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(not verified) on Thu, 10/08/2009 - 9:43am.
I was outside my home one day and noticed a sheriff had pulled a car over in our neighborhood about 2 doors down from me. They weren't there but a few minutes, and then the sheriff let the car go, and waved at us as he left. As soon as he rounded the bend, the car that he had pulled over, came directly to our house, and began a heated argument with us. We immediately called 911. We had never seen this person before. The sheriff who had just left could not possibly have gotten more than one mile down the road, if that. It was truly a matter of a minute or two later that we called. Now it seems to me all he had to do was turn around and come back, but it took 13 minutes for a sheriff to arrive at our house. We had already had a huge altercation with this stranger,and he left minutes before the sheriff got here. The sheriff had to pass this guys car on the way here, as we are on the only road out of the neighborhood. This makes no sense to me. I'm sure a lot of you will have a good defense, but I can't think of one. Just saying.....................
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