by Brian A. Wilkins
Jason Rozacky, 36, could be the 10th San Antonio
cop fired this year for misconduct.
Whether this fool is lobbying for the Sapp of the Month award or is just plain pathetic, either way, not only should he be calling a prison cell home for the next few years, but should never wear a badge again.
Just like all thug cops, San Antonio’s Jason Rozacky believed nobody can tell him what to do or dictate anything he does; even if its an ex-girlfriend who no longer wants his sorry ass. The incident occurred on August 20, when Rozacky refused to take “no” for an answer. His ex-girlfriend, Melisse Turner, who is a San Antonio airport cop, did not want to see him that night and had another guy over at her house instead (rumor has it the other guy is also a San Antonio cop). According to reports, Rozacky sent 10-15 text messages to her that night and called her several more times, in a creepy, pathetic attempt to win back a woman who clearly had no interest in him. But this was only the beginning.
Around 10pm, Rozacky showed up at Turner’s home and began banging on the door, shining a flashlight into her windows, and begging her to come talk to him for over an hour. Thug Rozacky then obtained a key Turner hid outside for her son and entered her home. Turner grabbed her pistol, pointed it at Rozacky, and told him to get out. This did not deter thug Rozacky, as he charged at the victim and wrestled with her for a few seconds before her cell phone rang and scared him off. Rozacky was arrested last Wednesday and charged with burglary with intent to assault. He was released on $20,000 bond. Of course, Rozacky is now on paid vacation (aka “paid administrative leave”) as well.
Rozacky isn’t alone as far as San Antonio thug cops who feel they can manipulate women in any way they choose.
San Antonio Police thugs Gregory V. Mickel (L) and Patrick Muriel (R)
Gregory V. Mickel, 31, was arrested in July after he sexually assaulted a woman in the back seat of his patrol car on June 26. Patrick Muriel was arrested back in February on charges of indecent exposure, after dropping his pants in front of two University of Texas-San Antonio female students. Mickel and Muriel were also awarded with paid vacations before being fired (actually, “suspended indefinitely”).
I’ll give Ms. Turner the benefit of the doubt, even though she should have shot this Rozacky character dead the moment she realized he broke into her house. There is an obvious problem in San Antonio (and in thousands of other police departments across the country) with thug cops thinking they are above the law and can do anything they want to do. Let’s keep in mind, these are only the “reported” incidents of rape, assault, and exposure to female citizens of San Antonio. A total of nine San Antonio cops have already been “suspended indefinitely” so far this year for varying forms of misconduct and Rozacky will likely (and should be) number-10. Though San Antonio Police Chief William McManus deserves credit for cleansing his police force of thugs, you have to wonder how so many of these animal were on the force to begin with.
Chief McManus says he will continue to enforce a “zero-tolerance policy” for all misconduct.
by Brian A. Wilkins