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(Fox 31 Denver)   Police said witnesses knew the man wasn't a real officer when he responded to a call in under an hour   (kdvr.com) divider line
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2022-06-22 8:56:19 PM  
Go big or don't go at all.
 
2022-06-22 9:03:43 PM  
Did he see fire and rain?
 
2022-06-22 9:06:10 PM  
Might be crazy? I guess there is a different standard for crazy in Florida. The bar is set pretty high.
 
2022-06-22 9:11:28 PM  
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2022-06-22 9:25:42 PM  
He didn't even try to shoot a dog.
 
2022-06-22 9:32:47 PM  
He stabbed himself?
 
2022-06-22 9:50:45 PM  
I mean, he can't be any worse than the actual officers responding.
 
2022-06-22 10:13:40 PM  
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2022-06-22 10:21:30 PM  

daffy: He stabbed himself?


Sure, after the arresting officer calmly asked him to mimic a pin cushion.
 
2022-06-22 10:26:21 PM  
50% chance he'd gone into the school
 
2022-06-22 10:58:33 PM  
farking "journalists" these days.

FTFA: "he took off, hitting speeds of up to 110 mph, and broke several traffic laws during the chase"

He was driving 110mph, but was very respectful of stop lights and used his signal lights appropriately is not something someone would assume.
 
2022-06-22 11:23:34 PM  

Nirbo: farking "journalists" these days.

FTFA: "he took off, hitting speeds of up to 110 mph, and broke several traffic laws during the chase"

He was driving 110mph, but was very respectful of stop lights and used his signal lights appropriately is not something someone would assume.


110 happens.

Also I would like to remind yall he was first on scene at a domestic violence call. This is a forward thinking citizen.

That's pretty impressive. Steal police suv then be the first responder.
 
2022-06-22 11:27:24 PM  

Axeofjudgement: Nirbo: farking "journalists" these days.

FTFA: "he took off, hitting speeds of up to 110 mph, and broke several traffic laws during the chase"

He was driving 110mph, but was very respectful of stop lights and used his signal lights appropriately is not something someone would assume.

110 happens.

Also I would like to remind yall he was first on scene at a domestic violence call. This is a forward thinking citizen.

That's pretty impressive. Steal police suv then be the first responder.


I'd argue it's also violating a more poignant traffic law than not wearing his seatbelt.

Of course you are right. The man is clearly a hero looking to protect public safety.

The dumbass cops were busy trying to find the cruiser they lost while he jumped into action.
 
2022-06-22 11:29:59 PM  

Nirbo: Axeofjudgement: Nirbo: farking "journalists" these days.

FTFA: "he took off, hitting speeds of up to 110 mph, and broke several traffic laws during the chase"

He was driving 110mph, but was very respectful of stop lights and used his signal lights appropriately is not something someone would assume.

110 happens.

Also I would like to remind yall he was first on scene at a domestic violence call. This is a forward thinking citizen.

That's pretty impressive. Steal police suv then be the first responder.

I'd argue it's also violating a more poignant traffic law than not wearing his seatbelt.

Of course you are right. The man is clearly a hero looking to protect public safety.

The dumbass cops were busy trying to find the cruiser they lost while he jumped into action.


Not the hero we wanted. Probably the hero we deserve
 
2022-06-22 11:44:44 PM  

Axeofjudgement: Nirbo: Axeofjudgement: Nirbo: farking "journalists" these days.

FTFA: "he took off, hitting speeds of up to 110 mph, and broke several traffic laws during the chase"

He was driving 110mph, but was very respectful of stop lights and used his signal lights appropriately is not something someone would assume.

110 happens.

Also I would like to remind yall he was first on scene at a domestic violence call. This is a forward thinking citizen.

That's pretty impressive. Steal police suv then be the first responder.

I'd argue it's also violating a more poignant traffic law than not wearing his seatbelt.

Of course you are right. The man is clearly a hero looking to protect public safety.

The dumbass cops were busy trying to find the cruiser they lost while he jumped into action.

Not the hero we wanted. Probably the hero we deserve


At this point I'll take what we can get.

Homeless people keep stealing ambulances up here and not one pickup so far...
 
2022-06-23 7:03:23 AM  
FTFA: When deputies caught up with him, he was armed with a knife and noncompliant. Deputies deployed a Taser at Taylor and an officer shot at least one round, Teller County Sheriff's Office said. No deputies were injured.

Definitely a white guy.  Had he been black the cops would have used lethal force in sight.
 
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