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  • [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.