Criminal Cops, Protected by Color of Law

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Former Romulus Police Chief Michael St. Andre

Former Romulus Police Chief Michael St. Andre

Ex-Romulus Police Chief Pleads Guilty In Corruption Case:

A former Romulus police chief awaiting trial in July on corruption charges has pleaded guilty to racketeering, embezzlement and misconduct charges.

Michael St. Andre made the pleas Wednesday at a hearing in Wayne County Circuit Court, where he was scheduled to go on trial this summer. Judge Michael Hathaway is scheduled to sentence him Oct. 17. The racketeering charge carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison.

Prosecutors say the chief and a group of five detectives used more than $100,000 in drug forfeiture money to pay for prostitutes, alcohol and marijuana, and to buy a tanning salon for the chief’s wife, Sandra Vlaz-St. Andre.

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My Commentary: Criminals, protected by color of law…

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