Caine and Bonett are active Philadelphia police officers. Seeger is a retired Philadelphia police officer. All three are obviously the pride of their department.
Two off-duty Philadelphia police officers as well as a retired officer were arrested following a fight with a deputy at a Florida restaurant.
The incident took place at the Crabby Bill’s Restaurant on 401 Gulf Boulevard in Indian Rocks Beach, Florida, Tuesday around 11 p.m. Deputies responded to the business after receiving a report of a domestic battery.
I’m guessing Bill wasn’t the only one crabby that evening.
When deputies arrived they found Paul Seeger, a 51-year-old retired Philadelphia police officer, pushing his wife, Cindy Caine, a 44-year-old Philadelphia officer.
Seeger allegedly walked away as the deputy told him multiple times to stop. When the deputy grabbed Seeger’s arm, he resisted while Caine pushed the deputy’s arm away.
See? Nothing brings a couple together than a shared hatred of the police. I just love a happy ending.
Frank Bonett, a 44-year-old Philadelphia police officer, approached the deputy, threatened him, removed his shirt, clenched his fists and began cursing at him.
The deputy did say Bonett’s chest was amazing and his muscles were “ripped.”
Seeger then allegedly took a combative stance but the deputy managed to take him down to the ground, leading to a violent struggle between the two. Seeger was eventually handcuffed and taken into custody. Responding deputies also arrested Bonett and Caine.
The good news is the Philadelphia Police Department will not only refuse to discipline the two active officers, but they will also be promoted to sergeant, post haste.