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Cop Gets Caught.. Doesnt Like It... Writes Hero False Ticket!

The Giant Noodle

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ANother dirty cop!!!! There have been a large amount of these types of stories in the last 2 years. More and more. This ass hole should be fired and then given a felony asshole charge for breaking his oath, endangering people, providing a false emergency, waisting the time and money of the tax payer, writing false tickets, taking revenge on a citizen...... I cant think of anything else... yet.


A traffic officer is under investigation, accused of acting above the law.

It all began when a city councilman allegedly caught the agent doing something extremely illegal: using his flashing red lights, and speeding, to buy coffee!
It wasn't a red light camera, but a red-haired councilman who caught traffic agent Daniel Chu red-handed, waltzing out of a Dunkin Donuts the other day with a cup of coffee.
"He is livid," City Councilman Daniel Halloran said.
Chu apparently didn't like being caught on candid camera, so he whipped out his ticket book and handed the councilman a $165 ticket for what Halloran says are trumped-up charges.
"He says, 'you're going to take pictures of me? Well, I'm going to write you a summons,'" Halloran said.
But that's only part of the story. A few minutes earlier, Councilman Halloran decided to follow Chu through the quiet streets of his Whitestone, Queens neighborhood after Chu put on his flashing red lights, as if to rush to an emergency.
"He was on a cell phone, talking while this was going on," Halloran said.
The "emergency" soon became apparent.
"He was in a rush to get a coffee coolata at Dunkin Donuts, and felt he could blow stop signs, speed, swerve in traffic," Halloran said.
Halloran says he couldn't believe a traffic agent would break so many laws.
"This guy is running around in a police department vehicle at high rates of speed, careening through a neighborhood, to get to Dunkin Donuts," Halloran said. "I think there's a real problem with that."
It turns out that Officer Chu has something of a history in the neighborhood. Former NYPD cop Tim Dillon told CBS 2 he was a pallbearer at Gleason's Funeral Home when Chu showed up.
"The family was getting ready to transfer the body from the funeral home to the church," Dillon said. "The traffic agent felt that they were all double-parked. There was a confrontation – he started yelling and screaming at the family members.
"Traffic Agent Chu had a cigarette in his mouth, screaming at everybody. He took his cigarette and flicked it toward the area of the family and indiscriminately just started scanning the cars up and down, cursing at them, yelling at them," Dillon said.
There's another thing to consider: if a police officer had seen the traffic agent talking on his cell phone, speeding, and blowing through stop signs, it could have netted him 18 points on his license – and after 11 points, your license gets revoked.
Councilman Halloran is demanding a review of every ticket written by Officer Chu. Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says the case is under investigation.

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uhhh... cool story bro :roll:
 

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Nicceeee! The PBA will back him up though. In 6 months, it'll be like nothing ever happened and he'll be back doing the same thing.
 

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Your story got everything wrong, as usual.
He isn't a cop he is a "meter maid".
 

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Your story got everything wrong, as usual.
He isn't a cop he is a "meter maid".
Not sure of the source of your angst...the article identified him as a 'traffic agent'. The article showed him driving an NYPD car. He is a representative of the city and got caught in an obvious abuse of power. End of story doesnt equate to 'no story'.
 

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Not sure of the source of your angst...the article identified him as a 'traffic agent'. The article showed him driving an NYPD car. He is a representative of the city and got caught in an obvious abuse of power. End of story doesnt equate to 'no story'.
I do believe if you read The Noodle's OP, he labeled the guy as a "COP".
I watched the video made by the Councilman as Chu was writing his parking violation, at no time did the Councilman deny that he wasn't parked blocking a crosswalk. Im just curious as to where the "false ticket" got put in there.
To add to that, in order to have folllowed Chu to the Dunkin' Donuts while Chu was going through intersections with his emergency lights on, the Counciilman would have had to violate several traffic laws himself.

Chu is a moron meter maid, Halloran is a moron Councilman.

Dumb and Dumber.
 
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