Cop's advice on home break-in turns ugly

Cop's advice on home break-in turns ugly

There are 12 comments on the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle story from May 21, 2018, titled Cop's advice on home break-in turns ugly. In it, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports that:

Rochester police advised a man that he could break into a home where he'd been staying, an incident that ended with the resident answering with a gun. Cops advise man to break into home; woman inside house responds with a gun Rochester police advised a man that he could break into a home where he'd been staying, an incident that ended with the resident answering with a gun.

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RachelsGonnaRach

Brockport, NY

#1 May 21, 2018
I wonder if the chief of police is embarrassed by this officers actions?
RachelsGonnaRach

Brockport, NY

#2 May 21, 2018
This cop was wrong, and he says he's been wrong for 17 years.

I say the RPD have been wrong much longer than that.
Stephanie

Rochester, NY

#3 May 22, 2018
Why would you want to debate whether or not to break into your ex-lover's home? Has nobody in Rochester heard of a lawsuit?
DumpTrump

Brockport, NY

#4 May 22, 2018
Stephanie wrote:
Why would you want to debate whether or not to break into your ex-lover's home? Has nobody in Rochester heard of a lawsuit?
The guy asked for a police report from the cop so he could go after her in civil court, but the lazy city cop didn't want to be bothered with paperwork and instead pushed the poor guy into breaking in and almost getting himself killed.
No only didn't the cop want to do paperwork for the guy, he as a tough cop probably took offense to this woman not doing exactly what he was telling her to do and wanted to make her pay by forcing he ex to break into the house, so this way the cop would be able to confront her for disobeying him. Like, how dare she. And she's just lucky them to fighting cops were not there, cause they would have lost their patients with and lost their temper anf brike in themselves and beat her butt.
IescapedNY

Penfield, NY

#5 May 22, 2018
Stephanie wrote:
Why would you want to debate whether or not to break into your ex-lover's home? Has nobody in Rochester heard of a lawsuit?
Tard alert.
IescapedNY

Romulus, NY

#6 May 22, 2018
IescapedNY wrote:
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Tard alert.
The tard list is getting exceptionally long.
Truth hurts liberals

Lakewood, OH

#7 May 23, 2018
Never ever listen to the keystone cops. ....
Chick-fil-A-Sam

Rochester, NY

#8 May 23, 2018
Stephanie wrote:
Why would you want to debate whether or not to break into your ex-lover's home? Has nobody in Rochester heard of a lawsuit?
Apparently, the justice system didn't want to bother with a lawsuit but no they will have to. I expect this matter to appear on live Television too.
DumpTrump

Brockport, NY

#9 May 23, 2018
The dirty RPD will eventually learn a way to teach their officers to turn off their microphones on the body camera before saying stuff like this, and be able to come up with reasonable reasons why they had to turn the mics off.
Fred E

Penfield, NY

#10 May 24, 2018
DumpTrump wrote:
The dirty RPD will eventually learn a way to teach their officers to turn off their microphones on the body camera before saying stuff like this, and be able to come up with reasonable reasons why they had to turn the mics off.
They should assign every beat cop his or her own videographer. It would take the pressure off them, and produce high quality footage -- that could be used by defense attorneys to protect their clients from police abuse of power. To offset the added costs, they could market the best videos to COPS!

A added benefit is that the camera person would be first out of the car, and could signal "all clear" for the officer to exit, saving blue lives.
IescapedNY

Romulus, NY

#11 May 24, 2018
Fred E wrote:
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They should assign every beat cop his or her own videographer. It would take the pressure off them, and produce high quality footage -- that could be used by defense attorneys to protect their clients from police abuse of power. To offset the added costs, they could market the best videos to COPS!

A added benefit is that the camera person would be first out of the car, and could signal "all clear" for the officer to exit, saving blue lives.
I recall when RPD first announced they would issue body cams, our resident deplorables saying it would increase the conviction rates...appears the cams are having the opposite affect.
DumpTrump

Brockport, NY

#12 May 24, 2018
If the love birds were a black couple, i'm afraid pointing that gun out the window would have been handled much differently by the RPD officers. And the judge, jury, and media would have watched the body cam video and found the blacks at fault and that the white cops did all the right things by killing her.

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