Saturday, January 23, 2016

Stop Resisting

The guard was useless. The officer watching the other two suspects was of limited value. The man with the shopping bag needed to go to jail for interfering with the arrest when he grabbed one of the officers on the ground. 

 The suspect on the ground needed to submit to the arrest as required by law.  Many states need to strengthen their laws concerning both resisting arrest and interfering with an officer in the performance of their duty.

Too many people fail to provide their driver license or submit immediately to arrest when told to do so by the police.  These incidents then escalate and sometimes the suspect even ends up dead.  There is no reason for this type of behavior on the part of the suspects; that's what the SGT Says.

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