Two police chiefs — Martins Ferry Police Chief Barry Carpenter and Bridgeport Chief Chad Dojack — have reportedly been arrested and booked in a case involving actors Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker — and the surrogate mother who recently gave birth to their twin girls. The police chiefs are accused of illegally breaking into the home of the 26-year-old Michelle Ross to obtain information to be sold to a tabloid.
According to news reports, the two police chiefs allegedly hoped to obtain personal details and materials to be sold to a tabloid reporter who was staying nearby. The chiefs insists that they did nothing wrong, and one has claimed that he went into the house when he saw the door open (and wanted to be sure the occupants were safe). Carpenter has been more public in his defense says that he is “100% innocent.” He has also been quoted as saying that it was “a joke” gone bad, here.
10 thoughts on “Two Police Chiefs Charged in Burglary of the Home of the Surrogate Mother of the Twins of Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick”
I was if they could have been arrested for Public Intoxication.
Gyges “Mike, I sometimes think that the Bread part is unnecessary.”
And I’d consider limiting the water intake too.
can’t we just fire all the cops in the country and start over?
“the choice between pushing a button (or pulling a rope or something like that) that provided food or pushing one that rewarded them with a glimpse of the Alpha of their tribe, food wasn’t their first choice.”
Never heard of that study, it’s chilling. The results are equally fascinating and repulsive. Its’ suggestion for the human race can bring terror if pondered upon for too long.
Actually I was thinking of a study done with Chimps, when offered the choice between pushing a button (or pulling a rope or something like that) that provided food or pushing one that rewarded them with a glimpse of the Alpha of their tribe, food wasn’t their first choice.
Actually you’re right because we don’t live in a society that thinks there’s any obligation to feed people.
I sometimes think that the Bread part is unnecessary.
First the taser craze,now B&Es.What is the world coming to?
Is there a role reversal syndrome going on,after you have been on the force over a period of time?
“Money, its a crime.
Share it fairly but don’t take a slice of my pie.
Money, so they say
Is the root of all evil today.
But if you ask for a raise its no surprise that they’re
Giving none away.”
(Money, Pink Floyd).
We have become such a celebrity obsessed society that this information is considered to be salable. It’s a sad commentary that harks back to the Roman’s Bread and Circuses.
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