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    I was watching cops tonight, a lady was arrested for a hit and run accident and she was good 80 something. What is your guys oldest arrest, and your youngest arrest that you made. And what was it for?




    This should be pretty interesting.

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    arrests

    8 years old for battery....76 year old man for domestic battery....(guess he couldn't find his viagra and got ****ed.)

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    • #3
      nothing to see here
      Last edited by olnacl; 05-18-2006, 02:51 PM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by olnacl
        78 year old male for 7 felony warrants from 7 different counties. All the warrants were for fraud.
        I'm sure it was just a misunderstanding.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by 72na55
          8 years old for battery....76 year old man for domestic battery....(guess he couldn't find his viagra and got ****ed.)
          WTF?? 8 years old?? Battery??
          When I'll be the girl that you love, you'll be the boy that I hate...

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          • #6
            82 year old for communicating threats (on view), resist delay or obstruct (on view) and that same person for similar charges on warrants his neighbors had taken. I had left a message for him on the warrants and he came down to the Sheriff's Office where I served him and he was released on unsecure bond. The second time I arrested him he and his family were stirring up a big bru ha ha with the neighbors and when I got there he heads into his trailer and tells me as he goes that he's "got something for me." Of course he pulled a Fred Sanford (in other words feigned a heart attack) when I got him down to the Sheriff's Office and I sent him packing to the hospital in an ambulance. I met him at the ER an hour later where he was doing just fine and gave him his citation for those charges. You should have seen the newspaper articles and the dog and pony show at trial on that one.

            The resist charge came from him not stopping when I told him to stop because he was under arrest when he communicated the threat, but there was no physical resistance. He had complied once I entered his trailer and told him to put his hands behind his back. At the trial though he had pictures of some unfinished wood that he had put around the frame of his door. He claimed that I had kicked his door in (no pictures of a damaged door mind you) and came inside, struck his wife in the stomach with a "billy club" and that she coughed up blood for 3 days. He also gave them this sob story about how we wouldn't let him have his nitroglycerin and that we left him lying on the pavement with his hands cuffed behind his back when in all reality the cuffs had come off, he had my raincoat under his head, and I got his pill bottle out and put one in his hand, which he took. This guy has run for county commissioner several times and has also been charged with molesting his children, though never convicted. He's a real peach.

            The youngest I've ever arrested I believe was about 12-13 years old. He hit his mother in the head with a board.

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            • #7
              RDO from him saying"I got something for you" Here in Onslow County if they dont name a specific act(I am gonna hit you upside your head with this brick)the Magistrates wont give you RDO. My first dept was in Jones County and if you got roughed up serving a warrant if you wanted to charge RDO you better give him his pink copy before you took him before the Mag because they would have told you thats part of serving a warrant. What magical county do you work in? I need to relocate...lol

              Magistrates are for the most part morons(my opinion). We got one that wont respond to you if you dont call him judge or your honor
              Thus the wise win before the fight, while the ignorant fight to win

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              • #8
                Oldest was a guy in his late 70's, he was an old B&E man with a criminal history going back to the 1930's.
                Talk sense to a fool, and he will call you foolish - Euripides

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                • #9
                  Arrested the following:

                  8 year old for Housebreaking, he was wanted on abot 20 dockets of housebreaking and theft.

                  12 year old boy for rape, when we found out how old he was we were all shocked.

                  Scary aint it
                  If you run, you'll only go to jail tired

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Mike G from NC
                    RDO from him saying"I got something for you" Here in Onslow County if they dont name a specific act(I am gonna hit you upside your head with this brick)the Magistrates wont give you RDO. My first dept was in Jones County and if you got roughed up serving a warrant if you wanted to charge RDO you better give him his pink copy before you took him before the Mag because they would have told you thats part of serving a warrant. What magical county do you work in? I need to relocate...lol

                    Magistrates are for the most part morons(my opinion). We got one that wont respond to you if you dont call him judge or your honor

                    Well, you can always wait until he grabs his 12 gauge and starts slinging lead at you to see how that works out before you do something.......... (and trust me, that was exactly how this man intended the threat to be taken). If the magistrate won't issue a magistrate's order, I'll just give them their citation, unarrest them, and send them on their happy way. But it's going to take them a while to walk back home to get hold of that shotgun, and I'm going to be well out of range by the time he gets there. Then the magistrate can worry about what he does to the neighbors after he cut him loose.

                    And there's nothing magical here. I've worked in one county where the magistrates were very good and would give you a warrant without argument when you stated your probable cause, but the district court judges and DA were ridiculous (and probably corrupt) and let people walk on good solid charges. I work in a county now where the magistrates are 1) dumb, and don't know the law (you have to explain and show them the part about "shall" arrest on a 50-B as opposed to possibly can, or probably might oughta) and 2) bleeding heart liberals that want to hold a trial right then and there and play judge and defense attorney all rolled into one. But if you manage to get past the magistrates there the DA and the judges are super.

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                    • #11
                      14 years old for D.U.I., she blew a .210
                      87 years old for D.U.I., Poss Of Marijuana and Cocaine
                      Zuko PlumItalic

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                      • #12
                        I dont think we could arrest someone under 10 in PA, they cant be held legally liabble.
                        My oldest arrest was for Disordely and hitting ME. SHe was intox. and about 69 I think. It was 10 yrs ago, she failed to appear at the hearing and I saw her sitting downtown one day and ARESTED her AGAIN
                        I had some DUIs around the 65 mark but no one in their 70s.
                        I got nothing for now

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                        • #13
                          Youngest = 8 , for "Pilferage (Theft from Customs Custody)
                          Oldest = 82 Smuggling the phoney cancer cure 'Wobe Mugos'
                          "A man who has nothing which he cares about more than he does about his personal safety is a miserable creature who has no chance of being free, unless made and kept so by the existing of better men than himself."
                          John Stuart Mill

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                          • #14
                            Another question.....

                            what about a stubborn 75 year old man with an expired drivers license from 20 years ago. (he still thinks its valid...aaaaagggh). He is a stroke victim and stubborn as a mule.
                            What if he was involved in an accicent, killing someone? Would you cuff him to take him even though he is paralyzed on one side of his body?

                            What type of punishment are we looking at here?

                            Feel free to ask questions before answering.....I have been meaning to ask for awhile, but needed a door opened for me.

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                            • #15
                              Is he strong enough to pull the trigger on a gun? HE GETS CUFFED!
                              I arrested a mat wit (material witness) who was in a full body cast. He had evaded us for a year. He got cuffed too. No one is too old or too young to get cuffed.
                              Last edited by Sleuth; 07-25-2005, 02:34 PM.
                              "A man who has nothing which he cares about more than he does about his personal safety is a miserable creature who has no chance of being free, unless made and kept so by the existing of better men than himself."
                              John Stuart Mill

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