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This is a discussion on LEO stories within the Law Enforcement, Military & Homeland Security Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by HotGuns Last weekend we heard a call on the radio that a 10 year old kid was throwing a fit and the ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    Last weekend we heard a call on the radio that a 10 year old kid was throwing a fit and the parents had called a Deputy to "help".

    Me and my partner looked at each other and laughed. He was thinking exactly the same thing I was and said, "it sounds like they ALL need an a butt whoopin."

    What's the world coming too when a parent cant control a 10 year old kid and calls the "Law "to do it for them? Is it any wonder why things are degrading at an alarming rate?

    Its a good thing I didnt take the call. I would have gotten a complaint lodged against me.
    Idiots who should never have been allowed to breed in the first place.

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    Gotta love all these stories. Keep em coming. And thanks for all you guys doing your job.

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    On the out skirts of Reno county there was a old western by god bar,,dirt floor packed and covered in hay and the painting of some woman laying on divan naked as a jay bird above the bar,,, as you enter said bar there was a short hall way a man width wide and 10' or so long couple of those old Jap pichinko{sp} machines on the wall, at the end of the hallway was a set of swing bar doors, and the bar was about 4' away from that.

    Now it was pretty much understood by the locals that on Friday nights the farmers had the bar ,,and on Sat. the ranchers had it,, some times they had a mix up ..

    Well it seems this night{friday} was a mixer, as we where the zone car that night and no one else in the county off we went,, didn't take long and when we pull up we could hear the party. As I open the door and step in to the hallway ,I got punched in the mouth and fell out the door,, so up I come and we bulldog our way into the bar , before I could say a darn thing{ And I was steam'n} TJ fires a round of buckshot up into the celling,, got real quite then,and he hollers out "What the sam hell is going on",, the bar keeper speaks up and explains that the "cowobys" had decided to play the punch game, and the farmers didn't like it..

    PUNCH GAME= You set on the first bar stool, watching swinging doors,, person walks in with their hat on , you stand up and yell TAG and punch them in the mouth,, PUNCHEE buys a round of beer { Dry county}

    Seems the farmers where getting more then giving,, thats what started the fight GOOD TIME HAD BY ALL

    I did ask TJ if he was worried about the 00 going up into the apartment above.
    He just looked at me and said 'NOPE"

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    Back in 76-77 here there was a scam going on with the military families,,, for those having problems it got out that the courts would grant a temporary involuntary, committal, if one showed up with one witness to testify to the "magistrate" that she had been abused., normal lock up time was 15 days,, just long enough for the poor schmuck to get out and find wife/kids and house hold effects gone down the road.. Court case was always dropped and every thing went along ..

    During this time I was assigned with my partner Glass to the nut squad as we called it..along about 1300 on a Friday afternoon we pull one of the committals,, and we start off, end up in the gold coast area{MONEY}, as we walk to the door we can hear this god awful racket, bang on the door and a woman opens it and starts yelling at us" STOP HIM!!!" We pull her out of the way and ease into the front room, and what greets us? A Naval Commander in full uniform with a fire axe, chopping up his dinning table/chairs and sideboard,, we could see where he had already destroy the coach/ high back chairs end tables china cabinet and so forth,,looked like a tornado had hit.. We both went red hot and drew down on him,, he paused,,,, "High Officers, I'll be with you in a sec" and went back to chopping,,,We yelled a couple of times for him to stop, then just stood back and kept the woman out of the way,, He never threaten us or approached us.. When he was through he dropped the axe, walked over to us and said "lets go", we cuffed him and placed him in the car,, as we drove off he yelled out" NOW, TRY AND STEAL IT WITCH!",, Seems a "friend" had told him of the warrant coming,, and she had messed up and left the lawyers paper work laying around....

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    Heres another that happened last Friday night.

    We had a busy night, working several back to back wrecks on I-40 with the State Police. We finally got to eat around 9 o'clock and got a call for a juvenile transport. It wasn't going to be a long trip,as far as trips go, it was two counties over and about a 45 minute drive down I-40.

    So we show up at the jail, waiting in the Sally-port for the jailers to bring us an extremely agitated 17 year old girl. One of the jailers motions for me to come in the jail, and he unlocks the door for me. I put my Sig in the lock box and go in. Normally we don't go in the jail, the jailer bring the prisoner out to us. I'm beginning to think that this ain't gonna be good.

    This mental case of a chick is throwing a fit. She has 3 jailers on her and they are trying to handcuff her, put a waist chain on and shackle up her feet...and she is fighting them all and they are having a heck of a time. The jailers are all in their early to mid 20's, not much older than she is. I tell them to stand back and I will take care of it. They all look at me crazy, and they finally back off. She charges the one next to her, exactly as I expected, and I grab her wrist, twist it the way it ain't suppose to go and put her down on the floor face down...where all 3 of the jailers proceeded to chain her up.

    She is screaming bloody murder and they pull her up on her feet. I give her the same speech that I give to everyone that I transport which basically says, I have a job to do, and it will get done, and you can make it easy or hard or yourself, but in any case, you will get to the destination that I am taking you.

    She looks at me and shuffles to the car without a word. One of the jailers looks at me and says "how did you do that?" "Its all in good communication techniques", I tell him.

    We take her down the road, and other than the usual yelling and screaming with sounds that mimic a baboon in heat, and various contortions due to her wearing several pounds of designer chain, its a pretty uneventful trip. I did note that I had been called several names that I had never been called before.

    So we approach the Juvenile Detention center and my partner calls ahead and tells him that we may need some assistance with this one.

    We pull up and standing there are two Deputies, and 3 woman jailers.
    I open the back door and tell my sweet little girl to come on out.
    She goes into screaming baboon mode again and refuses.

    I notice that both of the Deputies are wearing TASERS and one of them (who I'll call Deputy No.1) is already fingering his. He looks at me and says maybe I need to TASE her. I'm thinking I'm going to get to witness this first hand. "On second thought" he says," you wanna do it?" I'll have to fill out a report if I do it. I thank him for the opportunity but I graciously decline. I say " I'd love to...but I'm not qualified. We don't have TASERS yet.". "Greatest tool ever made " he says. "Best thing in years." So we are standing there looking at the crazy chick, and another jailer walks up. This one was a black woman, about 6'2" and a good solid 250 pounds with NO fat. She was solid as a rock.

    Deputy No. 2 smiles and says "no need for the TASER... Bertha is here". "Bertha?" I say" "You've got to be kidding me." Bertha looks at me winks and smiles. She would have been pretty if she wasn't missing her two upper front teeth. "I'm Bertha" shes says. "and if ya ll will stand back I WILL take care of this minor problem".

    We all stood back in such smooth formation like it looked like we had practiced it. "This is gonna be great" Deputy No.1 says.

    Bertha leans over in the car and says something in a nice quiet voice so that we cant hear. The crazy chick stops screaming and looks at her with fear in her eyes. She starts sliding over to the door and she stands up and loudly proclaims to the world that its a good thing that she decides that sitting in the jail is better than sitting in the back of a patrol car and because of that she has decided to hobble up the stairs. Bertha grabs one of her arms and "escorts" her up...nice and easy like with no opposition whatsoever. She places her in a cell and then I give here the paperwork that came with her. "Bertha" I said...that was an excellent job, very professional like." She thanked me and I asked her what she told my prisoner to make her straighten up like she did. "You don't want to know" she said and smiled. As she was walking off, she looks over her shoulder and says, "it all in communication you know" and laughs as she goes through the door.

    We stand around and chitchat with the Deputy's and get ready to leave. "That woman handled it well "I said. "Yep...says Deputy No.2. She is our ACE in the hole. She never has problems with anyone. She is good backup...and they tell me of a few stories in which she made the difference.

    Sometimes I hate this job and sometimes I love it.

    In any case, it sure beats laying on the couch watching TV.
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    Hotguns, that was an awesome story. I'm still laughing. I'm still trying to figure out what Bertha said.

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    Man did I need to read some of these!!!! I feel better now.
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    Bertha?!? Man......just to know what she said?!?

    Great story!
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    Sixto, are you able to tell those stories yet? Like the one that had you layed up a few months back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by morintp View Post
    Sixto, are you able to tell those stories yet? Like the one that had you layed up a few months back?
    Nope, not yet. The really good ones have to wait until I retire.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    Dang. Oh well, can't blame me for trying.

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    Anybody got anymore???
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    I'll tell one that happened to my uncle. He was a cop in a very large city for 30+ years. He is quite the character & rarely calls for backup, so when he does, you know he means it. It's funnier hearing it from his mouth. This happened in the 70's.

    He was looking for drunks on a Friday night in the big city. He quickly sees one, turns on the lights, guy pulls over. He thinks it's gonna be no big deal. When he starts to approach the car, the driver quickly bolts on foot & grabbing at something, possibly a weapon, as he runs off into the bushes/trees. He shines his flashlight & sees nothing. He calls for backup, especially since he can't see anybody, & the guy possibly had a weapon. It was a busy Friday night in the big city & basically the dispatch told him that unless bullets were flying over his head, it would be a while. All other units were apparently busy.

    This is when he gets a good idea. He calls a tow truck. Out from the tow truck comes a "good ole country boy". He's 6'4", 250# +. My uncle knows him from working a lot of his wrecks in the past. My uncle tells him what the deal is & that if he hooks up the car & drives a few feet, they guy will likely come out from the bushes/trees yelling to bring back his car. He will also be pissed & want to fight. He then tells the "good ole country boy" tow truck driver that he might need help restraining the guy & that he is temporarily "deputized". The tow truck driver gets a BIG SMILE on his face. He hooks up the car & drives about 10 feet when the guy comes out saying in Spanish to bring his car back. The tow truck driver stops & gets out waiting to back up my uncle. My uncle speaks fluent Spanish, so he heard everything the guy was saying. He was saying about how he was gonna mess up my uncle for getting his car towed. The fight was on! They wrestled around for a little bit when the guy pulls out a knife, my uncle then called out to the tow truck driver to help out. (This was before tasers, etc. During the 70's) The tow tuck driver picked him up & started to teach him a lesson for fighting with the police. It got to the point that my uncle had to restrain the tow truck driver! He gets him cuffed & stuffed him in the back of his squad car. He thanked the tow truck driver BIG TIME. The guy told him that it made his week getting to help out the police & the added benefit of getting to beat the crap out of a guy who needed it. He said that the guy told the story a lot in the bars. I guess he deserved his bragging rights. They worked a few more after that, but none as exciting.

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