Gloc361 Alice resident gets arrested ...

Gloc361 Alice resident gets arrested for no reason

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Alice cops are wrong

United States

#1 Jan 2, 2013
Why do cops think they can do anything they want??

Watch the YouTube video with the username gloc361

And you will see Alice police department arrested an Alice resident for no reason!

And these are the people we want to protect our town! Great!
haha
#2 Jan 2, 2013
i saw it! it was crazy!
lol

Portland, TX

#3 Jan 2, 2013
Wow F'Ed up
Alice cops are wrong

United States

#4 Jan 2, 2013
Yes it's wrong and the worst part is channel 6 news on it on tv and went to go talk to the chief of police in Alice and he said that the cop had the right to arrest him.

Wow!!
My opinion

Mineral, TX

#6 Jan 2, 2013
The way I see it is that the cops were making a traffic stop and this dumbass was recording it for no reason, making comments like he knew what was going on.
How would you feel if you were at work and some loser starts video taping you? Weird!!!
Do something productive with your break time!!!
FYI you're by the train tracks which is not considered private property.
your crazy

United States

#7 Jan 2, 2013
payaso wrote:
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It's against the law to arrest someone for NO reason. All you need is probable cause. Quit spreading [email protected]
So what ios the "probable cause" in this case? There wasn't any!! Citizens have the right to video tape at times like this. He did nothing wrong at all. Just like the cops have their cameras for protection and evidence, we have the right to do the same. Shame on APD!!
Wess

Corpus Christi, TX

#8 Jan 2, 2013
Wih a name like Gloc361. I am pretty sure the arrested him for a reason. dumbass!
it matters
#9 Jan 2, 2013
Were the people who video recorded the Rodney King arrest in the wrong....I think not! Cops have stressfull jobs and can get carried away with power trips. So calling them out with video is a tool to keep them in check. They have dash cams we have hand cams.
Hmmm

Fort Worth, TX

#10 Jan 2, 2013
Wow! Way to go APD! Keep getting yourselves in trouble! These are people that are suppose to protect and serve! Bullshit!!! I think we need to spend our tax dollars on the FBI to come work the city of Alice instead of a crooked ass police department! It's time to put the PD in check!!!! Does any city official care what's going on with our city!?
law

Alice, TX

#11 Jan 2, 2013
he refused to identify himself! thats all the probable cause the officer needed.
Wow

Edroy, TX

#12 Jan 2, 2013
That is outrageous. How does APD continue to get away with things like this? And Nick's superior Albert defends his actions. This is the kind of stuff that only happens in Alice. And these are the people who we are suppose to trust to protect and to serve us? Dont trust them, not for a minute. Everybody in Alice needs to see this video!
good guy

Alice, TX

#13 Jan 2, 2013
Have you seen and paid attention to the video? The guy taping immediately gets defensive and starts telling the officer that the officer is on private property before he even gets close. Then he refused to identify himself. This guy is an idiot! The officer did nothing wrong and the video proves it! I fully support APD in this! The guy was looking for a confrontation!
Hmmm

Fort Worth, TX

#14 Jan 2, 2013
law wrote:
he refused to identify himself! thats all the probable cause the officer needed.
ok another family member defending a stupid ass cop! I wouldn't have identified myself either if I had done nothing wrong! That's where stupid people like u don't get it! They think just cuz they have a badge they are untouchable! Well I don't think so! I would have done the same thing as gloc361! Cuz people need to know about this so called APD!!!
Yo.

Lockhart, TX

#15 Jan 2, 2013
law wrote:
he refused to identify himself! thats all the probable cause the officer needed.
Sec. 38.02 Failure to Identify.(a) A person commits an offense if he intentionally refuses to give his name, address, or date of birth to a peace officer WHO HAS LAWFULLY ARRESTED the person and requested the information..... He was not under arrest when ask for his ID.
it matters
#16 Jan 2, 2013
This happens everywhere, payoffs and big egos all around... So what was the harm in videoing the work being done by this cop. Unless he wasn't following protocol. I witnessed a cop verbaly harrassing a young guy who was coming out of concert at VFW. He threatened to kick his a$$ because of the look he had. I got out of my car and stood there, he saw me and his tone changed. Throwing their weight around, and in with most thats alot. There are some pretty hefty officers. Mental and physical health should be addressed with all law enforcment.
albert

Lockhart, TX

#18 Jan 2, 2013
good guy wrote:
Have you seen and paid attention to the video? The guy taping immediately gets defensive and starts telling the officer that the officer is on private property before he even gets close. Then he refused to identify himself. This guy is an idiot! The officer did nothing wrong and the video proves it! I fully support APD in this! The guy was looking for a confrontation!
you sound like a cop or friend of a cop. If you see the video the filmer is calm in saying he is in private property and never acts out, cusses or refuses arrest. All he keeps doing is defending himself respectfully at that. Now if he'd said "get the hell off my property", "who the hell are you" or something like that then they can say he was wrong, but HE DID NOT.
been there

Portland, TX

#19 Jan 2, 2013
Cops will always try to screw u. And innocent ppl give in cause we know we can't win. Sux..... And it isn't fair.
it matters
#20 Jan 2, 2013
All the moral officers are flushed out by the immoral ones. But this behavior happens all over. It's like a mafioso family. Big money to be confiscated from offenders traveling through from border towns. How else do you explain former officers living in quarter million dollar homes with electric gate, swimming pool and expensive cars.
wilson

United States

#22 Jan 2, 2013
[QUOTE who="Yo. "]<quoted text>
Sec. 38.02 Failure to Identify.(a) A person commits an offense if he intentionally refuses to give his name, address, or date of birth to a peace officer WHO HAS LAWFULLY ARRESTED the person and requested the information..... He was not under arrest when ask for his ID.[/QUOTE]good point..totally correct..but will never hold water in this crooked town..by the way, they should make the Pd. do the trash route..do some good instead of screwing citizens! Always quik for an easy ticket or arrest but if your hurt or stranded need a ride, right away, oh no company policy, we cant get involved..sick excuse for human beings...seriously is no one gonna pick up the trash all our streets are full of trash, no one is gonna do the trash route this month?! What in the world is goin on in this town? I seriously cant believe our city officials and what they have turned my home town into..a sestpool of lazyness, liers and betrayal
Wow

Edroy, TX

#23 Jan 2, 2013
I watched the video and clearly saw no wrongdoing in the gentleman being arrested. He was on break from his work which he states as bring 60 ft from where he was filming. So really?

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