“Larry Loveboy” and the Three Lovejoy Brothers

“Larry Loveboy” and the Three Lovejoy Brothers

My dear friend and confidant Jocelyn informed me there were three (3) men named “Lovejoy” everyone of whom she regarded as nefarious. In fact, Jocelyn didn’t think any good could come from “that” family.

The first was a Police Officer Lovejoy who shot, or rather, executed a woman at point black range in front of her child. What was she guilty of? Apparently, trying to pass off a fraudulent prescription for pain medication and trying to leave the pharmacy drive-in.

In defense, the officer said he felt threatened and implied that she was trying to run him over. However, in actuality, he shot her at point black range from the side of her Mustang under her left armpit—all this while her baby was strapped in the back child’s seat.

What was the gain? There was none. We lost a mother. What was her crime? Probably, prescription drug addiction. I certainly feel safer knowing Officer Lovejoy has ridden our streets of her—forever! NOT!

Then there was Chandler Police Sergeant Lovejoy who neglected his K-9 leaving his fellow (dog) officer in his car all day long in the hot Arizona desert sun. Of course, the animal died from heat and neglect—the neglect of his partner.


Ultimately, Sergeant Lovejoy found himself charged with the crime of ‘wrongful death of a police officer’ by the Megalomaniac of the Valley—Sherriff Joe. Yes, Joe Arpaio. We’ll deal with Maricopa County Joe a little later on.

Then, there was the third “Lovejoy,” the Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners member, Psychologist Gary D. Lovejoy, Ph.D.

Dr. Gary Lovejoy was the Chair in charge of the Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners at the time I filed the majority of my complaints with the Board and it was he who (mis)managed his Board in a manner to quash every complaint. Thus, his Board aided & abetted in the cover ups of serious heinous crimes committed (and never investigated) at the Arizona Department of Corrections (ADC).

Dr. Lovejoy had apparently been appointed to his Board previously and continues to practice psychology in Tempe.

My advice to the Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners:

Never allow anyone to serve more than one term on the Board. There is no reason for any psychologist to serve more than one term on the Board of Psychologist Examiners when there are more than 4,000 other psychologists from which to choose.

Whether or not the three Lovejoys are related I never knew. But credit to calling Gary “Larry Loveboy” goes to Jocelyn not to me. Once she began uttering that mocking label I could not get it out of my head. Try as I might not to repeat it, I found it impossible to resist during my live radio show. But, I just thought you’d like to know exactly who I was talking about and where “Larry Loveboy” came from.

Perhaps someone out there could chime in and clarify the stories about the three Lovejoys for us. Please correct me if I am mistaken about any of it.

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