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Old 10-01-2000, 01:26 AM   #1
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Talking OT: Funny cop stories...

After reading some of the responces from my last poll: # of times pulled over, I noticed alot of people wanted to share some ammusing cop-encounters... So I posted this subject.

Well, Since ive never actually met a cop on the road that had any interest in me, Ill post one of my crazy cousins stories:

It was a rainy day, and he was driving his late '80's sentra on an off ramp bridge type thingy that curved around. He started to loose control, and sliped off the road onto the shoulder and slid... right into a parked cop car. Needless to say, he got a ticket


Anyway, I'd like to see some good ones so everyone can get a nice chuckle out of it like I did from T-WRX's dads Porsche vs. Cop's story
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Old 10-01-2000, 01:28 AM   #2
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A cop pulled me over for doing 102 in an 85 zone, wrote me up a ticket and forgot to give it to me. Needless to say, I got away clean. That guy was a dumbass.....thankfully.
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Old 10-01-2000, 07:38 AM   #3
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From the last thread, it looks like only ARG has more speeding tickets than me. YES! U S A! U S A! D'oh!

Funniest story? In '92 I am coming home from a relative's b-day party. It was about midnight, and I decide to slalom through my windy tree-lined neighborhood.

I park the car in the driveway, and start unpacking some stuff from the trunk. After the second trip back to the car, a cop pulls up, and turns on the rollers.

"You are going to lose your liscense! You are going to jail! I couldn't keep up with you back there, you were going so fast."

He is screaming mad, and beet red. I am wetting my pants.

My mom is awakened by his yelling and comes outside while he is giving me a DUI test with his penlight (only had 1 beer - WTF?!).

She starts screaming at the cop to get off our property, to stop waking people up in the middle of the night, and then starts to lecture him on use of language and manners. I thought we were BOTH going to jail!

Then the cop says, "You are lucky - I just got another call. Don't ever let me catch you speeding again!" and RUNS to his patrol car.

My mom winked at me, "You owe me one."

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Old 10-01-2000, 08:11 AM   #4
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I was driving in Merrimack NH, my hometown. They were getting ready to paint the lines on Naticook rd and had set out some cones just to the right of the double yellow lines. I had just picked up a 1997 Honda Accord (brick) a few weeks earlier and was *ahem* interested in checking out the handling of the suspension. I figured that they hadn't started spraying the paint yet, and there was no one in sight, so I started slaloming the cones. Down the first hill, through a little left hand turn, and up the next hill to the peak. Well what do ya know but one of Merrimack's finest was standing in the middle of the road watching me the whole time. He saw everything. I figured I'd get driving to endanger or something of the sort but he just kind of smiled and told me to be more observant next time.

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Old 10-01-2000, 08:16 AM   #5
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Ahhhhh Merrimack. "30 mph or bust." Hehe. That's pretty funny!

And T-WRX... I'm lovin' your Mom, dude!

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Old 10-01-2000, 09:12 AM   #6
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When I lived in NY, my brother used to have to drive for 4 hours to get back to college from the weekend breaks. We lived in upstate so 4 feet of snow overnight was not that big a thing. So anyway, he drove a boat. '78 buick century, with the big A** 350 chevy in it. rear wheel drive. He's not that great a driver and I was always expecting him to put the thing in the ditch. Wo one day he's flying up the highway. It's snowing pretty good. He sees flashing cop lights up ahead. He gets nervous and hits the brakes a little to hard....On his second 360 he hit the cop car's back corner with his driver side door. After he got out the female trooper crawled out of the median's 3 and half feet deep snow bank. She had dove to miss the collision. She was pissed. She was covered in snow! The troopers car was totaled and all he needed was a new door! They don't make 'em like they used to! By the way my brother has been to so many of those driver courses that he can almost teach the class now.......
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Old 10-01-2000, 09:49 AM   #7
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He go to Cornell by any chance? Sounds like it. Tsk, those crazy Ivy Leaguers. Smart as hell, but not too wise. (hehe)

That's nuts, man. I did a 180 in the snow once, hit a snow bank and freaked out an old couple in a Buick... but it didn't involve police.

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Old 10-01-2000, 09:58 AM   #8
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Well even though I've never been pulled over I do one cop story. It was late, 11:30 or so, and I for some reason decided to go get the mail. The post office in my town is in the grocery store parking lot, which was empty. Well there's a black Blazer ZR2 with dark tinted windows in front on me as I'm pulling in. He starts going at a decent pace (for a parking lot at least) so I figure maybe he wants to play. So I get on it a little blow around him and fly into a parking space in front of the post office. The Blazer pulls up as I'm getting out of my car. Then the officer driving the Blazer steps out. "You need to watch your speed there son." Oops. Nothing but a friendly warning, scared the crap out of me though.
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Old 10-01-2000, 10:47 AM   #9
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this ones funny if you want to laugh at me!


it was around midnight, there was a cop behind that I had seen a mile back. I was on 2 lane highway (more like a strip) and my friend was in the right lane, i was in the left. I was near harrisburg (i dont know the roads real well). He was going home and was showing me where the turning lane was. The light was green to go straight, and he put his turn signal on for a second to show me the turning lane i wanted to take. So he went on ahead. I (without even thinking) went into the turning lane, and ran the redlight. ( i saw the light was green to go straight, and i think that confused me..haha). of course the officer was right behind me, and the lights came on. stupid stupid stupid. whats worse is, the cop felt bad for me. He informed me that if he gave me any points for this that I would loose myh licencse after checking my record...i felt (was) a dumba** for this one.......

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Old 10-01-2000, 10:58 AM   #10
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SubyPrez -- Big D'oh! on that one.

The traffic lights are so meaningless when there is nobody else on the road.
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Old 10-01-2000, 06:54 PM   #11
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Another Merrimack, NH story. My father is a professional commercial industrial photographer and, every year, donates his time to the Merrimack police department by doing free portraits. Because of this, everyone that works for him gets a free "five points." Points have no meaning and are for the officer to decide. Basically, dumb speeding violation for, like, 75 in a 55 is one point. That is, as long as you can tactfully bring into the conversation you work for my dad and the officer in question knows about the "deal."

Well, this was quite a few years ago. Maybe 1992. Dunno. I was the passenger in a classic Porsche 911S Turbo being shown exactly what the car could do. Without warning, the driver (whom shall remain nameless) downshifted, floored it and brought it up to about 120 MPH or 130 MPH going into Merrimack from Nashua.

No more than a few seconds later, we heard a single radar chirp and a set of blues came on. The driver slowed down and, quite rightly, was convinced he was going to jail. I handed him my business card to give to the officer with his license.

The officer (who will also remain nameless) came up screaming with his hand on his gun. After calming down a bit and asking for my friend's license, he handed over the license and my business card. He paused for a few seconds. He crouched down and looked at me in the passenger seat. *pause* "Oh, hi Sean. Uhm. Four points."

A few weeks later when I was talking to the officer (he stops by the office on occasion) he had a chuckle about it and asked me if the driver had wet himself.

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Old 10-01-2000, 07:38 PM   #12
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I have quite a few but will stick to one

I was at the street races, and was waiting on this trailered Dodge Hemi P'up to get ready. Finally I hear them fire it up and starting to pull it to the "line" so I make a beeline for my car, coz I wanted to race him BAAAAD.
As I come around the corner to get to the "line", I see no fewer than 6 cop cars blocking the road.... Needless to say, I'm motioned over to the side of the road and given the "Wot yer doin racin on the damn streets!! Lemme see yer liosence son!" treatment, (even though I'm about 20 years older than the cop). I give him my license and protested asking him: "Street racing in a Subaru??! You MUST be crazy!! I'm on my way to a friends warehouse, he's got an alarm going off!" He kinda steps back and take a good long look at the car, walks to the back and I can see him in my mirror, almost spelling: S U B A R U in disbelieve, with this confused look on his face. He walks back to me, apologize and say "I guess you're right, I'm sorry sir, and have a good night!!"

LUCKY....
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Old 10-02-2000, 02:07 AM   #13
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Boy, these are HECKA funny!

Keep 'em going!
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