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Victoria King

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Cop Block

9330 W. Lake Mead Blvd Suite 200

Las Vegas, Nevada,89134

United States

Company Description

Cop Block is an Organization that uses the world wide web, video equipment and other techniques to hold law enforcers accountable. Our goal is to highlight wrong doings, by police, while encouraging others to the same. We hope you like our work. ...more

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Employment History

Voice123 LLC


Director

Youth Ministries


Member, Staff

United Church of Fayetteville


Student

University of Central Florida


Affiliations

Pebble Hill Presbyterian Church

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Education

M.S. Ed degree

SUNY Oswego


undergraduate degrees

Onondaga Community College


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UCF college student Victoria King
UCF college student Victoria King Archives - Cop Block Browsing the "UCF college student Victoria King" Tag → On September 4, 2013, University of Central Florida (UCF) college student Victoria King was pulled over by UCFPD Officer Timothy Isaacs for a minor traffic offense...


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Officer Timothy Isaacs, who was recording the incident with his body camera, pulled over UCF student, Victoria King, for driving her 1996 Mercury for only having one working brake light on September 4.
King also asked her for a registration, but the woman told him she didn't have one because it wasn't her car. Continue reading "Did Police Officer Overact in Window Shattering Incident or Is the Student on the Wrong Here?" Author adminPosted on September 22, 2013 Categories New CarsTags Acco, Blatant Disregard, Campus Police Officer, Central Florida, Citation, Defendant, Isaacs, Left Hand, Mercury, Multiple Times, Notch, Overact, Police Abuse, Police Department, Routine Traffic, Ucf Campus, University Of Central Florida, Victoria King, Woman Abuse, Young WomanLeave a comment on Did Police Officer Overact in Window Shattering Incident or Is the Student on the Wrong Here?


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Victoria King, the former UCF student who refused to roll down her window during a traffic stop, was found guilty of battery and resisting arrest without violence. (Video by FOX35)
Victoria King, the former UCF student who refused to roll down her window during a traffic stop, was found guilty of battery and resisting arrest without violence. (Video by FOX35) Victoria King, the former University of Central Florida student who refused to roll down her window during a traffic stop on campus last year, was found guilty Friday of battery and resisting arrest without violence. King will be sentenced on Sept. 26. King declined comment after the verdict, but her attorney Roger Weeden said he was disappointed. "I think on the campus, police should be looking out for students," he said. "Ms. King had some health issues and rather than being concerned about that, he was concerned about his control of the scenario." On Sept. 4, 2013, King, 27, rolled up her car window as Isaacs grabbed the window with one hand and reached inside with the other. But King refused. On Thursday, Assistant State Attorney Jamie McManus argued that King was legally obligated to open her window, and that Isaacs was injured when the glass shattered.


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Roger Weeden, the defense attorney for Victoria King, talks about her sentencing Sept. 26, 2014.
King refused to roll down her window during a traffic stop at the University of Central Florida last year, leading to her arrest. Roger Weeden, the defense attorney for Victoria King, talks about her sentencing Sept. 26, 2014. King refused to roll down her window during a traffic stop at the University of Central Florida last year, leading to her arrest. Victoria King sentenced to 360 days of probation for confrontation with UCF campus police When Victoria King wouldn't roll down her window for an officer, he smashed it. She was sentenced Friday Judge says ex-UCF student caused traffic stop to be dangerous, sentences her to 360 days of probation Victoria King, the former University of Central Florida student who refused to roll down her window during a traffic stop on campus last year, was sentenced to probation and community service Friday. She was found guilty of battery and resisting arrest without violence by a six-member jury earlier this month. Woman found guilty in window-smashing incident Woman found guilty in window-smashing incident Victoria King, the former UCF student who refused to roll down her window during a traffic stop, was found guilty of battery and resisting arrest without violence. (Video by FOX35) Victoria King, the former UCF student who refused to roll down her window during a traffic stop, was found guilty of battery and resisting arrest without violence. (Video by FOX35) See more videos The charges stemmed from a traffic stop Sept. 4, 2013. King, now 27, was being cited for a faulty brake light when UCF police Officer Tim Isaacs ordered her to roll her car window all the way down. "She never intended to hurt him," said Weeden, who noted King, who faced up to two years behind bars, had no prior criminal history. Victoria King, the former University of Central Florida student who refused to roll down her window during a traffic stop on campus last year, was found guilty Friday of battery and resisting arrest without violence.


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When Victoria King wouldn't roll down her window for a University of Central Florida police officer, he smashed it.
On Thursday, she went on trial, charged with resisting arrest and injuring him. Jurors must decide who was in the wrong that day, Sept. 4, 2013, - King or UCF Officer Tim Isaacs. Assistant State Attorney Jamie McManus said it was King, a UCF student at the time. King, 27, began to roll up her car window as Isaacs gripped its top edge and reached inside with one hand. King didn't go along with that either, but she rolled the window down a few inches. cComments Wonder if she feels as cocky now as she did last year about this time. But King then began to roll it up. He then pulled out the window, causing it to shatter. "Oh, my God," King can be heard saying on the recording. King is on trial for two misdemeanor counts: resisting arrest without violence and battery. If convicted, she could be sent to jail for two years.


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