Tag Archives: Whitney Jurjevich

Stan Rosenblatt: “Whitney Jurjevich Lied to Upper Gwynedd Police”

UPDATED 2/28/2009:
Rosenblatt Denied Copy of Police Report From Upper Gwynedd Police

ORIGINAL LINK: http://blog.operation-nation.com/2009/02/14/stan-rosenblatt-whitney-jurjevich-lied-to-upper-gwynedd-police.aspx

In an email to Operation Nation this week, Stan Rosenblatt said he requested a copy of the police report from when Tempe cop Whitney Jurjevich shot and killed his dog, Bruce, on January 16; and was denied.

“Apparently I need a subpoena to get a copy,” Rosenblatt wrote. “I expect to be able to do so if/when I start civil action.”

Jurjevich was not charged by Montgomery County (PA) authorities and not punished by Tempe Police.



Stan Rosenblatt spoke out in … Read Entire Article

Tempe Police Officer Whitney Jurjevich Escapes Prosecution


ORIGINAL LINK: http://blog.operation-nation.com/2009/02/13/tempe-police-officer-whitney-jurjevich-escapes-prosecution.aspx


UPDATED 2/13/2009 2:30 pm MST

Friday the 13th turned out to be Whitney Jurjevich’s lucky day. Authorities in Montgomery County, PA have decided not to press charges against Jurjevich, the Tempe Police Officer who shot and killed Stan Rosenblatt’s dog, Bruce, while visiting his father January 16. According to the press release, Jurjevich had the right to carry the gun, and the right to shoot the dog because he said he felt threatened. The police, according to the press release, did not take into account Jurjevich also pointed the gun at Rosenblatt … Read Entire Article

Charges Unlikely For Tempe Officer Who Shot Dog In Pennsylvania


ORIGINAL LINK: http://blog.operation-nation.com/2009/02/13/tempe-cop-indicted-for-shooting-dog-in-pennsylvania.aspx

Tempe Police Officer Whitney Jurjevich may be off the hook. Montgomery (PA) County Assistant District Attorney Abby Silverman said a final decision will be reached by the end of the day as to whether or not charges will be brought. Pennsylvania and Arizona have similar concealed weapons laws, so the only item at issue is whether or not the dog was under control when Jurjevich shot him. “If a person reasonably believes a dog will hurt him, they have the right to use a weapon to defend themselves,” Silverman said.
Jurjevich was visiting … Read Entire Article