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My First Arrest

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Posted almost 6 years ago

 

My first arrest was a 2nd Degree DWI, Gross Misdemeanor, Test Refusal. It came on the second shift after I finished my FTO process and I am not sure who was more nervous. Did receive a guilty plea from the driver and never had to go to court. Very exciting night except for the 4 hours of OT it took to finish up everything. I have to thank my instructors at Alex Tech, they did an excellent job and it all went very smooth.

In_remembrance_of_oakland_pd_max50_max50_max50_max50

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My first arrest was a escapee from the prison system. Myself and a old Sgt went to a trailer where he was believe to be staying, which actually was a house of ill repute (whore house). We gain enterance but then when we located him hid in the house we were assualted by the ladies. We managed to retrieve him and leave but fighting him and them all the way. We used so much mace that we had to change vehicles, We finally got him to jail and callled DOC to come and get him .  What a time!!

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Rate This | Posted almost 6 years ago

 

My first arrest was the first night I worked on my own after being with an FTO for a month.  When I say "worked on my own" I mean all by myself.  There wasn't another deputy or state trooper 10-41 in the county.  He was a certifiable 10-96.  I was sent to his house on a welfare check and he met me at the door with a rifle.  After I talked him into a set of handcuffs, I transported him to the nearest mental health facility.

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Rate This | Posted almost 6 years ago

 

My first day on the job was very exciting ,as was the first arrest.  We got into a pursuit of a stolen vehicle on Day shift.  The car crashed into a snowbank and the occupants ran across a field in thigh deep snow.  We of course had to follow them.  I was right behind a very short officer running with his shotgun at port arms when he went head first into some deep snow.  All I could see were his two legs sticking straight up waving in the air.   I helped him out and continued the foot pursuit.  We caught up to the suspects trying to break into some more cars at a nearby apartment complex and arrested them.  I don't remember what the suspect looked like, but the sight of my partner stuck head first in the snowbank will stay with me forever.

Battering-ram-full_max50

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Rate This | Posted almost 6 years ago

 

My first arrest was when I was working a foot post and I still remember the post (FP18 Charlie Sector) it was a shopping complex. I was just walking and a security guard was chasing a skell on a shop lifting job and he pretty much ran right in front of me (I guess he didn't see me in uniform) So I just stepped behind him ran about 10 steps, tackled him and cuffed him by that time my partner already had put the job over the air and a sector car was enroute. It wasn't the collar of the year but it sure felt good slappin the cuff's on him.

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Rate This | Posted almost 6 years ago

 

My first arrest was a DWI and took the passenger in for P.I.  It was about 30 degrees out (which is extremely cold for Texas).  I was shaking like a leaf because it was cold and I have to admit......a little scared, but pumped.  I got over the scared thing and then did the 6 hours of paperwork.

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Rate This | Posted over 5 years ago

 

My first arrest while I was in FTO and I'm fresh out of the academy, where you did your practicals and just about everyone fought you tooth and nail. 


I'm on the street patrolling when another cop stops a car, so I went as back up and we checked the guy for warrants.  Obviously he had several, so I go up to the guy and tell him that he's got warrants.  I'm ready to give him instructions like I was taught in tactical handcuffing.  All of a sudden, this guy just turns around and puts his hands behind his back.  I stood there in shock, staring at his hands and the guys back.  After what seemed like an eternity, my FTO says, "Well, handcuff him!"  That snapped me out of my little fog and away he went.


 

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Rate This | Posted over 5 years ago

 

my first arrest was on a traffic stop i stopped they guy for a broken tail light i came back to my cruiser and and began to run his drivers license and my sgt called and told me he liked to run drugs. so i asked for permission to search the vehicle. as the operator was getting out he handed me an ounce of marijuana. i placed him under arrest and found twelve more ounces of marijuana several open containers. iam now very much into interdiction,