When was the last time you saw a public <redacted>, let alone one that worked?And that's why you always make such illegal calls from a public <redacted> or from your super secret squirrel <redacted> that you remove the battery from afterwards.
Serves him right for trying to cause trouble with a call like that.
So far callers are not charged who intentionally call about a legally armed citizen. Until that happens this man should not be charged. The law is for everybody.Hmm, makes me continue to think twice about OC here. This was in my town, not 5 miles from my house. I have yet to OC, other than once this weekend for like 5 min. at the transfer station (accidentally). No issues as I was just going about my business just like everyone else. Stories like this just show how far the antis will go to prove a point, no matter how wrong they may be.
I realize this guy may have just had a beef with the LEO or authority, but being that he mentioned the firearm specifically is telling. I hope he gets what he deserves, even though I know it won't change his warped perception of reality.
I agree 100%, no arguments there. I haven't heard any stores recently about 911 calls about citizens legally carrying or how 911 operators/officers handle the situation. Like I said, I'm still feeling out OC at the moment.So far callers are not charged who intentionally call about a legally armed citizen. Until that happens this man should not be charged. The law is for everybody.
The cops state that it was a trooper cruiser, they do not state that it is a marked trooper cruiser, only that it is obvious (according to them) that it was a cruiser.Responding to a call for service while emergency lights and siren are activated poses an increased risk and inconvenience to the Trooper, the public, and especially those requesting police service who now must wait an extended period of time as Troopers are diverted to “fake” calls.
In addition to Troopers and Police Officer, a false 911 call may also require the response of fire departments and emergency medical services. It can also lead to putting schools, business and neighborhoods in lockdown.
The valuable resources of the Connecticut State Police, municipal police, and other first responders cannot be wasted on responding to false incidents. We take every 911 call for service seriously
The irony drips thick from [FONT=Verdana,Arial,Geneva]Dr. Dora B. Schriro, Commissioner[/FONT].The cops state that it was a trooper cruiser, they do not state that it is a marked trooper cruiser, only that it is obvious (according to them) that it was a cruiser.
Irony, maybe. Double standard, absolutely. It's only an issue when it fits your agenda....The irony drips thick from [FONT=Verdana,Arial,Geneva]Dr. Dora B. Schriro, Commissioner[/FONT].
She certainly does not hold these inconveniences as a issue when the focus of the caller is a LAC with a OCed handgun...somebody please ask her.
Reading between the lines, i'm assuming he said something when the police made contact with him that made it obvious he knew. No mention of what exactly was said, I just figured he said something stupid and admitted he knew.Charges want stick. From what I read there is no way cops can prove he knew. Even tho it's obvious he has trying to set it up. That's why he kept hanging up.