helltooth

United States

#21 Dec 10, 2008
y is he a chicken shit or something
helltooth

United States

#22 Dec 10, 2008
y is he a chicken shit
guest wrote:
i'm sure he'd give you the keys to drive it off into the river.

Since: Dec 08

Champaign, IL

#23 Dec 11, 2008
Well I have a semi jacked up truck. Big green truck with Generations on the front and back. So I don't know why helltooth keeps referring to the jacked up truck drivers as being men. Us girls can handle big trucks too. The fat girl thing is hilarious but in defense to the big girls out there.. I have more big girl friends then little girl friends. They can jump in and out better than little girls. Little girls break easier and can't take a ride like a big girl.. (the boys out there know what I am saying)
insomniac

Conroe, TX

#24 Dec 11, 2008
It was totally meant for laughs cause dont get me wrong i love nothing more than a thick chick, like you said lil girls break easier and i like a girl who can handle a "rough ride" lol
skippy

Caplinger Mills, MO

#25 Dec 11, 2008
Seriously? yall are wantin to beat someone's ass because they have jacked up trucks? Damn, get a life..
skippy

Caplinger Mills, MO

#26 Dec 11, 2008
and that's not referring to the previous comments, it's referring to the first comments.. sorry bout that
helltooth

United States

#27 Dec 11, 2008
yeah i would beat em up. big trucks are stupid and a waste of money. but noone will tell who drives em. got that skippy
skippy

Caplinger Mills, MO

#28 Dec 11, 2008
lmao, does mommy need to buy you a jacked up truck? is somebody jealous??? poor baby!
duh

Ozark, AL

#29 Dec 11, 2008
helltooth wrote:
Why do guys drive around in these jacked up trucks all the time.....
it's so they can go thru more mud and water and over more things when 4 wheelin.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#30 Dec 11, 2008
if i had a jacked up truck i would get illegal tint, cause ain't no cop going to get up there and check it.
helltooth

United States

#31 Dec 11, 2008
My moms dead prick. They prolly have em so high so the idiots can go hunting.
skippy

Caplinger Mills, MO

#32 Dec 11, 2008
Hunting in pocahontas ar? no crap!..
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#33 Dec 11, 2008
who gives a crap if that generations chick has a jacked up truck. i don't
helltooth

United States

#34 Dec 11, 2008
i think that she thinks she is special
Winebaugh Jr

Forney, TX

#35 Dec 11, 2008
there just mad they cant afford nice trucks lol

Since: Dec 08

Champaign, IL

#36 Dec 11, 2008
Lmao.. You two (helltooth and guest)are hilarious.. Glad you pay attention..
skippy

Caplinger Mills, MO

#37 Dec 12, 2008
.. i agree, dumbasses
Ballsack Mcgee

Fayetteville, AR

#38 Dec 13, 2008
I drive a jacked up Peterbilt.
Oh Pulease

Fayetteville, WV

#39 Dec 13, 2008
funny but true wrote:
<quoted text>
4th Ammendent- The "Stop and Detain" Pre-Arrest Contact-Reasonable Suspicion Reguired:
An officer acting under the (reasonable suspicion) rule may require the person to remain in or near such a place in the officer's presence for such a time as is reasonable under the circumstances and in No event more than 15 minutes.
Ark.R.Crim.Pro.,Rules 3.1 and 3.2
Well funny, I see you did your homework, but I also see that you forgot to add the complete paragraph. Why didn't you put the next sentence (the one in parenthesis) in to complete the entire rule??

Here is the COMPLETE paragraph:
The “Stop and Detain” Pre-Arrest Contact – Reasonable Suspicion Required: The Sheriff or his deputy(when lawfully present in any place) are authorized (in the performance of law enforcement duties) stop and detain any person – so long as: 1) the officer reasonably suspects that person is committing, has committed, or is about to commit (i) a felony or (ii) a misdemeanor involving danger of forcible injury to a person or of appropriation of or damage to property and 2) such action is reasonably necessary either to obtain or verify the identification of the person or to determine the lawfulness of his conduct. An officer who has detained a person based on reasonable suspicion shall immediately advise that person of the officer’s official identity and the reason for the detention. An officer acting
under this rule may require the person to remain in or near such place in the officer’s presence for such time as is reasonable under the circumstances and in no event more not more than 15 minutes.

Okay, here is the part you left out, which is the next line:

At the end of such period, the person detained shall be released without further restraint, or arrested and charged with an offense (if the “reasonable cause to believe” requirement for an arrest has been met). Ark. R. Crim. Pro., Rules 3.1 and 3.2.

In other words if I find probable cause to hold you longer than 15 minutes I can hold you for a longer amount of time if needed.
Oh Pulease

Fayetteville, WV

#40 Dec 13, 2008
If you want to read the entire law go to the following website...
www.callrainwater.com/pdf/Force%20072%20-%20P...

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