He has a quick wit, beautiful women and a challenging job.His older brother Bernard is a rent-a-cop home security officer who longs to be the real thing.
Down at the precinct, Captain Carol Czynencko is Damon's hard-as-nails boss who is trying to get in touch with her sensitive side; Stacy Phillips is a strong career-driven Latina who has a "no dating cops" rule; Carrol Fontain is a hypochondriac who makes his co-workers cringe with graphic descriptions of his problems; Jimmy Tortone is a Cuban con-artist who walks a fine line between shady and legit; and Billy Cavanaugh is a gung-ho, gullible new kid in the department who falls prey to everyone's practical jokes.While there is no department rule that bars officers from dating each other, Hall said the issue of fraternization has become more urgent since Orbegozo's arrest in June and should be addressed."I think it brings about problems," Hall said of workplace romances.Orbegozo allegedly took the officer, who is in her 20s, into the woods behind Ansonia High School, where he struck her with a gun, causing a serious laceration.Damon is an American television sitcom starring Damon Wayans.The show lasted for thirteen episodes between March and July 1998.
It was created by Leo Benvenuti, Steve Rudnick and Damon Wayans and directed by John P. Two brothers, one a bachelor and undercover detective, the other a married rent-a-cop, are reunited in Chicago.
Things come easily to Damon, a clever but politically incorrect undercover cop.
Lighting a candle of remembrance for those who've lost their lives to domestic violence behind the blue wall, for strength and wisdom to those still there, and a non-ending prayer for those who thought they had escaped but can't stop being afraid.
Connecticut Post, Aaron Leo 08/16/2008 [Excerpts] In the wake of a city police officer's arrest in Ansonia on charges of pistol-whipping and kidnapping a female colleague, a member of the Board of Police Commissioners wants the issue of fraternization between officers examined.
The board has dealt with officers charged with domestic violence, but the case involving [Bridgeport Police] Officer Andre Orbegozo is different, the panel's vice president, David Hall, said.
"We haven't had the opportunity to try a case of domestic violence as it applies to officers dating each other"...