<snipped your horseshit>
If you were as smart as you want people to think you are with all the
mindless bullshit you post here, you'd know you could have made a
citizens arrest and the officers would have had no choice but to charge him.
Now stfu until you actually know what you're talking about. You're a
Even trespass is not as simple as you think. Businesses can post areas with
"No Trespassing" signs, but "trespassing" someone is a legal process in our
state. It goes something like this. You call the police. They come out.
You have to tell this person in their presence that you do not want them to
come on your property. They tell the person to leave, or they will be
arrested. They fill out a card that they give you. If this person comes
back, you call them, and they come and arrest that person IF they have not
yet left the property.
On some types of property, such as property that is fenced, a person can be
arrested immediately if the property is fenced and posted. But, for the
average property, it is a process, and the person usually disappears before
the police arrive.
Your response should have been to find one of those kind neighbors who had
an extra bedroom and who was willing to take the homeless person into their
I used to see police driving 50+MPH in a 35 zone,and pull into the nearby
7-11 where other squad cars were,one guy had his ladyfriend in the front
seat,one arm around her while exceeding the speed limit.
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