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  • Deutsche Gopher Fan
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    Is the perp a white guy? Drew will always defend

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  • Swansong
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    Originally posted by Drew S. View Post

    Wouldn’t you rule out vehicle defect and at least have some sort of theory on what happened? If this guy is completely innocent I’m sure he’s traumatized enough from the accident and doesn’t need the police to make it that much worse.
    That might take weeks.

    This person was arrested hours after the incident, so presumably there was discussion about it and it wasn't just a rash move by an on-the-scene officer.

    Lots of innocent people are arrested, why concern over this particular one?

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  • rufus
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    Guy who stepped in to beat the crap out of the Colorado Q club killer was arrested and held by police once they arrived on the scene. Because he was covered in blood.

    Cuffed and held in a cruiser for some time, while he kept begging them to let him go so he could check on his family.

    Back The Blue!!!!

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  • Drew S.
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    Originally posted by Swansong View Post

    Probably Cause is a fairly nebulous term in practice, isn't it? The facts, as we know them:
    • Driver drove his car hard into a store window
    • One DOA, multiple injuries
    • Driver passed a breathalyzer on scene
    Am I missing anything? The third part eliminates alcohol impairment but not any other potentiality. Arresting the driver is the safe bet here.
    Wouldn’t you rule out vehicle defect and at least have some sort of theory on what happened? If this guy is completely innocent I’m sure he’s traumatized enough from the accident and doesn’t need the police to make it that much worse.

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  • Swansong
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    Originally posted by Drew S. View Post
    Doesn’t there need to be some sort of evidence of negligence or an intentional act? I would think they would investigate for a bit before they throw the book at the guy.
    Probably Cause is a fairly nebulous term in practice, isn't it? The facts, as we know them:
    • Driver drove his car hard into a store window
    • One DOA, multiple injuries
    • Driver passed a breathalyzer on scene
    Am I missing anything? The third part eliminates alcohol impairment but not any other potentiality. Arresting the driver is the safe bet here.

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  • Drew S.
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    Doesn’t there need to be some sort of evidence of negligence or an intentional act? I would think they would investigate for a bit before they throw the book at the guy.

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  • Swansong
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    Because he drove into a store and killed someone? Being arrested doesn't mean charged or convicted.

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  • Drew S.
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    Does this story make sense to other people? https://www.boston.com/news/local-ne...?p1=hp_primary

    Like it’s horrible what happened but don’t really understand locking the guy up straight away. Genuine criminals have a lot less happen to them.

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  • St. Clown
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    As part of my wife’s job, my wife ended up having a conversation with Jeronimo Yanez yesterday. While doing a background check on him, that’s when she realized who he was.

    If you don’t remember the name, think “Philando Castile.”

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  • aparch
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    Entire Uvalde School District Police Department suspended after "additional issues" were found.

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/uvalde-...hooting-texas/

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  • Handyman
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    They are already trying to say "she was part of the fire fight" so soon they will probably say the Amber Alert was bogus and she helped her father kill her mother. either that or they will pivot and say he shot her not the cops. In the end the cops will all get paid vacations and likely promoted.

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  • rufus
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    Obviously, those cops were fearing for their lives.

    She wasn't even big and black.

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  • Deutsche Gopher Fan
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    Oopsies killed the girl who was escaping kidnappers

    https://twitter.com/amandamarcotte/s..._jHr8ZI9OsVgVg

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  • RaceBoarder
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    I thought part of Driving 101 (non-cop) was to NOT park on train tracks...

    This may be the flat out dumbest thing I have ever seen a cop do.

    Sue him into oblivion....

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  • WeAreNDHockey
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    Originally posted by Deutsche Gopher Fan View Post
    So just another day in the life of a typical cop then?

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