Toledo Trailer Park Drama

This is one of the most annoying videos I have ever seen:

If this is what Toledo is like, remind me never to go there.  Of course there are conflicting stories of what actually happened before this all went down.

According to Toledo News Now, the cop pulled over the daughter-in-law for a license plate violation.  The man in the video arrived home with his family in that truck and didn’t like how the officer was talking to the daughter-in-law.  This is contrary to the description in the youtube video which states “cop pulled somebody over and blocked neighbors driveway, neighbor comes home and asks cop to move vehicle..this is what happens.” so who knows.  The YouTube video was obviously just uploaded by one of those yokels on the sidelines though so I’d be more inclined to believe the news in this case if I had to pick.


Having constraint to not tase everyone in sight who is irritating you has got to be the hardest part about being a cop haha.

Thoughts? From what you can see in the video, was the cop too aggressive?

Hat tip: Jon



Tito September 23, 2013 at 04:22 am

Toledo is only 60 miles from Detroit… maybe that should be an indicator of the quality of person that can be found there.


Marshall September 23, 2013 at 07:30 am

I’m from Toledo. Yah it’s like tha,t you should see what Toledo’s S.E.D. gets away with. Don’t come unless your looking for a chick with a bullet wound, a lot number and neck tattoo.


MakoGroup September 23, 2013 at 08:50 am

That bitch in the red sweater needs to get pimp slapped and told to shut her mouth! Cop was in a high speed wobble IMO. But who knows what happened before the camera was filming for things to get that way.


SittingDown September 23, 2013 at 08:53 am

Did the scooter died?


ohiowill September 23, 2013 at 03:00 pm

As a Toledoian this is unsurprising at best


Mitch September 24, 2013 at 11:01 am

SOMEBODY thinks they are above the law…


Nakedgun September 24, 2013 at 05:39 pm

I was wondering if he proned-out the kid too, or if the kid just thought it was play-time.

But seriously, I’ve seen this video on a few sites and, of course, the beginning of the incident is not on video.


Capt. Glenn September 27, 2013 at 09:19 am

Although the circumstances leading up to this video are unknown you can say that the officer is not thinking when he took the camera and threw it on the grass. The person has the right to photograph when they are on public property and what they are filming is in plain view. The officer could be sited for attempting to destroy evidence when this gets into the courtroom.



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