Man flees police in underwear after traffic stop
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#1 Jul 21, 2008
So --'Man IN UNDERWEAR flees police after traffic stop'-- not 'Man flees POLICE IN UNDERWEAR after traffic stop.' Gotcha.
And hello, typo! "A western New York man who police say tore off his off clothes ..."
One last little error: "... he was wanted misdemeanor drug charges."
I'm still wondering: Boxers or briefs?
#2 Jul 22, 2008
ha ha ... I'd flee, too, if I was stopped by police in underwear!
Say, isn't this Walnut Ave?
#3 Aug 7, 2008
I feel sorry for the man.I hope he gets all the help he needs.A fine effort to locate him by the Grand Island Police dept. KUDOS. But it could have ended badly. Thank god he didn't make across river to tonawanda..Those cops would have tazered, handcuffed, and stuck him in the tiny (POW type) holding cell.Of course he wouldn't co-operate with the (high school educated) law enforcement people and need to be prepared for a trip to the hospitial with a few open palm strikes to the body or head(for holding his hands up to have the cuffs removed)..All things concidered,it really could have ended much worse..
#5 Aug 7, 2008
Funny how you criticize the education level of suburban police officers when your spelling and punctuation are that of a middle school child.
It sounds to me as though your bitterness stems from a number of run-ins with the police.
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