A police officer who ordered a teenager to to "put your phone down or I will start writing out the traffic tickets" has been scolded by bosses. The teen's angry mother Gemma Hiakita believes the officer abused his powers. He was within his rights and wasn't doing anything wrong.
Hopefully this inside info from police officers on AskReddit about who they ticket and who they warn will give us all some insight and help us out next time we see those lights in our rearview mirrors. Me: The police pulled me over. Daughter: Why?
North Ridgeville Police Department. And the cop hopes other lead-footed drivers will take note. You realize it with every bump you hit.
This week's column focuses on teens who say they are being targeted by police. I was so nervous I hardly defended myself — and when I tried, the officer told me I was wrong. It was my word against his, so I was given a ticket with a huge fine.
The ticket. A police officer in North Ridgeville, Ohio, recently pulled over an year-old driver for speeding. According to a now-viral Facebook postthe police officer, who was not identified, gave the teen a ticket for driving miles per hour on a road where the speed limit is
Officer Roger Gemoules became a police officer to help people. He said his shift on Wednesday started off like any other day. Germoules is the school resource officer for the Cahokia School District and works with kids every day.
CHICAGO CBS — A Cahokia police officer put compassion and community policing on full display while on duty last week, when he offered a teen a ride to his job interview, rather than giving him a ticket for driving a car with expired plates and a damaged window. Officer Roger Gemoules was on patrol on Wednesday when he noticed a teenager driving a car with a broken side window and an expired license plate. The driver, Kshawn Ballwin, was driving the car because he had no other way to get to a job interview.
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. A police officer in Ohio pulled over an year-old driver for speeding. Then he posted an open letter on Facebook urging them to drive safe.
That's what year-old Audra Daniloff received when she was pulled over on her way to school in Wisconsin last month, according to reports. The teen's father, Marc, had coordinated with the Saukville Police Department to surprise Audra with a trip to see her favorite band, Timeflies. The good news is that they're probably not the tickets you expect me to give you, OK?