Late last week the Hurst Police Department announced that officer Disraeli Arnold, who delivered a flying knee during the arrest 17-year-old Andrew Rodriguez for a trespassing warrant, would be "suspended indefinitely," which the police chief has said basically means "fired." The reason for Arnold' ... More >>
At the beginning of the week, the Tarrant County DA's office announced that it will not be pursuing criminal charges against Hurst police officer Disraeli Arnold for his conduct during the November arrest of 17-year-old Andrew Rodriguez on a four-year-old trespassing warrant. Arnold, you'll recall ... More >>
Back in November, Hurst 17-year-old Andrew Rodriguez was being arrested by Officer M. Jimenez on an outstanding trespassing warrant. Rodriguez was lying on the ground with his hands behind his back when another officer, Disraeli Arnold, decided to assist with the arrest. Arnold did that by taking a ... More >>
Buzz looks back on 2012 before the memories go where they belong: up in smoke.
You'll remember Andrew Rodriguez as the 17-year-old who learned the hard way what Hurst police officer Disraeli Arnold's knee feels like when it strikes the back of one's head. The video of that encounter, and Arnold's expletive-laced threats ("Move and fucking' die."), went viral, embarrassing the ... More >>