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Video: Las Vegas Cop Rear-Ends Motorcycle

March 11, 2013  | 

VIDEO: Las Vegas Cop Rear-Ends Motorcycle

ALas Vegas Metro Police officer has been placed on paid leave, after rear-ending a motorcycle rider and reacting angrily during the traffic stop.

The motorcycle rider, John Paul Rosario, was wearing a helmet camera and recorded his interaction with the officer. Rosario then posted the video to YouTube, where it has received thoursands of views, reports KTNV.

During the interaction, the officer tells Rosario that hitting his brakes in traffic "is against the law." The officer also says he "could write you a s**tload of tickets"

Tags: Vehicle Stops, Internal Investigations, Las Vegas Metro PD, Professional Image


Comments (4)

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A.T. @ 3/11/2013 5:53 PM

So what´s the problem.? The cop was pissed, got it out of his system, but he did say "we´re good" at the end, right? so it´s all good then. :-)

Sgt. Mike @ 3/11/2013 7:32 PM

Makes us all look like hot heads. Bad for the badge.

Chuck @ 3/14/2013 1:35 PM

Its unfortunate but there are hot head cops like any other profession. Clearly the officer screwed up and that was his way of taking the heat off himself.

bob @ 3/20/2013 1:00 PM

a.t. why is it ok? he threatened the guy with tickets so he wouldn't get in trouble for an accident and the biker didn't want to press it. why is he so much better than the biker? because of his badge? i have many friends that are police and this as a bike rider disgusts me you would defend that.

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