December 2, 2020

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[police radio chatter] OFFICER CUTE: Well, itsounds like these two vehicles were racing.

The Sergeant has one ofthose vehicles stopped.

We have the other oneright here in front of us.

I'm going to be doing atraffic 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 outif 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 ontop of your car.

No, it's not, oh, my god.

– What's– what's the reason.

I'm telling youto 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 knowthe reason for it.

You're going toturn away from me.

I have the rightto know the reason why I'm being pulled over.

You absolutely do.

And I'm going to tellyou in one second.

So be quiet.

– No, I need to know first.

That's the first thingyou 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 treatingme like a criminal.

I'm not treatingyou like a criminal.

You are.

Why did you pull meout 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 ofyour 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 thepoint, all right? Were you involved possibly insome drag racing back there? No.

I was just comingfrom [inaudible].

.

Well, I have someone–another vehicle that stopped, and this exact vehicledescription given out, including your registration, stating that you were racing with another vehicle.

I wasn't racing nobody.

OK.

Well, I'm– I'm tellingyou that's what I have.

And that's whyyou're being stopped.

And that's why I'mtalking to you right now.

There are so many carslike– there's so many Subarus in East Providence.

OFFICER CUTE: Are there somany Subarus with WZ 173? No, there's not.

No.

OK.

But I wasn't street racing.

I'm on my way backto [inaudible].

.

So I didn't justhappen to stop you.

I didn't just seeyour car and say, oh, I want to pull this kid out ofhis and talk to him, all right? It's for a reason.

Do you understand? I'm not trying tobust your balls or anything like that, OK? OK.

All right, theSergeant is going to come down and talk to you.

He's the one that observedwhatever violation he observed.

He just didn'tthink he– we– we had the right to just get himout of the car and talk to him and start patting himdown and stuff like that.

So I– I don't know whatyou 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 whenI pulled him out of the car.

There is oftentimessome confusion as to whether or not wehave to tell people what they were pulled over for.

Until we know thatthe scene is safe, and we'll tell themlater on, we don't have to tell them that right away.

He could have been arrestedand charged with eluding.

Instead, he was givena 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 coupleof people shooting up heroin in the businesses parking lot.

So we're going to headover there and see if we can locate the party.

It's, like, oneof the officers is out with a male part and maybe afemale that's involved as well.

Where'd she go? She goes this way, walking.

She's, like, oh, I'mleaving, you know? I already brung thisfor you to get your car.

Yeah.

And then she justbounce, you know? Do you– do youhave your car here? No.

I'm just looking at this carto see if I could buy it, you know?- All right.

[inaudible] You weren't– you weren'tusing heroin, though? No.

You could look atmy eyes, you know? You could see when a personjust finished shooting.

OK.

Can you stick yourhands out that for me? Yeah, I use heroin.

You use? OK, you see some marks.

[inaudible] outside.

I saw– she was heresitting sitting down.

You pat him down? She's like, you know– Yeah, I alreadypatted 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 shelike, 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 handsbehind your back.

What? Do you have anyother bags on you? No.

I don't got nothing on me, sir.

Yep.

All right, but– You got a heroinin your mouth.

You got a bag of heroin inyour mouth, though, right? Yeah, OK.

OK.

All right, but– SUSPECT: Like, forreal, like, [inaudible] I came over hereto look at the car.

You got anything in the– That's heroin right there.

You got– I just asked you ifyou 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 youhave anything will– oh, it doesn't matter.

Once you come to thestation [inaudible].

.

Yeah.

Do you have anythingtucked in you? – No, I don't have nothing.

– You sure? Huh?You sure? No, I don't have– No nothing– nothingin 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 bringover to my car.

All right.

Well, we're going to–we're going to go over here.

We're going to grabwhatever 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 turnaround 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'syou 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 lookslike he had a couple bags, like, two 40 bags ofcrack in his sock.

So we seized that.

We're going to be bringing inthis gentleman for possession of heroin, possession cocaine.

And we're going to try to seeif we can still find the female involved in the disturbance.

[music playing] OFFICER MOUNT: Thisis just a report of an intoxicated maleoutside of his house yelling obscenities.

But it looks like this couldbe an ongoing neighbor issue.

How's it going? This guy overhere, he's been– I've– I've got– I've got a couple of complaintsin the last couple of years.

I've got– I've gota no-trespass on him.

He just pulled up loadedwith something in his car.

All right.

What's up, man? All right.

Take it easy.

Why don't you put yourphone on the tailgate for me because I don't like peoplehaving stuff in their hands.

What's going on? What's happening? No, this [muted] over here.

OK.

He [inaudible].

He broke up two families.

OK.

That's fine.

He's a cop calling, a [muted]homewrecking piece [muted].

.

OK.

– He broke up two families.

– That's fine.

What's going on with you today? Oh, nothing.

I just got home from work.

I walked a long [muted] day.

Yep.

I'm tired.

I come home, and this piece of[muted] said something smart.

Lower your voice.

He's a piece of[muted], , this kid.

OK.

Do me a favor and go situp on the porch over there.

Have you been drinking today? OK.

Is there anybody else here? There's no– you livehere by yourself? So you live herewith your mom? OK.

You were born– how old are you? You're 56? MAN: I mean, it's it's very, very, very uncomfortable.

No, absolutely.

MAN: And he just keepscalling me out to fight him.

He just keeps callingout to fight him.

And they call me–and I'm just– you know, I'm– I'm— Yeah.

– –50.

– Yep.

I'm a single dad.

You know– No, I hear you.

I hear you.

[interposing voices] I mean, you guys haveput up with a lot– Yeah.

No, I hear you.

[inaudible] No, you can– you cankeep your shirt on, or you can take it off if you want to.

OK, so what exactlyhappened today? You went over there to say hi? Oh, no, I was–I was [muted] driving home.

So they keep calling every– And I said, hey, how you doing, Mark? And he made a– a– he started this garbage.

Yeah, OK.

So you went over there– so hang on.

If we come back hereagain because you're yelling out– out the window.

You're yellingfrom your driveway.

No, I'm going in the house.

I'm going in my room.

SERGEANT RAPOZA: Let me explain.

You're going to goto jail tonight.

Do you understand?- I understand.

OK.

Everybody's– What's your first name? Mike.

Mike, I'm Steve, man.

Steve, I met you acouple of times last year.

But you probably don't remember.

– No, I don't.

I don't.

I meet a lot of people.

In my line of work, I meet people– No, we met– we met, like– [interposing voices] We met like this.

Why don't you just goback in the house– – I am.

– –and hang out for the night.

I'm going in there right now.

Because we don'twant to come back.

I know that.

I [inaudible].

I got a job– I got a big job I'm working now.

SERGEANT RAPOZA: Allright, you got a big job.

[inaudible] When's your mom get home? I don't know.

All right.

So he's warned.

If it continues again.

If he starts off with a–with the smarting off again– Yeah? Give us a call back.

He's been warnedplenty of times.

I mean, he's– this isn't–this isn't his first time.

So any other issues, feel free give us a ring.

OK.

All right? OK.

All righty? All right, you got it.

Have a good night.

(SINGING) BecauseI'm a cowboy, baby.

Steve, why don't youtake it inside, bud? I am.

OFFICER MOUNT: All right.

That's where I'm going, man.

OFFICER MOUNT: Good.

(SINGING) BecauseI'm a cowboy, baby.

SERGEANT RAPOZA: Thisis an ongoing issue.

It's been going on forprobably a year and a half.

So he'll be goingin for the night.

If he comes back out and startsscreaming obscenities again, we'll come back, and we'll give him a place to stay for the night.

[music playing] We are headed to a call wherethere's a verbal disturbance at this time.

The son's girlfriendis causing a scene.

Hi.

What– what's going on? Mom called.

His mom.

[laughter] What's up, bud? What's going on? I don't know.

You guys werehaving an argument? No.

What happened? I just told you.

You have the report.

So tell me what's going on.

– Sir– Why did you guys get called? We got a call here becausethere's an argument going on.

That's all.

Then you– and you pulledup, and there's nobody arguing, right? OK, so I started–come on– That's what I'm saying.

Let's– let'slose the attitude.

I'm just here– I didn't come hereand decided to stop.

[inaudible] [muted].

No he retired years ago.

I don't got attitude.

Are you mom? All right, I'm notgoing anywhere with him? MAN: [inaudible] Ms.

— who– who rents–who rents this household.

So I own the house.

You own the house, yeah.

INSPECTOR SROKA:You want her gone? All right.

Just a mutual friend? All right.

She– This is his car.

This is his car.

Well, you can– whose car? It's his car? [police radio chatter] Grandma doesn't wantyou hear tonight because of the argument.

All right.

It's just someone is justgoing to have to escort me home because I don't have a ride.

Where do you live? Well, we can't giveyou a ride to Pawtucket.

Well, I know– I know you guys can't help.

INSPECTOR SROKA: Howoften do yo guys argue? WOMAN: We argue all the time.

[muted] How long youguy's been dating.

We've been dating forlike a year and a half.

JARROD: [inaudible] More good than bad times.

More bad than good.

What's keeping you together? Um, hope.

Hope? How long are you goingto hold onto that hope? Probably not much longer.

All right, well, youcan't stay here today.

We'll give you a rideto Dunkin' Donuts.

Sir?WOMAN: Don't forget– Let's go.

Come on.

Come on.

– Oh, that's you! That's– no, no, no.

– OK.

OK.

I'm getting my [muted].

This is how it'sgoing to work.

I'm getting my things.

JARROD: Listen– Now you're starting to causea disturbance, the both of you.

So knock it off.

Don't– don't get my [muted].

What do you need? JARROD: [muted] [interposing voices] Stop yelling.

You're causing adisorderly conduct.

You see that [muted].

Stop.

WOMAN: Waa! I'm done.

What– what isgoing on in this car? Jarrod, very close, you keep yelling, you're going fordisorderly conduct.

Then we don't have to worryabout coming back here.

Enough.

JARROD: [inaudible] INSPECTOR SROKA: Enough.

[inaudible] Is that macaroni and cheese? Cornflakes? Toothbrush? Everything.

[police radio chatter] Do– do you mind I give her a– an escort to DND soshe's not carrying all that stuff [inaudible]? OFFICER: That's fine.

That's fine.

– [inaudible] – You good with this?- Yeah.

Let me talk to you for a minute.

What's your name, miss? Is it your grandmotheror your mother? OK, so if you and your momwant her trespassed from here, it starts today.

She'll be warned.

She'll sign a form.

And then you're going to signit, and mom's going to sign it.

If she has to comeback here, she will be arrested for trespassing.

JARROD: But I don't want toput in no trespassing order because I might be sittingin my driveway with her.

Later on? Yeah.

Today? Not today.

Tomorrow? Hopefully in the nextcouple of days because– You guys went together fora year and a half, she said.

And it was my bestfriend before this.

MAN: A couple of years, right? Yeah.

All right.

All right.

So I'll tell him not to sign– I'll tell her voidthat no-trespass order.

You don't need it.

Yeah.

You guys just need a littlespace for now to cool down.

That's– yep.

INSPECTOR SROKA: Thatwent from hot to cold.

So at the end of the day, hedoes not want her trespassed.

And they'll betogether tomorrow.

[music playing] OFFICER GRAVES: Sowe're going to go check an area just south of here.

Dispatch reported that a– a woman was walking in thelane of travel on Dugan Avenue.

How are you? Were you walking– were youjust walking down this way? Where you headed? To the Terrace? All right, were you walkingin the road.

by any chance? Um, yeah.

You were walking in the road? Well, not directly.

All right, just kindof walking in and out? What's that? – I might have.

– You might have? All right, we just got acall because somebody said that a female waswalking in the road and traffic was havingto go around her, you know what I mean? – Let's do– let's giveyou a ride, all right? Here we go.

[music playing] 303.

Stop it.

I can't– who can ride in that? What's up? You want to sitin a a bigger one? OK.

All right.

All right.

Have a seat.

It's a little– littlemore spacious for you.

Why's that? Well, listen here, ma'am.

Come here.

Hold on.

Hold on.

– [inaudible]- Yeah.

You can't walk.

So you either goingto get a ride from us, or I'm going to bringyou to the hospital because you almost justwalked in the road right now.

We're trying to help you out.

No, it doesn't–it doesn't move.

I wish I could too.

How do you think Ifeel driving around in that thing for 16 hours.

Why am I busting your balls? Do you want to ride with her? She does.

We all do.

Same size.

OFFICER: Is there anythingon you in your pockets? We already– we already– Huh? She's– yeah.

All right, let's do it.

Yes.

Listen.

We're going to putthe window [inaudible].

.

– Listen, Andrea.

– No.

Come here.

Come here.

Come here.

Come here.

No.

I can't do bars, please.

OK, then you're goingto go to the hospital.

Then– then we're goingto call you a rescue.

Come here.

Come here.

Come here.

Stay right here.

– I can walk.

– Stay right here.

– You cannot hold me.

– Yes, we can.

[interposing voices] Unfort– listen, unfortunately, we can, all right? We have to make the decisionfor you because you're not making it for yourself.

So our decision is that you'regoing to go get evaluated at the hospital, all right? We gave you morethan enough chances, you know, to make that decision.

So let's stay right here.

So– so you want to walk inthe back of the rescue with us? Are we going to haveto put the cuffs on you? No?No.

Oh, no, no.

All right.

All right.

All right.

Well– [inaudible] Other arm, please.

No, no, no.

All right, I'll go-I'll go in the– – Other arm.

– Other arm.

I'm going in the rescue.

OK, thank you.

I'm going in the rescue.

OK, you are goingto go on the rescue.

– You will.

– Come on.

You got a car? Yes, I do.

Taking her.

All right, so kindof a strange call.

I mean, she couldn't makeup her mind, obviously, about if she wanteda ride from us or she wanted togo to the hospital.

So, unfortunately, in thosesituations, we have to make– make decisions forpeople and what they do.

We had a rescue come that'sgoing to evaluate her.

And they're actually goingto take her to the hospital to get some medical treatment.

[music playing] I'm going to goto this disturbance.

Unfortunately, we've beenhere so many times it's– we're on a first-namebasis with everybody.

So– [police radio chatter] So you– so you called? MAN: I called the cops, yes.

– OK.

– I asked her to leave- About what? She's been drinking all[muted] day since [muted] 2:00 in the [muted] afternoon.

OK.

Listen.

Relax, relax.

And– and– and I askedher to [muted] leave.

And she [muted]threatened to leave.

Right.

And, finally, it cameto a point where, um– it came to the pointwhere she had to leave.

So I called the cops, andI says, I want her out.

And she was alreadypacking her [muted].

.

Yeah.

And she– she– she– she– she–you know, whatever.

She started doing [muted].

OK.

How much have you hadtoday– to drink today, Mike? – I had [muted] two cocktails.

– OK.

I just got home.

OK.

– I– I worked a double today.

– OK.

I worked double[muted] all week long.

OK, all right.

Relax, relax.

I can't relax.

I mean, she's [muted].

Are you letting–are you still– are you letting her stay here still?Or– No.

[muted] I want her out.

SERGEANT RAPOZA: OK.

All right.

So what exactlyhappened tonight? What started this whole– – He's been drinking all night?- [inaudible] [muted].

Was there anythingin particular that happened that caused it? Yeah.

Doesn't sound likeit's going that well.

– No, it's not.

– No? It's been– it's beenback and forth like this.

But I love her.

She loves me, you know? [muted] together? Like, four or fivemonths, you know? It's [muted] crazy.

Does– [inaudible] Sounds like you're in love.

I– in the wash machine, I have a few things.

OK.

And that's it.

Let's grab– let's grab abag and get that so we can– [interposing voices]- –get this moving.

She's going to grab her stuff.

Better come with me.

OK, she's notgoing to grab that.

MAN: Whatever.

I ain't got no space[inaudible] deal with you guys.

That's for damn sure.

No? I work [muted] 60hours a [muted] week.

Cool.

Yeah.

Gail's all set to go.

All right.

Hopefully, we took care of thissituation for tonight, right? – Yes, sir.

– All right.

So no– I appreciate your help.

I don't– don'thave Gail back.

That's– [muted] That's your best bet, right? I appreciate it, sir.

All right.

It's a sad situation here.

I mean, there'stwo toxic people, both with addiction issues.

Hopefully, both ofthem can get some help and avoid theseissues in the future.

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