I think i'm gonna do a review of your aggravated assault sauce tomorrow Reggie.
100% of cough cough 15% cough cough.Walchit said:I used to work for a shady telemarketing company, we would call and raise omney for the fop's and sometimes firefighters. We kept 85 percent of the money though, and always hoped nobody asked how much the police got!
So how many warrants have you served since that story was written? True story, I spent a night in jail for a warrant 5 years ago. I had a DUI 10 years ago and out of the $1,700 and change in fines that I paid off, $12 of it fell through the cracks. I was pulled over and told I had a warrant and I was being arrested. Spent a night in jail over $12... Yup, it's funny now but I was pissed when the judge literally laughed about it and dismissed it.WarrantMan said:Special thanks to THP member (you know who you are) for finding this, I didn't realize it was still out there for view!
I laugh about it now knowing it cost the system a lot more than $12 to process me and house me for a night. I still had to sleep on a concrete floor for a night over a $12 administrative fee that got lost in the jungle. Besides my DUI and a couple minor infractions, I've alway been law abiding and there I was using a sack lunch as a pillow on a concrete jail cell. HahaWarrantMan said:Edmick,
I really don't know. The last "official" count was done when I left the Sheriff's office in 2012. At that time it was 16,464. I've worked since then for a municipal police agency (still serving warrants) but also assigned to do "bond hearings" or "arraignments" as they are known in other states. I also handle some out of state extraditions and transport suspects wanted by us from other jurisdictions that have been captured. I guess it's time to update the stats.
Sorry to hear of your experience. Believe me, you're not alone... Oh the justice system!