There are plenty of reasons to get arrested on Halloween. Drunk and disorderly, stealing little kids candy, putting razor blades in apples, but I've never heard of getting arrested for back flipping off of a cops car, until now.
Cops aren't above the law. They are expected to adhere to all the same laws and regulations that normal citizens are, but the way some of them act, you'd never know it. This Detroit citizen recently saw a police officer riding without a seat belt and tried to take justice in his own hands.
Oktoberfest is meant to be a drunken good time. A man at Philadelphia's recent Oktoberfest had the "drunken" part down, but traded the "good time" for spitting on people, bitch-slapping a police officer and getting his ass handed to him.
This cop is under investigation after punching this woman in the face during a parade. This officer thought this woman sprinkled water on him but it's obvious that it wasn't her. In the CNN video here, they edited out the part that clearly shows that this woman didn't do anything. Check out both videos here.
First of all, I just want to say that I truly respect police. A vast majority of them are hard-working, honest people who are trying to make the world a safer place and earn a living while doing it. This video is the exception though, as a cop completely sucker punches a woman in Philadelphia.
Someone in Lapeer may have won the Mega Millions lottery, but a Flint man recently scored big with a different kind of green, finding 2 garbage bags full of marijuana in his driveway. Check out the details on what he did with the bud.
We all know people who claim they can drive better drunk than they can sober, and Michigan police are looking for exactly those guys. Check out the details on their latest efforts and how you can stay out of trouble with the law.
Only in Flint people, only in Flint. This is one of those stories that has you shaking your head and laughing at the same time. Check out the details on this story, involving cooking wear, domestic violence, and indoor fireworks.
It's 2012 and while we don't have a robot police force like the movies of our youth promised, now we have a high tech way to help fight and report crime, the internet. Check out the details on the online system for reporting crime that Flint police hope to launch soon.
We've all forgotten to buckle-up at some point or another, and now, forgetting might cost you. Police Departments throughout the county have started the 'Click It or Ticket' campaign and they are looking for you.
Times are tough in Flint, and if emergency manager, Mike Brown has his way, they may be even tougher. Check out details on his new budget that includes more money out of citizens pockets, and layoffs of police and firemen.
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