Originally posted by Screwed
Ok, there must be something in the air.
This is the second time in a week I have seen a police officer I would actually save if I saw them drowning.
If this keeps up, I may have to change my stance on cop hating.
Originally posted by kennylee
The only thing I see wrong with this story is they only cited him with a misdemeanor. If it would have been you or me, we would have had 1st degree Wanton Endangerment charges against us which is a Felony, plus numerous other charges, along with our driver's license revoked.
Its good that he got pulled over, but this clearly shows that the police can do things and get a slap on the wrist where we would go to prison...
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by drew1749
Good for the trooper. Professional courtesy between cops should only go so far. This wasn't 5 over through a speed trap. That fool was endangering people's lives at those speeds and for what? A second job? I wonder if his department was aware he was moonlighting. I seem to recall hearing somewhere that police departments are kinda touchy about that sort of thing and giving approval.
Regardless...He could have killed someone and apparently does it frequently by what she said at the end. I'm glad this video made it out to the public. Shame them on top of the inter-agency laughing stock I am sure this guy has now become.
Originally posted by Flow101
Wow a cop doing the right thing. This proves not all cops are evil like most believe in ATS.
Originally posted by gabby2011
I have a feeling there are many cops who don't care for what some cops do as well..
Originally posted by blackrain17
Why was that only a misdemeanor? Shouldn't that be a felony?
Originally posted by drew1749
Good to see this finally happening. Cops aren't above the law. Listen to him all smug. He thought he'd get away with it too.