Your Ridiculous Police Stop Stories

Jul 13, 2006
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I know Police have their place but sometimes they are just fucking annoying with their nannying and attitudes. Add your bullshit stories of when you were fucked with by police. Here's mine from today:

Earlier today I was sitting in a public parking lot (a University lot) in my city while talking on the phone with my brother.

I was the only vehicle in the empty part of the lot with my lights turned on with the replay of O&A turned on. So, then I see this cop car come down the road and pull into the lot with me about 75 yards away facing in my direction(monitoring and calling for backup).

Well, I was like, "OK I know this will spur the bitch on but I'm going to roll my window up and just fucking roll out." I was right, the cunt came over to me and horseshoed behind me and turned on her lights. I told my brother that I was being pulled over and got off of the phone with him and then turned off my truck.

The chick walked up to me with her hand on her gun and asked what I was doing in the parking lot and then informed me that there have been calls about break-ins at the parking lot. I told her why I was there and then she asked for my license. I gave it to her and then she asked if I had my pistol on me (She asked because I must keep my Concealed Handgun License paired with my Drivers License) and I told her no because I had left it at home.

Then without any other discussion she asked me to step out of my vehicle. That's something that I haven't been asked for a long time and it aggravated me because it insinuates that I've done something wrong.

I comply and I step out and then she asked to pat me down, and I allow her while telling her," I told you that I'm not carrying my pistol." Then she asks if she can search my vehicle and THIS is when my mood really changes.

I tell her, "You've got no reason to ask me that. I don't have anything stolen in my truck." She then asks if I have anything in there that she should know about and I just told her that I have a couple of rifles (I forgot that I had a pistol with loaded 30rd magazines in a case in my travel bag).

She gets a little bit testy and finally asks, "So, is that a yes or no?" and I told her that it's a NO because there is no reason for it.

While she is in the car calling dispatch her backup is standing about ten feet away watching me in his periphery focusing in on the skyline like he's trying to ignore me.

Guess what? I check out, of course, and she marches back to me handing me a slip of paper with her name on it incase I want to request a copy of the incident report and then tells me she's letting me go.



How fucking RIDICULOUS is that shit? I can't sit in a parking lot in my vehicle on the phone without having a cop ask to search my fucking vehicle? I didn't know it was suspicious to be sitting there with your headlights turned on (the sun was setting) with your window rolled down and being the only vehicle on your half of the parking lot. Hell, does some white guy with a beard and a straw cowboy hat sound like someone going around breaking into cars? It was just fucking ridiculous and a waste of my time.

Maybe I should send Officer Dycus (no shit) a penned letter of appreciation for protecting me and watching out for me while off handedly accusing me of being a criminal. I don't know what I'd do if I didn't have someone like her keeping tabs and making sure I wasn't hurting myself.
 
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Did she also say, 'Do not try me tonight young boy?'
 
Jul 13, 2006
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Did she also say, 'Do not try me tonight young boy?'
No, the chick was younger than I am. She looked to be like 22 or so years old. I'm thinking she is a fucking rookie that is new to being out on her own and was just asking to see how much she could get away with. I wasn't about to let her search my vehicle and have me sitting there for an hour+ because I had a semi-automatic sniper rifle, a tactical shotgun(the one as my avatar) and an assault rifle along with a pistol that I'm sure she would want to call in to dispatch to see if the serial numbers were clean.
 

Polack

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My friends are all cops, my uncle is a cop and my neighbor was the sheriff for twenty years. The only thing better than hearing horror stories from people about cops is cops telling me stories about grown men crying to get out of tickets so they can keep their licenses. And the stories about how chicks will show vag to get out of anything.
 

seeinred

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That is most definitely bullshit. I'll add a story too, although it happened to my friend, not me. A few years ago, my buddy took his 16 year old sister's brand new BMW out for a spin. He was obeying all traffic laws I guess, but a cop started tailing him and finally pulled him over. He came up to the window, went through the normal spiel, and said "you know what you did wrong." My friend assured the officer that he was not aware of any wrongdoing on his part.

The officer went back to his car, checked everything out, and said, "Is this daddy's car?" Just trying to be a dick I guess. So my friend, who wasn't pleased at this point said, "no, actually my 16 year old sister got it for her birthday." The officer didn't really like that and made him follow him back to the station, where he made him wait for an hour or so, said "I didn't like the way you were driving" and then let him go.
 

Creampier

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I was driving out to Harrisburg, PA late one night to go out to a project there for my engineering firm. I was on Route 28 at the very end, by Raritan Valley Community College, for all the Jersey locals here. There's a stop sign that leads you onto Route 22. Being that there was nobody coming for 4 miles at 1:20AM, I did a rolling stop and accelerated onto the highway.

This cop was sitting in an abandoned restaurant parking lot and pulled me over. In the usual smarmy cocksucker cop voice "Is there any reason that I should know about why you blew through that stop sign?!"

I simply stated... there was NOBODY coming that direction for MILES!! He cut me a break and gave me an "Unclear license plate" ticket, which carries no points on the license, but was still $54!!

Unbelievable!! There's drunks all over the fucking place driving that time of night, and this joker's busting my white law abiding ass for going through a stop sign?! Worthless bastard! A real credit to the force you are!!
 

abudabit

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Not a police stop story but....

my friend had a pound of bud and 2 playstations (this was back when playstation was fairly new) stolen by the police. But on the plus side he didn't have to get reported.
 

Hey_Asshole

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My wife (girlfriend at the time) and I were on the way to my friends house one night. On the way there, we got in a little argument. There was a park nearby and I pulled over (right in front of a Crime Watch sign) so that we could work things out before showing up at my friends with her all pissed off and crying. Well we worked things out and just as I was getting ready to pull out this cop came flying over the horizon with his lights and spotlight on. He pulls a u-turn and pulls up behind me. He gets out, asks for my info and my wifes, and proceeds to tell me that I am trespassing. I explained to him why I had pulled over and he noticed that my wife has been crying and asks her to step out of the vehicle. He proceeds to have a little discussion with her, my window was down so I could hear. He starts asking her if I hit or beat her, if she was scared of me, if she wanted him to take her home all that shit. My wife assures him she is ok, but he asked for her home phone number and what time she would be home so that he could call and make sure she got home all right???? She gets back in and he tells me to leave the area or I will get a ticket for trespassing and that was that. Later that night my wife told me that when she was talking to the cop, she was still a little upset with me and when the cop asked her if I had hit her the thought had crossed her mind to tell him yes!


On a side note. A couple of weeks ago I went through a sobriety check. I had my licensed pistol laying on the passenger side seat. I am sure the cops saw, they had flashlights shining all in the car, but they didn't even bat any eye. Thats gotta be a first.
 

WhiskeyWhispers

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Oh god, I could write a book...
x 2,000

I think I may really be black, at least when I was a teenager.

I have had cops threaten to shove their nightstick up my ass (years before Abner Louima), been arrested for hanging out on Main Street and told not to hang out in my own town anymore (what?!?), been called every kind of demeaning term while in the police station (only to have the smiles turn on and 'not a big deal' attitude when the parents came), arrested for shit I didn't do and not allowed to tell my side of the story, arrested for drinking while the entire fucking football team is partying on the other side of the park, and on and on.
Cops made my life hell as a teenager.

Awww, babies got a ticky wicky. Are you kidding me?
 
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Boy do I have a story. Me and my partner were asked to come over to this cops house for dinner with he and his wife. We felt we didn't have much of a choice since he might have thrown our asses in jail in we didn't comply. Anyway, after some real uncomfortable situations in the house (his wife came on to me while she and I were in the kitchen) I told them we had to leave, my partner wasn't feeling well. Then it got really strange. They started asking us if we liked the way their house was furnished, did we like the food we were eating, the perfume and cologne they were wearing. We were like wtf? They proceeded to tell us they bought all their stuff from Confederated Products. In fact, they were the #5 largest distributors in the state closing in on #4. We were like "Are you selling us Amway?" The cop said "No, they're a totally different company and concept." Anyway, we're now reluctant salesmen for Confederated Products. If anyone wants to buy anything PM me.
 

d0uche_n0zzle

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Boy do I have a story. Me and my partner were asked to come over to this cops house for dinner with he and his wife. We felt we didn't have much of a choice since he might have thrown our asses in jail in we didn't comply. Anyway, after some real uncomfortable situations in the house (his wife came on to me while she and I were in the kitchen) I told them we had to leave, my partner wasn't feeling well. Then it got really strange. They started asking us if we liked the way their house was furnished, did we like the food we were eating, the perfume and cologne they were wearing. We were like wtf? They proceeded to tell us they bought all their stuff from Confederated Products. In fact, they were the #5 largest distributors in the state closing in on #4. We were like "Are you selling us Amway?" The cop said "No, they're a totally different company and concept." Anyway, we're now reluctant salesmen for Confederated Products. If anyone wants to buy anything PM me.
A GO! reference, NICE. :clap:
 

LZMF1

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got pulled over a few weeks ago 3 blocks away from my house. i was doing the speed limit and drinking a diet pepsi. so i'm driving along, pass a patrol car, come to a corner, put my turn signal on and came to a complete stop and made my turn. i went on my merry way only to see the cherries lit up behind me. i pull over and the officer walks up and asks me if i know why he pulled me over. i look at him and say no. he recognizes me and i could see the look of embarassment on his face. i then realize that he was a dude i went to high school with. as it turns out the poor guy saw me sipping my soda and thought i was drinking a coors light. i started laughing at him and asked him if he thought i'd be that stupid. he promptly apologized to me and left quickly.

i saw him at a local bar a few nights later and bought him a coors light and a diet pepsi. he got a chuckle out of it.
 
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Awww, babies got a ticky wicky. Are you kidding me?
I didn't get a ticket. If I had gotten a ticket then I'd be REALLY pissed and would fight whatever charges. I haven't had a ticket in years. Cops just let me go when they pull me over.
 

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I know Police have their place but sometimes they are just fucking annoying with their nannying and attitudes. Add your bullshit stories of when you were fucked with by police. Here's mine from today:

Earlier today I was sitting in a public parking lot (a University lot) in my city while talking on the phone with my brother.

I was the only vehicle in the empty part of the lot with my lights turned on with the replay of O&A turned on. So, then I see this cop car come down the road and pull into the lot with me about 75 yards away facing in my direction(monitoring and calling for backup).

Well, I was like, "OK I know this will spur the bitch on but I'm going to roll my window up and just fucking roll out." I was right, the cunt came over to me and horseshoed behind me and turned on her lights. I told my brother that I was being pulled over and got off of the phone with him and then turned off my truck.

The chick walked up to me with her hand on her gun and asked what I was doing in the parking lot and then informed me that there have been calls about break-ins at the parking lot. I told her why I was there and then she asked for my license. I gave it to her and then she asked if I had my pistol on me (She asked because I must keep my Concealed Handgun License paired with my Drivers License) and I told her no because I had left it at home.

Then without any other discussion she asked me to step out of my vehicle. That's something that I haven't been asked for a long time and it aggravated me because it insinuates that I've done something wrong.

I comply and I step out and then she asked to pat me down, and I allow her while telling her," I told you that I'm not carrying my pistol." Then she asks if she can search my vehicle and THIS is when my mood really changes.

I tell her, "You've got no reason to ask me that. I don't have anything stolen in my truck." She then asks if I have anything in there that she should know about and I just told her that I have a couple of rifles (I forgot that I had a pistol with loaded 30rd magazines in a case in my travel bag).

She gets a little bit testy and finally asks, "So, is that a yes or no?" and I told her that it's a NO because there is no reason for it.

While she is in the car calling dispatch her backup is standing about ten feet away watching me in his periphery focusing in on the skyline like he's trying to ignore me.

Guess what? I check out, of course, and she marches back to me handing me a slip of paper with her name on it incase I want to request a copy of the incident report and then tells me she's letting me go.



How fucking RIDICULOUS is that shit? I can't sit in a parking lot in my vehicle on the phone without having a cop ask to search my fucking vehicle? I didn't know it was suspicious to be sitting there with your headlights turned on (the sun was setting) with your window rolled down and being the only vehicle on your half of the parking lot. Hell, does some white guy with a beard and a straw cowboy hat sound like someone going around breaking into cars? It was just fucking ridiculous and a waste of my time.

Maybe I should send Officer Dycus (no shit) a penned letter of appreciation for protecting me and watching out for me while off handedly accusing me of being a criminal. I don't know what I'd do if I didn't have someone like her keeping tabs and making sure I wasn't hurting myself.
Dude... you are 'creepy way too into guns guy.'

Just sayin'.
 

Creasy Bear

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Dont be silly. It's a Constitutional Right to bear arms(possess/carry). There's nothing wrong with it and no one should be ashamed.
It's not a question of legality. It's the obsession angle. Anyone who "forgets" they are transporting a loaded 30 rd. pistol... well, that person is a goose. I'd urge you to be more mindful of your guns around children, but it's probably not necessary...

creepy way too into guns guys are generally your loner 'bachelor' types.
 

Cybouncer

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Dont be silly. It's a Constitutional Right to bear arms(possess/carry). There's nothing wrong with it and no one should be ashamed.
I'm with you bro but unless you were coming back from shooting, that is A LOT of firepower to just keep in your car.:action-sm
 

Creasy Bear

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I'm with you bro but unless you were coming back from shooting, that is A LOT of firepower to just keep in your car.:action-sm
A couple of rifles, a loaded, large-capacity pistol, and I'm sure you had a shit load of ammo for all... that's the way creepy way too into guns guys usually roll... and you're parked on a college campus? :icon_eek:

Where have I heard this story before?

 

WhiskeyWhispers

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I didn't get a ticket. If I had gotten a ticket then I'd be REALLY pissed and would fight whatever charges. I haven't had a ticket in years. Cops just let me go when they pull me over.
Wasn't referring to you in particular, just saying I have had to deal with some prick cops in my day and got a lot more than just an attitude from them. When they are squishing your face against the hood and slamming cuffs on you, that's a run in with police.

Not bashing cops either, I've known some pretty cool cops, its just that the couldn't-cut-it-as-a-jock-and-are-too-stupid-to-do-anything-else-so-they
-join-the-force-to-flex-their-muscles-and-talk-to-people-like-they-are-dogshit fuckfaces sorta roooooon it for the decent ones.
 

Myhairygrundle

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When she asked to search your car you should have said,

"Sorry sugar-tits, but the 4th ammendment allows me to decline." Then ask if you are free to go.


.
 

flyerfan116

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Boy do I have a story. Me and my partner were asked to come over to this cops house for dinner with he and his wife. We felt we didn't have much of a choice since he might have thrown our asses in jail in we didn't comply. Anyway, after some real uncomfortable situations in the house (his wife came on to me while she and I were in the kitchen) I told them we had to leave, my partner wasn't feeling well. Then it got really strange. They started asking us if we liked the way their house was furnished, did we like the food we were eating, the perfume and cologne they were wearing. We were like wtf? They proceeded to tell us they bought all their stuff from Confederated Products. In fact, they were the #5 largest distributors in the state closing in on #4. We were like "Are you selling us Amway?" The cop said "No, they're a totally different company and concept." Anyway, we're now reluctant salesmen for Confederated Products. If anyone wants to buy anything PM me.

:clap::clap::clap:

Nice reference had me going there for a minute...I was reading thinking to myself ...I said self, 'Is wes really coming out to wackbag? Does he realize how brutul this will be?' Then I read and realized you were just being a silly goose
 
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It's not a question of legality. It's the obsession angle. Anyone who "forgets" they are transporting a loaded 30 rd. pistol... well, that person is a goose. I'd urge you to be more mindful of your guns around children, but it's probably not necessary...

creepy way too into guns guys are generally your loner 'bachelor' types.
Well I had a few firearms packed in my truck to take to my farm but unfortunately I didn't get my usual days off from work this week and I have to be there for at least 11 days without my scheduled time off because we have a lot of shit going on.

So, the shit was just still in my truck. And I didn't say the pistol was loaded. It just is in an aluminum case with two 30rd, one 15rd and two 10rd magazines with it.

I don't know, maybe I just don't think the whole thing about guns is as big of a deal as many people think. They are just things to have around to go have fun with at the shooting range or when I make a trip (twice a month) to the farm.

I can understand your concern though after thinking about it for a second. I could see that some people might be a little alarmed that someone proficient with firearms has approx 2,000 rounds of ammunition in steel ammo cases in the back seat.

But hey, I dont usually have the shit in my truck. It's just what I take on my trips.
 
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Where have I heard this story before?

That chink had pussy pistols just so you know. He was really a dipshit. I hate it when dumb fucks like him that are pissed a a chick for turning him down and then goes on a shooting spree.

He makes trouble for all of us non-crazy gun enthusiasts.