Joseph “Kyle” Boomer
Winnebago County, Illinois
As of December 28, 2018, Joseph “Kyle” Boomer is a Sergeant for Winnebago County, Illinois. There has been (1) one complaint made against Joseph “Kyle” Boomer. Joseph “Kyle” Boomer has (5) five allegations of making claims under penalty of perjury which were unsupported by evidence reported by (1) one person. Joseph “Kyle” Boomer has caused the deaths of (2) two brothers (Aaron Bachman, 21 and Daniel Bachman, 15) and the permanent brain damage of their sister (Kori Bachman, then 19) during an accident in 2006 which was the result of his failure to turn on the police siren and emergency lights while speeding in excess of 100 mph. Joseph “Kyle” Boomer was charged, and subsequently acquitted, with reckless homicide and aggravated reckless driving in 2008. Joseph “Kyle” Boomer has the longest unpaid suspension of any officer in Winnebago County history, (180) one hundred and eighty days. Joseph “Kyle” Boomer’s unpaid suspension was the direct result of his negligence during the 2006 accident.
Background for Joseph “Kyle” Boomer
Joseph “Kyle” Boomer has worked for the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Department for (19) nineteen years. In 2006 Mr. Boomer was involved in an accident that resulted in the deaths of . Mr. Boomer was charged with reckless homicide and aggravated reckless driving, charges he was later acquitted of in 2008. In 2009 Winnebago County awarded a judgment of 15.5 million to the family of Mr. Boomer’s victims. In 2014 Mr. Boomer was promoted to Sergeant of the Winnebago Narcotics unit.
Quotes from family and friends of Mr. Boomer’s Victims:
“It must be nice to get away with murder,”
18-year-old Josh Cofield of Winnebago. Cofield described Daniel Bachman, his best friend, as “the nicest guy you could ever meet.”
“Traveling over 100 mph. How safe is that? If it were me, I would be found guilty. I’m a civilian. I don’t wear a badge.”
Jennifer Snow, mother of Alyssa Snow, Daniel Bachman’s girlfriend.
Reports of Misconduct
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