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  • #61
    Indianaguy,
    Let me attempt once more.
    She was not arrested.
    She had to be processed for prints, shoe prints, personal identifiers, etc.
    She had to be included in the case being investigated because according to law she had entered a clearly marked crime scene complete with cops, cop cars, Flashy lighty thingies on top of the cop cars, yellow tape, (with or without printing on it) establishing the perimeter of the no badgy no crossy. The perimeter is usually greater than the perceived crime scene at the time but who knows, she could have been standing, waddling, on the only peice of evidence connecting someone to the scene.

    However doubtful, she could have been asked, paid, etc to distract, contaminate, disrupt, the officers and the scene. As stated, the defense attorneys will have a field day because some officer was not watching a clearly defined area complete with cops, cop cars, Flashy lighty thingies on top of the cop cars, yellow tape, (with or without printing on it).

    Your weak point of she didn't know it was crime scene tape because it had nothing printed on it was just that, weak.

    Your point of criminal record because of being stupid was just that, stupid. SHE WAS NOT ARRESTED. She has no criminal record. If she was arrested for contaminating the scene, she will have a record, period.

    Now, if you want to continue to be slammed because of your defending the weak points in your posts, be my guest. Don't expect anything but what you are getting now as far as responses.

    Have a nice day.
    Pete Malloy, "The only thing black and white about this job is the car."

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    • #62
      Originally posted by IndianaGuy
      OK I GUESS I HAVE TO MAKE THIS IN ALL CAPS ALSO, I NEVER AND I REPEAT NEVER SAID ANYTHING TO THE CONTRARY ABOUT HER BEING DETAINED OR ARRESTED I NEVER SAID SHE WAS, WHY DO YOU WANT TO PUT WORDS IN MY POSTS?
      I think you need to go back and re-read the thread before you make another uninformed statement about what I did or didnt say or state.
      Look as I have said in NUMEROUS posts I agreed with the police in this case, I agreed that she should have been processed, she should have been detained and questioned all I stated was an opinion about putting a record on someone for the rest of their lives for doing a stupid and boneheaded move.
      I think you people need to step back, take a deep breath, and drink a beer or two and chill out. Lord you are NOT at work, all you are doing is sitting in front of a computer and communicating via a online forum.

      IndianaGuy
      Jeeze
      I didn't say in this thread or any other thread anything about how you felt about her being arrested or not. Others may have, I have not.

      All you said and have repeated ad nauseum is having a criminal record for being stupid is harsh. Calm down, you are the one putting words in my posts.
      Re-read my posts.

      Weak point number 1

      Originally posted by IndianaGuy
      Any why would that be? Only because she upset you by crossing the crime scene tape? And yea IMHO it is a little much to put a record on someone because all they wanted to do was check on their personal property. Yes we all know she was a dips*** by crossing, and she should have asked someone instead of just crossing, BUT, and I have watched the video some more, I dont see ANYWHERE where it states CRIME SCENE, STAY OUT, FIRE SCENE, or anything at all, nothing more than just some yellow tape strung up. How could one reasonably be expected to know it is a police crime scene unless it is clearly marked. I am not saying she didnt screw up, I agree she did, but how was she to know it was a crime scene without there being any markings?

      IndianaGuy
      What do you think the yellow tape was for?

      She didn't just stumble upon the tape while walking back to her car. H'mmm what is this tape doing here?

      She was outside of the beauty shop in the middle of her treatment. She knew exactly there were police cars and police, and police yellow tape there. The commotion interupted her hair appointment. She crossed the damn yellow tape because the law did not apply to her. She was going to get her car and that was it.
      Pete Malloy, "The only thing black and white about this job is the car."

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      • #63
        Originally posted by IndianaGuy
        I have to disagree with your thought process on making stupid decisions. Bad people are going to be bad because they WANT to do wrong. We as normal people think they may have made a stupid decision, but the bad guy didnt care one way or an other about the decisions they have made.

        Do people NOT commit robbery because of a law forbidding it? Nope, they dont because they are inherently a good person. There has NEVER been a single law created that has ever reduced crime based on a person deciding to not commit a crime because of the repercussions of committing that crime.

        Now yes, the woman was in the wrong, and stupid and should have known better, BUT she also shouldnt have to deal with a record that will follow her around the rest of her life because she was stupid. Should my medical insurance not pay for my broken leg because I was stupid and kicked a football all jacked up and broke it? I think not.

        IndianaGuy
        Ignorance is not an excuse for breaking the law. That's why I said what I said about your comment. People use ignorance as an excuse for anything and everything - even when they know they weren't supposed to do something. I have no sympathy for her if she is charged with a crime and has to live with her stupid decision being on her record. Oh well. Now she'll know better next time not to ignore yellow taped off areas. It's called common sense. Use it. Someone like yourself who supposedly has common sense defending her actions is not needed. There are thousands of morons out there with zero common sense who will be on her side if/when she needs it; she doesn't need you in her corner. And the complete lack of common sense coupled with the complete lack of personal responsibility is what's ruining this country.
        Originally posted by RSGSRT
        We've reached a point where natural selection doesn't have a chance in hell of keeping up with the procreation of imbeciles.
        Why is it acceptable for you to be an idiot, but not acceptable for me to point it out?

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        • #64
          I relize we are in the 'hug a thug' era. But I dont feel the cops were rude...

          The idiot went inside a crime scene and started tampering with stuff! I dont know what type of crime scene it was. But her bone headed move could be the the reason a criminal gets his/her charges dismissed. Keep in mind it could be a murder investigation, rape, or both. The woman should get charged with something...
          Last edited by DeputySC; 05-01-2011, 01:45 PM.

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          • #65
            @Dingo990
            I don't think gatecrashing the royal wedding would really pass for a crime that you might potentially be arrested for. We don't really know many lunatics down here that would do that anyway. However, if we do have someone wandering into the royal wedding, I think the British police would not scream across at them to get out, they would probably promptly walk them out and maybe laugh about it later. UK police are patient and tactful people.

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            • #66
              Originally posted by jessjones17 View Post
              @Dingo990
              I don't think gatecrashing the royal wedding would really pass for a crime that you might potentially be arrested for. We don't really know many lunatics down here that would do that anyway. However, if we do have someone wandering into the royal wedding, I think the British police would not scream across at them to get out, they would probably promptly walk them out and maybe laugh about it later. UK police are patient and tactful people.
              The Royal Wedding wasn't a crime scene...two totally different things.

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              • #67
                Originally posted by IndianaGuy
                She was LOOKING at her car. Yea stupid, but I dont think hardly criminal.

                IndianaGuy

                Actually... in the Commonwealth of Virginia, it is criminal.


                § 18.2-414.2. Crossing established police lines, perimeters or barricades.

                It shall be unlawful for any person to cross or remain within police lines or barricades which have been established pursuant to § 15.2-1714 without proper authorization.

                Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a Class 3 misdemeanor.

                (1984, c. 533; 1990, c. 327.)



                But thanks for playing Indianaguy, better luck next time!
                Last edited by Street_Cop50; 05-01-2011, 05:31 PM.
                Look sharp, act sharp, be sharp.

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by HotSoup View Post
                  The Royal Wedding wasn't a crime scene...two totally different things.
                  Never said it was a crime scene..But the dingo guy thinks it was one. If you look at his post, he says, "I wonder how the UK police would react if someone wandered into the royal wedding." And I told him what you're telling me now - that it wasn't crime scene so the UK police wouldn't flip out over it.

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by jessjones17 View Post
                    @Dingo990
                    I don't think gatecrashing the royal wedding would really pass for a crime that you might potentially be arrested for. We don't really know many lunatics down here that would do that anyway. However, if we do have someone wandering into the royal wedding, I think the British police would not scream across at them to get out, they would probably promptly walk them out and maybe laugh about it later. UK police are patient and tactful people.
                    In 1973 I was a teenager in London and I was standing near Buckingham Palace as the Queen's Carriage, preceded by the Life Guard on horseback, was rolling up. There was a guy in front shouting "make way for the Queen" repeatedly. Anyone who had failed to do so would have been first glared at, then sternly confronted at point of sword, by a Life Guard member.

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                    • #70
                      the first officer should have just did this..


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