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Source: WXII 12
January 24, 2013
This is the second stolen police car I have heard about in the last month or so where the suspect was handcuffed and placed in the back seat of the patrol car and somehow got into the driver's seat. Either there was no partition or the partition was not closed. We as responsible officers, have to make sure that if there is a partition, it has to remain closed. And maybe we should start buckling these suspects up immediately when we put them in the backseat. I think this could be a great learning lesson for us all. Prayers for the officer involved and the lady that was hurt.
Curious how the Jacksonville Police Department vehicle is configured to hold persons in custody that would allow the arrested party to move into the front seat. Sounds like the unit was void of a partition and the suspect not seat belted in...... but then I wasn't there.
Prosecute this fledgling piece of fecal matter as an adult and keep him locked up.
A word comes to mind. The word is moron. Not too pretty bright, eh! Prayers for the Officer and the lady!
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