looks like jon yates did it again

looks like jon yates did it again

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frank

Lenoir City, TN

#1 Apr 24, 2013
looks like jon yates wrecked out another guy during a police chase.
he needs to get fired because last he killed 2 guys while going down hwy 72 during a storm and didnt even back off. he is just an old prick who only cares about hiself.
http://www.wbir.com/news/article/271441/2/Car...
Mitch

United States

#2 Apr 24, 2013
You couldn't be a bigger idiot! Those guys wrecked out during a chase after committing a burglary...they were about as smart as yourself
Lol

United States

#3 Apr 24, 2013
Good job loudon pd.
loser

Antioch, TN

#4 Apr 24, 2013
Frankly frank u a r keyboard coward...time to get off your moms couch and grow up....good job London pd
frank

Oliver Springs, TN

#5 Apr 24, 2013
yates had time to back off it was raining bacause he knew about all them curves goin out towards roane county. if you seen the dash cam video you would know what im talking about.
sue anne

Oliver Springs, TN

#6 Apr 24, 2013
All the cops in loudon are idots.
Lol

United States

#7 Apr 24, 2013
I think they do a great job. You must be on of the meatheads they have put in jail!
Mitch

United States

#8 Apr 25, 2013
Bunch of Internet tough guys and law enforcement geniuses on here...

Since: Mar 12

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#9 Apr 25, 2013
Mitch wrote:
Bunch of Internet tough guys and law enforcement geniuses on here...
Yeah, Don't chase criminals who flee on foot, because they might slip on the mud or the ice and break their backs.
And don't chase burglars who flee in a car either. You'll make them drive fast and they might wreck.

So if you get hurt resisting arrest by flight, it's the cops' fault because if they had not been chasing you it would not have happened?

Allow me to explain the Economic Golden Rule: He who supplies the gold RULES.
That means me. I own property in Loudon and pay tax on it. I supply the gold for those salaries. There are many others just like me.
We expect the police to arrest the criminal element. If that is you and you flee, we expect them to pursue. If you fight and assault them, we expect them to kick the crap out of you and we will vote to convict you.

If that isn't clear enough please post any questions you may have. If I cannot answer I'm sure someone else will.
frank

Lenoir City, TN

#10 Apr 25, 2013
you dont know what your talking about you just want to make a scene like jon did when he caused the crash and he tried to get out of it by saying it wasnt his fault. if your talkig about voting to convict someone in a crime.you nned to convict police officer who causes crashes and killing people just like people do out here on streets its the same thing, their dead and you cant change it.

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#11 Apr 25, 2013
I know exactly what I'm talking about.
I am talking about using my vote as a juror to convict you.

Yes, if police commit crimes they need to be convicted too. But we aren't talking about Tony Aikens here. We are talking about LPD officers pursuing criminals who resist arrest by flight. Chasing them is the officer's job. They need to do it.
frank

Oak Ridge, TN

#12 Apr 25, 2013
Tony aikens is a good cp as far as i now
Mitch

Madisonville, TN

#13 Apr 25, 2013
Really frank? The multiple indictments only to be dismissed by the SAME judge whose son is now city judge in LC doesn't seen a little fishy???
maximus

Hickory, NC

#14 Apr 25, 2013
Anyone who runs from the police get what they deserve.If they weren't guily why would they run in the first place? Just a few years ago a dumbass in my town was blue lighted because his motorcycle had a brake light out. He decided to run, his bike caught loose gravel while going around a curve at about 90mph and he died on the scene. Everyone blamed the cop..Why? It was dark out, the guy was zooming in and out of traffic without any tail lights. Who knows, this guy gave up his life to avoid a simple ticket, or maybe just a warning and an escort home BUT because perhaps he had a guily concious he lost his life. Oh well, in my opinion he deserved his just punishment...

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#15 Apr 25, 2013
maximus wrote:
Anyone who runs from the police get what they deserve.If they weren't guily why would they run in the first place? Just a few years ago a dumbass in my town was blue lighted because his motorcycle had a brake light out. He decided to run, his bike caught loose gravel while going around a curve at about 90mph and he died on the scene. Everyone blamed the cop..Why? It was dark out, the guy was zooming in and out of traffic without any tail lights. Who knows, this guy gave up his life to avoid a simple ticket, or maybe just a warning and an escort home BUT because perhaps he had a guily concious he lost his life. Oh well, in my opinion he deserved his just punishment...
That's a sad story. But if it was up to the officer the guy would've stopped. The officer can hardly be blamed for that guy's decision.
Mitch, you got one thing wrong on the judge who dismissed Aikens' indictment. His son is now the city
attorney, not the city judge.
Mitch

Duncan, SC

#16 Apr 26, 2013
Oops...I knew that but just labeled it wrong
frank

Lenoir City, TN

#17 Apr 26, 2013
when their speed reach a certain speed or in a bad location their is suppose to terminate, but as far as i know i only know 1 cop in loudon did that the other day chasing a motorcycle towards monroe county and they clocked him about 100 so i dont blame that popo hes a good one.

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#18 Apr 26, 2013
frank wrote:
when their speed reach a certain speed or in a bad location their is suppose to terminate
Yeah, right. No matter what they did?
No matter if it's a felony or misdemeanor. Right?
If they can go a certain speed then you let them get away?

Frank, quit making s#*% up"
I Think This

Lebanon, TN

#19 Apr 26, 2013
The cop is risking his own life, as they do every day, to catch a criminal. That is what they are willing to do because that is their job. They don't get paid nearly enough, but they do it anyway. God Bless the honest policemen and women, and I prefer to think most of them are honest.
It is the politicians that are crooked.
blahblah

Sevierville, TN

#20 Apr 26, 2013
Just FYI fleeing in a motor vehicle is a felony in TN. But again, no matter what, the Police will be bashed if they do the jobs or don't do enough to satisfy whomever. Bottom line, a CRIMINAL broke the law, the police responded, the CRIMINAL fled in a vehicle which is called "Felony Fleeing", the CRIMINAL crashes because he can't maintain control of his vehicle. Yet it's the officer's fault? Yeah sounds about par for the mindset of half of this country. Geeze. At least if you are going to complain have some validity to your argument.

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