Royse City Police Department
simple

Forney, TX

#122 Nov 27, 2012
Averagejoekool427 wrote:
The cops are liars! Plain and simple. I had gotten a speeding ticket on Main Street and the cop ( I won't mention his name, but it rhymes with furtis) lied on the stand under oath twice!! Because I went to trial for it and of course got found guilty because the court is a cops best friend and it apparently helps when the officer is a dumb ass lying pig! Thanks
Don't speed and you won't get a ticket. Plain and simple.
Jethro Bodine

Lockhart, TX

#123 Nov 27, 2012
Averagejoekool427 wrote:
The cops are liars! Plain and simple. I had gotten a speeding ticket on Main Street and the cop ( I won't mention his name, but it rhymes with furtis) lied on the stand under oath twice!! Because I went to trial for it and of course got found guilty because the court is a cops best friend and it apparently helps when the officer is a dumb ass lying pig! Thanks
Why would you speed down Main St? You deserve a ticket. You could have killed somebody. Idiot you should no better.
simple

Forney, TX

#124 Nov 27, 2012
Jethro Bodine wrote:
<quoted text>Why would you speed down Main St? You deserve a ticket. You could have killed somebody. Idiot you should no better.
Amen Brutha! And because the police officers story was different than this fools, makes him a "lying pig"! Wait to this p_$$y hears a "prowler", I guarantee he won't hesitate calling 911 for the same police officer to come save his sorry _$$.
Jethro Bodine

Lockhart, TX

#125 Nov 27, 2012
simple wrote:
<quoted text>Amen Brutha! And because the police officers story was different than this fools, makes him a "lying pig"! Wait to this p_$$y hears a "prowler", I guarantee he won't hesitate calling 911 for the same police officer to come save his sorry _$$.
You got that right!!

“Music Lover”

Since: Jan 11

Royse City Texas

#126 Nov 28, 2012
Aww the brethren speaks! How do you know he wasn't telling the truth? The judge will always favor the officer.
simple

Lockhart, TX

#127 Nov 28, 2012
Rockstar hippy wrote:
Aww the brethren speaks! How do you know he wasn't telling the truth? The judge will always favor the officer.
How do you he was? The judge does not always favor the police office. Otherwise there would be a 100% conviction rate. Do thy research before bumping thy gums! Real easy to throw BS out without backing it up.

“Music Lover”

Since: Jan 11

Royse City Texas

#128 Nov 28, 2012
simple wrote:
<quoted text>
How do you he was? The judge does not always favor the police office. Otherwise there would be a 100% conviction rate. Do thy research before bumping thy gums! Real easy to throw BS out without backing it up.
Guess we'll never know since there was no cell phone video around
simple

Lockhart, TX

#129 Nov 28, 2012
Rockstar hippy wrote:
<quoted text>Guess we'll never know since there was no cell phone video around
Yep, plus, what does the officer have to gain? What does the driver? Hmm....wonder who had incentive to lie.

“Music Lover”

Since: Jan 11

Royse City Texas

#130 Nov 28, 2012
simple wrote:
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Yep, plus, what does the officer have to gain? What does the driver? Hmm....wonder who had incentive to lie.
maybe the city needed more revenue........lol, there is incentive.

I'm good with the Royse City Officers and most are my friends.
I'm not taking this guys side either. I have seen Quinlin guys lie at their speed trap. Even when you slow down to 10mph below the speed limit they'll write you up for 10-15 over.
Most people that live there will tell you about that.
Oh well, the world ain't perfect
Random

Forney, TX

#131 Jul 9, 2013
kid wrote:
obviously Howard you have not been woken up in the middle of the night by RCPD to tell you that your car is parked an inch or two to far from the curb. Obvioulsy you have not gotten a ticket for having one of your tires of your vehicle in the grass when I see everday complete vehicles parked in the grass... I have many many more of the seven years I have been in Royse City including telling the police department where drugs were grown in a specific resident for them only to tell me there was nothing they could do about it. and I assure you we are not trouble makers, we dont break the law and we dont act like a fool. Yes I am upset with the RCPD with justifiiable cause.
Not to metion completely rude and will act on the word of anyone, and utilize absolutely NO common sense whatsoever. And if you ever have any question about their behavior, the department will stick up for them and make notes that you are 'mental' just because you questions they're no-it-all behavior. They should just get rid of then entire lot of them and have the sherriff's department train in new recruits. The county's policy and proceedures are much more efficent, and they still have respect for citizen's and are helpful to them. But don't count on local PD. They don't seem to have any respect for anyone, and just seem to be dis-respectful for no reason.
Random

Forney, TX

#132 Jul 9, 2013
mongoose wrote:
I appreciated them following up on both cases. The first incident being 4 hrs later after crooks were gone. Great job! On the second and last incident I merely did'nt appreciate the police threats on issuing a citation even though there is no ordiance in my area. If your going to give me a ticket--give it and move on to other crime in the area instead of harassing tax payers.
or at least have a reason to issue the ticket right? Like if there is no ordinance, then why did they give you a citation? Beacuse your nosey neighbor wanted them too?

Please they need to work harder on confirming the facts before just believing any crazy thing you neighbor cooks up. We shouldn't get in trouble just because other people have issues or may need medication.
bob

United States

#133 Jul 9, 2013
Or the hypocrisy of them righting tickets for window tint and all their trucks have theirs black as night (just drive by the parking lot behind their building). Don't try telling the chief either.
Huh

Rockwall, TX

#134 Jul 9, 2013
Really - that is your beef? So since they speed, you can speed as well? Why would a marked police car need tinted windows - maybe officer safety or crime prevention. Don't like the law, tell the legislature. Don't want tickets, don't break the law.
bob

United States

#135 Jul 9, 2013
Huh wrote:
Really - that is your beef? So since they speed, you can speed as well? Why would a marked police car need tinted windows - maybe officer safety or crime prevention. Don't like the law, tell the legislature. Don't want tickets, don't break the law.
It's their personal vehicle Sir/Ma'am and they are not exempt. I didn't know mine was illegal. Got a ticket, had it removed, and paid a small fine. I'm sorry I was unclear.
just in time

Arlington, TX

#136 Jul 9, 2013
Has anyone considered it might be safer for a police officer to have their windows darker in their personal vehicle for safety? Not saying it is right or not against the law but I'm saying for those who work in the same town as they live I can understand. A police officer is never really considered off duty. Who knows who has a beef with them and sees them driving down the street and retaliates.

Plus it is state mandated and their vehicle has to pass state inspection. If someone is passing their vehicle and gets caught they will lose their license and damage their business.

Not arguing just food for thought or another point of view
bob

United States

#137 Jul 9, 2013
just in time wrote:
Has anyone considered it might be safer for a police officer to have their windows darker in their personal vehicle for safety? Not saying it is right or not against the law but I'm saying for those who work in the same town as they live I can understand. A police officer is never really considered off duty. Who knows who has a beef with them and sees them driving down the street and retaliates.

Plus it is state mandated and their vehicle has to pass state inspection. If someone is passing their vehicle and gets caught they will lose their license and damage their business.

Not arguing just food for thought or another point of view
I disagree. They should set the example, not be the exception. Your what if is possible, but highly improbable. I do agree though about the inspection, which raises greater concerns.
Jesse James

United States

#138 Jan 25, 2014
Rc cops want rc residents money and will do any thing to get it and there. Dumb
huh

Wolfe City, TX

#139 Jan 25, 2014
Jesse James wrote:
Rc cops want rc residents money and will do any thing to get it and there. Dumb
Where's this come from?

Since: Mar 12

Royse City, TX

#140 Jan 27, 2014
huh wrote:
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Where's this come from?
Someone who is illiterate apparently.
Deer in the Headlights

Forney, TX

#141 Mar 1, 2014
RC police are good at what they do. What they do is arrest good people with no crime history and work as hard as they can to make a BS case stick.

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