thinblueliner

thinblueliner

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11 years ago @ KCRG - Woman Loses Job as Cou... · 1 reply · +27 points

I have had to arrest people for speeding, same concept. The ticket just is a written release on your own cognizance that you will either pay the fine or show up to your hearing on the posted date, rather than being taken to jail. A ticket is just like getting arrested, just you do not get booked or have to see a judge. On a side note...as a prosecutor, I would think she would understand how this works, considering she could potentially be prosecuting people that have scheduled fines along with any other crime that was committed.

11 years ago @ KCRG - Cedar Rapids Speed Cam... · 1 reply · +1 points

In Arizona, it does not start taking pictures of violators till 11mph over...reason being is that it has to make room for variance. Also, I believe in Iowa 5mph over would not be considered a 'moving violation'

12 years ago @ KCRG - Chinook Helicopter Lan... · 1 reply · +2 points

All your base are belong to us!

12 years ago @ KCRG - Deputy Mark Taylor Hon... · 0 replies · +4 points

One of the best deputies I ever knew, I will miss you, Mark.

12 years ago @ KCRG - Three Iowa Brothers Re... · 0 replies · +6 points

Thank you for your service, welcome home!

12 years ago @ KCRG - Family Says Deputy in ... · 0 replies · +2 points

My first ever police ride along was with Mark Taylor. He was a wonderfully intelligent man, enjoyed his job and his years of service and dedication showed this. 105 is 10-42, may you rest in peace.

12 years ago @ KCRG - Waterloo Officer Fires... · 2 replies · +3 points

As a police officer, I am going to make this easy for everyone in saying that this officer proceeded to act as trained and was within the scope of our laws and procedures for the situation. Its not about being trigger happy, that car is a deadly weapon in the manner the individual was using it and the officer used their weapon to stop the threat and defend him/herself. An officer is trained to shoot to stop, not shoot to kill.