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Source: Click Orlando
November 13, 2012
If the power in the shelter is for public use, then there is no cause to arrest. However if the power if for use by those who rent the shelter (a common policey in many parks) then it would be unauthorized use. Since he is not charging his phone at a homeless shelter, he is probably not allowed in a homeless shelter, and that is typically bcause he won't follow the rules, usually the no drug, no alcohol or no fighting rules.
Guess the Sargeants frustration level was high that day. Probably dealt with this guy too often.
I'm wondering how a homeless person pays for the phone? If I panhandled for money all day i'd save it for a roof over my head or food in my stomach. To each his own.
Well folks I bet this guy was a chronic problem child for the cops and they used the letter of the law to remove him...ZERO TOLERANCE........
How much public money was wasted arresting this "homeless" person and bringing him to court so he could be released?
Have we lost common sense in making arrests?
This is all over the radio and probably the TV here in FL and what do you think people are saying about this?
Common sense needs to be restored...
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