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Old 09-09-2015, 08:17 AM   #5761
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hate dogs like Joe Perez, slowly kill them all off.

No Charges for Hialeah Police Officer in Dead K-9s Case | NBC 6 South Florida

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A Hialeah Police officer whose K-9 partners died after they were left in his patrol vehicle won't face charges, the Broward State Attorney's Office announced Tuesday.

According to investigators, Officer Nelson Enriquez had just finished an overnight shift when he parked his marked police vehicle outside his Davie home on May 27. He later realized that he left the dogs inside the vehicle, but it was too late.

"Jimmy," a 7-year-old Bloodhound, and "Hector," a 4-year-old Belgium Malinois, were found dead.

Enriquez, a 13-year veteran of the department who has been a K-9 handler for the past seven years, was placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.


Court documents showed Enriquez was called back into work after the overnight shift to search for a missing child. When he went home later in the day, he left the dogs inside the vehicle and went to sleep. He woke up a couple hours later and made the tragic discovery.

Necropsies showed the dogs died of hyperthermia, or overheating, the documents said.
Florida laws:

828.12 Cruelty to animals.—
(1) A person who unnecessarily overloads, overdrives, torments, deprives of necessary sustenance or shelter, or unnecessarily mutilates, or kills any animal, or causes the same to be done, or carries in or upon any vehicle, or otherwise, any animal in a cruel or inhumane manner, commits animal cruelty, a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or by a fine of not more than $5,000, or both.

(2) A person who intentionally commits an act to any animal, or a person who owns or has the custody or control of any animal and fails to act, which results in the cruel death, or excessive or repeated infliction of unnecessary pain or suffering, or causes the same to be done, commits aggravated animal cruelty, a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or by a fine of not more than $10,000, or both.

(3) A person who commits multiple acts of animal cruelty or aggravated animal cruelty against an animal may be charged with a separate offense for each such act. A person who commits animal cruelty or aggravated animal cruelty against more than one animal may be charged with a separate offense for each animal such cruelty was committed upon.


828.13. Confinement of animals without sufficient food, water, or exercise; abandonment of animals

(a) "Abandon" means to forsake an animal entirely or to neglect or refuse to provide or perform the legal obligations for care and support of an animal by its owner.

(b) "Owner" includes any owner, custodian, or other person in charge of an animal.



784.07 Assault or battery of law enforcement officers, firefighters, emergency medical care providers, public transit employees or agents, or other specified officers; reclassification of offenses; minimum sentences.—




This officer should have been charged with a few charges, and arrested immediately under this FL statue:


828.17. Officer to arrest without warrant

Any sheriff or any other peace officer of the state, or any police officer of any city or town of the state, shall arrest without warrant any person found violating any of the provisions of ss. 828.04, 828.08, 828.12, and 828.13-828.16, and the officer making the arrest shall hold the offender until a warrant can be procured, and he or she shall use proper diligence to procure such warrant.
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want to beat up then rape little children. become a cop and work the school beat.

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want to be a miserable fucktard of a state pretending to be about liberty and freedom?

Texas County Refuses To Hire Cops Who Aren't 'Baptist Christians' - Counter Current News

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A Texas county is finally being exposed for refusing to hire Muslims, Jews or even people of the “wrong” Christian denomination as peace officers.

The discriminatory hiring practices of the Williamson County Precinct 3 Constable’s Office had, until a ruling by a Texas judge last week, prohibited any applicants who were not “Baptist Christians” from being hired.

The judge in the case ruled last week that the case against Williamson County should go forward. That decision was made after it was revealed that a job applicant exposed the county for having a religious test for constable jobs.

“I was shocked,” Robert Lloyd said, at a press conference. “I was sick to my stomach when I left because I had never believed that things like this in government would go on.”

Lloyd explained that Williamson County required him to reveal his views on marriage, abortion as well as what religion he practiced and denomination, during a job interview for the job of peace officer at the Williamson County Precinct 3 Constable’s Office, back in 2013, according to KVUE.

KVUE also obtained a video deposition of Williamson County Commissioner Lisa Birkman as well as other commissioners acknowledging that these questions were asked to applicants.

“I asked a question on their view on gay marriage to all the applicants for Precinct 3 Constable and their view on abortion,” Birkman admits in her deposition.

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Old 09-09-2015, 08:26 AM   #5764
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want to shake your baby to death? be a cop.

TBI investigating Henry County infant's death | WBBJTV West Tennessee's News Channel | Local News

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A 3-month-old infant's death is being investigated by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

Officials said this comes at the request of District Attorney Matt Stowe.

Stowe told WBBJ 7 Eyewitness News the details surrounding Gunner Page's death are "utterly tragic."

The TBI confirms the infant died Monday. "It makes me feel terrible when any child dies," Ruth Page said.

According to EMS dispatch logs, a call for help was made last Wednesday to 286 Howard Road. The report summary said, "3MO old not breathing."

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Family friends who did not want to be identified say Gunner suffered severe head trauma and say doctors told family members the baby had whiplash equivalent to a bad car wreck.

They said Gunner was taken to the Henry County Medical Center before being airlifted to Vanderbilt University Medical Center. "It must be something serious," Peters said.

The Henry County Sheriff's Office said they are not investigating the incident citing a conflict of interest with work relationships. Family friends say Gunner's parents are Hope and Chris Page.

City records show Chris Page has been employed with the Paris Police Department since May of this year.
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need some cash? be a cop and take it.

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A former Columbus police officer has been charged in federal court with embezzling $89,646 from the federal Department of Veterans Affairs.

Rita Green, 54, of Gahanna, is accused of stealing her mother’s Veterans Affairs benefits after her mother died in December 2009.

On Thursday, a grand jury in U.S. District Court in Columbus indicted Green on a charge of theft of public money, which is punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

Green was investigated by the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General and the FBI.

The indictment says her mother received monthly benefits for surviving spouses of veterans. Green had access to the bank account where the benefits were deposited, and she withdrew the money from December 2009 through Feb. 4.

Green’s mother, Hildegard McCurdy, died of pneumonia on Dec. 19, 2009.
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my local cops dindt know how to handle a crazy girl, taser her to death, investigate themselves, and then determine they didn't murder her.

http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/news/20...tody_death.pdf

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In the end, it was Ms. McKenna's severe mental illness, coupled with the tremendous physical exertion she put forth over an extended period of time struggling with deputies that resulted in a cascade of lethal chemical reactions inside of her body.

Ms. McKenna's death was a tragic accident. It is my legal opinion that there is not
probable cause, much less proof beyond a reasonable doubt, that anyone involved in this case committed a crime.
weird how so many people die of heart attacks around police...
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dont want to get a warrant. well... that's going to be an issue today for these cops.

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dont want to actually subdue someone and resort straight to physical violence? be a fat cop.



look at these silly cops try to stop this guy without having to touch him, i bet that was the bet they made before answering the call.

"hey, $5 says you cant arrest him without using your hands"

"you're on!"


also these cops need training on how to use a taser. I know I graduated HS, but even I know that you need both leads in the subject, else your not going to be able to get a full current hit on him.
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cops hate when you ruin their fishing expedition with legitimacy.


doesnt stop them from trying to find evidence of some crime that may have happened.


and this cop has pulled him over before and knows his tint is legal.

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want to proect people from cyclists? be a cop, beat them silly, then threaten them with death if they go to hospital.

Bicyclist Says Cops Beat Him Senseless


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California sheriff's officers beat a man senseless after stopping him for riding his bicycle without a headlight, then told him if he sought medical treatment he "would never see daylight," the man claims in court.

Manuel Jose Salazar sued Santa Clara County, its Sheriff's Department, and Officers Carrie Gordon and Alan Reyes on Sept. 4 in Federal Court.

Salazar acknowledges he was riding his bicycle without a forward-facing light on Dec. 8, 2014. He says that when the officers pulled him over he ran toward a Burger King parking lot in San Jose. Officer Gordon intercepted him and held him at gunpoint with her department-issued Glock pistol.

Salazar says he complied with the officers' orders, stopped and showed his hands, and "fully surrendered" by lying face down on the ground with his hands spread.

Reyes then needlessly slammed his face into ground, and numerous officers kneed and kicked him, breaking an elbow and a forearm, loosening teeth and injuring his face, back and neck, Salazar says. He says he was not resisting arrest throughout the beating.

When paramedics arrived, one officer told him "that if he were to accept any medical treatment he would press so many charges against Salazar that he would never see daylight," thereby coercing him into refusing medical care, he says.

But when they took him to jail, "the medical would not book Salazar without proper medical care at the hospital, given the extent of his obvious injuries," the complaint states. So they sent him to a hospital.

The officers then falsified the arrest report to conceal their misconduct and use of excessive force, Salazar says.

"Plaintiff Salazar was unarmed and was actually lying surrendered, face down on the ground at the onset of the excessive force," the complaint states. "Salazar never posed a threat to anyone nor was attempting to thwart the officers' investigation."

He seeks punitive damages for unreasonable search and seizure, excessive force, battery, negligent hiring and training and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

The lawsuit does not mention what charges police filed against him.

Salazar's attorney, Cameron Sehat of Irvine, and the Santa Clara County Sheriff's
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In the background, we can hear a woman yelling. “He was unarmed! He was not f*cking armed.”

The woman who apparently knew the man can be heard screaming over and over, as police hold her back. About half way through the video the EMT unit on the scene removes the body of the victim, who has been identified by police as 30-year-old Charles S. Hall, 30. The woman naturally begins shrieking and maintaining that the police murdered this man in cold blood.

Maryland State Police spokesman Greg Shipley said that the shooter was Trooper Daryl K. Brackett, a three-year veteran of the force. The man recording the footage apparently knew all about him, when he called him a “rookie.”

The incident occurred just before 9 p.m. Bracket pulled the man over in front of a Walmart and an auto parts store. At one point the officer climbed into the vehicle and apparently mounted the man.

“During the struggle, the trooper fired his assigned duty pistol, striking Hall in the upper torso,” Shipley acknowledged.

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“They murdered his ***,” one eyewitness said. “Yes they did,” said another, who was recording the aftermath of the police shooting outside of a Walmart in Maryland. “Shot him right in the face.

“It’s crazy,” the man recording can be heard saying. “Got on his lap and shot him. State Trooper, rookie cop.”

from another story:

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State police said the trooper got out of his car and approached the man, identified by state police as Charles S. Hall, 30, of North East, in the parking lot. When the trooper attempted to arrest Hall, he resisted and a struggle between the two began, according to police.

Police said while still struggling with the trooper, Hall managed to get back in his car and attempted to drive away. "During the struggle, the trooper fired his assigned duty pistol, striking Hall in the upper torso," Maryland State Police said in a statement released Saturday.
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Witnesses claim that the officer then climbed into the vehicle so that he was on top of Hall before shooting him in his upper torso. In the video, the witnesses also discuss seeing him being maced before he was shot. Hall was pronounced dead at the scene.
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want to arrest church groups and other organizations that want to feed the homeless or do other charitable work, then go out and do the same illegally for a PR stunt? be a shithole cop.

Police Double Standard Alert: Baltimore City Police: Permit? We Don?t Need No Stinkin? Permit! - Liberty Upward

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College students, church groups, homeless advocates, and good Samaritans, have all been chased away, detained, arrested, cited, and fined because their distribution of basic sustenance has been in violation of Baltimore’s Code. These encounters often lead to the stacking of additional trumped up charges such as: operating a business without a license, disturbing the peace, blocking a highway or byway, interfering with police business, failing to obey a lawful police order, resisting arrest, etc.

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On August 17, 2015, Baltimore City Police distributed food and water on Arch Social Highway in Baltimore City. The publicity stunt was performed across the street from a CVS that had been looted and burned down during the recent riots over police brutality. At first consideration this may seem like an innocuous and certainly harmless activity. There are, however, problems.

The Health Code of Baltimore City, which is carried out with the use of force by the Baltimore City Police, defines food as anything consumable or that is meant to be placed into the mouth. It further defines any location at which food is distributed as a food service facility, and any person distributing food is considered to be working at a food service facility. The code also requires that all food service facilities have running water service. Additionally, all individuals wishing to operate a food service facilities must submit an application, pay an application fee, and pass a health inspection. The licenses are non-transferable from person to person or from location to location.

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This writer sent an email to the Baltimore Police Public Relations Office to inquire as to whether that department was in fact in compliance with the above law:

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1. Can you confirm that the officers were on duty when this distribution occurred?
2. Can you also confirm that the Baltimore City Police Department applied for and received a food license and permit prior to distributing any food and water, as is required by the City of Baltimore’s health code?
3. If this is the case would you please provide copies of the application, proof of payment of the application fee, and of the license?
4. If a license was not received can you please explain why not?
5. Can you also identify who provided the food and water?
6. Were the food and water paid for via tax money/public funds?


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To: lawlerwilliam@hotmail.com; newsbpd@baltimorecity.gov
Subject: RE: Baltimore City Police Distribution of Free Food and Water
Date: Tue, 25 Aug 2015 01:37:28 +0000

Good evening,

The items were donated by members of our faith based community. Several members of the community joined our officers to distribute these items. I would be happy to let you know the next time we have an event like this so you can join us. We could even setup an interview with you and some of our officers.
Mr. Silbert’s response, or lack thereof, combined with the photographic evidence, makes it abundantly clear that the police officers were in fact on duty when this activity took place and that the police department was not in compliance with the law.

Although most American’s disagree with these laws and would find no fault with the act of civil disobedience in regards to these codes, a major cause for concern arises when the same individuals who enact, carry out, and enforce certain laws, then turn around and blatantly ignore those same laws. In this case the employees have told their employers that they may not feed the hungry or give drink to the thirsty unless certain strict criteria are first met. The employees then turned around and told their employers that they, the employees, are not bound by the same rules and will do as they please.
With one hand the Ministry of Love distributes food and water so as to improve its image and encourage future compliance. With the other hand the Ministry will utilize handcuffs, batons, pepper spray, stun guns, and firearms against those citizens that take it upon themselves to distribute food and water. And it is for our own good, which is why it is called the Ministry of Love.
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rabid baboon let loose in fancy hotel in NYC, takes famous tennis star hostage.

James Blake, former tennis star, slammed to ground and handcuffed outside midtown hotel by white NYPD cops who mistook him for ID theft suspect

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Retired black tennis star James Blake, in an NYPD double-fault, was slammed to a Manhattan sidewalk and handcuffed by a white cop in a brutal case of mistaken identity.

The 35-year-old Blake, once ranked No. 4 in the world, suffered a cut to his left elbow and bruises to his left leg as five plainclothes cops eventually held him for 15 minutes Wednesday outside the Grand Hyatt Hotel.

“It was definitely scary and definitely crazy,” Blake told the Daily News. “In my mind there’s probably a race factor involved, but no matter what there’s no reason for anybody to do that to anybody.”

Blake, on his way to make a corporate appearance for Time Warner Cable at the U.S. Open, said none of white cops identified themselves, including the officer who charged straight at him and bounced him off the E. 42nd St. concrete around noon.

“Don’t say a word,” snapped the officer, who Blake said was not wearing a badge.

Blake — whose right eye appeared red hours later at the Midtown hotel — was only turned loose when a former cop recognized the man in cuffs and alerted the arresting officers, a police source said.

“That is James Blake, the tennis player,” the NYPD retiree told them.

The first cop involved never apologized to Blake for the physical thumping or the subsequent cuffing, the ex-player recounted.

Blake was only in cuffs for a minute after he was misidentified by a witness during a credit card fraud investigation, police said.

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He was adamant that the officer never said a word: “No, just rushed me.”

The unidentified officer picked Blake up, threw the 6-foot-1 player down on the sidewalk and commanded him to roll over facedown.

“I’m going to do whatever you say,” Blake recalled telling the cop. “I’m going to cooperate. But do you mind if I ask what this is all about?”

One officer replied: “We’ll tell you. You are in safe hands.”

Blake said, “I didn’t feel very safe.”

“You’d think they could say, ‘Hey, we want to talk to you. We are looking into something. I was just standing there. I wasn’t running. It’s not even close (to be okay). It’s blatantly unnecessary. You would think at some point they would get the memo that this isn’t okay, but it seems that there’s no stopping it.”
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want to toss people in the loony bin without having any medical training? be a cop.

Cops Mistake Lou Gehrig?s Disease for Insanity – Kidnap, Strip Search, and Cage Man for Days | The Free Thought Project

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In response to a Fourth Amendment lawsuit filed by attorneys for The Rutherford Institute, government officials insist they had “probable cause” to arrest a 37-year-old disabled man, allegedly because of his slurred speech and unsteady gait. Gordon Goines, a resident of Waynesboro, Va., who suffers from a neurological condition similar to multiple sclerosis, was then strip searched by police, handcuffed to a table, diagnosed as having “mental health issues,” and subsequently locked up for five days in a mental health facility against his will and with no access to family and friends.

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The complaint alleges that on May 15, 2014, Goines was having problems with his cable television reception, including disconnections and extremely loud line noise and signals, and called the cable company for assistance. A technician determined that a neighbor had spliced into Goines’ cable and recommended that Goines contact police about the theft. Goines walked across the street to the Waynesboro Police Dept. and reported the theft to one officer, who called on two other officers to follow Goines home and investigate his complaint. However, the first officer reported that Goines was having “mental health issues.” The officers then proceeded to question Goines about his “mental health issues.” Goines told them he did not have any mental health problems. The officers then asked Goines if he wanted to go talk to someone. Believing they meant about the cable theft, Goines told them he did. The officers then handcuffed him and transported Goines, who pleaded to be taken home, to Augusta County Medical Center. After he arrived, he was examined by an employee of VCSB who concluded that Goines suffered from a psychotic condition, and a petition for Goines’ involuntary detention was filed as a result.

According to the complaint, the VCSB screener was not a licensed medical professional, clinical psychologist, or social worker and so lacked the required training to diagnose mental disorders. The petition was granted and Goines was committed to Crossroads Mental Health Center and held against his will and without access to family and friends until May 20, 2014, when a subsequent hearing found that Goines had no mental illness and should not be confined. Affiliate attorney Jesse Baker, IV, is assisting The Rutherford Institute by representing Goines on appeal.
again, do not ask police for help. they will arrest/kidnap/kill you instead.
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want to stop people that are walking down the street without suspecting them of any crime whatsoever? be a cop.


Ohio State Law 2921.29 - Failure to disclose personal information.

(A) No person who is in a public place shall refuse to disclose the person's name, address, or date of birth, when requested by a law enforcement officer who reasonably suspects either of the following:

(1) The person is committing, has committed, or is about to commit a criminal offense.

(2) The person witnessed any of the following:

(a) An offense of violence that would constitute a felony under the laws of this state;

(b) A felony offense that causes or results in, or creates a substantial risk of, serious physical harm to another person or to property;

(c) Any attempt or conspiracy to commit, or complicity in committing, any offense identified in division (A)(2)(a) or (b) of this section;

(d) Any conduct reasonably indicating that any offense identified in division (A)(2)(a) or (b) of this section or any attempt, conspiracy, or complicity described in division (A)(2)(c) of this section has been, is being, or is about to be committed.


dont see anything about taking a stroll without wearing shoes.

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After realizing that he had arrested a man for a law that did not exist, Andrews then changed the charge after bringing Solomon to jail. According to Solomon, “Having nothing to charge me with, a charge of disorderly conduct was manufactured sometime after my arrest.”
jeez i wonder why people dont like police...
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Wanna be a big man and harass the elderly? Become a cop in Florida.

Driver gets pulled over for speeding in school zone, chews out officer
POSTED 9:26 AM, SEPTEMBER 10, 2015, BY SAMANTHA TATA, UPDATED AT 10:01AM, SEPTEMBER 10, 2015

PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. — A driver pulled over for allegedly zooming through a school zone at more than twice the legal speed berated the officer issuing her a ticket, saying it’s no wonder law enforcement are shot in the line of duty, in a disturbing encounter caught on camera.

The woman was allegedly driving 51 mph in a school zone designated for 20 mph, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, which posted the video online Wednesday. She asked the deputy to see his badge and his identification. He showed her his driver’s license, the video shows.

At first, the 62-year-old driver was deferential, pleading for mercy from the deputy while saying she couldn’t have been driving that fast because she’d “just left Target.”
Deputy: “Can you give me a warning please?”
Driver: “No, ma’am, not in a school zone.”
Deputy: “I have so much frozen food in the car.”
Later, she says: “I’m begging you… I promise I won’t do it again. I really wasn’t aware.”

The deputy returns to his car to run the paperwork and when he walks back up to the driver’s window, her attitude has changed completely. She became confrontational and increasingly irritated. The deputy appeared to remain calm even as she berated him.
Deputy: “Ma’am, ma’am…”
Driver: “What?”
Deputy: “You’re being cited for speeding. Let me explain what your options are…”
Driver: “No wonder you people get shot! You’re absolute a**holes.”
Deputy: “OK. Thank you, ma’am. I appreciate that.”
Driver: “Have a nice day.”
He said in addition to the citation, he’ll also submit her for a driver’s license re-examination. When asked why, the deputy said “because you don’t understand why I’m doing my job.”

In addition to the shortened video posted to Facebook, which received 2.4 million views by Thursday morning, the department published an extended version of the dashcam footage.

The encounter begins at 2:05. Watch the video in its entirety, below:


Her comments come amid a particularly tense time for law enforcement nationwide.

Last week, three Las Vegas police officers were shot in as many days, with two them ambushed while they sat in their patrol car.

A week before that, a police officer in Fox Lake, Ill., was shot and killed during an altercation with three men.

And late last month, a uniformed sheriff’s deputy was gunned down “execution style” while he fueled his patrol car in Texas.

VIDEO: Driver gets pulled over for speeding in school zone, chews out officer | New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
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WATCH: Officer Asked Speeding Driver Where She Was Headed — After She Told Him, The Cop Grabbed Her Hand And Did The Unexpected



When Deputy Loveless noticed a car speeding down the highway, he did what he was supposed to do – he pulled the car over. Before exiting his vehicle, he said a quick prayer, well aware of how this sort of thing could turn out in light of recent events. Approaching the vehicle, he put on his kindest demeanor and asked the couple inside where they were headed in such a hurry. Their response shocked him, but what he did was more meaningful to them than anything else.

Maxine Morgan admits she “wasn’t really paying attention” as she sped down a Louisiana highway with her husband, Jimmy Morgan. But Bossier Parish deputy Jackie Loveless was paying attention.

Loveless pulled the couple over but, before getting out of his patrol vehicle, he told KSLA-TV that he said a short prayer. Like so many other officers across the country recently, Loveless couldn’t help but think about how a routine traffic stop could become something much worse.

The deputy walked up to Morgan’s window, voicing such friendly phrases as “How are you doing today?” and “Where are you going in such a hurry?” After hearing that the couple was headed to to a memorial service for their daughter Daphne, who died just days before, Loveless did the unexpected.

“I asked her, ‘Ma’am, do you mind if I pray with you?’” Loveless told KSLA-TV. “When the spirit of the Lord comes up to me to pray, I’m obedient to him and pray with that person.”

For the Morgans, that was just what they needed to get them through what was sure to be a difficult day ahead.

“It just touched me so much,” Maxine Morgan said.

Loveless recalled that in the middle of his prayer, the woman grabbed his hand “real tight” as tears flowed down from Morgan’s eyes. The deputy later described them as “tears of greatness and tears of appreciation.”

“I think he was our miracle that day,” Morgan said of the officer.

Loveless’ remarkable action didn’t go unnoticed by his boss, either. Bossier Parish Sheriff Julian Whittington had nothing but positive things to say about his deputy while talking to KTLA-TV.

“Jackie understands we deal with a lot of people, but in a lot of times in the most stressful, critical event they’ve ever had to deal with in their lives,” Whittington said. “He exemplifies, first off, a man, a Christian man.”

A Christian man, to be certain. In fact, Loveless is also the pastor of a church that he started in nearby Bossier City.

As for Morgan, she got off without a ticket, but added that she doesn’t consider the traffic stop to be without consequence.

“We needed something that day and he gave it to us,” Morgan told KSLA-TV. “I think he was our miracle that day.”

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