Lake County sherrif

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Lake County sherrif

Postby David » Tue Oct 06, 2015 7:45 pm

My wife was pulled over driving my car last week. She was going 78 in a 60 in Perry. Deputy came up to three passenger side and asked my wife ID. She handed it over and walked back to his car for just a few seconds. He walked back up and asked who is through firefighter? She stated my husband and asked who the car is registered to, she again answered my husband. He handed her ID back and told her to thank me for getting her out of a ticket. Advised her to slow down and went on his way. He never questioned the CHL hit on my tag.
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Re: Lake County sherrif

Postby CroManGun » Tue Oct 06, 2015 11:09 pm

I had an ex-girlfriend who drove like that with my car; that's why she's an ex. :wink:
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Re: Lake County sherrif

Postby WayneB » Mon Oct 12, 2015 6:22 pm

David wrote:My wife was pulled over driving my car last week. She was going 78 in a 60 in Perry. Deputy came up to three passenger side and asked my wife ID. She handed it over and walked back to his car for just a few seconds. He walked back up and asked who is through firefighter? She stated my husband and asked who the car is registered to, she again answered my husband. He handed her ID back and told her to thank me for getting her out of a ticket. Advised her to slow down and went on his way. He never questioned the CHL hit on my tag.

Officer discretion n all that. I know a firefighter that was pulled over and given a ticket for not "slowing up" (stopping) enough at a yield - even though nothing was coming. He asked for any professional courtesy (since a black mark on a driving record could be a hindrance to driving squads, etc.) and was told that if that was what he was concerned about he should "obey the law".

(I've never had to stop at a yield when nothing was coming -- or the other car was clearly far enough away.........) -- sometimes, a ticket is going to be written. It's just a matter of who's next.
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