Missing inspector with short-term memory loss found safe and well

This Is Lancashire: Missing inspector with short-term memory loss found safe and well Missing inspector with short-term memory loss found safe and well

A POLICE officer with short-term memory loss who went missing from his home two days ago has been found safe and well.

Jon Percival, aged 43, of Greenleaf Close, Boothstown, was found near a friend's house in Oldham on Saturday morning and will undergo an assessment.

Mr Percival, who sustained a head injury during on off-duty car accident, had left behind his mobile phone and house keys.

Police issued a public alert following his disappearance, amid concerns for his welfare.

A spokeswoman for GMP confirmed that he had been found ‘safe and well’.

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7:15pm Sat 17 May 14

Comment777 says...

I thought all police officers have short term memory loss when it suits their purpose...
I thought all police officers have short term memory loss when it suits their purpose... Comment777
  • Score: -26

7:39pm Sat 17 May 14

clitheroe blue boy says...

Yet another idiotic post from Comment777. Would you have wished that to happen to anybody who has an illness? You really are loathed for your posts and I genuinely feel sorry for you for being a nasty person, but I guess you get a kick out of it, so well done!
Yet another idiotic post from Comment777. Would you have wished that to happen to anybody who has an illness? You really are loathed for your posts and I genuinely feel sorry for you for being a nasty person, but I guess you get a kick out of it, so well done! clitheroe blue boy
  • Score: 23

8:37pm Sat 17 May 14

Comment777 says...

clitheroe blue boy wrote:
Yet another idiotic post from Comment777. Would you have wished that to happen to anybody who has an illness? You really are loathed for your posts and I genuinely feel sorry for you for being a nasty person, but I guess you get a kick out of it, so well done!
No, not anyone else except someone involved in any way with the police force. It is a corrupt organisation that employs people who are willing to lie, deceive and coerce.

If you believe I am wrong I would be sure when I say you have never had dealings with any of its members. I have and a high court judge who heard my case showed no surprise when four serving members of GMP where shown to be lieing when fortunately a former officer had the fortitude to tell the truth.
[quote][p][bold]clitheroe blue boy[/bold] wrote: Yet another idiotic post from Comment777. Would you have wished that to happen to anybody who has an illness? You really are loathed for your posts and I genuinely feel sorry for you for being a nasty person, but I guess you get a kick out of it, so well done![/p][/quote]No, not anyone else except someone involved in any way with the police force. It is a corrupt organisation that employs people who are willing to lie, deceive and coerce. If you believe I am wrong I would be sure when I say you have never had dealings with any of its members. I have and a high court judge who heard my case showed no surprise when four serving members of GMP where shown to be lieing when fortunately a former officer had the fortitude to tell the truth. Comment777
  • Score: -6

8:40pm Sat 17 May 14

Comment777 says...

Comment777 wrote:
clitheroe blue boy wrote:
Yet another idiotic post from Comment777. Would you have wished that to happen to anybody who has an illness? You really are loathed for your posts and I genuinely feel sorry for you for being a nasty person, but I guess you get a kick out of it, so well done!
No, not anyone else except someone involved in any way with the police force. It is a corrupt organisation that employs people who are willing to lie, deceive and coerce.

If you believe I am wrong I would be sure when I say you have never had dealings with any of its members. I have and a high court judge who heard my case showed no surprise when four serving members of GMP where shown to be lieing when fortunately a former officer had the fortitude to tell the truth.
Let me clarify my last post. You have either had no dealing with the police or you are a member. If you are the latter, it is you who is the idiot. If you are an idiot I do hope you are not posting here whilst at work because I shall find out and make a complaint
[quote][p][bold]Comment777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clitheroe blue boy[/bold] wrote: Yet another idiotic post from Comment777. Would you have wished that to happen to anybody who has an illness? You really are loathed for your posts and I genuinely feel sorry for you for being a nasty person, but I guess you get a kick out of it, so well done![/p][/quote]No, not anyone else except someone involved in any way with the police force. It is a corrupt organisation that employs people who are willing to lie, deceive and coerce. If you believe I am wrong I would be sure when I say you have never had dealings with any of its members. I have and a high court judge who heard my case showed no surprise when four serving members of GMP where shown to be lieing when fortunately a former officer had the fortitude to tell the truth.[/p][/quote]Let me clarify my last post. You have either had no dealing with the police or you are a member. If you are the latter, it is you who is the idiot. If you are an idiot I do hope you are not posting here whilst at work because I shall find out and make a complaint Comment777
  • Score: -12

9:15pm Sat 17 May 14

Beyond News Forum says...

I am happy that as a person the man has been found safe and well.

I actually agree to an extent with 777 - the organization is as corrupt as it is in the USA, trained in mind trickery and spin. I for one will welcome this man back into civilian life.

The good cops are so few these days... GMP you are the peoples protectors, not corporate and political puppets. The Peelers will be turning in their graves. We the people want to respect and love you guys and girls - you need to choose the side you are on when the proverbial hits the fan. I hope it is the people you choose and not the money men.

Peace
I am happy that as a person the man has been found safe and well. I actually agree to an extent with 777 - the organization is as corrupt as it is in the USA, trained in mind trickery and spin. I for one will welcome this man back into civilian life. The good cops are so few these days... GMP you are the peoples protectors, not corporate and political puppets. The Peelers will be turning in their graves. We the people want to respect and love you guys and girls - you need to choose the side you are on when the proverbial hits the fan. I hope it is the people you choose and not the money men. Peace Beyond News Forum
  • Score: 9

9:41pm Sat 17 May 14

clitheroe blue boy says...

Comment777 wrote:
Comment777 wrote:
clitheroe blue boy wrote:
Yet another idiotic post from Comment777. Would you have wished that to happen to anybody who has an illness? You really are loathed for your posts and I genuinely feel sorry for you for being a nasty person, but I guess you get a kick out of it, so well done!
No, not anyone else except someone involved in any way with the police force. It is a corrupt organisation that employs people who are willing to lie, deceive and coerce.

If you believe I am wrong I would be sure when I say you have never had dealings with any of its members. I have and a high court judge who heard my case showed no surprise when four serving members of GMP where shown to be lieing when fortunately a former officer had the fortitude to tell the truth.
Let me clarify my last post. You have either had no dealing with the police or you are a member. If you are the latter, it is you who is the idiot. If you are an idiot I do hope you are not posting here whilst at work because I shall find out and make a complaint
Dear Comment777.

No I'm not an idiot, or a member of ANY Police organisation, (or anyway linked) but I'm proud to admit I have plenty of friends in the Police and all the other emergency services.

I've had 1st hand dealings with people with brain and mental health problems, and believe me it's heartbreaking in caring for or being with them, but it can also be rewarding in making their lives a little better.

Also I'm not at work, but should you be able to find out who I am (or if I'm at work) then I suggest you apply for MI5! Failing that, I will be more than willing to meet you and have a chat, you up for that?

Ok, so you have had dealings with the Police and were found not guilty? Your not the first and you certainly won't be the last, that's how the British judicial system works. I've been there.

All I tried to say was, I'm glad the 'missing' person was found safe and well regardless of what he does for a living. The report clearly states he is currently 'not well' with a brain illness hence the concern for his welfare.

Yet you make another insentitive post and clearly try to get a reaction? Your a very sad person.

(Oh, and it's lying, not lieing)
[quote][p][bold]Comment777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Comment777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clitheroe blue boy[/bold] wrote: Yet another idiotic post from Comment777. Would you have wished that to happen to anybody who has an illness? You really are loathed for your posts and I genuinely feel sorry for you for being a nasty person, but I guess you get a kick out of it, so well done![/p][/quote]No, not anyone else except someone involved in any way with the police force. It is a corrupt organisation that employs people who are willing to lie, deceive and coerce. If you believe I am wrong I would be sure when I say you have never had dealings with any of its members. I have and a high court judge who heard my case showed no surprise when four serving members of GMP where shown to be lieing when fortunately a former officer had the fortitude to tell the truth.[/p][/quote]Let me clarify my last post. You have either had no dealing with the police or you are a member. If you are the latter, it is you who is the idiot. If you are an idiot I do hope you are not posting here whilst at work because I shall find out and make a complaint[/p][/quote]Dear Comment777. No I'm not an idiot, or a member of ANY Police organisation, (or anyway linked) but I'm proud to admit I have plenty of friends in the Police and all the other emergency services. I've had 1st hand dealings with people with brain and mental health problems, and believe me it's heartbreaking in caring for or being with them, but it can also be rewarding in making their lives a little better. Also I'm not at work, but should you be able to find out who I am (or if I'm at work) then I suggest you apply for MI5! Failing that, I will be more than willing to meet you and have a chat, you up for that? Ok, so you have had dealings with the Police and were found not guilty? Your not the first and you certainly won't be the last, that's how the British judicial system works. I've been there. All I tried to say was, I'm glad the 'missing' person was found safe and well regardless of what he does for a living. The report clearly states he is currently 'not well' with a brain illness hence the concern for his welfare. Yet you make another insentitive post and clearly try to get a reaction? Your a very sad person. (Oh, and it's lying, not lieing) clitheroe blue boy
  • Score: 19

1:22pm Sun 18 May 14

Gore Seer says...

I Have Personally Been A Spectator To Two EDL Protest Speeches, One In Manchester, One In Bolton, And The Lying Twisted Propaganda Was Off The Scales By The Police, The TV, The Press, Disgusted Me, Yes You Have A Right To Claim These Protest Groups Are Racist But To Manufacture The Racism, I Have Personally Witnessed This Proper Gander, So Comment Your Worst.
I Have Personally Been A Spectator To Two EDL Protest Speeches, One In Manchester, One In Bolton, And The Lying Twisted Propaganda Was Off The Scales By The Police, The TV, The Press, Disgusted Me, Yes You Have A Right To Claim These Protest Groups Are Racist But To Manufacture The Racism, I Have Personally Witnessed This Proper Gander, So Comment Your Worst. Gore Seer
  • Score: -1

10:54pm Sun 18 May 14

wsw69 says...

Comment777 wrote:
I thought all police officers have short term memory loss when it suits their purpose...
Comment777, You really are a complete tool of the first order. You also abuse the privilige of being thick.

Have some compassion for someone who has an issue since an accident. Could quite very easily happen to ANY ONE of us!

One day you may end up in need of the police services, they may even save your life. But then again, I'd would not expect a gobby fool like you to thank anyone.
[quote][p][bold]Comment777[/bold] wrote: I thought all police officers have short term memory loss when it suits their purpose...[/p][/quote]Comment777, You really are a complete tool of the first order. You also abuse the privilige of being thick. Have some compassion for someone who has an issue since an accident. Could quite very easily happen to ANY ONE of us! One day you may end up in need of the police services, they may even save your life. But then again, I'd would not expect a gobby fool like you to thank anyone. wsw69
  • Score: 11

11:02pm Sun 18 May 14

wsw69 says...

And most importantly of all, here's hoping the police officer gets well soon.
And most importantly of all, here's hoping the police officer gets well soon. wsw69
  • Score: 14

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