Pulled over by LEO Tonight- County Sheriffs Office

Pulled over by LEO Tonight- County Sheriffs Office

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    Pulled over by LEO Tonight- County Sheriffs Office

    Picked up my mom and siblings from the hotel room they are staying at since theyre in town to see us. It was 9:30pm, we had just made a left out of the hotel parking lot and started down the road.

    Not even a mile down the road, some Impala headlights zoom right up to our bumper- immediately I know its a cruiser. Then the blue lights turn on, and I pull off as soon as I can.

    The deputy approaches: -both hands already on steering wheel-

    Deputy: Good evening sir.

    Me: Good evening officer.

    Deputy: Sir the reason I pulled you over tonight is because you have a burned out tag light. May I see your driver license?

    Me: Yes sir, first I would like to inform you I have a concealed weapon permit, and (start to get nervous and stutter a bit) and have a weapon with me.

    Deputy: Oh ok, where is it? On your person or in the vehicle?

    Me: On my person, holstered inside my belt on my 3 o'clock.

    Deputy: Ok, may I please see your driver license.

    Me: Yes sir, my wallet is in my left rear pocket.

    Deputy: Ok

    Me: -start reaching for my wallet with my left hand, right hand on steering wheel.

    Me: I keep reaching, and realize I had left my wallet in the center console right behind the parking brake.

    Me: Officer- my wallet is on the center console.

    Deputy: No problem.

    Me: I slowly reach for it, and pinch it with my thumb and index finger. Bring it into the light and open it up. Slide out the permit, and License. Hand it to him

    Deputy: When did last have a citation?

    Me: Ive never had a citation issued sir.

    Deputy: Ok, get that fixed as soon as you can, and have a safe night -as he hands permit and CDL.

    Me: Thank you sir, you stay safe as well. Went on my way.


    What a professional. Declaration of a weapon didnt even phase him. Im sure he knows that a criminal wont declare a weapon. I was really scared, as its my first time being pulled over, and pulled over with a weapon!
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    Good job!

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    +1. Just the way it should go.
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    You did everything right and so did the LEO!
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    Good encounter, very professional!
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    I'm glad it went as you would have hoped.

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    First time being pulled over, and with a weapon.

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    Thanks for your considerate actions with the fellow brother in blue. Nice job.
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    Thanks all. Didnt think pulling over would turn out to be a good experience ;)
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    Nice one

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    Awesome! Glad to hear it went so smooth.

    Personally, I've always felt that the civility of the officer during the vast majority of traffic stops outcome rests predominantely on the driver and their attitude. Give a crappy attitude to an LEO doing their job - pulling you over for doing something wrong - and get what you give the officer. Even if you get a citation for whatever the issue was, you don't have to get pissy nor does the officer.

    In my youth, I received waaaay too many speeding tickets because of my lead foot. Only one of those stops was a bad one - and I thought I found one of the few non-"fun" LEO's out there. Guy was a jerk from the word go and made me feel like I was about an inch tall. Maybe I caught him on a bad night? Maybe he was always a jagoff and it wasn't a thing that I did. I don't know, but it didn't stop me from continuing to be respectful of any LEO I encountered after that point.
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    Glad everything went well on your stop! It really shouldn't be a big deal, yet we still hear of some bad ones from time to time. Yours went pretty well I think.

    Congrats on not getting your first citation!
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    The way it should be. Good job!
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    Great job by everybody involved. I can only imagine how nervous you were. Sounds like he was a true professional.
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