Assist attorney driven home by police

Assist attorney driven home by police

There are 10 comments on the WPTV Local News story from Feb 23, 2012, titled Assist attorney driven home by police. In it, WPTV Local News reports that:

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - An assistant city attorney was given a ride home early Saturday morning after police thought she was driving while "borderline" intoxicated, and no citations were issued or arrests made, police officials said Thursday.

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Sorrytosay

Hialeah, FL

#1 Feb 23, 2012
I bet some people in the area are saying "off with her head".

This city is lame!!!

Since: Jul 11

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#2 Feb 23, 2012
a ride home are you F--kin kiddin me only in FL like the martin county sheriff a while back drivin his truck into a ditch piss drunk or how bout the martin county cop that sold crack to an undercover criminals policing criminals swell system we have here the same officer that sold the crack got busted after she was released from crack sales turns around and lies to fellow criminal oops officerabout a fugitives location ya buddy martin county where integrity is obsolete
feel safe now

Since: Jul 11

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#3 Feb 23, 2012
also theres a martin county cop that lives in PSL beat the shit out of his wife arrested in psl but still has his job at the martin county sheriff or how bout Sansone that martin co cop that held his old lady captive and was arrested cops are no better than the kids down the street from ya that flip ya a bird when ya drive by some are good majority are no better than the dried dog shit on the bottom of your shoe
U forget the bottom line

Fort Pierce, FL

#4 Feb 23, 2012
She did not commit a crime like the people you talk about Flymcgooch...and I don't see hwere anyone says she tried to use her position for her benefit, so much for ur lack of integrity theory. Even people arrested are innocent til proven guilty, and here was no crime!!!
Ridiculous

Miami, FL

#5 Feb 24, 2012
Preferential treatment much? The ass covering is full effect.
Ridiculous

Miami, FL

#6 Feb 25, 2012
An update. This isn't her first alcohol-related incident either. Kind of odd that people in positions like hers get treated with kid gloves in a situation wherein the book would be thrown at most. The fact that she's a lawyer/city attorney on top of it, makes the entire thing reek of hypocrisy and double standards, with one set of rules for the general public and another for those who are well connected.
http://www.tcpalm.com/news/2012/feb/24/port-s...
Sorrytosay

Hialeah, FL

#7 Feb 27, 2012
So much has taken place over this weekend when it comes to city officials and the pslpd.

Dismantle the city government and the pd..hand it over to the county. The city government is too big for its britches.

Rome was created....and it fell!!
Do we need to hit rock bottom to fix what's going on? IMO - how much more can we take? The city officials are ALWAYS in the paper or on the news. That's not the attention this city needs. No new business or even a new resident would want to move here.
Sorrytosay

Hialeah, FL

#8 Feb 27, 2012
Ridiculous wrote:
An update. This isn't her first alcohol-related incident either. Kind of odd that people in positions like hers get treated with kid gloves in a situation wherein the book would be thrown at most. The fact that she's a lawyer/city attorney on top of it, makes the entire thing reek of hypocrisy and double standards, with one set of rules for the general public and another for those who are well connected.
http://www.tcpalm.com/news/2012/feb/24/port-s...
OMG!! Not her first incident?? Why is she still employed? What does it have to come to, to replace her? Someone getting killed? A serious accident? She needs help and needs it ASAP!!!
Sorrytosay

Hialeah, FL

#9 Feb 27, 2012
Ridiculous wrote:
Preferential treatment much? The ass covering is full effect.
It's absolutely preferential treatment. Had it been you or I? Do not pass Go...go directly to jail!!!

But I've got a question...if she wasn't intoxicated and couldnt be charge with a DUI....then why drive her home? Why not allow her to drive herself home? The same with the officer. Why allow her friend to drive her home? Why couldn't the officer drive herself? too many unanswered questions. All it takes is common sense to look right through the story.
Ridiculous

Miami, FL

#10 Feb 27, 2012
Sorrytosay wrote:
<quoted text>It's absolutely preferential treatment. Had it been you or I? Do not pass Go...go directly to jail!!!
But I've got a question...if she wasn't intoxicated and couldnt be charge with a DUI....then why drive her home? Why not allow her to drive herself home? The same with the officer. Why allow her friend to drive her home? Why couldn't the officer drive herself? too many unanswered questions. All it takes is common sense to look right through the story.
Because, obviously they have a separate set of rules from us "regular folks." It's a sad state of affairs when those tasked with upholding the rules can't even follow them themselves. Disgusting, but hardly surprising.

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