RSS

Person Arrested for Bad Brake Light

March 21, 2014 By:George Boehme

Crime Reports

Below are summaries of recent West University Place Police Department activity reports. These summaries are written from the perspective of the arresting (or reporting) police officer. Any arrested persons should be presumed innocent until their case is adjudicated.

03/20/2014
Speed Trap Results in Arrest
At 9:05 am, an officer while working stationary traffic enforcement in the 4200 block of Bissonnet, saw a vehicle with an expired registration, 03/2013. A traffic stop was conducted in the 4400 block of Bissonnet and the driver was arrested for the offense of driving while license invalid.

Person Arrested for Bad Brake Light
At 12:16 pm, an officer observed a car in the 6300 block of Buffalo Speedway with a defective right brake light. A traffic stop was conducted in the 3100 block of Jarrard and the suspect was arrested for the traffic offense.

03/21/2014
Drunk Lady Arrested
An officer was on uniform patrol in the area of 3500 Bissonnet. While on patrol in the area, the officer saw a female passed out against a fence. The female was found to be intoxicated and arrested for public intoxicated and booked into the West University Place jail.

4 Responses to “Person Arrested for Bad Brake Light”

  1. Wolfgang Says:

    Although I am sure the arrest was NOT simply a broken tail light, it would be nice to include the finer details as to why. Maybe he was driving around some houses looking for a target and a good neighbor called it in. Absence of the details, there are little other conclusions, but I don’t know a single officer that would go that route as what is presented in the story. I’ll defer my complaint and side with our finest for now.

  2. miltonwatchdog Says:

    Simple & Delayed. Spend a day with a police officer and you may understand why there was a reasonable reason to stop and then arrest the person with the defective brake light. Whatever the color of the person, he could have been belligerent and disrespectful to the officer and needed to be put in jail. Can we assume that both of you are o.k. with the arrest of the drunk woman passed out against a fence?

    • GoldBacon Says:

      Being disrespectful to a police officer is deserving of jail?? Maybe you should change your name to NorthKoreawatchdog.

  3. Tangley Resident Says:

    What else is new? First we get Obamacare jammed down our throats, and now this!

tumblr visitor stats
Quantcast