arbee

Temecula, CA

#122 Apr 11, 2011
Veilside wrote:
I don't blame the cops in California because there is a lot of gang and gang activity in California. I would say it is just bad luck what happened to you. At least we know they are doing their jobs to keep gangs out of Temecula, if they don't it will end up like Lankaster and all other cities.
There's no gangs in temecula

Since: Jan 09

california

#123 Apr 25, 2011
I was pulled over on 79 one night for a tail light that was slightly "dimmer" than the other. The female deputy said she pulled me over because they were "bored".
Temecula Resident

Temecula, CA

#124 May 7, 2011
My theory is that if you aren't doing anything illegal you will never have an encounter with the cops. Everytime I received a ticket for a moving violation I was guilty. No doubt about it. To all those complaining about the cops and their behaviors, try being good citizens. That way you won't ever have to worry about having to deal with the cops. If you were pulled over or the cops are harrassing you, chances are you need to hold yourselve accountable to a large degree.
Temecula Resident

Temecula, CA

#125 May 7, 2011
arbee wrote:
<quoted text>
There's no gangs in temecula
How do you know that?
187 Temecula

Robertsdale, AL

#126 May 7, 2011
I hate the temecula police. They are worthless. I would rather spend the rest life in jail for hurting someone then haveing no help with the police. All I have to say is it's time for a 187.
Momintemecula

United States

#127 Sep 9, 2011
A couple of years ago my daughter lived in an apt on Margarita (she has since moved due to this). One night around 3 am her front door was kicked in by the Temecula police, her bedroom door was kicked in; they woke her up by putting flashlights and shotguns in her face. The police had everyone (my daughter and her two roommates) get up while they searched the apt, at no time did they tell the girls what they were looking for or why they were searching her apt. When the police finished they said that they were looking for a man that had lived in that apt 5 YEARS ago, this man had been involved in a shooting in the neighboring town. Okay I understand that the police have no idea who or what is going on in that apt but if they had taken just a couple of minutes to speak with the onsite apt managers none of that would have happened, they would have found out that he no longer lived there and that over time many people had moved in and out of that unit. It really scares me to think that one wrong move from any of those girls and we would have been scheduling a funeral instead of holding our very upset daughter who had never even had a traffic ticket. She still to this day has problems from what occurred with the police of Temecula.
SRN Riverside

Winchester, CA

#128 Oct 15, 2011
John wrote:
The Temecula and Murrieta police have nothing better to do then to harass people. You would think that they would be looking for real criminals but I guess that would require some effort of their part. I see police pulling people over all the time. And not just that it takes like 5 cops, the police dogs and a search of the car just to give a ticket. My son got pulled over a few months back and the police officer actually told him that he didn't do anything wrong that he just wanted his name to be heard over the radio so his sergeant would hear that he was doing something.
Come on already!
I totally agree with you. While there are probably some decent law enforcement officers out there, I am not personally familiar with any of them. From my own personal experiences and those of acquaintenances, I think there are a majority of law enforcement officers who are pompous bullies who use their badge to intimidate and flex their "muscle" to use the law to their own use. Thru their inappropriate and wrongful actions, many lives are devastated to some varying degree. I have little respect for law enforcement officers/officials because of these experiences. I don't think the public is willing to pursue complaints of these officers' actions because of the futility of it. When trying to file a complaint, there is so much run around that is encountered, that the average person just gives up. To address these injustices takes a huge emotional and physical toll of the human psyche; and a lot of valuable time. In the end, preservation of self is best served to let it all drop--that is unfortunate. Thankfully, there are now more and more law enforcement agencies that are using electronic video and recording devices that can be used to bring about charges to the officers who demonstrating misconduct either verbally, or physically. In the end, God will judge them for their behavior and actions. That is what brings me some solace.
SRN Riverside

Winchester, CA

#129 Oct 15, 2011
Temecula Resident wrote:
My theory is that if you aren't doing anything illegal you will never have an encounter with the cops. Everytime I received a ticket for a moving violation I was guilty. No doubt about it. To all those complaining about the cops and their behaviors, try being good citizens. That way you won't ever have to worry about having to deal with the cops. If you were pulled over or the cops are harrassing you, chances are you need to hold yourselve accountable to a large degree.
Wrong...I was doing nothing wrong and was wrongfully pulled over and cited on the whim of an officer wishing to flex his "muscle". The citation was absurb. Even at the trial, you could see the disbelief on the judge's face over the citation. It was a JOKE. In the end, the judge asked me to stay until the end of the court proceedings and "allowed" me to go to traffic school to dismiss the citation--normally, if the case was presented to the court, traffic school would not be an option. This was my first and only encounter with the legal system, and I found it to be totally absurd. Any idiot would have dismissed the case. While the judge may have recognized the foolishness of this officer's case, he did not have the courage to address it and follow through as it should have been. Thieves and criminals all stick together. In hindsight, I should have secured a lawyer and am confident that it would have been dismissed and I could have watched that smug look on that pompous officer disappear. Any reasonable jury, would have thrown out the case. Just goes to show, the ordinary citizen does not stand a chance against the system. That's why so much of the population fails to take an interest in the political environment of our nation. What's the use?
SRN Riverside

Winchester, CA

#130 Oct 15, 2011
excops x wrote:
To cops win again: Maybe you should get a job as a cop and then you can put your money where your mouth is. See what the job really entails then maybe you won't be so quick to judge.
Oh and while you are checking out the noise in your own back yard and you find yourself face to face with that career criminal who has a weapon and will not hesitate to take a life because you got in their way just remember...if you harm them you will be tied up in court for a good portion of your life and possibly in jail while they are released back into society and possibly living in your house they won in the lawsuit.
To Good citizen: With the recent news of 3 major organized gangs in the Temecula/Murrieta area I'd say you should be more concerned that there aren't enough cops to slow the ever growing crime rate and to deter the gangs from taking over and turning "perfect little Temecula" into another L.A. Yeah, you're right....you better watch your back.....
Geez...that sounds like a threatening remark...typical...not surprising...
cocerned

Temecula, CA

#131 Nov 20, 2011
Ann wrote:
You will not get an apology. The cops will say they are doing their job. They increase their own risk of endangerment by their attitudes toward innocent victims of their assaults. I'm confident that not all police officers have the same attitude. But I personally have, more than twice, being bullied by the Temecula police. They have gone so far as to break into my home, knock on my ten year olds bedroom door, waking her up with a flashlight in her face, and holding a gun to her, asking why she was so nervous and was she on drugs. When she said she just woke up they replied, "don't get smart with us young lady". My daughter was so traumatized after the incident that she would not sleep without me in bed with her for months after. The whole incident was because they thought there was runaways in the house because while taking a drunk neighbor home from the casino, they saw teens going through the side gate of my house. Go figure that one. It's no use trying to get any justification for their behavior because they will just lie about it.
Prime example: look at the deputy Michael Hamilton, who cuffed a lilttle child after he and his goon squad pointed automatic weapons at this kid, you would think they would apologise..How many temecula deputies does it take, to take down a child? what next? children behind bars? stun guns on children or better yet will they use tazers?
cocerned

Temecula, CA

#132 Nov 20, 2011
SRN Riverside wrote:
<quoted text>Geez...that sounds like a threatening remark...typical...not surprising...
Another lying Deputy! We need to bring back the police force, and put the deputies back at the jails where they feel at home!
USMC

Hemet, CA

#133 Nov 20, 2011
cocerned wrote:
<quoted text>
Prime example: look at the deputy Michael Hamilton, who cuffed a lilttle child after he and his goon squad pointed automatic weapons at this kid, you would think they would apologise..How many temecula deputies does it take, to take down a child? what next? children behind bars? stun guns on children or better yet will they use tazers?
They didn't point automatic weapons at your kid. They were semi-automatic much like most of their handguns. One trigger pull = one round down range which is semi-automatic. Automatic means one trigger pull and multiple rounds down range. Automatic weapons, even for cops are illegal in this state. Only qualified SWAT team members with valid certificates can carry automatic weapons and I doubt this was a SWAT mission on your kid because if it was, then I think you aren't telling the whole story. Anyways just making a point from those that watch TV and movies and think they know everything.
USMC

Hemet, CA

#134 Nov 20, 2011
topgun0848 wrote:
I was pulled over on 79 one night for a tail light that was slightly "dimmer" than the other. The female deputy said she pulled me over because they were "bored".
Riiiiiight, and then she asked you for your number because she wanted a date.....

Since: Nov 11

Location hidden

#135 Nov 20, 2011
Temecula Resident wrote:
My theory is that if you aren't doing anything illegal you will never have an encounter with the cops. Everytime I received a ticket for a moving violation I was guilty. No doubt about it. To all those complaining about the cops and their behaviors, try being good citizens. That way you won't ever have to worry about having to deal with the cops. If you were pulled over or the cops are harrassing you, chances are you need to hold yourselve accountable to a large degree.
the problem is "WE The People" are tired of the sheriffs alegation fetishes, wake up smell the coffee google deputy misconduct it's all over riverside county we want to be heard, and will start an "occupy riverside misconduct" if we have too...it's starting to head that way.
Marco

Temecula, CA

#136 Nov 20, 2011
Good Citizen wrote:
The Police in Temecula, are corrupt!
Watch your back, Riverside Couty Sheriff has many cases of this!
getting out of hand

Since: Jan 09

california

#137 Nov 21, 2011
USMC wrote:
<quoted text>
Riiiiiight, and then she asked you for your number because she wanted a date.....
No, just pulled me over because she was bored.
temecula born

Temecula, CA

#138 Nov 30, 2011
Concerned Citizen wrote:
Typical rants against police. The old saying holds very true....." Everyone supports law enforcement until the law is enforced on them." Bunch of whiners....
look around moron! Cops are going to to jail too! they are peaking at the highest corruption level ever! Riverside holds the worst deputy misconduct they rank 1st place congratulations, thast why We the citizens have you live outside our city +50 miles, just google it, riverside has caused inmate over crowding with all thoer stupidity in allegations and manufacturing weapons like butter knifes and other dumb stuff, if your a cop you really need to take off your moniker name "temecula citizen " You will never be a temecula citizen, you are an alien virus to us... again just google it! matter of fact.. type the words " pure liar " in the google search box.. then come back and tell us what you saw...Id-iot. you guys lie so much even your wives cheat on you...
Timmy

Temecula, CA

#139 Nov 30, 2011
USMC wrote:
<quoted text>
Riiiiiight, and then she asked you for your number because she wanted a date.....
of course, all wives cheat on deputies, they are sick of their bs too. just like us.
me too

Temecula, CA

#140 Nov 30, 2011
USMC wrote:
<quoted text>
They didn't point automatic weapons at your kid. They were semi-automatic much like most of their handguns. One trigger pull = one round down range which is semi-automatic. Automatic means one trigger pull and multiple rounds down range. Automatic weapons, even for cops are illegal in this state. Only qualified SWAT team members with valid certificates can carry automatic weapons and I doubt this was a SWAT mission on your kid because if it was, then I think you aren't telling the whole story. Anyways just making a point from those that watch TV and movies and think they know everything.
doesnt matter they had no reason pointing guns at children..man what a dumb-azz
me too

Temecula, CA

#141 Nov 30, 2011
topgun0848 wrote:
I was pulled over on 79 one night for a tail light that was slightly "dimmer" than the other. The female deputy said she pulled me over because they were "bored".
but of course no man wants to deal with an idiot cop...

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