'It' factor: California cops pose for viral photo inspired by horror film

FOX News

Move over Gainesville "hot cops" – these California police officers are getting the laughs, likes and shares for their parody photo of Stephen King's "It." The Lincoln Police Department posted a photo on Friday showing four officers doing their rendition of the horror movie that hit theaters last week. The officers are seen following a line of doughnuts leading to a sewer grate with a red balloon tied to it. "OK, Gainesville had the "hot cops" and Loudon had the "cop on a bucket" so the Lincoln (CA) Police Department decided to join the fun," the department wrote in the photo's caption. "Clown – 'Hey guys, I have donuts down here!'"

So, that viral 'hot cop' seems to have a soft spot for anti-Semitic jokes


I don't know how many times I need to tell you all: the only cop you can ever fully trust is Detective Olivia Benson. A photo of the cop with two of his fellow attractive cop buddies went around a lot during Hurricane Irma, so much that the department had to request the people stop calling 911 and requesting that the cops respond to their "incident." Now Hammill is under investigation for a series of unapologetically anti-Semitic Facebook posts. "So I find it funny that people will talk about how our government needs to do something about our economy and in reality its YOU who needs to stop taking advantage of our system and get a life and so something with your life. Gotta love reality when it hits you in the face.


International Business Times

An officer with the Gainesville Police Department (GPD), Florida, accused of making anti-Semitic Facebook posts and having a physical relationship with a woman while on duty, resigned from his post on Dec. 6. Michael Hamill was under suspension since September. The decision came just when the Internal Affairs department was to interview him regarding the allegations. Born as Michael Gordon Hamill, the officer joined the GPD in 2016. He got married in March.

No. 23 Tennessee, No. 24 Florida to Play as Scheduled

U.S. News

FILE - In this Sept. 21, 2013, file photo, then-Florida running back Mack Brown (33) runs a 3-yard touchdown past Tennessee defensive back Justin Coleman (27) during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Gainesville, Fla. After inspecting the stadium, meeting with campus and city officials, and assessing available resources, Florida decided its Southeastern Conference opener against Tennessee would be played as scheduled. The SEC announced Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017, that the league opener between the No. 23 Volunteers (2-0) and the 24th-ranked Gators (0-1) will remain a 3:30 p.m. kickoff at Florida Field on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017, keeping the game intact less than a week after Hurricane Irma devastated parts of the Sunshine State.