Winnipeg Police Officer Out-Of-Control

Winnipeg Police Officer Out-Of-Control

THE DIRTY ARMY:  Nik, Winnipeg police Const. Justin Holz has been charged with impaired driving causing death and failure to remain at the scene after a 23 year old pedestrian was fatally struck by his vehicle last Tuesday. This 34-year-old Holz, who was off duty at the time, was located by police more than seven km away from the scene. Holz was charged, but has been immediately RELEASED from custody, and placed on administrative leave WITH PAY.

Holz is an eight-year member of the Winnipeg police and assigned as a criminal investigator. This officer finished his shift JUST A FEW HOURS before causing this impaired and fatal ‘hit and run.’ When commenting on the case, the Chief Police told reporters that “it’s not unusual for anyone to go for a drink after their work day”… and could not say if Holz had a blood test to determine alcohol levels… A witness said that the pedestrian flew 15 feet in the air and his head hit the curb, and that the vehicle driven by Holz must have been doing 80 [km/h] when hitting him in a residential neighbourhood. Family members said that the victim was in school and was expecting a baby soon. Serving and protecting, Winnipeg style…

This is sad. I hope the victims family gets the justice they deserve.- nik

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  1. PelvisJanuary 7, 2018 at 2:00 AM

    the speed limit is actually 50 on that part of main st! all the way up to Inkster I believe! So if you can’t feel sympathy for someone getting smoked by a vehicle driven by a drunken cop, doing 30 above the limit(is what they’re guestimating) then hopefully you get a chance to see if you can jump out of the way of a speeding car some day!

  2. mehDecember 13, 2017 at 10:50 AM

    Yes what this cop did was sickening and wrong but let’s not forget what our parents have been telling us for ages… LOOK BOTH WAYS BEFORE CROSSING THE STREET!

    Why the hell would anyone wonder on to main street with zero regard?! No sympathy for either parties.

    Cop definitely deserves a charge.

  3. starkOctober 22, 2017 at 11:34 PM

    what is winnipeg coming to ? scary stuff.

  4. SpawnOctober 22, 2017 at 10:50 PM

    not to sound like im on the pigs side, but the “residential street” this happened on is called Main St & is a main artery in the city with a speed limit of 60 k/h (kilometers an hr), who can say they ALWAYS do the speed limit, especially at night. also the cop has complied with everything put infront of him. he deserves everything he gets!!

  5. Gladly, The Cross-eyed BearOctober 16, 2017 at 8:32 AM

    Not everyone knows this, but this is almost exactly how John Lennon’s mother died. Off-duty cop, drunk, high speed in a residential area. I think that cop fled the scene as well and I don’t think he was ever convicted.

  6. WatchdogOctober 13, 2017 at 7:23 PM

    At a time of when Winnipeg police should have been busy arresting Sam Katz, the corrept former mayor…

  7. Outspoken criticOctober 13, 2017 at 10:02 AM

    The lack of accountability and transparency, bad decision making, and cover up by management, is not unique to the city police.
    A lawyer with the city’s legal services, MS. DENISE A. PAMBRUN, recently missed a crucial deadline when handling a big court case, and by doing so cost the taxpayers millions of dollars.
    However, the city is refusing to disclose this lawyer’s name, refusing to share with us what exactly has happened, and refusing to investigate if it was truly just a human error.