- Lytton Police Department. He speaks with a heavy Italian accent. Mario Gelepsi is a traffic officer in the
In 1973 a party stopped for a traffic violation accused him of being belligerant and verbally abusive. However the accusation was not sustained as there was no supporting evidence.
In 1975, he was presented with the "Outstanding Effort" award for the recovery of eleven stolen vehicles in a twelve month period.
He was seen in the LPD booking evidence to John B. Willis.
He was called to Cotton Cove to investigate when a jogger found blood and traces near the Clearwater River but as soon as Sonny Bonds and Keith Robinson arrived, he just stayed there and chatter with Keith.
Later he was seen in the old warehouse district on 160 West Rose. He took the keys and opened the trunk and found the body of Woody Roberts with a hole on his head. Sonny went there to investigate and they called for Coroner Felix Herman.
- Gelepsi, Mario
- Traffic Div
- Traffic Off
- Departmental actions
- Commendable citations
- 3/1/75:Officer Gelepsi was presented with the "Outstanding Effort" award for the recovery of 11 stolen vehicles in one 12 month period.
- Censurable Reports
- 2/3/73:The complaining party alleged that after being stopped for a traffic violation, Officer Gelepsi became belligerent and verbally abusive
- Not sustained:There was no sporting evidence