by New Richmond News
February 10, 2011 at 2:24 am in New Richmond News
Perhaps the lesson to be learned from a Roberts woman’s experience is if a deputy offers you a ride, check to make sure there’s no dog in the back seat. Or maybe ride up front. Continue Reading&
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Nobody’s fault. Its called an accident for a reason, but she’ll end up getting a nice check. People sue for everything now a days just to get money.
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She approached a car that is marked as a K9 car.
She heard the dog.
The deputy said NO.
She did it anyways.
Of course she’s going to get a big check.
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This is kind of ironic. In the New Richmond News there are two stories about Police Officers. One person sent a letter to the editor complaining that an Officer did not stop to help her get unstuck from the middle of the road, and in another story an Officer does stop to try and help a Lady on the freeway, and he gets sued! Guess your damned if you do and damned if you don’t, what do people want? If you don’t help you should be ashamed of yourself, but if you do help, watch out you might get sued! All i can say is wow. What do people want??
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