TX DPS Trooper

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Re: TX DPS Trooper

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Post by KD5NRH » Fri Sep 02, 2016 9:23 am

Soccerdad1995 wrote:Usually its a "do you know why I stopped you" followed by me saying no
Yeah, I find that "because you're too scared to stop the big drunk guy over there" doesn't work too well. (FWIW, definitely avoid that one in Parker County; the jail food really sucks there.)
The interactions that go downhill are when the officers starts with "so where are you headed",
Especially when he then wants to argue. "Been working here five years and I've never seen a church over there."
"Well, officer, maybe it's only visible to people with actual souls." (It's about a 12,000 square foot building on a major street with a big steeple and a sign, and two other churches right beside it. Not exactly hidden.)

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Re: TX DPS Trooper

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Post by TexasTornado » Fri Sep 02, 2016 9:29 am

KD5NRH wrote:
Soccerdad1995 wrote:Usually its a "do you know why I stopped you" followed by me saying no
Yeah, I find that "because you're too scared to stop the big drunk guy over there" doesn't work too well. (FWIW, definitely avoid that one in Parker County; the jail food really sucks there.)
The interactions that go downhill are when the officers starts with "so where are you headed",
Especially when he then wants to argue. "Been working here five years and I've never seen a church over there."
"Well, officer, maybe it's only visible to people with actual souls." (It's about a 12,000 square foot building on a major street with a big steeple and a sign, and two other churches right beside it. Not exactly hidden.)

I think someone may be just a little feisty :rolll
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Re: TX DPS Trooper

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Post by NTexCopRetired » Fri Sep 02, 2016 10:04 am

If you have problems getting the officers information because you want to file a complaint, just make sure they issue a citation. All their info will be on the ticket. If they are abusive but are letting you off with a warning, insist on a citation. :crazy:

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Post by sugar land dave » Fri Sep 02, 2016 4:58 pm

Good one! :thumbs2: :iagree:
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Post by Gunner4640 » Tue Apr 11, 2017 3:31 pm

While I didn't get stopped by dps but hpd for 53 in a 40 the office came to the door had chl insurance and dl in hand told him I was armed and where my gun was I told him in my consol and said I am not moving my hands from the wheel he said thanks he looked and saw I am a veteran said he was going to check my dl to hold on. I watched him in the mirror he just walked to his car turned around handed. My dl back. And said have a nice day total time 4 minutes
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