Roadblocks Alert Not Good!

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Folk we don’t need to be alerting folk where roadblocks are set up. Roadblocks are set up for a reason and we don’t know the reason.

A roadblock could capture someone driving without a license, driving drunk, someone who may have just committed a minor crime or a major one such as a robbery or a murder.

Yes I am guilty of alerting folk about roadblocks but once you learn better you should do better.

So folk I am asking that you do like myself do not report roadblocks in the future.

Let us allow law enforcement to do their jobs.

Now Dream about that part!

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Lamarshall Barnes

Lamarshall Barnes I used to be guilty of that to you are EXACTLY right

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William Manley

William Manley I use to be guilty of it , thats the reason 252 hoodnews kick me out , cause i spoke out againt people telling about road blocks

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II Ab so lute ly! That was how I got kicked off too before you did. I was not going to mention them to give them any publicity but since you did I am going to mention them as well.

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William Manley

William Manley The thing is Curmilus Butch Dancy II a young boy at work ,was telling one of his buddy ,when he riding dirty he just go to 252 to see ware the police are set up at

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Michael Glover Sr.

Michael Glover Sr. You got kicked out too

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II William Manley Ab so lute ly! This is the problem.

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William Manley

William Manley Yep Michael Glover Sr.

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

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Jerry Solomon Jr.

Jerry Solomon Jr. I disagree by law the roadblocks are supposed to be public knowledge which is why those roadblocks cellphone apps work

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II Could you share the law that states such?
Roadblocks cellphone apps can be just like a Scanner on a cell phone but I didn’t question that. I am just stating about someone alerting others.
I sure would hate to alert folk and a murder or robbery took place and because I alerted them they got away.

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Jerry Solomon Jr.

Jerry Solomon Jr. Usually a manhunt is followed by numerous stories of a murder…half the time they trying to get ticket money

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Calvin Adkins Sr.

Calvin Adkins Sr. I disagree also. It’s not about money but saving lives. There’s no money made during those campaigns worth the lives of innocent people. Think about this, many of the times drunk drivers have two vehicle accidents the person in the drunk driver kills innocent people. I’ve been blessed that it has not happened to my family.

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II I would bet very fews tickets come out of roadblocks and when they do they do not amount to a lot.
I look at it as safety on our highways.
Law enforcement is suppose to protect and serve.

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Michael Glover Sr.

Michael Glover Sr. Thanks Calvin Adkins Sr.

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Jerry Solomon Jr.

Jerry Solomon Jr. There are statues that state that road blocks are to be publicized and reported 24 to 72 hours in advanced

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II So you are saying law enforcement is breaking the law. Again will you share the statues?

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Jerry Solomon Jr.

Jerry Solomon Jr. No what I’m saying if it is public knowledge it can be shared

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II Jerry Solomon Jr. Oh anything can be shared, I am just saying we ought not to share such because they may be set up because something has just happened in the area.

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Lamarshall Barnes

Lamarshall Barnes You tell everyone where a road check is one or more of your family gets killed because of you telling about the road check how would you feel

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Zeke Jackson

Zeke Jackson In other states, we don’t have roadblocks. We view them as contrary to the 4th amendment and banned police from using them. Absolutely 0 roadblocks in wisconsin

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II But who said anything about searches? Searches are illegal without probable cause or a search warrant.
A roadblock and searches are not the same.

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Calvin Adkins Sr.

Calvin Adkins Sr. MR. Jackson is it true that Wisconsin doesn’t allow soberity test road blocks or absolutely 0 roadblocks. I can’t imagine if a suspected killer us in a neighborhood that law enforcement officials would not set up a road block to attempt to capture him

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Jerry Solomon Jr.

Jerry Solomon Jr. When I have time I will find the exact statueManage

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II Obviously this statue does not apply to general Roadblocks in NC.

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Jerry Solomon Jr.

Jerry Solomon Jr. It does because that was a federal case which federal law somewhat serves the whole nation

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Michael Glover Sr.

Michael Glover Sr. I agree with you Curmilus Butch Dancy II, just recently edgecombe Co sheriff department confiscated guns and drugs at a check point. These are the same guns ,and drugs that could end up in your neighborhood, on your streets and in your homes then you’ll be mad at the police for not doing anything about guns and drugs. NOW THINK ABOUT THAT

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II Michael Glover Sr. I have not seen anyone challenge them in the courts and the conviction being overturned.

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Michael Glover Sr.

Michael Glover Sr. Thank you, some many people want to show off their education and not their common sense

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II I can remember roadblocks since I was a little boy and I am 55 years old so obviously they are illegal or law enforcement has been breaking the law for years.

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Michael Glover Sr.

Michael Glover Sr. If you’re legit then why would a road block even be a problem . Wow

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II Michael Glover Sr. Ab so lute ly!

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Jerry Solomon Jr.

Jerry Solomon Jr. They play they game the reason that they can get away with it is because they have to announce the roadblock and they do it’s just that the public is too lazy to get the info

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Michael Glover Sr.

Michael Glover Sr. Jerry are you bothered by roadblocks

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II Jerry Solomon Jr. What?
You say, “They play they game the reason that they can get away with it is because they have to announce the roadblock and they do it’s just that the public is too lazy to get the info”

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Jerry Solomon Jr.

Jerry Solomon Jr. No sir I’m not bothered by it i am law abiding citizen I just think what you guys are bringing up a point to something that the public has a right to know again by law it is supposed to be announced to the public so if law enforcement is doing there job people would know and should know and if people want to share that info there is no statue saying that it can’t so it’s my preference sir….I have trained with the NC BLET with Martin County so i know some of these weird laws

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Michael Glover Sr.

Michael Glover Sr. So your reply to Curmilus Butch Dancy IIstatus was just to show off your knowledge of the law

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Jerry Solomon Jr.

Jerry Solomon Jr. No to uphold the law both ways sir…the public has the right to know period

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II Jerry Solomon Jr. I never said folk couldn’t share I said they ought not to for various reasons. Folk are going to continue to share and I have no control over that. What I do hope is folk who read this post will take the route that I am taking but if …See More

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Jerry Solomon Jr.

Jerry Solomon Jr. The reasons you stated are unconstitutional sir…Road blocks are to be set up for automobile violations…but using it for crime is unconstitutional until that’s changed your reasons are invalid

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Jerry Solomon Jr.

Jerry Solomon Jr. Road blocks creates issues for probable cause

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II Jerry Solomon Jr. Show me where it is unconstitutional.

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II Jerry Solomon Jr. I hope you are not working in law enforcement and/or seeking to because it appears that you have an issue with roadblocks not being announced by law enforcement before they are set up.
I wonder what is your take on undercover work being done by undercover agents. But please don’t respond.
I guess ALE Officers need to warn stores that they are coming in to check them out for selling cigarettes/alcohol to minors.
Oh I am getting ignant now so I need to take a shower and come back later.

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Jerry Solomon Jr.

Jerry Solomon Jr. I have no hopes to join law enforcement anymore too much corruption sounds like y’all are mad at the law…this is law people….the only issue is that I have is the fact that it’s the law…research it..undercover agents are okay if employed by law enforcement….but I don’t agree with agents trying to setup drug transaction just to arrest somebody a lot of that is going on

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II Mad with law enforcement? Really?

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Jerry Solomon Jr.

Jerry Solomon Jr. No mad with the law that protects people the statue

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II Jerry Solomon Jr. Really? Sounds like you are mad because they would not hire you or you don’t think you can get hired.

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Jerry Solomon Jr.

Jerry Solomon Jr. No I encountered a lot of racism during the course…President Obama was running during that time it was really tough to be honest…and the last straw was the deputies view on the trayvon Martin case it was disgusting th and it hurt and I didn’t want to be apart of it…

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II Jerry Solomon Jr. Wow! So what does that have to do with Roadblocks? I have a problem with racism and views on Trayvon Martin and other cases but I can’t link ROADBLOCKS to such.

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Curmilus Butch Dancy II

Curmilus Butch Dancy II I support law enforcement officials until I can prove they have been corrupt. I find no corruption in ROADBLOCKS sir.

 

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