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aristocat 6 years ago on Police defend use of Taser

Children throwing snow balls (code says illegal to throw objects, including but not limited to snowballs and frisbees)

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aristocat 6 years ago on Police defend use of Taser

He's going to save you all right..........save your name and put you on "the list" Now you can expect more "friendly" visits!

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aristocat 6 years ago on Oak Creek sergeant back on duty

flotilla I agree with you on that........what I was referring to is the first article about Cargo getting tasered, you cannot comment on it. I was just curious.

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aristocat 6 years ago on Oak Creek sergeant back on duty

Can some tell me what happened that you can not comment on this subject under Cargo? Just was wondering.

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aristocat 6 years ago on Police defend use of Taser

Good question. In an open meeting, it was made part of Oak Creek's policy to call an amublance if a taser had been used. Stand by your man!

In a crouching position....could that be "cowering on the floor begging for mercy." Stand by your man!

But only if you don't have to get out of bed and it can wait until the next day or two!

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aristocat 6 years ago on Oak Creek sergeant back on duty

madmoores.....thank you for the way you worded your post. That is pretty much what the "supporters" of Cargo are saying. Not one has said she should get off if she were drinking and driving. All that was said was this standard opperating proceedure for any normal police department. It is drawing attention because it is Cargo. But it would not be any more wrong or right if it had been some one else. Not one word has been said against RCSO, CSP or Officer Rossi. When you get past the "code of the boys in blue" would this be the way the situation should have been handled or would have been handled any where else in the USA?

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aristocat 6 years ago on Oak Creek sergeant back on duty

No Problem. The team had been to Peonia. It was in January. Long trip on a bus home.

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aristocat 6 years ago on Oak Creek sergeant back on duty

Ok Matt to clarify myself......the school is on Grant, from Grant you turn onto Meyers which then goes to Lincoln (the high traffic, deadly high crime corner). She does play on the team, and the team does ride to an away game on the bus. But then there is this tiny glitch once they go to the game and come back to Oak Creek, they have to return to their homes! Since she bought her car, her responsiblity was to get herself to practices and to the bus/ and or game to her jobs, school, home, etc. It was her first offense and she had been only driving for 3 or 4 months. Yes it did teach her a lesson because her parents made her pay for the ticket. There were no warnigns from OCPD, only tickets. Unfortunately since there also isn't any driver's ed.......all the little dotting your i's and crossing your t's you learn in driver's ed and blow off from your parents have been tickets for Oak Creek Teenagers.

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aristocat 6 years ago on Oak Creek sergeant back on duty

I know a 16 year old girl that was coming home from a basketball game this past year that got a $156 ticket for not coming to a complete stop at that same location at 1 in the morning by the same cop! I guess that is why he stopped and ticketed her.....probable cause!

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aristocat 6 years ago on Oak Creek sergeant back on duty

Foster's call went out that he was being attacked by 5 men and send back up. Does that work like a private citizen false reporting? He had about 6 officers respond including Oak Creek's officer Rossi, first on the scene, RCSO and CSP. When she got there from 3 miles away, all three women were already in custody. He started the drama. The only officer that did not respond was the Chief. So he should back him up now, it is the least he could do. He didn't back him up when it looked like his officer was being attacked by 5 men.

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