badge #: 5453 Date: 10/17/2013


    APPROVED BY

    Name: ACOSTA, ALEJANDRO Badge#: 1720 Date: 10/17/2013


    NARRATIVE

    ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2013, AT 11:00AM, PUBLIC CORRUPTION SECTION (PCS) CAPTAIN GLENN STOLZENBERG NOTIFIED THE PROFESSIONAL COMPLIANCE BUREAU (PCB) REGARDING AN INCIDENT INVOLVING PCS SERGEANT KELLY SULLIVAN.

    THIS INVESTIGATOR AND PCB SERGEANT EDWIN CABRERA RESPONDED TO PCS LOCATED AT 1701 NORTHWEST 87TH AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA, AND MADE CONTACTBWITH CAPTAIN STOLZENBERG WHO RELATED THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION.

    CAPTAIN STOLZENBERG ADVISED THAT FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) SPECIAL AGENT JOHN JIMENEZ INFORMED HIM THAT SERGEANT SULLIVAN WAS UTILIZING A FLORIDA TAG WHICH WAS NOT ASSIGNED TO HIS COUNTY VEHICLE IN ORDER TO ELUDE FROM PAYING SUN PASS TOLLS.

    IN ADDITION, SERGEANT SULLIVAN MAY BE IN POSSESSION OF OTHER FLORIDA TAGS UTILIZED IN THE SAME MANNER.

    CAPTAIN STOLZENBERG STATED THAT FLORIDA TAG #695-WUM WHICH WAS ON THE VEHICLE AT THE TIME, DOES NOT BELONG TO SERGEANT SULLIVAN'S COUNTY ISSUED VEHICLE. FURTHER INVESTIGATION REVEALED THAT FLORIDA TAG #695-WUM HAS AN OUTSTANDING BALANCE OF $948.96 FROM SUN PASS. THE COUNTY ISSUED VEHICLE WAS IMPOUNDED REFERENCE THE INVESTIGATION.


    AR0020

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    Criminal Investigation

    Special Prosecutions Intake
    __________________________________________________ ________________________________________

    A.S.A. Johnette L. Hardiman Investigation#: 86-14-5

    Date: June 13th, 2014

    Jose J. Arrojo, Chief Assistant Date: June 15th, 2014

    __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ _______________________

    Subject(s): Sgt. Kelly Sullivan Employment: Miami Dade Police Department


    INVESTIGATOR: INTERNAL AFFAIRS
    INVESTIGATOR: Sgt. Aimee Maharaj
    PHONE: PHONE: 305-627-7161


    CONCLUSION

    CRIME STATUE DEGREE
    Grand Theft 812.014 Felony 3rd degree
    Attaching License Plate Not Assigned 320.261 Misdemeanor

    OTHER:

    Sgt. Kelly Sullivan, the subject, was assigned an unmarked Miami-Dade Police Department vehicle. He was allowed to use the vehicle for work and personal use. He was issued a sunpass for tolls incurred as part of his job. The subject was responsible for tolls incurred in his personal use of the vehicle and for tolls incurred going to and from work.

    Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent John Jiminez informed the Miami-Dade Police Department that the subject was using tags not assigned to his vehicle to avoid paying tolls. An investigation was initiated.

    Investigation revealed that between January 20th, 2011 and October 15th, 2013, the subject used several license plates that were not issued to him or his vehicle. The use of the license plates was documented via the toll-by-plate camera system. The amount of tolls incurred and billed to the Miami-Dade Police Department was $1,973.66.

    Some of the tolls incurred were definately not incurred as part of the subjects employment, but not all tolls that were incurred could be attributed to personal use.

    A prior-to-letter was sent to the subject. Through his attorney, Doug Hartman, ESQ., the subject explained that the tags were purchased from a website that routinely sells license plates. He said he used them to help him remain undercover and not be exposed during surveillances. HE COULD NOT EXPLAIN WHY THE SUNPASS HE WAS ISSUED WAS NOT USED.

    One of the license plates the subject purchased came from a repossessed vehicle. The original owner of the license plate had been billed and ticketed for the toll violations. Those tickets and toll violations were corrected and the subject could not be shown to have any knowledge of the origin of the license plate and no connection to the original owner could be established.

    Based on the fact that the subject had a sunpass issued to him by MDPD and MDPD would have been responsible for many of the tolls, it is hard to establish a criminal intent to steal from MDPD or the toll system. Additionally, it would be difficult to establish with certainty the amount for which the subject would be personally responsible.

    In lieu of prosecution, the subject has made full payment of the tolls incurred. With the agreement of the MDPD, the criminal investigation is closed. The matter will be handled administratively.

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    Plenty more to come boys and girls. This should show you what it means to be part of the "family" and not to be part of the "family". Additionally, it doesn't hurt to have your drinking buddy the ASA reviewing your CRIMINAL Grand Theft Case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Plenty more to come boys and girls. This should show you what it means to be part of the "family" and not to be part of the "family". Additionally, it doesn't hurt to have your drinking buddy the ASA reviewing your CRIMINAL Grand Theft Case.
    I would also look into the then Lt from pcb who approved that. I believe he's a captain now

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    I would also look into the then Lt from pcb who approved that. I believe he's a captain now
    He is not a Captain. He is no other than the infamous Major Andrew Glass of Kendall District. He was the lieutenant at the time and the sergeant did work for him. He covered for him at all times, from LETF overtime theft, to fraudulent cases where the sergeant and his squad "reviewed" surveillance tapes at their own homes on their own TV's and they submitted hundreds of unwarranted overtime hours. All done by the sergeant and his rogue squad which included two detectives which were assigned to the FBI (of all places) and continue to work there. The squad also included another greasy looking detective known for taking his county vehicle on personal vacations to North Carolina and other points in this country. All this information was known to Glass who even covered up the sexual advances by the sergeant against a male squad member. All that overtime was willingly paid by then sergeant now Lieutenant Dawn Colon a misshaped individual with mental issues who shared daily escapades with Glass to places unknown. The sight of that roll in the hay would make you puke. This cesspool of ****roaches are still alive and well, surviving under the big top tent of a circus known as Miami Dade Police Department.

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    Look shortly for the Sergeant's sworn purjured deposition where he wasn't pushed by the investigating Sergeant who was more interested in the location of the liars office than the Grand theft or possession of stolen property. With investigators like MDPD has Mayberry looks like LAPD.

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    What kind of PCB investigators are these?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    CLOSE-OUT MEMO

    Criminal Investigation

    Special Prosecutions Intake
    __________________________________________________ ________________________________________

    A.S.A. Johnette L. Hardiman Investigation#: 86-14-5

    Date: June 13th, 2014

    Jose J. Arrojo, Chief Assistant Date: June 15th, 2014

    __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ _______________________

    Subject(s): Sgt. Kelly Sullivan Employment: Miami Dade Police Department


    INVESTIGATOR: INTERNAL AFFAIRS
    INVESTIGATOR: Sgt. Aimee Maharaj
    PHONE: PHONE: 305-627-7161


    CONCLUSION

    CRIME STATUE DEGREE
    Grand Theft 812.014 Felony 3rd degree
    Attaching License Plate Not Assigned 320.261 Misdemeanor

    OTHER:

    Sgt. Kelly Sullivan, the subject, was assigned an unmarked Miami-Dade Police Department vehicle. He was allowed to use the vehicle for work and personal use. He was issued a sunpass for tolls incurred as part of his job. The subject was responsible for tolls incurred in his personal use of the vehicle and for tolls incurred going to and from work.

    Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent John Jiminez informed the Miami-Dade Police Department that the subject was using tags not assigned to his vehicle to avoid paying tolls. An investigation was initiated.

    Investigation revealed that between January 20th, 2011 and October 15th, 2013, the subject used several license plates that were not issued to him or his vehicle. The use of the license plates was documented via the toll-by-plate camera system. The amount of tolls incurred and billed to the Miami-Dade Police Department was $1,973.66.

    Some of the tolls incurred were definately not incurred as part of the subjects employment, but not all tolls that were incurred could be attributed to personal use.

    A prior-to-letter was sent to the subject. Through his attorney, Doug Hartman, ESQ., the subject explained that the tags were purchased from a website that routinely sells license plates. He said he used them to help him remain undercover and not be exposed during surveillances. HE COULD NOT EXPLAIN WHY THE SUNPASS HE WAS ISSUED WAS NOT USED.

    One of the license plates the subject purchased came from a repossessed vehicle. The original owner of the license plate had been billed and ticketed for the toll violations. Those tickets and toll violations were corrected and the subject could not be shown to have any knowledge of the origin of the license plate and no connection to the original owner could be established.

    Based on the fact that the subject had a sunpass issued to him by MDPD and MDPD would have been responsible for many of the tolls, it is hard to establish a criminal intent to steal from MDPD or the toll system. Additionally, it would be difficult to establish with certainty the amount for which the subject would be personally responsible.

    In lieu of prosecution, the subject has made full payment of the tolls incurred. With the agreement of the MDPD, the criminal investigation is closed. The matter will be handled administratively.
    "It would be difficult to establish with certainty the amount for which the subject would be personally responsible" Are you serious? What kind of investigative training did Sgt. Aimee Maharaj receive before she was put in place at PCB to investigate serious criminal violations by MDPD employees? Has Maharaj ever heard of an investigative tool called an audit? You know, where you check the subject's work hours versus his toll usage to determine the amount of the theft? Seems to me like Maharaj was more than happy with closing the investigation without insisting on criminal prosecution and rather transferring the subject to another district to avoid a departmental black eye. And so, the subject was transferred and soon assigned to head a CST squad in another district with a newly assigned toll pass to use at his own will with no supervision.
    This scenario brings up an interesting conclusion. While Lugo gets arrested for gas theft and Palmer gets demoted because his son sold dope from his own house, this subject gets to retain his rank without demotion and he is not arrested or prosecuted. What kind of favors had this subject provided the administration for such "protection"? What did he know that they did not want told to the media? These are all serious concerns. Wonder why the FBI chose to keep quiet and failed to push the SAO to prosecute this rogue individual. This is significant of the selective enforcement going on to this day at MDPD.

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    nobody from nowhere

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    CLOSE-OUT MEMO

    Criminal Investigation

    Special Prosecutions Intake
    __________________________________________________ ________________________________________

    A.S.A. Johnette L. Hardiman Investigation#: 86-14-5

    Date: June 13th, 2014

    Jose J. Arrojo, Chief Assistant Date: June 15th, 2014

    __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ _______________________

    Subject(s): Sgt. Kelly Sullivan Employment: Miami Dade Police Department


    INVESTIGATOR: INTERNAL AFFAIRS
    INVESTIGATOR: Sgt. Aimee Maharaj
    PHONE: PHONE: 305-627-7161


    CONCLUSION

    CRIME STATUE DEGREE
    Grand Theft 812.014 Felony 3rd degree
    Attaching License Plate Not Assigned 320.261 Misdemeanor

    OTHER:

    Sgt. Kelly Sullivan, the subject, was assigned an unmarked Miami-Dade Police Department vehicle. He was allowed to use the vehicle for work and personal use. He was issued a sunpass for tolls incurred as part of his job. The subject was responsible for tolls incurred in his personal use of the vehicle and for tolls incurred going to and from work.

    Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent John Jiminez informed the Miami-Dade Police Department that the subject was using tags not assigned to his vehicle to avoid paying tolls. An investigation was initiated.

    Investigation revealed that between January 20th, 2011 and October 15th, 2013, the subject used several license plates that were not issued to him or his vehicle. The use of the license plates was documented via the toll-by-plate camera system. The amount of tolls incurred and billed to the Miami-Dade Police Department was $1,973.66.

    Some of the tolls incurred were definately not incurred as part of the subjects employment, but not all tolls that were incurred could be attributed to personal use.

    A prior-to-letter was sent to the subject. Through his attorney, Doug Hartman, ESQ., the subject explained that the tags were purchased from a website that routinely sells license plates. He said he used them to help him remain undercover and not be exposed during surveillances. HE COULD NOT EXPLAIN WHY THE SUNPASS HE WAS ISSUED WAS NOT USED.

    One of the license plates the subject purchased came from a repossessed vehicle. The original owner of the license plate had been billed and ticketed for the toll violations. Those tickets and toll violations were corrected and the subject could not be shown to have any knowledge of the origin of the license plate and no connection to the original owner could be established.

    Based on the fact that the subject had a sunpass issued to him by MDPD and MDPD would have been responsible for many of the tolls, it is hard to establish a criminal intent to steal from MDPD or the toll system. Additionally, it would be difficult to establish with certainty the amount for which the subject would be personally responsible.

    In lieu of prosecution, the subject has made full payment of the tolls incurred. With the agreement of the MDPD, the criminal investigation is closed. The matter will be handled administratively.


    if mr Sullivan did indeed, as stated above, make "full payment" of the tolls incurred, then effectively acknowledged that he received a monetary benefit and he needs to amend his tax returns for those year(s) and file a 1040X for each year because the benefit received at the time would/should have been recognized as "income" and the resultant toll expense, insomuch as it constituted a PLE (personal living expense) would have been a non-deductible expense.

    you guys need to forward this to the FBI agent that started the whole thing and have him forward the information to the IRS. (or you could make the referral yourself and collect a finders fee, but you have to have concrete facts). Because I am sure that even a moderately competent Revenue Agent would be able to identify more income issues on this individual's tax returns than just the sunpass "issue".

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    Great Information

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    if mr Sullivan did indeed, as stated above, make "full payment" of the tolls incurred, then effectively acknowledged that he received a monetary benefit and he needs to amend his tax returns for those year(s) and file a 1040X for each year because the benefit received at the time would/should have been recognized as "income" and the resultant toll expense, insomuch as it constituted a PLE (personal living expense) would have been a non-deductible expense.

    you guys need to forward this to the FBI agent that started the whole thing and have him forward the information to the IRS. (or you could make the referral yourself and collect a finders fee, but you have to have concrete facts). Because I am sure that even a moderately competent Revenue Agent would be able to identify more income issues on this individual's tax returns than just the sunpass "issue".
    Great Great Great information. Several of us will be on the phone reaching out to the Agent in charge reference this. Also several calls/ complaints will be going to the Internal Revenue Service. Thank you for the great advice.
    Signed by:

    MR. KARMA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Great Great Great information. Several of us will be on the phone reaching out to the Agent in charge reference this. Also several calls/ complaints will be going to the Internal Revenue Service. Thank you for the great advice.
    Signed by:

    MR. KARMA
    LOL right and trump wouldnt win the election. FAKE NEWS.

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