State Trooper Draws Gun On Undercover Cops, Profanity Laced Argument Ensues

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video obtained 8/29/13 really heats up around 6:30

NEW JERSEY - An angry confrontation between a New Jersey State trooper and local police officers was all caught on camera.

It was an embarrassing verbal slugfest and a turf war between cops.

The anger, the swearing, and a gun pulled from a holster, all played out on the New Jersey Turnpike in front of two suspects pulled over by a plain clothes policeman.

The state trooper who confronts the undercover cop was skeptical about the whole thing.

That's when the fur flies.

It's all about perception; plainclothes cops were outraged that a fellow officer, a state trooper, pulled a gun on them.

The trooper claims he was just being cautious.

The result was an ugly confrontation.

The fallout was that two Bergen County Police Officers were disciplined.

The confrontation, first obtained by Cliffviewpilot, begins when a New Jersey State trooper, Jeremy Mickewicz, unholsters his gun as he approaches an unmarked police van with police lights that has stopped a car on the Turnpike in Leonia, New Jersey.

Bergen County Police Officer Robert Douboue sees the gun.

"I want to see your ID," Mickewicz said.

"I'm county police. Don't pull your weapon, brother," Douboue said.

"Shut your *expletive* mouth, I'll do it if I want to," Mickewicz said.

State police say the trooper was responding to a series of carjackings where robbers posed as undercover officers, but the war of words escalated over the pulled gun.

"You better have a good reason why you are whipping out your weapon," Douboue said.

"I do. Armed robbery," Mickewicz said.

At one point, the trooper pushes the cop, and it gets even more heated when Bergen County Police Sergeant Gabriel Escobar arrives.

"Shut your *expletive* mouth. Get out of my *expletive* face," Escobar said.

"You don't know what's going on out there. You didn't give me an *expletive* chance," Mickewicz said.

"You pulled an *expletive* gun on me, you scumbag. If you weren't in uniform, I'd wipe the street with you," Douboue said.

All of this happened, as two suspects pulled over by the Bergen County Police Officer sat in their car.

"You pulled a *expletive* gun on me, you are the *expletive* police, you scumbag. You have my ID. If I pulled my gun on you, how would you feel, if I pulled my gun on you, how would you feel?" Douboue said.

"I've tried to explain this to you. We've had a rash of them the past month, a rash of three of police impersonators," Mickewicz said.

"Arrest the police impersonators, so don't come out here *expletive* rocking a *expletive* uniform pretending that you are better than anyone," Douboue said.

The Superintendent of the State police said he stands firmly behind the actions of the trooper.

The Chief of the Bergen County Police made a comment about his officers.

"I think they could have handled it differently," Chief Brian Higgins, of the Bergen County Police said, "I understand they were angry, to have a gun pulled out at you by a fellow officer. The actions of our officers and the words they used are not part of our procedure, but they're human, it's been addressed, I can tell you that."
 

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I'd hate to have been anyone he stopped that day. You know he didn't hand out any warnings.
 

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That trooper looks he just needs a pat on the back. That's a good boy, who's a good boy, you are.. yes you are.
 

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The trooper claims he was just being cautious.
"I want to see your ID," Mickewicz said.

"I'm county police. Don't pull your weapon, brother," Douboue said.

"Shut your *expletive* mouth, I'll do it if I want to," Mickewicz said.
Yep. Definitely being cautious.
 

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I'm just gonna throw this out there especially as a former jersey cop. Jersey cops are a different breed of cat. They are also on the turnpike which is State Trooper territory. They should've had someone make notifications once the traffic was initiated. It wouldn't have been hard. The trooper was in the right. Fuck those Bergen county cops. Most Jersey cops are arrogant fucks but fiercely loyal to one another, it truly is a weird place to work. All that cursing and stuff is how we communicate in the good old Garden State. It is still hard to talk without every other word being "fuck". My jersey accent comes out when angry or intoxicated. NJ State Troopers are a unique bunch as well. Very militaristic and also can be very intimidating. They are mostly all built the same way (6'0 or better and jacked)and they all look intimidating in their uniform. Very rarely will they look like shit in uniform.

Jersey is a different planet.
 

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I'm just gonna throw this out there especially as a former jersey cop. Jersey cops are a different breed of cat. They are also on the turnpike which is State Trooper territory. They should've had someone make notifications once the traffic was initiated. It wouldn't have been hard. The trooper was in the right. Fuck those Bergen county cops. Most Jersey cops are arrogant fucks but fiercely loyal to one another, it truly is a weird place to work. All that cursing and stuff is how we communicate in the good old Garden State. It is still hard to talk without every other word being "fuck". My jersey accent comes out when angry or intoxicated. NJ State Troopers are a unique bunch as well. Very militaristic and also can be very intimidating. They are mostly all built the same way (6'0 or better and jacked)and they all look intimidating in their uniform. Very rarely will they look like shit in uniform.

Jersey is a different planet.
Even civilians in jersey say fuck a fucking shit ton. Its not a cop thing its a jersey thing. However thats about the only thing north and south jersey have in common. We should be 2 separate states
 

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"I think they could have handled it differently," Chief Brian Higgins, of the Bergen County Police said
So, he thinks there were other options. Not completely convinced yet, though.
Apparently there is still room to consider this the correct police protocol.
 

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So, he thinks there were other options. Not completely convinced yet, though.
Apparently there is still room to consider this the correct police protocol.
He's not gonna come right out and not
Back his guys. They probably got a slap on the wrist, no major discipline.
 

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Even civilians in jersey say fuck a fucking shit ton. Its not a cop thing its a jersey thing. However thats about the only thing north and south jersey have in common. We should be 2 separate states

I know it's not just a cop thing and that the majority of people in Jersey speak like that.

It is a different state once you get as far south as Cherry Hill or some of those small towns outside Fort Dix area (shamung and other small farm towns) and out west towards White House. For a long time the North Jersey people have headed towards the shore and also towards Sussex county (Vernon, etc).

A lot are now moving to Charlotte area and parts south.
 

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I know it's not just a cop thing and that the majority of people in Jersey speak like that.

It is a different state once you get as far south as Cherry Hill or some of those small towns outside Fort Dix area (shamung and other small farm towns)
Yes I know. I live in one its called Hammonton
 

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why did the fucking town clow need to open up the hatch and show his tatical gear?

wtf does that prove? my cock is bigger then yours mentality?
 

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all played out on the New Jersey Turnpike in front of two suspects pulled over by a plain clothes policeman.
It would have been great to have the front row seat.
 

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I'd say these guys are all assholes because they're cops, but it's more likely that they're all assholes because they're from New Jersey.
 

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Why do people make videos of themselves talking about shit? As much as I agree with this guy, I don't care what he thinks.
 

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Why do people make videos of themselves talking about shit? As much as I agree with this guy, I don't care what he thinks.
Maybe they don't have a radio show?



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It would have been better if they started shooting at each other. Also welcome to the world of law abiding gun owners coppers I hope one sees this and realizes This is what it feels like to be treated like a criminal
 

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it reminds me of this retard.
I love that guy. I mean he's a bit over the top but when all the anti-gun assholes went after his job because of his belief in the Second Amendment and his potty mouth he told them to fuck off and that he expects to lose his job. It's easy to have your beliefs as an anonymous message board poster. It takes alot more conviction to give up your job for them.
 

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I love that guy. I mean he's a bit over the top but when all the anti-gun assholes went after his job because of his belief in the Second Amendment and his potty mouth he told them to fuck off and that he expects to lose his job. It's easy to have your beliefs as an anonymous message board poster. It takes alot more conviction to give up your job for them.
I hate him because he is making his fellow police officers look like fools.