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Homeland Security Officer Charged with Kicking Cuffed Suspect in Head

Surveillance of incident.

Surveillance of incident.

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

A Homeland Security officer has been indicted on charges of kicking a handcuffed man in the head outside of a federal building in Pomona, Calif.

Jason Rouswell, 45, is accused of violating the civil rights of the handcuffed suspect during an October 2016 incident, the Los Angeles Times reports, citing the U.S. attorney’s office in Los Angeles. 

Rouswell, who is an inspector with the Federal Protective Services, is accused of kicking a man who was lying face down in the street after he was detained and shackled outside the Social Security Administration building.

According to a video of the assault, the suspect appeared to be cooperating with authorities.

Rouswell is expected to turn himself in on Wednesday. He faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.

TSA Inspector Helps Save Drive from Car Before It Bust into Flames in Michigan

tsa_logoBy Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

A TSA inspector was driving by an accident scene when she spotted a car leaking gasoline.

Amy Jishi made the discovery while leaving work at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Fox2 reports. 

As the car began to burn, Jishi realized the driver was stuck in the car and couldn’t open the car. Before the car bust into flames, Jishi finally was able to help the driver escape the car.

“It never expected to see something like that,” Jishi said. “But when I saw the accident the only thought that went through my mind was to help them.”

The TSA expressed pride.

“We are all proud of Amy’s quick decision making and selfless actions,” said TSA Federal Security Director Steve Lorincz. “She represents the type of dedication and service that TSA strives to deliver.”

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Aaron Ford to Head Up FBI’s Memphis Division

Aaron Ford/fbi photo

 By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Aaron T. Ford, an inspector at FBI headquarters, who has a law degree from Rutgers, has been named special agent in charge of the FBI’s Memphis Division.

As inspector, he oversaw field office and headquaters inspections, shooting incident review teams, audits, and special inquiries.

Ford began his career with the FBI in August 1985 and was first assigned to the St. Louis Division, where he worked violent crime and organized crime matters. He was also a SWAT team member.

In June 1989, he moved east to the Newark Division where he served as a team leader on the SWAT team. In August of that year, he was promoted to supervisory special agent on a drug squad.

Two years later, in January 2000, he became a supervisor for the public corruption/civil rights squad. In August 2005, he was assigned as supervisory special resident agent of the Red Bank , N.J. Resident Agency.

He returned to the mothership at headquarters in February 2006, as a team leader in the Inspection Division.

The following year, he returned to Newark as an assistant special agent in charge.