Saturday, January 26, 2008

Attacked by a cop on a dark road

On the night of July 29, 2007, Dibor Roberts, a Senegalese-born American citizen living in Cottonwood, Arizona, was driving home from her job as a nurse's aide at an assisted living center located in the Village of Oak Creek, an unincorporated community near Sedona. Along Beaverhead Flat Road, an unlit, unpopulated route through the desert, she suddenly saw flashing lights in her rearview mirror. Fearful of stopping on a deserted stretch of pavement, especially in light of reports she'd heard of criminals impersonating police, she decided to proceed to a populated area before stopping the car, the nearest such area being Cornville, an unincorporated settlement along the road to Cottonwood. She slowed her car to acknowledge the flashing lights and continued to drive. Her decision wasn't especially unusual -- in fact, it's recommended by some police departments. The Goodyear, Arizona, Police Department offers the following advice on its Website:

If you are in doubt about the vehicle with flashing red and blue emergency lights that is attempting to stop you, there are several things you can do:

If in an isolated area, continue to a public place that is well lighted. While doing this, obey all traffic laws and do not speed up to get there.

If you have a cellular phone, and can use it safely, call the police and let them know that an unmarked vehicle is attempting to stop you.

On Cornville Road, well before the populated area, Sheriff's Sergeant Jeff Newnum apparently tired of waiting for Roberts to reach a settled area. While he was, in fact, a police officer, he now proceeded to justify every fear an American may have about rogue cops. He raced his cruiser in front of Roberts's car, forcing her off the road. He then smashed her driver's-side window with his baton and grabbed a cellphone she was using to check his identity. Accounts vary at this point. While police deny it, the press has reported that Newnum dragged Roberts from her vehicle, threw her to the ground, and handcuffed her while driving his knee into her back.

All of this because she was going 15 miles over the speed limit on a deserted rural road.

Roberts's treatment has been, unsurprisingly, controversial in Arizona's Verde Valley. In a sparsely settled area not known for protests of any kind, 30 supporters showed up at her December 31, 2007 scheduling conference in Judge Janis Sterling's courtroom in Prescott, the county seat. This was the second such hearing, since all charges against Roberts had previously been dropped on November 2, 2007.

Roberts faces two felonies charges: unlawful flight from a law officer and resisting arrest. Resisting arrest? Well, Sergeant Newnum apparently injured himself while breaking into Roberts's car.

But Sergeant Newnum doesn't stand alone. Yavapai County Sheriff Steve Waugh may be many things, but disloyal to his troops isn't one of them. Amidst mounting protests and public outrage, Waugh held a press conference on January 15 to defend his hot-headed officer's abuse of a scared woman on a lonely road. He voiced his full support for Newnum, faulting the sergeant only for cutting off Roberts to force her to the side of the road. Waugh also implied that Roberts was chemically impaired -- the first time such an allegation has surfaced long months after she was taken into custody, and one that has never surfaced in the form of formal charges.

In other words, smashing Roberts's car window and dragging her out of a vehicle because he was impatient is A-OK by the good sheriff.

Dibor Roberts now faces felony convictions and prison time all because she was scared by an unexpected confrontation on a dark and deserted road. As it turned out, she had more reason to be afraid than she knew.

Sergeant Newnum is still roaming the roads of Yavapai County, comfortable in the knowledge that he can abuse innocent people and still enjoy the support of Sheriff Steve Waugh.

And the people of Yavapai County? Well, we're all well-advised to approach any encounter with a Sheriff's deputy with the idea that we'll have to fight in self-defense. Sometimes, vicious thugs don't impersonate police officers -- they are police officers.

Sheriff Steve Waugh can be reached at:

phone: (928) 771-3260

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Anonymous jd said...

Hi, I just want to take the time to say thanks for bringing this to our attention. I read your blog from time to time (when it's not buried in all the other feeds) and I really appreciate your viewpoints (even though I don't always agree) and how you present them in a logical manner. I live in Phoenix and it's nice to see someone bring to light local issues but put them into a wider context. Keep up the great job! John

January 26, 2008 10:41 PM  
Blogger J.D. Tuccille said...


Thanks! I can't ask that everybody agree with everything I say (it would be a little strange if folks did). But I'm happy you find my blog worthwhile to read. I'll keep digging at local stories as they catch my attention.

January 27, 2008 7:23 AM  
Anonymous John Reading said...

The American people have, for decades, consistently voted for and passively accepted a police state.

Now they have it. What's the problem?

January 29, 2008 10:09 AM  
Anonymous Tax Slave said...

Rope, tree, some assembly required.

January 29, 2008 10:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's getting to the point where speeding is about as ill-advised as walking through a bad part of a big city at night. For the same reasons.

I used to think if I ever saw a cop who needed assistance, I would lend a hand. Any more, I think I will just cheer the fellow who has taken him down. Or just drive away. You no longer can make any assumptions which one is the real criminal.

Funny thing is, it may actually not be as bad is it used to be. These stories never got much publicity in the old days, but today we have the Internet. Given the enhanced publicity, it seems truly insane for police agencies to continue to protect the real nasties in their employ.

January 29, 2008 11:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The job attracts the psycho. At this point, I no longer trust anyone's motive for becoming a cop. That's not to besmirch the older cops that have seen the rise of the police state, but I have serious doubts about many of these lunkheads I see that have the alarming swagger of the commissar's helper.

January 29, 2008 11:28 AM  
Blogger Claudia said...

Just wanted to thank you for the info on this. I read the small blip in the news but didn't know what the outcome was. Felony charges, what a lot of bs. Is she getting any legal help with this? I'm a female and unfortunately work evenings and drive home late at night and this has always been my greatest fear. I fear our police state far more then any foreign terrorist that's for sure. Bookmarked your blog, thanks.

January 29, 2008 11:54 AM  
Blogger Shane said...

"John Reading said...

The American people have, for decades, consistently voted for and passively accepted a police state.

Now they have it. What's the problem?"

For most people there isn't a problem. As long as it isn't happening to them or someone they care about, they don't pay it any attention. After all we have to stop the terrorists. I mean haven't you heard about September 11th?

We can't afford to have freedom anymore, because, well haven't you heard about September 11th?

We can't have privacy anymore, because, haven't you heard about September 11th?

January 29, 2008 12:16 PM  
Blogger Evilpaul said...

The only thing surprising about this, unfortunately, is that the poor woman wasn't brought up on additional charges.

It'll be interesting to know how badly the officier perjures himself in the courtroom about the attack.

January 29, 2008 12:37 PM  
Blogger PongGod said...

So what's all this talk I keep hearing about the coming police state? It's already here, folks!

January 29, 2008 12:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

She needs to get a good lawyer and sue the county for eight figures. I can't believe, with what's written here, that there aren't 1000 attorneys already lined up to take the case.

January 29, 2008 1:15 PM  
Anonymous Uncle Bob said...

Also since the camera in the police cruiser faces forward it will be her word against his....

January 29, 2008 1:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The problem is that juries tend to side with the police, believing everything they see in the movies; they think anyone who is a victim of police attack "must have done something to deserve it."
Anyone who accidentally forgets to bring their license and gets stopped, knows how they treat you like a criminal in full public view, and how neither the city, lawers, press etc. give a damn.
Hell, if they government can use torture on mere suspects then this has GOT to transfer more carte blanche to the cops.

January 29, 2008 1:20 PM  
Anonymous Steve said...

Most cities/counties still have elected sheriffs. If this is one, then the solution is simple for the people:

Replace the sheriff at the next election with someone willing to deal with Neunum and send a message that this won't be tolerated.

January 29, 2008 1:52 PM  
Anonymous Jen said...

THIS IS PRECISELY why Sheriffs are elected to office. They are accountable to the people. All the people should make sure to unelect such an unaccountable man to office ever again, for anything. YOU hold the power, remind him of that!

January 29, 2008 1:52 PM  
Anonymous Republicae said...

This is a horrendous example of the breach of contract the People of this country are suffering under the expansion of police authority. While some would say this is an isolated incident I fear that it is all too common and only vastly unreported.

We have gone from a nation where the politicians, police and government employees were intent on serving the public good to a point where the public serve the will of authority. We are being asked to submit to a type of "freedom" contingent upon our passive compliance and more than a few in this country are willing to comply.

January 29, 2008 2:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

From the facts given I don't you can tell that this is such a clear cut case of police brutality. You can't just refuse to pull over for miles and miles. Was the police car unmarked? What are the odds of a fake cop car out in the middle of nowhere? Do we know anything about the demeanor or behavior of the woman? The comments here reflect the bias of the audience which is predisposed to believe anything negative about police or soldiers.

If this is a police state then police states ain't such a big deal.

January 29, 2008 2:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks like they've taken a lesson from Sheriff Joe up there in Yavapai. Too bad. Vote 'em all out.

January 29, 2008 2:50 PM  
Anonymous MakesMeSick said...

well numnutz let's have a go shall we?

Was the police car unmarked? she wasn't sure and was afraid for her well-being.

What are the odds of a fake cop car out in the middle of nowhere?
Much greater than a fake cop in the middle of a busy well-lit area.

Do we know anything about the demeanor or behavior of the woman? She was afraid for her well being. That is why she was driving to a safe well-lit area and was on the phone. She was scared and acted as such.

You are the type that is most dangerous-pandering, non-thinking, subjects of the police state.

I implore you wo wake up or at least ask yourself "Waht if this were my mother?"

January 29, 2008 3:42 PM  
Anonymous Michael said...

"From the facts given I don't you can tell that this is such a clear cut case of police brutality. You can't just refuse to pull over for miles and miles."

#######Puhleeeeeeze! If it is a deserted area I certainly can, just as many police departments advise.

But let me see if I get this right. If I am a short way from a settled area then I can drive on in. If I am a long way from a settled area I just have to take my chances and hope it is not someone other than a cop who harbors me ill will.


"Was the police car unmarked? What are the odds of a fake cop car out in the middle of nowhere?"

I don't know. Apparently you are silly enough to test those odds.

"Do we know anything about the demeanor or behavior of the woman?"

You mean after he ran her off the road and smashed in her window with his baton? Which she probably kept up out of fear for her life. Oh wait, lets see, you just ran me off the road so let me roll down my window for you.


"The comments here reflect the bias of the audience which is predisposed to believe anything negative about police or soldiers."

Your comments reflect the predisposed silliness of folks like yourself who just don't get it and have swallowed the argument, hook, line and sinker, "we are the gov't and we are here to protect you."

"If this is a police state then police states ain't such a big deal."

Well there you have it folks. No comment necessary.

January 29, 2008 4:01 PM  
Anonymous kbp said...

Anonymous January 29, 2008 1:15 PM said...
"She needs to get a good lawyer and sue the county for eight figures. I can't believe, with what's written here, that there aren't 1000 attorneys already lined up to take the case."

It would be a much tougher case than you evidently envision. This remark is coming from one that would not trust many law enforcement officers or prosecutors.

January 29, 2008 4:04 PM  
Anonymous kbp said...

Some interesting links & notes (copy & paste the links)

Case Details of the first case. Quite extensive really. I can't believe a grand jury was involved, unless that is standard AZ practice. Maybe the prosecutor(s) did not want any responsibility for the charges then!

Case Details of present case. Looks to need an update if the Aggravated Assault charge was dropped.

This case needs more local media coverage. The protesters need to go after the prosecutor. There was a favor being done for the sheriff and his crew when this case was transferred to Verde Valley Justice.

From the sheriff's office;
Code of Ethics
All representatives of this agency shall abide by the following Code of Ethics:

AS A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, my fundamental duty is to serve mankind; to safeguard lives and property; to protect the innocent against deception, the weak against oppression or intimidation, and the peaceful against violence or disorder; and to respect the Constitutional rights of all men to liberty, equality, and justice.

I WILL keep my private life unsullied as an example to all; remain courageously calm in the face of danger, scorn or ridicule; develop self-restraint; and be constantly mindful of the welfare of others. Honest in thought and deed in both my personal and official life, I will be exemplary in obeying the laws of the land and the regulations of my agency. Whatever I see or hear of a confidential nature or that is confided to me in my official capacity will be kept ever secret unless revelation is necessary in the performance of my duty.

I WILL never act officiously or permit my personal feeling, prejudices, animosities or friendships to influence my decisions. With no compromise for crime and with relentless prosecution of criminals, I will enforce the law courteously and appropriately without fear or favor, malice or ill will, never employing unnecessary force or violence and never accepting gratuities.

I RECOGNIZE the badge of my office as a symbol of public faith, and will accept it as a public trust to be held so long as I am true to the ethics of the police service. I will constantly strive to achieve these objectives and ideals, dedicating myself to my chosen enforcement.

I WILL, as a representative of the agency, conduct myself in a manner which will not bring discredit to the agency. I shall obey the laws of the United States, the State of Arizona, County ordinances and local laws. I shall regulate my personal affairs which will not bring justified unfavorable criticism from my neighbors or other citizens or be involved personally in disturbances or incidents that could discredit the agency. I will realize that I am obligated to hold the public trust by striving to act in a professional manner. I understand I must remain constantly vigilant and aware that I am under the constant observation by the public. For this reason, it is essential that I strive to present myself in a professional manner whether on or off duty.

Mission Statement

Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is committed to the prevention of crime; the protection of life and property; the preservation of peace, order, and safety; the enforcement of laws and ordinances; and the safeguarding of constitutional guarantees.

Service to Our Communities
We are dedicated to enhancing public safety and reducing the fear and the incidence of crime. With customer service as our foundation, we will work in partnership with the people in our communities and do our best, within the law, to solve community problems that effect public safety. We value the great diversity of people in our communities and serve all equally.

Reverence for the Law
We have been given the honor and privilege of enforcing the law. We must always exercise integrity in the use of the power and authority that has been given to us by the people. Our personal and professional behavior should be a model for all to follow. We will obey and support the letter and spirit of the law.

Commitment to Leadership
Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is committed to the principles of servant leadership in law enforcement. We believe that each individual needs to be a leader in his or her area of responsibility. Making sure that our values become part of our day-to-day work life is our mandate. We must each work to ensure that our employees and our communities have the highest respect for the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office.

Integrity in All We Say and Do
Integrity is our standard. We are proud of our profession and will conduct ourselves in a manner that merits the respect of all people. We will demonstrate honest, ethical behavior in all our interactions. We must have the courage to stand up for our beliefs and do what is right. Our actions will instill public trust and a sense and feeling of protection and safety of each individual person of Yavapai County.

There are quite a few details they've overlooked in the ethics and mission notes!

January 29, 2008 5:03 PM  
Anonymous Jeff Riggenbach said...

Some anonymous ignoramus wrote:

“The comments here reflect the bias of the audience which is predisposed to believe anything negative about police or soldiers.”

Yes. I'm sure they have that bias because of pieces Lew has written - the one in which he took the side of the police in the Rodney King beating, for example. I'm sure that's it. Uh huh.


January 29, 2008 5:57 PM  
Blogger J.D. Tuccille said...

What are the odds of a fake cop car out in the middle of nowhere? Pretty small -- unless you're a 21-year-old Kenosha woman attacked by the driver of a car with police lights along Highway 20. It happens often enough to fuel legitimate fears.

Some women with such fears confronted Sheriff Waugh at his press conference, demanding his advice as to what to do under the circumstances faced by Dibor Roberts. He advised them to ... well ... proceed to a well-lit, populated area while following all traffic laws and signaling to the officer that they acknowledged his/her presence. He also cautioned that, in parts of Yavapai County, they might have to drive "25 to 75 miles between well-lighted areas" -- so the less-than six miles traversed by Roberts between her initial encounter with Sergeant Neunum and the confrontation on Cornville Road wouldn't seem to be an issue.

January 29, 2008 6:11 PM  
Anonymous JC said...

So says YOU. Sounds like an injustice, but this is, at best, a very slanted version of the story.

Thanks for the tip though. Now I can go look up what REALLY happened

January 29, 2008 7:22 PM  
Anonymous Wendy Weinbaum said...

As a Jewess in the US, I recall that America wasn't won with a registered gun! Let's all put our 2nd Amendment FIRST!! And remember, criminals are stopped not by talk, but by FIREARMS.

January 30, 2008 10:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just called the sheriff's office there in Arizona, and you what? They don't care what you think. Arizona is plenty happy with their police state, thank you, and nothing is going to change.

As a Californian, I'm appalled.

January 31, 2008 12:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As a "Californian" I'm sure the irony of your statement fails you, Picked up a newspaper lately?

February 5, 2008 7:54 PM  
Anonymous stevieboy said...

Fuck the Arizona pigs! They are all a bunch of fucking hillbilly assholes! If any of you fucking az faggot cops out there read this suck a fucking dick especially that homo sheriff Steve Waugh and his sidekick hillbilly who broke an innocent little womans window and pushed her to the ground. That is excessive force if I ever heard it. To all the Yavapai County sherriffs Dept. Eat A Dick! I'm smoking a big fat bowl right now! If any of you would like to reply to my hatred of these piece of shit cops out here you can reach me at Peace

February 8, 2008 10:36 PM  
Anonymous oth said...

Just to let you know your article is being discussed at:

February 9, 2008 3:21 PM  
Blogger Samsara said...

Oth - my friend - glad to see you're on top o' things. :-)

j.d. tuccille - i appreciate your bringing this to attention. the police in EVERY state of this U.S.A. need to know they WILL be scrutinized.

I saw someone else's comment that said no one cares what whoever thinks. Well. This is usually the case when one entity feels it has all the power. This is not a quality to be admired; further proof of their ignorance.

Perhaps they *will* begin to care when every little act of theirs becomes scrutinized under a microscope. For every ignorant power-tripping ego that "doesn't care," there is a supervisor or an overseer of their power who does.

February 10, 2008 11:46 AM  
Blogger teacher said...

I am deeply upset about the events that left an innocent woman at the hands of a desert bully. Now days we have to fear the criminals and the cops.

As for this rogue cop. No sin go unpunished by god. God forgives, thoses that ask. He will be judged for his good and bad deeds.

My thoughts and prayers go out to to this women. I wish you the best of luck and winning your case.

For the right wing Stalinist pigs that thing this bully had the right to terrorize an innocent woman. I have one anwser----When the revolution comes----full metal jacket.

February 10, 2008 5:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've never committed a crime, and I don't behave or look like a thug, but I've been harassed and threatened by cops several times over the past thirty-five years or so. I've needed help from them, too, a few times but have never received it in a timely or useful manner.

I sincerely believe that many people are attracted to police work because they are overbearing, abusive thugs, and being a cop gives them a license (and weaponry) to bully helpless people and get away with it.

This story is a perfect example.

I doubt this poor woman is going to receive any kind of apology or restitution, but I hope that at least she will be cleared of any charges. With any luck this stupid s.o.b. cop will be taken out by a real criminal one of these days so innocent citizens won't have to worry about being attacked by him any more.

February 19, 2008 2:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

*Some within Law Enforcement see their Badge as just a Way to Get Away with Unlawful acts in Defense of what they do on the Job. *Only Problem - "GOD" also see's what we do and He will have the FINAL WORD. *JUDGEMENT DAY-HEBREWS 9-27.

May 26, 2008 1:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's a shame so many of you feel this way. I happen to know the Sgt. and you couldn't meet a nicer guy. All of the good he has done, and all of the people he has helped over the years goes right out the window over one incident I guess.

It's funny how we like to take one side of a story and persecute based on it. Are there bad cops out there, yes. There's also bad people involved in every profession, and from every walk of life. This guy isn't one of them.

I can't describe to you how hurt he is over this incident, and even asked the prosecutor to just drop the case.

There were only two people there that night. Each had their own perspective of what was taking place. Each reacted according to their perception.

She was removed from the vehicle after running over his foot with her car. She was not beaten, punched, kicked, sprayed with pepper spray or "Tased". There isn't even that allegation.

It is not my intention to say anything inflammatory, or engage in a war of words with a group of people who obviously don't like law enforcement. I just felt that some things needed to be pointed out here, and I can only hope that there are some here who are open minded enough to hear them.

May 26, 2008 2:11 PM  
Blogger Bailiff said...

Why is it when a white cop is involved with a black civilian so many so-called "intelligent" people assume it is because of her race and/or gender?
When Sgt Newnum pulled up behind her on a dark road, how could he tell who or what she was?
Also, there was an EYEWITNESS to the traffic stop who said the Sgt did NOT throw her to the ground and put a knee in her back.
Before you criticize law enforcement, I suggest you shut your mouth and wear the badge and uniform of a cop and do their job for one week!
Monday morning quarterbacks always have the answers. Unless you know what its like, keep your stupid mouths SHUT! Have a nice day.

September 3, 2008 11:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

no, bailiff - unless you are a woman of any race, unless you are a woman - you keep your f***ing mouth shut!!!! how DARE you say this has nothing to do with gender?!!???!!! only a person who lives the life of male privilege could have such freaking nerve!
and, before you f***ing criticize ANY woman, regardless of whether or not she was breaking a freaking TRAFFIC law, i suggest you live as a woman in a world of rape, sexual assault, domestic violence, etc. for a week!!!
how frustrating this thread is so old...i can't believe that NOT ONE PERSON, in response to the ignorant male privilege question of how she couldn't tell it was a cop car, responded with the FULL answer. i read the responses regarding how on a dark road you can't really tell that it's a real cop car. but, i think that's not even the appropriate answer. the appropriate answer is this: craig peyer. just one example of a real, actual member of law enforcement (CHP) who used his position to commit a crime against a lone female pulled over at night.
and more time...just because i burn with a hatred profound for privileged males such as yourself who i believe would defend just about any male, regardless of his crime, so far as that male is an authority figure (and yes...i did pick that up from your comment. your ilk is so easy to spot)...F**K YOU, YOU PIECE OF SHEOPLE CRAP. and, as this USUALLY works with the likes of your never-question-authority-even-when-they-break-the-law types, think of it this way: how would you feel if your mom was driving down a dark highway late at night, a cop tried to pull her over, she attempted to do the right thing for a woman alone and drive somewhere she felt safer, and the cop forced her off the road...etc. etc.???
it's called empathy, a**hole...oops, i mean, bailiff. i know it might make a "real" man like you uncomfortable to attempt to put yourself in the shoes of a female, but trust me, it won't turn you "teh gay".
not anonymous:
betty brown
a woman who has every f***ing right to drive to where she feels safer, no matter who the f**k in "authority" thinks they should be pulling her over.

November 15, 2008 4:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

then officers want you to feel sorry for them when they been shot or injured chances are they had it coming All officers are people who have been picked on in school and then get a badge and a gun and think they are somebody, they can all go fuck themselves

December 20, 2008 4:20 PM  
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