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...you witnessed a person getting ran over on the highway? I had a co-worker who said he saw a man get hit on the freeway when he was heading home from work. I told him he should have called 911.
Calling the cops would be a no-brainer. Not to mention, an ambulance.
I think it would be wrong, but I'm not sure if the police would do anything about it. My boyfriend and I recently called the police when we saw a man holding a gun to another man's head in a car heading down the off-ramp beside us on the freeway in Oakland. The dispatcher asked if I had the license plate, which I couldn't see because of the angle and because the car was on the other side of a landscaped median. We knew the make, model, and approximate year of the car, described the driver and gunman, and told him the name/number of the exit. He sighed, and repeated "what is the license plate number." We repeated we didn't have it, he said "thanks" and hung up on us.
I wouldn't change what I did, but if I went through that experience on a regular basis I doubt I'd continue calling the police.
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter3 weeks ago
There are quite a few stories in the news about police being called on others for interesting reasons.1. Yale student called police on a student who was sleeping in the common area.2. Same Yale student...
by Brian7 years ago
Is anyone else tired of the police doing whatever they want while they are operating a vehicle, while they pull people over for the most tiny break of a law?I was once pulled over by a cop, and I could not figure out...
by glmclendon6 years ago
Someone is breaking into the house next door; do you say something to them or just call the cops?
by L a d y f a c e7 years ago
http://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/n … 6682686.jpThis is just one example.. You know where your stolen stuff is, but don't expect the police to do anything about it. It seems that police nowadays are only...
by ahorseback2 months ago
But aren't starbuckster owners all intellectual elitists who are higher education careerists , professionals , wall streeters , movers and shakers , apparently those attributes haven't trickled down to their...
by salt8 years ago
Its always after 12am Sunday night - they dont work, so they dont think about others having to get up or whether they are disturbing others or not.
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