Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles [police radio chatter] OFFICER CUTE: Well, it sounds like these two vehicles were racing. The Sergeant has one of those vehicles stopped. We have the other one right here in front of us. I'm going to be doing a traffic stop in a second here. DISPATCH: 10-4. OFFICER CUTE: Turn the car off. Turn it off. Hop out for me now. I asked you to hop out. No, I can pull you out if you want me to do that. Hop out of the car for me. Put your phone down. Step over here. Just walk over here. OK. You can turn this way. Take your hands out of your-- - OK. OK. Put your hands on top of your car. No, it's not, oh, my god. - What's-- what's the reason. I'm telling you to do something. You just got to do it. - OK-- And then we'll figure it out. [interposing voices] I will explain that to you. I need to know the reason for it. You're going to turn away from me. I have the right to know the reason why I'm being pulled over. You absolutely do. And I'm going to tell you in one second. So be quiet. - No, I need to know first. That's the first thing you got to tell me. - Really? - Yeah. - Really? - I know my rights. Really? Apparently, you don't. Yes, I do. Apparently, you don't. [police radio chatter] OK. And you're treating me like a criminal. I'm not treating you like a criminal. You are. Why did you pull me out of the car for? Put your hands on the car. Let's both relax, OK? Turn around. Relax. Are you all right? Yeah, I'm good. OK. Just do me a favor. Keep your hands out of your pockets, all right? Just the thing I have. You don't have to-- - I have no criminal record. - OK. I'm not-- And that's beside-- that's besides the point, all right? Were you involved possibly in some drag racing back there? No. I was just coming from [inaudible].. Well, I have someone-- another vehicle that stopped, and this exact vehicle description given out, including your registration, stating that you were racing with another vehicle. I wasn't racing nobody. OK. Well, I'm-- I'm telling you that's what I have. And that's why you're being stopped. And that's why I'm talking to you right now. There are so many cars like-- there's so many Subarus in East Providence. OFFICER CUTE: Are there so many Subarus with WZ 173? No, there's not. No. OK. But I wasn't street racing. I'm on my way back to [inaudible].. So I didn't just happen to stop you. I didn't just see your car and say, oh, I want to pull this kid out of his and talk to him, all right? It's for a reason. Do you understand? I'm not trying to bust your balls or anything like that, OK? OK. All right, the Sergeant is going to come down and talk to you. He's the one that observed whatever violation he observed. He just didn't think he-- we-- we had the right to just get him out of the car and talk to him and start patting him down and stuff like that. So I-- I don't know what you did with the other one. - There you go. - Ticket? Ticket. All right? Drive safely. - All right, man. - Have a good day. Take care. Drive safe, man. He was a little upset when I pulled him out of the car. There is oftentimes some confusion as to whether or not we have to tell people what they were pulled over for. Until we know that the scene is safe, and we'll tell them later on, we don't have to tell them that right away. He could have been arrested and charged with eluding. Instead, he was given a break and was only issued a ticket for speeding. [music playing] SERGEANT RAPOZA: So we're, uh, going to a business that reported that there was couple of people shooting up heroin in the businesses parking lot. So we're going to head over there and see if we can locate the party. It's, like, one of the officers is out with a male part and maybe a female that's involved as well. Where'd she go? She goes this way, walking. She's, like, oh, I'm leaving, you know? I already brung this for you to get your car. Yeah. And then she just bounce, you know? Do you-- do you have your car here? No. I'm just looking at this car to see if I could buy it, you know? - All right. [inaudible] You weren't-- you weren't using heroin, though? No. You could look at my eyes, you know? You could see when a person just finished shooting. OK. Can you stick your hands out that for me? Yeah, I use heroin. You use? OK, you see some marks. [inaudible] outside. I saw-- she was here sitting sitting down. You pat him down? She's like, you know-- Yeah, I already patted him down. I took the [muted] from her, like, I grabbed, and I'm like, yo, what the [muted] you doing? Sit down. Right. And she came she like, oh, I'm not. Just check the area. [interposing voices] No, she-- just see if-- All right. - A what? - A bag. Bag. Put on the ground. Put-- spit that out. Was there heroin in it? Put-- put your hands behind your back. What? Do you have any other bags on you? No. I don't got nothing on me, sir. Yep. All right, but-- You got a heroin in your mouth. You got a bag of heroin in your mouth, though, right? Yeah, OK. OK. All right, but-- SUSPECT: Like, for real, like, [inaudible] I came over here to look at the car. You got anything in the-- That's heroin right there. You got-- I just asked you if you had heroin though. SUSPECT: Huh? - Is there heroin in here? SUSPECT: It's heroin. It's a little bit of heroin. I use heroin, you know, like-- Well, that's what I asked you. You know, like-- is it heroin or fentanyl? No, not fentanyl. It's heroin. OK. No, you know, I use heroin. Do you got-- do you have anything will-- oh, it doesn't matter. Once you come to the station [inaudible].. Yeah. Do you have anything tucked in you? - No, I don't have nothing. - You sure? Huh? You sure? No, I don't have-- No nothing-- nothing in your cheeks? No. No. I don't have nothing. All right, well, we'll check later. So-- OFFICER: Anything in your shoes? OK. All right, well, let's-- let's take-- OFFICER: We'll bring over to my car. All right. Well, we're going to-- we're going to go over here. We're going to grab whatever is in your shoe. And then we'll talk about it. - All right. All right? All right. [police radio chatter] Relax. Relax. All right, just turn around and put your butt right on the seat, OK? Which shoe is it in? - This one? - OK. Which one? Left? That one there? OK. [police radio chatter] In your sock? OK. Relax, bud, relax. [police radio chatter] There's more in here too. OFFICER: What's you just pick up? No. OFFICER: Oh, yeah. SERGEANT RAPOZA: Is that heroin? Is that all crack? All right. How many bags you have in here? Two bags? OK. Were they 40 piece? OK. All right, so it looks like he had a couple bags, like, two 40 bags of crack in his sock. So we seized that. We're going to be bringing in this gentleman for possession of heroin, possession cocaine. And we're going to try to see if we can still find the female involved in the disturbance. [music playing] OFFICER MOUNT: This is just a report of an intoxicated male outside of his house yelling obscenities. But it looks like this could be an ongoing neighbor issue. How's it going? This guy over here, he's been-- I've-- I've got-- I've got a couple of complaints in the last couple of years. I've got-- I've got a no-trespass on him. He just pulled up loaded with something in his car. All right. What's up, man? All right. Take it easy. Why don't you put your phone on the tailgate for me because I don't like people having stuff in their hands. What's going on? What's happening? No, this [muted] over here.