There is a need for a Federal Investigation on the appointment and actions of Mt. Vernon Deputy Police Commissioner Joseph Spiezio
Mayor Thomas has bamboozled the citizens of Mount Vernon. In order to have the 21st Century Policing Model, you must begin with the first step; Legitimacy, Transparency, and Accountability. How can you have Legitimacy, Transparency, and Accountability when you have a Deputy Police Commissioner like Joseph Spiezio who is not legitimate, who has no prior police experience? He is a professional garbage man. Now there is nothing wrong with being a garbage man; it’s a notable profession, but he has no place being in charge of Public Safety. His actions have only put the hard-working officers of MVPD and the community at risk, leaving the city with way too many lawsuits and judgments, and taxpayers footing the bill. The result is the many losses of life that we have seen under his command that he has failed to understand. [Deputy Police Commissioner Spiezio Claims “He Has Done More For MVPD Than Most” WRONG!]
In May, 2016, “Alleged” Deputy Police Commissioner Spiezio has been conducting himself out of the scope of the Mt. Vernon City Charter, by performing property seizures without proper documentation at OK Freddy’s Meat Market located at 132 South Fourth Avenue, Mount Vernon, New York and Mega Beverage Redemption Center, located at 121 East Third Street, also in Mt. Vernon.
Rally For Justice At OK Freddy’s: A Call For Federal Investigation!
Black Law Enforcement called for investigation of Deputy Police Commissioner Siezio
[Letters to Attorney Generals Officer and U.S. Attorney’s Office to investigate Mr. Spiezio for impersonating a Law Enforcement Officer]
The Illegitimacy of Deputy Police Commissioner Spiezio by Damon K Jones on Scribd
As of May, 2016, there was no information recorded in the Mt. Vernon City Clerk’s Office that Mr. Spiezio held any position in the City of Mt. Vernon
[May, 2016 letters from City Clerks Officer to Mayor Richard Thomas that Mr. Spiezio did not hold any position in the Mt. Vernon Police Department.]
City Clerk Letters to Mayor Thomas by Damon K Jones on Scribd
In June, 2016 a letter was sent to Human Resources to inquire Mr. Spiezio’s certification as a Deputy Police Commissioner.
[This letter was sent to then Human Resources Commissioner Rick Pogue. Three weeks later he resigned from his post]
Human Resources Letter SPIEZIO by Damon K Jones on Scribd
The FOIL to Human Resources was denied by the Mt. Vernon Law Department.
City of Mt. Vernon Refusal of FOIL on Deputy Police Commissioner Spiezio Records by Damon K Jones on Scribd
In June, 2016, Joseph Spiezio threatened to physically beat up Councilman André Wallace, when the councilman questioned him, Saturday afternoon after observing a truck owned by Spiezio, illegally carting debris at 46-48 Mount Vernon Avenue.
Spiezio Threats to Councilman Wallace by Damon K Jones on Scribd
In July, 2016, the city of Mt. Vernon created a social media policy for all employees of the city.
MVPD Facebook Policy by Damon K Jones on Scribd
Deputy Police Commissioner Spiezio has disregarded the city’s social media policy and have been sceen in constant conflict on social media with Mt. Vernon residents.
Letter to Mayor Re Request for Discipline Deputy Police Commissioner Spiezio violating social media policy by Damon K Jones on Scribd
Even after the letter from Counciman Wallace, Deputy Police Commissioner Spiezio continued to violate city policy.
Letter on Spiezio Violating MV New Social Media Policy by Damon K Jones on Scribd
Nazarene Duncan, mother of Wilbert “Junior” Francis who shot 13 times and killed June 10, 2016 was approached by an known former Felon, Roberta James and put on a conference call with Deputy Police commissioner Spiezio.
Mrs. Duncan is questioning have MVPD Jeopardized her son murder investigation by having a known Felon involved in the investigation.
Deputy Commissioner Spiezio Jeopardizing Homicide Investigations by Damon K Jones on Scribd
Nazarene Duncan speaking on the investigation of her son
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman and Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli announced the arrest of Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas for allegedly stealing campaign funds and lying about money he diverted from his inaugural committee for personal benefit. Mr. Thomas was arrested on a felony complaint this morning after an investigation that exposed the theft of approximately $12,900 from his campaign committee, and the diversion of over $45,000 from his inaugural committee for personal use and his failure to disclose it.
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Former Mt. Vernon Commissioner Robert Kelly legal testimony to explains Spiezio’s role in usurping his authority as Police Commissioner. Spiezio used his position as a Thomas campaign and personal financer to take control of the police department illegally. According to Kelly, Spiezio had a Florida drivers license, meaning he wasn’t a New York State resident and it was illegal for him to hold a law enforcement position not being a resident.
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