Katy ISD Cop Dennis Olivier: Boss, Someone Took The Heroin, Coke, Meth & Weed You Gave Me

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No need to lock your truck or anything.
As a K-9 unit cop for Katy ISD, Dennis Olivier tooled around with a white tackle box full of drugs in his squad car. The department-issued narcotics kit was used to train the dog, so that man and dog could do their part in the war on drugs.

But in a critical tactical error, Olivier reported to his superiors that someone stole the drug kit from his personal pickup truck earlier this month.

Olivier "reported he may have left his personal pickup truck's doors unliocked in front of his home," the Examiner reported Thursday. Olivier told investigators "the driver's side door may have been unlocked. No windows were broken and there was no other sign of forced entry on his truck."

The kit held baggies stuffed with: 6.5 grams of cocaine; 6.6 grams of heroin; 4.2 grams of meth; 36.4 grams of marijuana (in two baggies); and three or four prescription pills. (Olivier also said his cell phone was missing, too).

Katy ISD issued a statement that "Katy ISD police are currently conducting an internal investigation regarding an alleged theft from an employee's vehicle." The police chief "confirmed a burglary was being investigated, but provided no details," according to the paper.

Oh snap! For the 29-year-old Olivier, that "alleged theft" has gotta smart -- it's almost as if his bosses don't believe him! But Hair Balls is a little more understanding -- Lord knows we've absentmindedly left valuables in an unlocked car before. Why just the other week, during a trip to Target, we left a very expensive antique pocketwatch and a crack pipe (handed down by our grandfather) in an Adidas box partially wedged under a dozing black-market snow leopard. Fortunately for us, everything was there when we got back to the car, but we can see how things could've just as easily gone the other way.

But still, we're still not sure why Olivier would've transferred the drug kit from his police car to his pickup in the first place; that's gotta be a tough one to explain. Of course, the article didn't mention anything about who we consider to be the prime suspect: Olivier's drug-sniffing partner. He may have just gotten away with the perfect crime.

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Trent Tillman
Trent Tillman

It never ceases to amaze me. You can automatically tell how the comments under a post are going to go based on the topic at hand. I almost feel like I'm psychic. Yall dont know the facts yet your posting as you do know them. I would be willing to bet that if this was your brother or mother or someone else close to you, you would be defending them. Whoever reported this hearsay jargin in the first place will have somthing to look forward to....The standard that you use to judge others wil be used to judge you. This comment is stated as FACT in the book of life.

Dudley "Booger" Dawson
Dudley "Booger" Dawson

Well looks like the thief got himself a little sampler box he can share with the family.

Cophater02
Cophater02

As someone I admire once said and now for the rest of the story..Dennis Olivier was diagnosed with Chrones disease 18 months ago and has had 12 surgury's and 1 year of remecaid treatment..his canine partner had surgury and had been retired and Dennis was returning his training drugs to the dept in his own vehicle..he gave up bringing his police veichle home when he gave up his canine position..he had to return home to use the facility due to a Chrones attack with his stomach...Hurriedly he auto locked his vehicle with his second set of keys without remembering the veichle had a safety mechanism which would unlock the auto if the keys were inside..I feel it is wrong to sully someones name and reputation without them being able to defend themselves especially without knowing all the facts...Dennis has always done his best to protect the children and citizens of Katy and that is the rest of this story..

No I don't speak Spanish
No I don't speak Spanish

oh can I have my gorgeous glass 4 hitter yellow rose Hookah out of your display case now? Ya'll have had it since 1991, I thought they'd get some use out of it but no there it sits. Now that is abuse.

No I don't speak Spanish
No I don't speak Spanish

Honest captain the shit is just gone.... I have know idea what happened go check for strung out kids at the park.

Kuei
Kuei

I know the facts. Cops are disgusting!

Guest
Guest

I hate people like you who comment on these articles about commentors judging the subjects in the news, yet you sit here and judge the commentors lol so idiotic and hypocritical

Craig Malisow
Craig Malisow

Hi Cophater02 (what a curious name),

Just wanted to say that neither the police nor the school have issued a statement about Officer Olivier's medical condition, because that would be a violation of HIPAA. A person's medical records are private, and unless Officer Olivier wanted to share his information with the media, it would be against the law for us to publish it. I assume you've violated HIPAA law by writing what you did, although in order for that to be the case, what you wrote would have to be true, and there is no way of knowing that without the officer confirming it. (And since you have not provided your real name, nor indicated how you could possibly have access to his medical records, your comment should be approached with skepticism.)

I plan on doing a follow-up to this piece, to let readers know the results of the investigation. I have no way of knowing if any alleged health conditions will be revealed at that point.   

Thanks,Craig Malisow

Andrewcivitello
Andrewcivitello

According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, HIPPA regulations apply only "covered entities" which include heath plans, health care providers and health care clearinghouses. As Cophater02 has difficulty spelling both Crohn's disease and surgery, I suspect he/she is not a health care provider. Although impolite and a voliation of the officer's privacy, the discussion his medical problems by a friend or aquantace is not a HIPPA violation.

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