Easter drivers good and bad police-fraud stories, but the most compelling of all are the stories of cops who were on the road when an officer pulled over someone for speeding or was acting unprofessionally but had no reason to feel the need to go immediately to the police station and file a complaint

Easter drivers good and bad police-fraud stories, but the most compelling of all are the stories of cops who were on the road when an officer pulled over someone for speeding or was acting unprofessionally but had no reason to feel the need to go immediately to the police station and file a complaint.

One of the stories I heard involves the father of an autistic boy who drove down a rural highway late one night, only to get pulled over by a trooper. The trooper questioned him for a couple of minutes but left before he could give his side of the story.

The father decided to sue the law enforcement agency in court, saying the officer’s question was a pretext for a false arrest, even though the trooper was doing nothing wrong.

He ended up paying an undisclosed amount for the violation. In all, he said the trooper had made three or four unnecessary stops and that he had just had to cross a street when he was pulled over for no reason at all.

It was one of more than 50 examples he sent to the Times to share.

There was a case similar to the one that has been shared with us. In the case of a young man caught speeding in central New Jersey, the trooper said his explanation was too vague. As he explained, his driver’s license was expired so he couldn’t pay his ticket even though he had no other proof of his ability to pay.

The teen, whom the trooper didn’t give his name, agreed to pay the ticket.

Another example of officers pulling over people for not having the proper paperwork to carry out a traffic stop was posted on our page. A police chief was pulled over for a false breathalyzer reading, and when he got out of his car he found a police officer standing there holding a cell phone and telling him to get out of the car.

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