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(LBC 97.3)   When the guy giving you a field sobriety test will only identify himself as "Deputy Chuck," he just might not be official   ( ) divider line
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2006-05-16 11:21:27 PM  
The Hernando County Sheriff Office is cautioning citizens about what they should do if an unmarked car signals them to pull over, especially at night, and you are not sure if the person is a law enforcement officer.

The Sheriff's office says you should put on your four-way (hazard) flashers and dome light, slowly drive to the closest well-lit public area. Or if you have a cell phone call 911 and verify with communication the traffic stop.

Sure to earn you a beating/tazering.
2006-05-17 02:39:58 AM  
Or the always fun nightstick to the face. Good times.

/But officer, I was just doubting your authoritah...
//Floridarity ensues.
2006-05-17 02:46:38 AM  
Hello, I am Deputy Chuck. I pulled you over because you appear to be extremely hot. I mean drunk. Please blow into this tube, so I can see how hot, I mean drunk, you are.

Wait wait, you have to hum, it works better when you hum.

And no teeth! This is sensitive equipment!
2006-05-17 03:06:47 AM  
Well, I'll be sure to alert any Sims I come across about this guy.
2006-05-17 04:51:53 AM  
"Officer, why are you holding that breathalyzer so low, and why is it flesh colored?"
2006-05-17 06:40:57 AM  
"Officer, why are you holding that breathalyzer so low, and why is it flesh colored?"

Never question Chuck Norris

/roundhouse kick to the head
2006-05-17 07:36:06 AM  
Deputy Chuck took my stash!
2006-05-17 08:01:10 AM  
Cue the Chuck Norris jokes in 3... 2... 1...
2006-05-17 08:25:00 AM  
You might be pulled over by Deputy Chuck when the guy giving you a field sobriety test says it involves a "field breast cancer exam". Please remove your clothes. Now assume the position.
2006-05-17 09:13:59 AM

2006-05-17 09:31:44 AM  
They're on to me!
2006-05-17 09:32:18 AM  
From TFA: They say he already stopped one driver - and made him take a field sobriety test with equipment similar to a breathalyzer.

2006-05-17 09:36:07 AM  
I love when people dont know their rights.

I mean, come on. "..officer was conducting seat belt enforcement"

(in ohio at least) one cannot be pulled over for not wearing a seat belt. Officers need probable cause to pull you over, and non-wearage of seatbelts is not one of them.

Know your rights, and if you are unsure, do what the article says and put your hazards on, and call 911/drive to nearest non-Deliverance-looking area.

2006-05-17 10:30:01 AM  
I heard he also doubles as the wallet inspector on weekends...
2006-05-17 10:50:26 AM  
Does he also moonlight for the F.B.I.?

/Female Breast Inspectors?
2006-05-17 11:35:15 AM  
Indeed... Follow that site's advice and you'll wind up like this lady. Link is currently fubar'd, so here's the google cache.
2006-05-17 12:49:22 PM  
Occifer Chuck went too far when he ordered her to fill a big gulp cup to be sent to the lab as a drug test.
2006-05-17 01:48:23 PM  
In FL here we now have the Primary Seatbelt Law. You can get pulled over for not using your seatbelt alone.

They changed it last year to the dissapointment of people that still want umm...rights and stuff.

But at least I can go get my gunslingers license now.

2006-05-17 02:17:22 PM  
farking idiots. Impersonators deserve to get shot.
2006-05-17 02:18:30 PM  
And actually if it is at night, turning on your four way flashers and driving to a well lit area is acceptable.

Just about every cop understands... and surprisingly they don't want to be standing out in traffic with the chance of getting hit.

It's all fun and games until this idiot decides to pull me over.
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