Old 09-01-16, 08:32 PM
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Chris0516
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Originally Posted by Kai Winters View Post
Did you call them to lodge a complaint???
If you mean the officer in question, no. But I did lodge a very vehement complaint with the district station. They tried to make the excuse that even though I provided the number of the SUV. They might have been with another district. So therefore the district I called might not be the right one. So therefore. They shouldn't take the info down. I called the district back a day later to make sure they didn't drop it. They hadn't and found the department SUV that was involved.
Originally Posted by howsteepisit View Post
How close was the pass, and where were you in the lane? Details man, Details.
1. 1.5ft.

2. Taking the lane

The officer straddled the double yellow for no good reason.
Originally Posted by CrankyOne View Post
Cops in the US are scary. They're often paying attention to the equipment in their car instead of their driving. There are some that seem really good and safe but most are ignorant idiots.
Yes, The 'legal' form of 'distracted driving.
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