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Picked up by the Police.

Updated on April 17, 2012

Picked up by the State Troopers.?.

I was out back Savanna Fishing, with my son and my girlfriend, having a good time,

Lisa Caught about a 7Lb Bass, I caught a bunch of sunfish,

Gaige screamed about how he wanted to go home,

I noticed a State Trooper drive by the area we were fishing, two or three times.

I thought it was strange, if they were going to check fishing licenses they would have just rolled up.

Lisa, Gaige, and myself, packed up our fishing gear then headed down the road in my car.

Not even a mile down the road I notice the state troopers lights are flashing me to pull my car over.?.

I pulled to the side of the road for what I thought was going to be a speeding ticket, because I was going a little fast.

The officer steps out of his cruiser and approaches my vehicle,

"License and registration", I fumble through the envelope I keep my information in,

I produce my registration and my license, The officer checks them, then asks Lisa for hers.?.

"Please step out of your vehicle".

I stepped out of my vehicle thinking what the fuk!!!!

The voice in my head was asking me what I did wrong,

I had not a freaking clue.

The officer was kind enough to escort me to the back of his cruiser before handcuffing me and placing me in his cruiser to escort me to the Auburn City Police Department.

When we arrive to the Auburn Police Department I find out that this was all over me forgetting to appear in court way back in may.

I'm not perfect, I make mistakes, I've made mistakes,

I just wish they would have gave me a phone call, I would have appeared, instead they cuff me and stuff me.

I'm home write now, I made bail, Yes they set a bail, 250$,

You got your point across Cayuga County, You wasted more money on miniscule bullshit,


I'll be in court on Wednesday.


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      Matthew Weese 

      6 years ago

      Them boys in blue uniforms can beat you to death and walk free, they are givin way too mutch authority, they committ the same crimes as the general public and there allowed to just go out and about. America has become a pretty scary place to live if ya ask me.

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      Joyce Haragsim 

      6 years ago from Southern Nevada

      Those guys in blue uniforms can a little rascals.

      Good luck for Wednesday


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