Mississippi police chief slams cop caught stealing $140 sneakers IN HER UNIFORM ... trends now

Mississippi police chief slams cop caught stealing $140 sneakers IN HER UNIFORM ... trends now
Mississippi police chief slams cop caught stealing $140 sneakers IN HER UNIFORM ... trends now

Mississippi police chief slams cop caught stealing $140 sneakers IN HER UNIFORM ... trends now

A Mississippi police chief slammed the cop who was caught stealing $140 sneakers from a Dick's Sporting Goods while wearing her police uniform. 

Columbus Police Chief Joseph Daughtry said Robin Conner, 33, was on duty in a patrol car before she was arrested on Wednesday for shoplifting. 

'An employee observed them and detained the officer and called 911. 911, knowing it was an officer, called the (shift supervisor) and they notified us. Myself, the assistant chief and the captain over patrol all responded.'

'We're putting her in jail. It's embarrassing for the department, but we're going to treat her like we would anybody else,' Daughtry said. 

The city council voted Thursday morning 5–0 to fire Conner from the police department, as reported by WTVA

Columbus Police Chief Joseph Daughtry slammed the cop, Robin Conner, 33, who was caught stealing $140 sneakers from a Dick's Sporting Goods while wearing her police uniform

Columbus Police Chief Joseph Daughtry slammed the cop, Robin Conner, 33, who was caught stealing $140 sneakers from a Dick's Sporting Goods while wearing her police uniform

Conner was on duty in a patrol car before she was arrested on Wednesday for shoplifting

Conner was on duty in a patrol car before she was arrested on Wednesday for shoplifting

'We're putting her in jail. It's embarrassing for the department, but we're going to treat her like we would anybody else,' Daughtry said

'We're putting her in jail. It's embarrassing for the department, but we're going to treat her like we would anybody else,' Daughtry said

The department will handle Conner's arrest like any other, Daughtry said, insisting that there's no conflict of interest. 

'If it was a major case we would turn it over to another agency, but this is a misdemeanor and it's pretty much cut and dried,' Daughtry read more from dailymail.....

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