Former West Seneca police officer Sean Kelley must be one tough guy. After feeling insulted by a fellow bar patron, Kelley showed how "tough" he really was. He called two on duty cops to the scene and then beat up the guy he had been in an argument with. The same guy who bought Kelley and his girlfriend drinks and apologized for whatever he said.
This other guy might be a jerk or a drunk. Who knows? But calling the cops and then beating him badly does not make Kelley a tough guy. The sad part is, I'll bet Kelley really still thinks he is a tough guy. Sorry, ex-small town cop. You're 30 years old. Fighting over something so stupid and losing your job in the process does not make you a tough guy. It makes you an unemployed guy.
My sources (ok, the people commenting underneath the story) say Kelley's father is a West Seneca political hack (these guys should walk around with tattoos on their foreheads for identification). Rumor has it, he prostituted himself to former town supervisor Paul Clark to get short-fused Junior the job of small town cop. I'm sure, as we speak, he is working on getting him some other job in law enforcement or the prison system (right after he gets him out of jail for breaking the law). Good move by the West Seneca Chief for turning the matter over to the FBI. The whole crew shouldn't be made to look bad because of the actions of one hothead.
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We have some rare footage of Junior in action: