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Barry

Tucker, GA

#21 Nov 11, 2012
ALL AMERICAN wrote:
<quoted text>Jurisdiction is the difference. A badge doesn't give anyone the right to break the law. Hwy 30 is a state highway. That's the jurisdiction of the Highway Patrol, or does Booneville Police not have enough to do without going into a jurisdiction where we are already paying someone to patrol? Read the law book before you start trying to correct me.
You dumb ass. If its in the city, a city cop can do anything they want on it. The only exception is a US highway when population is less than 15,000 then they can't run radar. Don't have to have a highway patrol. City cops work the wrecks if it on the STATE highway as you call it. Stupid people like you make it harder on everyone.
DeputyDaycare

Corinth, MS

#22 Nov 11, 2012
I heard that if that tall skinny cop didn't like but 25 tickets for the year and he gets a toaster for Christmas.
Dutch

Booneville, MS

#23 Nov 11, 2012
get a life wrote:
Amos you are wrong city of Booneville can have them.
Joe if you don't like hearing how many they stop there is a knob on your scanner switch it to off.
Barry no it is not it starts where the road start the 4 lane an goes west to the tree line before you get to the ramp
Kip if they had the blues on before you exited the city tough shit an stop your bitching.
Willyt your are just a low life monkey that got mad because the government hasn't started you lazy check to go get your bucket of chicken an flat screen.
Why don't you go polish a knob & shut the he11 up!
Dutch

Booneville, MS

#24 Nov 11, 2012
mississippi650 wrote:
You nailed it "get a life"!
You can go polish knobs with get a life!
Dutch

Booneville, MS

#25 Nov 11, 2012
DeputyDaycare wrote:
I heard that if that tall skinny cop didn't like but 25 tickets for the year and he gets a toaster for Christmas.
No it's a blow up doll that looks like Michael Ramey
FlukeU

Booneville, MS

#26 Nov 11, 2012
Barry wrote:
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You dumb ass. If its in the city, a city cop can do anything they want on it. The only exception is a US highway when population is less than 15,000 then they can't run radar. Don't have to have a highway patrol. City cops work the wrecks if it on the STATE highway as you call it. Stupid people like you make it harder on everyone.
Stupid people name their kids Barry!
get a life

Corinth, MS

#27 Nov 11, 2012
Dutch wrote:
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Why don't you go polish a knob & shut the he11 up!
Can't handle the truth can you botchl
mississippi650

Tupelo, MS

#28 Nov 12, 2012
He just wishes he was Dutch lol.
?

United States

#30 Nov 14, 2012
Well dern
ALL AMERICAN

United States

#31 Nov 14, 2012
Barry wrote:
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You dumb ass. If its in the city, a city cop can do anything they want on it. The only exception is a US highway when population is less than 15,000 then they can't run radar. Don't have to have a highway patrol. City cops work the wrecks if it on the STATE highway as you call it. Stupid people like you make it harder on everyone.
I believe you are the donkey here. How can anything listed here make it harder on anyone?
tiffany

Ripley, MS

#32 Nov 14, 2012
ALL AMERICAN wrote:
<quoted text> Jurisdiction is the difference. A badge doesn't give anyone the right to break the law. Hwy 30 is a state highway. That's the jurisdiction of the Highway Patrol, or does Booneville Police not have enough to do without going into a jurisdiction where we are already paying someone to patrol? Read the law book before you start trying to correct me.
Obey the law and you want have to be corrected!
1234

Tucker, GA

#33 Nov 14, 2012
That part of the hwy is in the city limits
booneville resident

Tupelo, MS

#34 Nov 18, 2012
ALL AMERICAN wrote:
<quoted text> Jurisdiction is the difference. A badge doesn't give anyone the right to break the law. Hwy 30 is a state highway. That's the jurisdiction of the Highway Patrol, or does Booneville Police not have enough to do without going into a jurisdiction where we are already paying someone to patrol? Read the law book before you start trying to correct me.
WIth logic like that I guess since highway 45 is a US highway we should leave all the law enforcement on there to th FBI.

ALL AMERICAN

United States

#35 Nov 18, 2012
booneville resident wrote:
<quoted text>WIth logic like that I guess since highway 45 is a US highway we should leave all the law enforcement on there to th FBI.
Logic is the key word here. Too bad logic isn't used. Hwy 45 is a state highway. Paid for by the taxpayers and maintained by MDOT with our state money. Why can't narrow minded people see past the end of their nose? I guess since the Sheriff's Dept. has authority over the entire Prentiss County, we should get rid of the Booneville, Marietta, and the Jumpertown City Police Departments. No, donkeys, they have specific areas in which to patrol and enforce the laws. Oh yes, whether you city people like it or not, the county has the authority to enforce the law within the city limits, but I'm sure they have enough to do out in the county. Just saying, it's set up like it is for a purpose. Do you think the city of Booneville pays for the upkeep of the state highways? Let each division of law enforcement patrol each assigned area and come together if needed and required. KMA

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