IF, the Cop documented the intersection in that way, it's grounds for the ticket to be dismissed. No mention of alcohol but the kid did the right thing by saying nothing and I recommend you do the same. They only ask the question for self incrimination.
Always, and I mean always, roll down your windows the second you see those blue lights. They count on that big whiff when they approach and you wait to roll down the window causing the difference of pressure to blast them with "evidence" right up the nose. "No sir officer, I don't think you could mistake the smell of alcohol with my cologne so I won't be moving or answering any other questions without a lawyer present." *crickets*
Mari, can you please straighten out your possible oversights on this one and the "San" typo. Is there a difference between the print and electronic version?
This is the new and improved TW. What any Tucsonan should know need not apply.
Where does Campbell intersect with 6th AVENUE? I thought they both ran north-south? Did he screech to a stop at the North Pole?
Or perhaps it was 6th STREET--a difference any Tucsonan should know.
If he "peeled out" at about 90-100 MPH, that is one hell of a Camaro.
Unpleasant, but it seems to me that the woman most likely was not a danger to herself or others. I've heard worse in New York. I wonder whether "disturbing the peace" charges are easily misused to arrest people who are not really doing much of anything dangerous and keep idle cops occupied.
Is he now on the no fly list? Do we have a no drive list? How about a no beer list? No tool? No machete?
I now understand Obama's plan for job creation. Government jobs watching watch lists.
"Once a great nation." Now, not so much.
Please remove the advertising.
$1000 divided by 12= about $83 each. They sound closer to pressed masonite.
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