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December 29, 2020


He reportedly claimed to be a Hillsborough County deputy multiple times and said he rammed her vehicle to try and “stop her crime of driving reckless,” according to the report.

(Thanks to pharmaross)


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Shoddy reporting. What did he do to give the impression he wasn't a real deputy?

Perhaps the lack of red flashing lights on the rusty, beat-up car he was driving along with the facts not wearing a uniform, wearing a seat belt and acting like a wild-eyed maniac gave her a clue this might not be a real policeman asking her to pull over.

Then there was his "reckless" use of the English language.

He claimed to be a deputy multiple times and yet the authorities allowed his behavior to continue unchecked, so I guess we can assume he was meeting his quota when it came to revenue enhancing traffic tickets.

He bears a striking resemblance to Broderick Crawford around the eyes.


Those police fails are priceless. To Deflect and Swerve.

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