Chicago Cop Vacations in Florida – Pees Into an Ice Machine
Chicago cop Henry W. Capouch, 30, of Chicago, took the ride of shame to the Pinellas County Jail after he was caught peeing into the ice machine at a St Petersburg beachside bar.
According to the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, an employee at Jimmy B’s Beach Bar, located in the Beachcomber Resort Hotel on St. Petersburg Beach, went to retrieve some ice from the machine shortly after midnight. Much to his amazement, he found Henry Capouch “Pissing on the ice in the machine.”
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The employee, who was identified as Richard Klees, told Capouch to stop. Capouch responded to the buzzkill by cursing and giving him a shove or two. A security guard for the Beachcomber was also shoved away.
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Vacationing Chicago cop busted after getting caught urinating in Florida bar's ice machine https://t.co/As9Q3YAVlz pic.twitter.com/Y3H1y6tNFk
— The Smoking Gun (@tsgnews) December 6, 2022
Vacationing Florida man police officer urinates in ice machine at local bar https://t.co/7sxImSlWL7 pic.twitter.com/IEUT2hnAU8
— Florida Man (@FloridaMan__) December 7, 2022
A Chicago cop vacationing in Florida was arrested early yesterday after being caught urinating into an ice machine at a beachside bar, according to police who charged the visiting lawman with battery and disorderly conduct https://t.co/VrQwNObFQ0 pic.twitter.com/PXvdjk4MpJ
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When deputies arrived, they found Capouch with his girlfriend on the beach. According to the arrest affidavit submitted by Deputy Robert Greenwood with the Pinellas Sheriff’s Office. Capouch “was actively resisting and initially not obeying lawful commands while being detained.
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The Defendant continued to yell and kept standing when told to sit multiple times by law enforcement.” The deputy also checked the box indicating the arrestee was under the influence of alcohol at the time of his arrest.
Capouch was arrested for misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct and transported to the Pinellas County Jail. He bonded out of jail after posting $650 bond.
Capouch is a Chicago police officer who has been with the department for five years, and this type of behavior from a law enforcement officer disgusts me. Law enforcement is under attack all over the county and doesn’t need this type of coverage.
I hope that Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri made a phone call to Chicago police chief David Brown to discuss the incident and Officer Capouch is severely reprimanded, if not fired, by the department for this buffoonery.
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