Salina Kansas K-9 Officer Carswell and The Doggie Treat Deceit

Department: Salina Kansas Police Department
Employee: K-9 Officer Carswell
Contact: (785) 826-6515
Address: 255 N 10th, Salina, Ks. 67401

On Sept. 9th 2014, Salina Kansas Police employee Tyler Golsby pulled over Troy Dejulio for a non-working tag light. While reviewing the lapel cams to point out the deceitful and dirty coercive tactics these officers were using, I noticed a little strange behavior from Officer Carswell, an officer who was called as back up because the occupants had “prior drug charges” and the passenger “continually manipulated her purse”. Officer Carswell just happened to be a K-9 unit officer. And, of course, one of the other backup officers was a female. Probably didn’t have anything to do with a pre-planned search now would it?

In this video, we expose Officer Carswell’s dirty lowdown scum of a lie tactic as he deceitfully sticks his finger into a dog treat holder, presumably to gather the smell of a sticky sweet treat from inside the holder to wipe on the vehicle and generate a false alert from the K-9. After watching this video please call and inform the Salina Police Dept. that you have seen Carswell’s dirty tactic. I’m just guessing, but I bet there’s some good excuse for having stuck his finger in the treat holder. It should call into question any drug detection that officer Carswell and his K-9 have “sniffed” out.

Below you’ll find links to three lapel cams. In these videos, you’ll see that officer Carswell, the K-9 officer, had no knowledge of what traffic violation had been committed. You’ll see him lie and tell Troy that he has legitimate reason for running the dog, the traffic stop detainment, and that he HAS to get out of the car or he will be arrested. I find his lack of knowledge to the initial stop very telling. Not only does officer Carswell bully Troy wrongfully out of the car, but he later lies for the police report and stated he smelled alcohol on Troy and that’s why they were asked to exit the vehicle. There is no mention of alcohol till after Troy and the passenger are out of the vehicle. And it wasn’t a statement of smelling alcohol, it was the investigative tactic of trying to further the investigation with questions like, “how much have you had to drink”? Not implying he smelt it, but implementing his common in general investigative questions trying to gain cause for furthering the investigation.

You’ll also see that, though the passenger refuses consent to a search, they search her anyway. You’ll see one officer try and get information from a phone in the vehicle and you’ll see an officer rifle through the passengers purse and flip through her address/calendar book for a few. They did find a bag of broccoli in the car. Regardless of any outcome, the initial search was illegal because no consent was given and the stop was for a tag light out, which is not reason for a search alone, yet no other reason is given for the search. Both the driver and passenger had their rights violated. The moment Troy was forced from his car for a traffic violation, this contact became a violation of rights. Let alone, Troy being set up by Carswell and causing a false K-9 alert.



 

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  • Rad

    You should sue.

  • ymygody

    more cops that should be executed publicly. or just executed, I don’t really care. fucking pigs are only good for bear bait.

  • jonn

    Really? All this, 4 cops, a K-9 for a burned out tag light? Selina must have an abundance of tax dollars to burn.
    The cops in this video, where did they get their BLET…..mail order? I swear that this was the most pitiful vehicle search that I have ever seen performed!! I guess that lesson was lost in the mail. These ass hats must have been hired last week the way they carried on. And the search of the woman AFTER she said no, that was wrong on all levels. This video should be used for training purposes of how not to be a stupid jackass.
    Geeeeesh, and departments around the country wonder why citizens no longer respect police, or worse, why they are being ambushed.

  • Shawn

    “Really? All this, 4 cops, a K-9 for a burned out tag light? Selina must have an abundance of tax dollars to burn.”

    It is called fishing. They were hoping to get lucky and make a drug bust. Stops are made under pretense all the time. Seen it myself. They’ll even lie about the reason.

  • Common Sense

    “……A
    couple
    arrested
    when
    police
    found
    evidence
    of
    a
    methamphetamine
    manufacturing
    operation
    in
    their
    garage
    were
    sentenced
    Monday
    in
    Salina
    on
    drug
    charges
    and
    aggravated
    child
    endangerment.
    Troy
    DeJulio,
    35,
    and
    Sandra
    Pilcher,
    36,
    both
    of
    156
    Florida,
    were
    arrested
    in
    November.
    During
    a
    search
    of
    their
    residence,
    officers
    with
    the
    t-135/I-
    70
    Drug
    Task
    Force
    found
    numerous
    pieces
    of
    matchbooks
    and
    matches
    scattered
    on
    the
    floor
    of
    the
    garage.
    They
    also
    confiscated
    a
    glass
    jar
    with
    what
    appeared
    to
    be
    red
    phosphorous,
    an
    ingredient
    obtained
    from
    match
    heads
    and
    used
    in
    making
    meth. Hydrogen
    peroxide,
    lye,
    starter
    fluid
    and
    several
    pieces
    of
    T
    MESSIAH
    FESTIVAL
    glassware
    also
    were
    found.
    Two
    children,
    ages
    2
    and
    4,

    who
    were
    in
    the
    house
    when
    it
    was
    searched,
    were
    released
    to
    the
    custody
    of
    family
    members.
    DeJulio
    was
    sentenced
    by
    Saline
    County
    District
    Court
    Judge
    Daniel
    Hebert
    on
    Monday
    to
    seven
    years,
    five
    months
    in
    prison
    on
    charges
    that
    included
    the
    manufacture
    of
    meth
    and
    aggravated
    child
    endangerment.
    .
    Pilcher
    was
    placed
    on
    probation
    for
    18
    months
    with
    community
    corrections,
    after
    serving
    120
    days
    in
    jail
    on
    her sentence.
    Her
    charges
    included
    two
    felonies

    possession
    of
    methamphetamine
    and
    drug
    paraphernalia

    and
    misdemeanors
    that
    included
    child
    endangerment,
    and
    marijuana
    and
    paraphernalia
    possession……” (2005) Maybe its a different person, but somehow I doubt it.

    Bye Troy….

    Again, the police can order you out of a lawfully stopped car. The police do not require consent if PC can be articulated. The dog can do a “free air” search. If it “hits” that’s PC for a search.

    We have gone over this again and again, but you still keep forgetting. Why is that?

  • Common Sense

    *whoops, sorry about coding.

  • JC

    This is hilarious. You have 4 drug users in the vehicle. You claim the officer was reaching into a “treat” pouch. The officers don’t give these dogs treats on duty. They give them a ball or a lot of praise, but no food. It’s too distracting for the dogs. I don’t know of one K-9 officer that gives their dog treats while on duty. They were drug addicts. I’m sure when the officer ran the license of the driver, he found out the driver and past drug convictions. This is just nothing but a boo hoo I got caught syndrome.

  • jonn

    4 drug users in the vehicle? I only saw 1 man and 1 woman. All the resources wasted searching the car and the couple and what did it get them? Nothing, zip, nada, zilch. The searches were illegal on so many levels that a first year junior attorney will have no problem with a law suit on rights violations.
    You would think with all the millions of dollars departments pay out in law suits each year that training would be top priority. And its not just stuff like this video, check out videos of people with service dogs that sue the police as well due to a lack of training and understanding of current laws.
    If I were in charge of a department training would be ongoing every month and this kind of crap would NOT be going on in my department.

  • pickle

    Wow, that was annoying as hell. Reading your comment was kind of annoying too. I didn’t watch the videos, but I’m guessing the cops found a “reason” to search the car. I wonder what they hoped to find in the address book.

  • pickle

    Those damned “broccoli heads”. It’s a good thing all those cops were there to protect the crap out of them. They might have escalated their broccoli use to the even more dangerous vegetables. God forbid anyone carry around …..CARROTS!!!!! You carry around carrots, don’t you? I’m sure you keep ’em tucked away nicely. How you eat them after they smell like your ass is beyond me, though. But, whatever floats your boat, Chimpy McMonkeyfucker.

  • pickle

    Why would you do that to a bear? Don’t they have enough problems?

  • pickle

    The beginning of the middle video starts with the female cop saying, “You’re not being detained.” They should have just shut their mouths and walked to their car and driven away. Anybody else hear her say that? The instant I hear “You’re not being detained.” I LEAVE without saying another word. If I’ve been stopped illegally, I get my lawyer to resolve the rest of the situation. Arguing with a cop is like talking to JC. You might as well be talking to your dog. No, your dog is probably WAY more intelligent.

    Good grief, people need to learn how to just shut the hell up. Dude says he’s not answering any more questions without his lawyer, but then proceeds to yap yap yap away with “slurred speech” giving the cops everything they need to have a field day on his ass. If you don’t say anything you can’t have slurred speech.

    I’m all for accountability and all, but if you’re going to play the game you need to learn the rules. Rule #1: don’t say any more than you absolutely have to. Not even a “Hi, how are you?” Everything you say and do gives the cops something to work with in front of a judge. Rule #2: if you’re going to play the game, be ready to play it all the way to the holding cell and let your lawyer sue for wrong doing. It might just come down to that. Don’t wimp out and whine about it later. Rule #3: cops don’t have to follow the rules. Sucks, but it’s true. The person who ultimately decides your fate is a judge and guess who the judge has to deal with on a daily basis? They aren’t going to side with you based on your word or a video that isn’t 100% proof that anything wrong was done. It just isn’t going to happen.

    This is the new America. The cops you grew up with are gone. If you see flashing lights behind you your day is probably going to be screwed. One way or the other. The best you can hope for nowadays is to not get shot. Good luck.

  • ymygody

    figured it might be something like a donut…. Glazed human.

  • Common Sense

    Yeah, it looked fine in the comment box, but once it was submitted, it shifted out. Meh, it was from an old OCR.

  • whoopsydoodoo

    There appears to be a misunderstanding. When you talk about what the police can do, you seem to be suggesting that this is universally accepted as legitimate. If the mafia does something, do we say “the mafia can do this” and “it is lawful for the mafia to do that”, simply because, as an organized group, they have more brute power than other individuals?

  • WD!

    Ha

  • RaymondbyEllis

    Tabs are a bitch. Formatting in general is a bitch. When I quote others here I have to go back and remove the tabs and spacing. I’m sympathizing but with “what, you’re just getting It?”.

  • RaymondbyEllis

    Not worth my time.

  • Melanie Adams

    jesus christ-it never stops, does it? i’m sick to my very core at the continued reprehensible behavior of cops all over this country?? how can so many people enjoy treating other people this way, all in the name of “serving and protecting”??? they’ve made me ashamed of this country and they’re an embarrassment and an affront to everything we say we stand for as a nation.

  • joe

    I use to live there and the cops there are real assholes they brag about harassing the citizens and boast about being the dui capital. Their motto is “come on vacation, leave on probation”. For the most part all the cops have that god mentality of do as I say not as I do and when you try to stand up for your rights they fabricate evidence.