Pulled over in Indiana for DWH

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    So driving back home to Ohio I got pulled over in Indiana. We rented a car to use on vacation as we both have had car problems and didn't want to break down away from home. The car we rented had Kentucky plates.

    So I was driving on I-70 through Indiana. I was in the right lane using the adaptive cruise control. The car was set for 69 in a 70 mph zone, but the cruise control had held the car at 64 for miles as it kept a safe distance from the tractor trailer in front of me. I-70 is in poor condition in this area and I really had no desire to speed up or get in the left lane to pass people, so I just stayed at 64 mph. Also, the left lane was full of vehicles which were much closer to each other than I was to the truck in front of me.

    I see two cars in the median more or less hiding behind one of the big portable signs on a trailer. They were obviously police, but as I was well under the speed limit I didn't worry about it. However, after I passed the sign one of them pulls out. I wondered who he was going after. I soon discovered it was me.

    The officer walks up to the car and he says, "You were following the truck in front of you a little too closely". I wasn't and I replied that I was using the car's radar and then realized it would be better not to argue. We gave him the car's rental agreement and my license. He asked what we did and we both said we were retired; I used to be an engineer at an aerospace company and my wife was an environmental specialist with the Air Force. He went back to his car and came back a minute later and said we were free to go.

    After we pulled away I told my wife we got pulled over for DWH - Driving While Hillbilly. He saw those Kentucky plates and pulled us over hoping to find a couple of rubes doing something he could arrest them for. He wasn't expecting a couple of retired professionals on vacation.
     
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    Something of the sort happened to my son, visiting Tennessee from California. State patrol focused on the California plates. No ticket issued.
     
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    I got pulled over once for driving too slow. I was with a friend, we were college-aged, and we had just been to a movie. I had had some popcorn and a Diet Coke.

    I was on an unfamiliar road, and the cope got behind me. I didn't know the speed limit, so I went pretty slow. Then they pulled me over.

    One of the cops was a rookie, and there was an older cope mentoring him. I had to go through a full drunk test. Okay, no biggie. But then when the rookie told me he smelled alcohol on my breath, that's when the older cop tapped him and said, "Let's go."

    Another time, like you, I was traveling in a rental car. Afraid mine wouldn't make it from MD to ON, Canada. I had long hair and a beard back then. The Canadians pulled me over at the border, searched the car, asked me for my ID and all my credit cards. I got interviewed by three different people all asking me the same questions. Eventually, they let me go.

    I don't know to this day if I was profiled for long hair and a rental, or if I fit the description of someone they were already looking for.
     
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    Since Indiana doesn't issue front license plates, its easy for police to spot an out of state car. I-70 is used very heavily to move drugs from west to east. They spotted an out of state car and was hoping for a drug bust. They'll use any excuse to pull you over and then after a few questions, its obvious if you're transporting or not. If not, they do a quick check for warrants and send you on your way.

    As someone who currently lives in Indiana, I apologize for both blatant violation of your 4th amendment rights and the really poor quality of I-70 from Indianapolis to the Ohio border. Anyone who will be traveling that stretch will see construction for the next few months.
     
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    No front plate on Kentucky vehicles either, so he had no clue we were out of state until we passed him. Ohio currently has a front plate, but on July 1, 2020 we can remove it.

    He didn't ask to search the car and he would have been told an emphatic no if did. It was annoying enough to get pulled over for no reason, or rather, a bogus one in this case. if my wife hadn't been in the car I am not sure if I would have been so restrained in arguing. I know it would have been a stupid thing to do, but I knew why he pulled me over and I wasn't happy about it.
     
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    No front plate on Kentucky vehicles either, so he had no clue we were out of state until we passed him. Ohio currently has a front plate, but on July 1, 2020 we can remove it.

    He didn't ask to search the car and he would have been told an emphatic no if did. It was annoying enough to get pulled over for no reason, or rather, a bogus one in this case. If my wife hadn't been in the car I am not sure if I would have been so restrained in arguing. I know it would have been a stupid thing to do, but I knew he pulled me over for out of state plates and I wasn't happy about it. I support law enforcement officers, but pulling people over for bogus reasons is not kosher.
     
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    I once was driving home from work... The company's building was on the top of a hill near OIT Klamath (pronounced "clam muth") Falls. The road joined the highway at the crest of a foothill. From the north, you could see about 2 miles, from the south, over one mile. I could clearly see that there wasn't a single vehicle, bicycle, pedestrian, or deer on the road in the area for miles. I saw the stop sign, but decided to blow through it. Just as it did, turning south, I saw a black car crest the hill to the south of me (still over a mile away). Please don't be a cop... Please don't be a cop... Oh damn... it's a cop... please don't turn on your lights, please don't turn on your lights... ok... good... Now, please keep going... keep going... keep going... ok... good... (Now past me) Please don't pull over there... please don't pull over there.... oh damn... Please don't turn around... Please don't turn around... Please... AW NUTZ!

    Realizing that I was caught, I pulled into the gas station at the top of the hill that the cop had crested, found a quiet spot out of the way, and pulled over, got out, with my wallet, and leaned up against my car.. A minute later the cop joined me, lights on.

    "So, why did you park over here?"

    "I blew the stop sign, I saw you, You saw me. I know that I'm hosed... I figured that by pulling over here, I'd just make it safer for you, and keep out of everyone's way."

    "License, Registration, Proof of Insurance?"

    I handed it over awaiting my fate.

    A couple of minutes later, he walks up, and say's "Next time, stop at the sign. Have a better day! You're free to go"

    I was so relieved!!! I didn't expect a verbal warning. Never did blow that sign again after that. However, I did my backwards driving down the empty road trick a couple of times on the private road leading to the one that linked to the highway a couple of times (practicing my MJ-1 Jammer skills).
     
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    On my way to Red Glare last year, I got pulled over for doing 70 in a 55. The state trooper was young, and I was very friendly with him. For reasons known only to God and him, he let me off. I like to think it was because he saw rockets in the back and is a fan, but I'll never know.
     
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    The roads in Indiana have been awful since I was driving between Ohio and Iowa way back in 1981. Now to be fair, the road from Dayton to Muncie this last summer was good.
     
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    I got pulled over on a dark country backroad once on the way to my alma mater for some event or other. I saw the shiny star on the door of the car going the other way and knew immediately that I was toast. When he asked me if I knew why he pulled me over, I said, because I was doing 67 in a 55mph zone. He laughed and said that (despite it being almost 10 pm) I was the first person that day that didn't lie to him. Then he said that they were looking for DUI's running back roads to avoid cops (I hadn't had anything other than Pepsi), and speeders more than 15mph over the limit (just slid under that one), told me to slow down, and have a nice night. It pays to be polite and tell the truth.
     
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    My fiance was pulled over for DWB (driving while blonde I guess), but only she can pull off something like this. Keep in mind that I had the story relayed to me just moments after she was released to continue driving. It's pretty funny :)

    Coming home from her mother's home about 2 hours away from Wilmington, NC, she's on a two lane rural highway and following behind a semi. There is, unknown to her, a state trooper behind her in an unmarked car. The trooper pulls out and passes her, then the semi. A short while later, she goes around the semi too, and is now behind the trooper. Since she'd looked closely at the unmarked car as it passed her a short while before and didn't see any signs that it was 5-0, she decides to make a pass of the trooper, in a NO-PASSING ZONE no less! On come the lights, even the siren and she pulls over, radar detector on the dash, music playing, the whole nine yards... :)

    As the officer walks up to the car, she tells me he's laughing, LAUGHING! She wasn't as amused, realizing that her 90mph speed passing the cop in a 55mph zone AND a no-passing zone (she swears she wasn't in a no-passing zone) was going to get her in SERIOUS trouble. He takes her license and registration to the car and comes back a few minutes later (still laughing) and told her to slow down and be careful the rest of the way home. I couldn't believe it!

    Had I done what she did, I would have been paying bond at the magistrate's office no matter how nice I was to the trooper. Only Suz can pull that off. I still laugh about it every time I think about it, shaking my head in utter disbelief............... :)
     
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    Many years ago, I was the "Computing Systems Manager" for a DoD contractor in Fairborn, Ohio where I was living at the time. I was wearing a pager as we had VAX 8650 running classified simulations and if any of the alarms went off I had to go and make sure the room was clean for the firefighters.

    So one night, it goes off, and sure enough, it's the smoke alarm. So I race off to the office. I was speeding and got pulled over. The officer comes up to my car and asks "Where's the fire?" I pointed to my pager, to the passing fire trucks and said "At my office. I'm trying to beat them there so I can let them in!" He let me go, but followed me to make sure I was telling the truth. I got to the office, let the firefighters in to verify there wasn't a fire. The officer told me afterwards that I was the first person to answer him with a valid excuse.

    Turns out, there was a short circuit outside of the classified room and some smoke had seeped into the room setting off the smoke detector. We were lucky because the halon hadn't been triggered yet before I disarmed it.
     
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    You really should make fun of hillbillies. Country folk and hillbillies will be the only ones to survive when all goes south.
     
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    About 20 years ago some friends and I had the pleasure of turning the tables and pulling over a police car. We were leaving a country pub and saw two coppers talking to another driver. One of the plods had taken his cap off and placed it on the roof of their car. As we were manoeuvring we saw the two coppers get back in their car, leaving the cap on the roof, then drive off. We tailed them for half a mile, flashing our headlights. Eventually they stopped by the kerb. As I was in the passenger seat I quickly got out and approached their vehicle, (admittedly with something of a confident swagger). The one without a cap got out, with a cocky 'Yes, mate..?' so I responded equally "You still don't realise what you've done, do you? - you left your hat on that car..' Plod's face goes bright red and voice goes up an octave 'Oh bloody 'ell!' and jumps back in car. Plod car quickly does a uey and speeds back towards said pub..
     
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    Got pulled over just outside Throckmorton Texas. 65 in a 55 mph zone.
    Officer asked me what my hurry was?

    I gave him an answe I don’t think he had heard before:

    “No excuse, Sir.”

    I was active duty Air Force and had a sticker on my car front bumper to get through the base gate.

    I got off with a warning. That was in 1989.

    Couple years ago School had just started and I missed the blinking lights for a school zone (it was 7:00 a.m. and not a kid or school bus in site.) normal speed limit 40, i was doing 37.

    It was a really busy street, no place to park without blocking a lane and causing a major traffic jam.

    As soon as I saw his lights I put my right turn blinker on, pulled off the road into an open church parking lot. I still got the ticket, but it was the minimum, he could have hit me a lot harder for being in a school zone. I think pulling out of traffic into a safer place for everyone saved me a bit.
     
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    I got pulled over recently.

    The cop asked for my licence & insurance..

    I handed it over to him, he looks the licence, looks at me, looks at the licence again.. "It says you should be wearing corrective lenses[glasses].."

    "But officer, I have contacts.." I replied

    "I DON'T CARE WHO YOU KNOW!!"

    And that's when the fight started! :D :D :D :D

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    Friend and his lady friend were speeding on the highway that runs on the KY-TN border. Blue-blue-blue in the rear view mirror. Cop walks up, and before cop or friend can say a word, lady pipes up. "Oh officer he was speeding to get me to a gas station, I have to pee SOOO bad can we go please!?!" Cop followed them to the nearest McDs, lady jumps out and runs into the bathroom. Cop shakes his head, drives off.
     
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    Reduce your odds of receiving a ticket!!

     
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    When I was coming back from a Whitaker NC launch I was driving on north 301.
    Got stopped at a DUI check point and while I had my licenses and reg checked the other patrol officer
    came up on the passenger side of my Honda Prelude .

    The officer was gonna wave me on but the officer on the passenger side said for him to stop me .
    The passenger side officer said well well what do we have here and reached for a small glass tube I had on
    the dashboard. He told his partner that there was a small rock of crack cocaine in pain view.

    Once I saw what he picked up I had to grin , Officer I said that is not crack. What had happened was
    I had one of those small glass tubes where the small rose flower comes in . I had took the small glass tube
    and stuffed some cotton in each end and placed a large kidney stone in it and forgotten I had left it on the dash
    board. Needless to say the officer replaced the glass tube on the dashboard in a hurry and waved me on
    through the check point.

    True story I swear :)
     
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    1970; Idaho plates in Texarkana, Arkansas. Strange plates or a young very white kid in a car in Arkansas with a very brown young woman? Both? I never knew; no reason for the stop. Married 50 years next August, I was such an Idaho hick that it was a long time before I figured out that it would have been illegal in some states just a few years earlier. (Movie reference: "Loving") DWI = Driving While Interracial

    (In a '64 Corvair; I really loved that car, too.)
     
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    About 30 years ago, driving north on I-95, with six 16 oz. swing-top bottles of home-brewed beer in the passenger seat.

    One of the bottles exploded. I pulled over and cleaned everything up as well as I could -- but I was pretty well soaked, as were the seat covers and headliner. Exiting a toll plaza in MD I was immediately pulled over by a state trooper. "The booth attendant said he smelled alcohol"

    I showed him the remains of the failed bottle, and the surviving 5, and explained what had happened. He held a flashlight up to each of the bottles, noting how dark they were. "Is it just beer in these?" Then he asked "If I have you open the trunk, will I have to arrest you?" Since I had about 30 more bottles back there, and was pretty sure that I was already in violation with what he could see, I said "No". He sent me on my way, advising me to change my clothes and to try to air out the car before the next toll gate.

    A better story -- driving on I-85 southbound through VA in the middle of the night. Speeding. Officer pulled out behind me with the lights AND the siren. As I slowed down I realized that I'd not only pinned the speedometer (only went up to 85mph) but that the needle was stuck between the pin at the end of travel and the plexiglass cover, so that it wasn't moving.

    When he asked "Do you know how fast you were going" I said
    "Sorry officer, my speedometer seems to be broken" and I showed him the stuck needle. He made me get out so he could look more closely. It was along time ago, but I think it was a $170 ticket. It was more than I could easily afford at the time, however much it was.
     
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    Ok, completely off topic, but if you the The Road by Cormac McCarthy, I’m not sure it’d be a good thing to survive. In that book the lucky ones went early.


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    Back in the 70's I was return home from my date's house in rural Washington State and I was in good spirits. I was over the speed limit, lost in the ether of the night when I got pulled over. The Officer asked me where I had been at this hour of the night and I told him her name. He looked at me and said "Son of a bitch! I have a date with her tomorrow night and I hope I am glowing like you are." He let me go with a ticket.
     
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    I was the passenger in this story... One day, my friend and I decided to go to Medford from Klamath Falls for a shopping trip. Instead of taking the Greensprings Hwy into Ashland, we took the northern route. He's a careful driver, but was going a tad too fast on a narrow (right) curving section with a fairly steep grade (and a nasty drop-off to the right side of the uphill side of the road). Annoyingly, there was some Asshat who decided to park on our bumper, clearly looking to get there before us, but he couldn't pass because he couldn't see around us, and it was unsafe as Hell. On cue, a Klamath County Sheriff happened to be going the opposite direction.

    After he passed us my friend was freaked out. He's had a perfect driving record for the longest time, and was worried that he was boned. He slowed down, and kept going, but kept an eye on the rear view mirror. The deputy also kept on going.

    At the bottom of the hill, finally, in a safe spot, Asshat got around us, and took off. Not too long later we see red and blue lights in the rearview. The deputy had turned around, and was now coming up fast. My buddy knew he was boned... He pulls over, only to be passed by the Deputy, who was driving like a bat out of Hell. A few miles down the road, we passed the Deputy, giving Asshat his ticket. My friend may have been speeding, but Asshat was speeding AND tailgating. The rest of it was the slowest trip to Medford we ever went on.
     
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    Well Now!!! Scroll to 11:17




    Thanks for making me find this ad...
     
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    Sometime around 81/82 I had spent the weekend at my GFs home, some 400 miles away from where I was attending college. Having spent the weekend and most of Sunday I was driving in the middle of the night.
    Tired and for the most part getting to the point of not being able to keep my eyes open I pulled into rest stop outside Twin Falls, Idaho.
    I got out, stretched my legs, wiped my face in cold water and just relaxed for a few minutes.
    Back into the car, seatbelt on and pulling onto I84 the blue lights come on before I reach full speed or even the highway.
    The officer asked me for my drivers license and walks away. A few minutes later he comes back and asks me what I am doing out at this time of night. After explaining he just said “Well, you are obviously not the one we are after, Drive safe!”
    I had to ask what was going on.
    His explanation, “Someone is painting obscene marriage proposals on the woman’s restroom walls!”
     
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    Back in the mid 70's in southeast Oklahoma, I had a friend of mine get a ticket for INTENT to speed. Knowing the way this guy drove, I had no doubt he was definitely intending to speed. I believe the judge dismissed his case.
     
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    Not to change the subject, but I miss Henry's. I mostly miss the smell that used to waft over the city when they were brewing. The "Brewery Blocks" have been gutted and turned into upscale shopping and office space.

    We have plenty of breweries in town, but Henry's was the last surviving brewery from before prohibition -- until it wasn't.
     
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    Last year when my wife and I took a vacation to the Los Alamos New Mexico area, what we believe was Homeland Security followed us from place to place taking photos of us from their blacked out sedans with government plates. Not sure why. Everytime I went to approach them to figure out why, they tore out of the parking lot. They didn't try to hide the fact they were surveilling and taking photos of us. They followed our rental car right to the Santa Fe airport when we left. We were scouting properties in New Mexico to move our rocket manufacturing, which I would have gladly told them had they wanted to talk to me.
     
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