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Man Arrested & Punched for Sitting on His Front Porch

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posted on Oct, 4 2016 @ 08:50 PM
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a reply to: LanceCorvette

That's like what I do when a driver cuts me off or has road rage...just smile and wave.

Man, does it piss them off




posted on Oct, 4 2016 @ 09:10 PM
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originally posted by: Generation9

originally posted by: intrptr

originally posted by: WilburnRoach

originally posted by: imjack
The address on his ID was the address he was at? Are you kidding me?

Once the police saw his ID the cops should have left.


Except for that part where he was trying to force a perimeter entryway. Even demonstrated it for the police to "see if his dog was in there".


How about if the dog belongs to you then you have a key to the house. Or just knock on the garage door and the dog runs over and barks and recognizes your voice. The guy's story is bogus. Police know it.


My guess is he was trying to see if his mom's car was in the garage.



posted on Oct, 4 2016 @ 10:42 PM
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The guy on the porch very obviously is not telling the whole truth. He sounds like one of the people that ask for change at the gas station so they can get a taxi ride to go visit their mother in the hospital. The guy sounds like he is just totally spinning a tale.


Awesome of you to throw in some more speculation, like there isnt enough already....



EXACTLY! The guy is spinning a tale step by step. The police can sense it. Anybody who doesn't understand this video is just plain refusing to accept reality.

The reality of speculation.?



Sounds like mom didn't want her ex-prison son hanging around. He has left home either by choice or because she kicked him out.

Oh look more speculation with a sprinkling of accusation



The guy's story is bogus. Police know it.

You mean you suspect his story is bogus = speculation....



The guy was a goofball. End of story. My posting here is done.

Your awesome...thank you so much for coming in to the thread and clearing up all the confusion



posted on Oct, 4 2016 @ 11:54 PM
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Note New Thread Title:

"Robber Almost Fools the Cops, and Fooled Nearly Everyone at ATS."



Story:
An ex-con pretending to be waiting for his mother to come home tried to break in, for the third time, to his mother's house. But a call from a suspicious, and possibly astute neighbor alerted police to his presence. When police arrived he almost fooled them into believing he was supposed to be there. Almost. An altercation ensued and police detained him, only later to discover who he really was.

The story was posted to a popular website named ATS, and elicited scathing remarks from members who pulled no punches in immediately blaming the cops involved for excessive and improper use of force. Because that's what it really did appear to be. But as it turns out the cops were right all along to question and pursue this man when inconsistencies surfaced in his story; he had broken into his mother's house more than once before.

To this very day, drive by posters, so eager to bash the police they don't read the thread at all, still jump in with comments that clearly show they haven't read the thread yet and realized that the police in this case were absolutely correct in nabbing the robber. Disagreements persist as to whether the cops used excessive force or not...

It appears ATS got bamboozled.



posted on Oct, 5 2016 @ 12:17 AM
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originally posted by: TrueAmerican
Note New Thread Title:

"Robber Almost Fools the Cops, and Fooled Nearly Everyone at ATS."



Story:
An ex-con pretending to be waiting for his mother to come home tried to break in, for the third time, to his mother's house. But a call from a suspicious, and possibly astute neighbor alerted police to his presence. When police arrived he almost fooled them into believing he was supposed to be there. Almost. An altercation ensued and police detained him, only later to discover who he really was.

The story was posted to a popular website named ATS, and elicited scathing remarks from members who pulled no punches in immediately blaming the cops involved for excessive and improper use of force. Because that's what it really did appear to be. But as it turns out the cops were right all along to question and pursue this man when inconsistencies surfaced in his story; he had broken into his mother's house more than once before.

To this very day, drive by posters, so eager to bash the police they don't read the thread at all, still jump in with comments that clearly show they haven't read the thread yet and realized that the police in this case were absolutely correct in nabbing the robber. Disagreements persist as to whether the cops used excessive force or not...

It appears ATS got bamboozled.






So you are the business of posting lies to stir up the community and then have a little giggle at the reactions from people.......

How much longer until you turn 18 bro .....



posted on Oct, 5 2016 @ 04:45 AM
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Truly curious to see where this little gem goes.......anyone care to throw in a tidbit ?



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posted on Oct, 5 2016 @ 09:21 AM
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originally posted by: TrueAmerican

The City of Greensbora has released bodycam video showing a police officer punch and arrest a man who was sitting on his front porch. Dejuan Yourse was waiting for his mother to come home at the time before he was approached by police. Officer Travice Cole and Charlotte Jackson were responding to a call of an attempted break-in. They begin a civil discussion with Dejuan, but the situation quickly escalates after Officer Cole grabs the man's phone before hitting and tackling him to the ground.

Two police investigations were launched into the incident, one criminal and one internal. Both officers resigned mid-investigation, however Mr. Yourse's family is calling for further repercussions. The police department has since determined that Officer Travice Cole violated the department's use of force policy, courtesy towards the public policy, arrest policy, search and seizure policy, and general compliance to laws and regulations. The investigation into the other officer's actions is still ongoing. The family is likely to sue for damages.




This situation illustrates some of the extreme complexities of being a cop, and more. Was the cop in his right at that point to grab the phone- because the dude could have been calling for assistance? If so, then why instead didn't the cop just tell him not to call anyone but his mother?

So then the dude resists, because the cop was taking his property, and the cop then tackles him and punches him in the eye for resisting.

I CHALLENGE EVERYONE TO TALK ABOUT THIS CASE WITHOUT MENTIONING RACE, AT ALL. Betcha can't. Who will be the first drive by poster to ruin it? ....


His license had the home address on it of the porch he was sitting on. Once that was determined the cop had no legal right, or authority to pursue the man further. It's simple as that, from a legal perspective.



posted on Oct, 5 2016 @ 12:48 PM
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People are so quick to post and comment with their bias. Learn the difference between a hunch, reasonable suspicion, and probably cause. The cop has every reason to detail someone for a investigation. Yes, that could mean handcuffs for safety. If you resist then things are going to get physical. Cops are lied to all the time so taking someone's story at face value only goes so far.

Have you ever heard of a former room mate or estranged child coming back to a residence and burglarizing it? I have. The cop needs to detain the person and make contact with the complainant and the home owner. Then you go from there. I see nothing wrong here but a suspect not obeying commands.

Also how often have people moved and not changed their license address? It happens all the time. Just because a license is produced, it's only one piece of the puzzle. Not the end all. Apply common sense logic to problem solving and stop thinking with emotion.

edit on 5-10-2016 by staticfl because: added last paragraph.



posted on Oct, 5 2016 @ 01:24 PM
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originally posted by: staticfl
a reply to: TrueAmerican

People are so quick to post and comment with their bias. Learn the difference between a hunch, reasonable suspicion, and probably cause.


But this isn't a trial. And we have no obligation to use anything other than our own common sense and conscience. And, frankly, aren't even obligated to do that.

I mean, this is just people with opinions. Much like yourself. We have no standard to maintain beyond the T&C of ATS. Which has litte to say about supposition.




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