posted on Mar, 24 2015 @ 10:49 AM
I know we have some LEOs here and I'd like to ask a question, if they'd be so kind to answer.
My wife drove my truck to work the other day and a State Police car followed her for roughly 14 miles. This was around 8:30 AM and he was sitting in a
turn a round on the median, near the State line. He pulled out after she went by, followed her for about 10 miles, then stayed behind her down the off
ramp, then through town another 3 miles to where she works. After she pulled in to the hospital entrance, he went on past.
Now, there is nothing wrong with my truck. I looked it over after she told me about it and there's no tail lights/brake lights out, turn signals work
fine, tags are good, she wasn't speeding [ and if she had been, why not just pull her over? ]. There was absolutely no reason for him to follow her
for that long.
So....Why just follow for 20 minutes? If it resembled a "wanted" vehicle, wouldn't they have the tag numbers and be able to tell mine wasn't the
one they were looking for pretty quickly? If he was waiting for dispatch to run my tags, why was he running my tags? Why follow a random
vehicle for that long?