More Chief Finn

June 6, 2013

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The Mongols fiasco a year ago may have had less to do with the firing of Boulder City, Nevada Police Chief Thomas Finn’s firing than first appeared. The City Council may have known that Finn was a jealous lover who couldn’t handle his own business.

According to informed sources, multiple Boulder City police officers have complained that Chief Finn assigned local cops to follow Finn’s ex-girlfriend and the woman’s new boyfriend. On-duty Boulder City police were ordered to investigate the man and give him the Mongol treatment – which is to say they were ordered to manufacture reasons to stop and harass him.


Finn left his job as Boulder City Police Chief on January 16 and went on paid medical leave. He was fired April 15 when he attempted to return to work. His replacement, former Las Vegas Deputy Chief Bill Conger had assumed the role of acting chief on March 13.

Finn issued a press release when he was fired that stated that Boulder City Manager David Fraser “offered me the opportunity to resign my position, which I immediately declined. I was then advised that my employment with the City of Boulder City as Chief of Police was terminated….. I have, for the most part, enjoyed a rewarding 32-year career, fourteen of those years as a chief of police,” Finn wrote. He also said he had tried “to make Boulder City a better place to live and work.”

City Attorney Dave Olsen, who Finn had sued, then watched as Finn cleaned out his desk.

Long Year

Finn’s fortunes began to plummet in June 2012 after he decided to harass members of the Mongols Motorcycle Club during the club’s national run to Boulder City. The harassment infuriated the Mongols’ lawyer, Stephen Stubbs.

Stubbs and Finn got into a legal dustup. Stubbs accused Finn of numerous improprieties including some felonies. Finn retaliated with a nuisance lawsuit intended to silence Stubbs and a growing chorus of critics. Finn quickly lost that suit.

On November 29, the Boulder City Council voted to have Finn’s tenure as Chief investigated by the Nevada Attorney General. The findings of that investigation were then forwarded to the Clark County District Attorney and remain a closely guarded secret.

In December, the Council ordered an audit of the Police Department by the International City/County Management Association’s Center for Public Safety Management. The audit, which was completed in March, discovered numerous problems including a missing M-16. Finn has described the audit as a “hack job.”



8 Responses to “More Chief Finn”

  1. Dirty Dingus McGee Says:

    An insecure, petty, vindictive cop. What are the chances?

    In other news, water is still wet, sky is still blue.

  2. Not Surprised Says:

    Well. Nothing can make you crazier than a woman, if you allow it

  3. One Eye Says:

    Well, I know I’m stating the obvious, but that confirms his absolute stupidity.Who’s the old woman; his mom? She’s the epitome of ignorance in the general public. SHE thought he was a good chief, so he must have been; after all I’m sure she possesses such insight into his character. Fucking sheep.

  4. Rebel Says:

    Dear Not Surprised,

    A woman will start World War III.


  5. Frequent Flyer Says:

    You know it’s bad when your only character witness is your mom. LMAO

  6. WARTHOG Says:

    My only question is: Is the new b/f a Mormon?




  7. Frequent Flyer Says:

    Finn looks like he could use a jolly good rogering.

  8. Erudite Hillbilly Says:

    Ah, schadenfreude. How far the mighty (in their own mind) have fallen. I’m sure he still has the chance for a good career in retail loss prevention. Or better yet, as an investigator on the show Cheaters.

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