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Bradley Schuetz biography: 13 things about Forest Grove, Oregon cop

Bradley Schuetz is a white man from Oregon, United States. Here are 13 more things about him:

  1. He lives in Tigard, Washington County, Oregon. Aside from Tigard, he has lived in other parts of Oregon including Molalla, Tualatin, Forest Grove, Sherwood, Beaverton and Wilsonville. (a) (b)
  2. From 2011 to 2015, he applied 10 times to be a deputy or a police officer in western Washington County, Oregon. He was rejected nine times due to his lack of life experience. (a)
  3. On September 14, 2015, he was sworn in as a police officer in Forest Grove. (a)
  4. He was 25 years old when he was sworn in as a Forest Grove Police Department officer on September 14, 2015. (a)
  5. On December 13, 2015, he, his fellow Forest Grove Police Department officer Steven Teets and reserve officer Waael Jared participated in the Shop with a Cop event with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. (c)
  6. As a Forest Grove Police Department officer, he received a $16,541 annual wage in 2015. (d)
  7. He was one of the defendants in the civil rights lawsuit filed by Janell Rene Butler against the Forest Grove Police Department on December 28, 2016 at the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon. (e)
  8. On January 4, 2017, the case filed by Butler on December 28, 2016 was dismissed because she failed to state a claim and some of her claims against him and his fellow defendants were barred by 11th Amendment sovereign immunity. (e)
  9. In July 2017, Forest Grove Police Department’s Captain Mike Herb advised him to stay humble, the same advice he received in the reserve academy. (f)
  10. In August 2017, he had the words “Stay Humble” tattooed between his right wrist and his elbow. (f)
  11. On October 31, 2020, he was the second Forest Grove Police Department officer dispatched to a theft in progress call on 23rd Avenue in Forest Grove. The first one was Amber Daniels. The suspect was Teets, who was intoxicated and off-duty when he allegedly banged on Mirella Castaneda’s Black Lives Matter flag and set off a vehicle alarm before charging at her and pounding on her front door. He allegedly gave Teets a ride home instead of arresting his fellow cop. Teets was arrested on November 1, 2020. (g) (h)
  12. On November 9, 2020, the Forest Grove Police Department contacted the Beaverton Police Department to conduct an outside investigation involving his conduct on October 31, 2020. (g)
  13. On May 6, 2021, he was contacted by Beaverton Police Department detectives and indicted by a Washington County grand jury for first-degree official conduct. He was issued a citation to appear for the charge and was released following new coronavirus (COVID-19) booking protocols. (g)



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