Intimidating police officer

She acted harried and in a hurry and the officer was respectful.

As he went back to his squad car to cut her a break and issue a warning for the seat belt, because it was up to his discretion, she exited the vehicle and began to fake a panic attack.

He was knocked unconscious when one of the rocks hit him on the side of the head.

He approached them after seeing them riding dangerously close to a Lidl supermarket at 8.30pm.

Of course, the entitled Democrat apologized for the way she acted, but it was only after the video was released, and by then, it was too little too late.A pair of bikers are being hunted by police after an off-duty police officer was knocked out when he confronted them for intimidating other drivers.They allegedly threw stones at the officer when he tackled them in Erdington, Birmingham, last Monday night.He didn’t even make mention of the fact that she was on her cellphone when she was nabbed.When she realized her mistake, that he was now actually writing her a ticket, she went into hysterics and demanded the original ticket he wrote.

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One wonders how this officer reacted following the election when she was defeated by her Republican opponent.

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