posted on Jul, 11 2016 @ 02:56 PM
a reply to: MystikMushroom
Haha yep. The officer would of made you show id, then start thinking of ways he could possibly charge you with something.
In my experience, Sheriffs are pretty relaxed, not as stern, and seem to consider your situation from your point of view. Point is they tend to listen
more. Highway Patrol I've had both good and bad experiences, same with city police.
During my college years, a big storm had come through, producing 3 tornados (one went right through a mall) that knocked out power to the campus for 2
weeks. It was in the middle of summer so it was blistering hot, especially inside the dorms. Since it was around the 4th of July, people were bored so
of course they were setting off some fireworks.
Anyways the city cops showed up, and forced everyone inside those blazing hot dorms. It sucked. I also watched two guys get beaten down for refusing
to go inside since it was so hot. Eventually I couldn't take the heat anymore and ran out to get into my car to run the air conditioner so I could
catch my breath as it was at that point very difficult to breathe.
Luckily for me, I ran into one of the nice city cops, and since he was parked right at the bottom of the dorms, let me sit in his car to cool down.
So all in all, it really just depends who the officer is, which... well.. is like everything else as everyone is different.