‘Tell your moms that you met real cops tonight’: Cincinnati captain’s arrest report


A Cincinnati police captain was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated Sunday, Loveland city officials said Monday.

Cincinnati Police Capt. Amanda Caton, 55, was stopped by a Loveland police officer at 2:24 a.m. after observing her vehicle hesitate when the light turned green, cut the turn and drive left of center through a turn. 

When the officer activated the overhead lights to initiate a traffic stop, per his report, he said the vehicle was slow to stop, passing an entrance to a parking area and then stopping on the apron of another parking area. The vehicle did not pull off the main road.

According to the report filed by Loveland police, there was a very strong odor of alcoholic beverage coming from inside the vehicle. The officer asked Caton for her information and she handed him her license. The report said that she asked in a slurred voice “does it help that I am a police officer?” The officer said Caton’s eyes were glassy and bloodshot.

Read the rest here: https://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/2020/02/10/cincinnati-police-captain-arrested-ovi-charge/4713587002/

One thought on “‘Tell your moms that you met real cops tonight’: Cincinnati captain’s arrest report

  1. ‘In 2003, Patrick Caton was fired by the CPD after he was tried and acquitted for assault in the 2001 death of Roger Owensby.

    But an independent arbitrator reinstated Patrick Caton a year later and even awarded him $200,000 in back pay.’

    ……..this is the ‘real’ cop

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