Wednesday, February 08, 2017

Hey Sarasota Herald Tribune Reporter Tom Lyons You Were 100% Wrong About Arrest of Deputy Frankie Bybee It Was Not Political Bybee is a Bad Guy



Hey Sarasota Herald Tribune Reporter Tom Lyons You Were 100% Wrong About Arrest of Deputy Frankie Bybee It Was Not Political Bybee is a Bad Guy. Information gathered during the ongoing criminal investigation revealed that an email containing suicidal implications was delivered to the victim's primary care doctor from the victim's email address as if it came from her, on December 28, 2016. When medical staff received the email, they alerted law enforcement who responded to the victim's home and initiated an involuntary commitment for evaluation. The victim later told detectives she never authored the email and upon forensic analysis, detectives learned that the email originated from an IP address assigned to Bybee's residence in Manatee County. Further investigation into the victim's financial records revealed that Bybee made at least 12 other unauthorized withdrawals from her bank account using the victim's credit/debit card at local convenience, grocery and drug stores throughout Sarasota and Manatee counties, see video surveillance above. On January 23, 2017, detectives arrested Bybee and charged him with Attempted Murder, Battery on a Victim 65 Years of Older, Burglary of an Occupied Dwelling, Exploitation of the Elderly, two counts of Grand Theft, Forgery and misdemeanor Petit Theft.
Sarasota's The Good the Bad and the Ugly, Lyons wrote: It can seem so right when a sheriff goes out of his way to speak harshly about a cop gone bad. Sarasota County Sheriff Tom Knight certainly did that when he told a press conference crowd that one of his deputies has disgraced his agency. Knight said the deputy took advantage of a 79-year-old mentally disturbed woman by seeming to help her, then cajoled her out of money, and then tried to kill her and make it look like suicide. Such a stunningly bizarre case could totally explain Knight's omission of the usual careful presentation about investigators still looking into the matter, as might have been expected when the sheriff announced the arrest of Deputy Frankie Bybee. But the more I learn, so far, the more I am curious to know what evidence made Knight go for this charge, hook, line and gunbelt. The victim is the only witness to the alleged assault at her home, and she is an emotionally disturbed woman who has been Baker acted multiple times. If we assume she wrote the many texts sent to Bybee in the weeks leading up to that alleged assault, I don't see how anyone would solidly believe any bad word she said about Bybee. Basing a criminal case on her word would be absurd, some of her neighbors agree. 

"Bring in the Clowns". Some report bizarre, angry and manipulative behavior from her. When a neighbor reported the 79-year-old woman's car was running in her garage and deputies found her in the house, she soon told investigators that Bybee came there, attacked her and made her take a pill. She said she passed out and woke up with her car running in the garage spewing fumes into her house through an open door. Knight apparently sees no cause to doubt it. But the evidence, then, must be far stronger than what he mentioned at the press conference, though he presented another allegedly damning fact: Bybee had refused to answer investigators' questions. What cop would do that except a guilty one, Knight asked? So, yes, he clammed up when he was put in handcuffs. Why not? Bybee already suspected that Knight had him on the bad-employee because of a lawsuit Bybee had filed against Knight. It's still pending, and is about Bybee's claim that Knight had tried to pressure and punish him into dropping a lawsuit against a recreational vehicle dealership, at the urging of a political supporter (what the hell?). Sheriff Tom Knight is a Republican Herald Tribune reporter Tom Lyons is a far left liberal Democrat, "nuff said"
 
ADDITIONAL CHARGES: Former Employee Faces New Felony Charges See video. News Release #: 17-034...The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office charged Frankie Eugene Bybee Monday evening in connection with the ongoing investigation into allegations of Bybee's harassment and exploitation of a 79-year-old Sarasota woman. Bybee's actions were first called into question on December 20, 2016, after the elderly victim disclosed to deputies that she was being harassed and taken advantage of by Bybee, who was employed as a deputy at the time. On January 23, 2017, detectives arrested Bybee and charged him with Attempted Murder, Battery on a Victim 65 Years of Older, Burglary of an Occupied Dwelling, Exploitation of the Elderly, two counts of Grand Theft, Forgery and misdemeanor Petit Theft. On January 30, an Internal Affairs (IA) investigation was launched to further address Bybee's inappropriate conduct both on- and off-duty. On January 31, Bybee was officially terminated from the sheriff's office. His arrest and employment status were shared with the public as a means to identify other potential victims. Information gathered during the ongoing criminal investigation revealed that an email containing suicidal implications was delivered to the victim's primary care doctor from the victim's email address as if it came from her, on December 28, 2016. When medical staff received the email, they alerted law enforcement who responded to the victim's home and initiated an involuntary commitment for evaluation. The victim later told detectives she never authored the email and upon forensic analysis, detectives learned that the email originated from an IP address assigned to Bybee's residence in Manatee County. As such, detectives determined that Bybee wrote the email which ultimately led to the victim's wrongful involuntary commitment to a treatment facility. As the criminal investigation continued, on January 27, 2017, investigators were contacted by a woman who indicated she and Bybee engaged in an illicit sexual relationship over the course of several years. The IA investigation began on January 30, 2017, and revealed that Bybee maintained a relationship with the woman and accepted more than $100,000 for performing sexual acts. At the conclusion of the IA investigation, Bybee's actions were found to be in violation of the following disciplinary standards set by the sheriff's office; Conduct Unbecoming, Conformance with Laws and Moral Character. On January 30, 2017, detectives were contacted by an online business owner out of Kentucky who sold a CR-3000 car rotisserie and accessory brackets to Bybee on December 19, 2016. Investigation revealed that Bybee used the victim's name, email address, PayPal account, and without her authorization, charged $1,080 to the victim's credit card. Detectives executed a search warrant on Bybee's home on January 31, where they seized the fraudulently purchased rotisserie and accessory brackets and collected both as evidence. Further investigation into the victim's financial records revealed that Bybee made at least 12 other unauthorized withdrawals from her bank account using the victim's credit/debit card at local convenience, grocery and drug stores throughout Sarasota and Manatee counties, in November and December 2016. When detectives questioned Bybee, he denied having access to the victim's finances. Video surveillance obtained from several of the stores shows Bybee enter the business, approach the ATM, and exit with $400 cash in hand. A few of the videos have been added to the sheriff's office YouTube channel and are view able at YouTube.com/SarasotaSheriff. On February 7, during a bond hearing, a judge reduced Bybee's bond from $1,030,000 to $365,620 based on charges from his January 23rd arrest. At a first appearance later that day to address 10 counts of Criminal Use of Personal Identification and a single count of Accessing a Computer or Electronic Device without Authority, the judge set Bybee's bond at $5,500. The investigation remains open and ongoing with additional charges pending.




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