|Source: SF Examiner, May 2015|
I'm not gloating, believe me I know God's Word and Proverbs 24:17 specifically says not to gloat when your enemies fall or God could become angry.
"Do not rejoice when your enemy falls, And do not let your heart be glad when he stumbles" Proverbs 24:17The purpose of this update is to show how God works on behalf of those who repent and turn away from their sins. The timing of how the officer's case came to light is significant. Shortly after my bike accident on October 30, 2012 when I was reminded Jesus was the Messiah, I repented and turned back to God. Within two months Ronald Gehrke spent one day in jail on December 26, 2012 and was later convicted of one Misdemeanor in 2015 after leaving the SFPD in 2014.
|Ronald Gerhrke's salary with overtime in 2012 was $155,308 - Public Data|
|Taxpayer dollars at work - records on-line show Officer Gehrke arrested a man for jay walking in 2009. - PDF|
Gehrke lost his pension and will likely never be hired as a police officer again, all because he thought he was above the law that he could do whatever he wanted. In the meanwhile, I'll continue to pray for my enemies, and of course forgive this lazy cop's overkill obsession meddling in my roommate situation disregarding my side completely.
I'm just very glad that dark time in my life back in 1998 is over, it was one of the worst periods in my entire life of continually being falsely accused and lied about to the police while I was working long late night hours at a law firm.. At one point Officer Gehrke said "you're just a filing clerk" referring to my former job at Williams-Sonoma Corporation when I was a merchandising assistant. I often wondered who provided Gehrke with such information. I was even falsely accused of leaving old magazines in large trash piles near the front of the building that had been left in an enclave years prior to my moving in.
I wanted to thank the individual who reported this officer to the Police Chief and Mayor and for the SFPD investigative follow-up. God bless you!
Kickback - Officer Gehrke Sentenced, SF Examiner, May 2015