Live PD: Most Viewed Moments from Utah Highway Patrol (Part 2) | A&E

Live PD: Most Viewed Moments from Utah Highway Patrol (Part 2) | A&E

[MUSIC PLAYING] Very jagged. So I don’t know if that’s a driver or vehicle. But something’s weird. I was going to stop and investigate. [POLICE RADIO CHATTER] Hello, sir. I’m doing OK.

My name is Trooper Loveland with the highway patrol. Your vehicle is jerking erratically all over the road. And I don’t know if you have a mechanical issue or if you’re distracted up here, or– Do you have a driver’s license on you? Will it be OK to come back to my car, and I’ll get your information from you?

So have you had anything to drink tonight? No. So you’re not under the influence of any drugs right now? – No, no, no. You’re not on probation or parole?

Um, I am on probation. Probation for what? It was a methamphetamine possession charge. OK.

You don’t have anything illegal with you tonight? Nope. Would you be willing to do a couple of tests to make sure you’re safe to drive?

Yep. OK. Yep. I’m just waiting.

It’s fine. Take your time. OK. So I am seeing a lot of signs of impairment.

Oh, really? So I am going to have you turn around and face my car. Put your hands on the back of your head. What– what am I being arrested for? So you are going to be investigated for driving under the influence, OK?

I’m very exhausted. And you can’t arrest someone for being exhausted. No. I cannot arrest him for being exhausted.

But I can for being impaired. You can’t arrest– no, I’m not impaired. OK, well, I’m going to bring you back this way. Dude, man, I’m– can I call my attorney?

Yeah, we’ll get to that. OK. I’ll be right back with you, OK?

OK. Under the pretenses of everything I know about– well, I don’t see how this is legal. Am I being detained, or am I arrested? You are under arrest.

No. That’s not right. How– under arrest for what? Driving under the influence.

I’m sorry you disagree. No. There’s no disagreement. That is legally not valid. OK, is there anything in your truck illegal?

No. [MUSIC PLAYING] See if he has a wallet or anything. He didn’t have one on him. OK.

So that is crystal methamphetamine. You can see there’s a white crystal-like substance inside the bag, which is what I suspected that he was under the influence of. So– All right, sir, so just so you’re aware, this is a bag of crystal methamphetamine that was in your glove box. I don’t– I’m not aware of that.

OK. So you are going to be charged with possession of methamphetamine, OK? But you said I was already arrested. Yeah.

But you’re still going to be charged with this. Because I’m searching into– So what was I charged with to be arrested? Driving under the influence. Well, I’m not. So that doesn’t– you– OK.

Don’t you have– You have your right to disagree. I’m just letting you know. But you didn’t even read me right– I don’t have to read you your rights yet. Because I’m not asking you a question. Does that make sense? – No. – OK.

Well, that’s how it works. I don’t have to read your rights until I want to ask you something incriminating. – All right. All right.

Sure. Sure. Whatever. All right.

I am not releasing you. Well, hm– no. No. Absolutely not.

You need to pop the door open and take these handcuffs off. And I need to hop in my truck and– you know? Absolutely not.

Are you [BLEEP]? I’m not. I am so– whoa. Whoa.

I hereby request that you submit to a chemical test to determine the alcohol and/or drug content of your body. Request that you submit to a chemical test. OK.

I think I’m going to have to sue you guys for these handcuffs. This is murder. Let me get out and check them, OK? I feel like my wrist is going to be, like, chopped the [BLEEP] off. All right.

You don’t need to swear. Let me– Oh. Let me check them.

Oh, my god. OK, I can fit three fingers between that handcuff and three in that one. So I’m not going to loosen those at all, OK?

OK. So you’re just going to have to try and move away. I’m not. Because I can already fit three fingers between there.

That’s more than enough, OK? That’s reasonable. No matter what, they’re not going to be comfortable. Nothing about this is reasonable. – OK. – Nothing.

Well, I’m just telling you I’m not loosening them anymore because if I do, they’re not– – This is completely– – — going to secure you. – –unreasonable. OK, watch your foot. You, um– Am I the only one taking just crazy pills here? You know? OK.

You are the only one acting this way. So I did apply for an electronic warrant, and a judge did deem that there’s probable cause. So we are going to conduct a blood draw.

So we’re going to go to the Section 4 office. We’ll conduct our blood draw. And then I will be transporting to the Salt Lake County Jail, where he’ll be booked for driving under the influence of drugs and possession of methamphetamine. Copy.

Copy. So right now we are heading over to one of the other troops on my crew, who has a vehicle stop that he believes contains a large quantity of marijuana. Looks like they’re starting to do a search. OK, so this guy’s been placed under arrest for the large quantity of drugs. So he must have located it in order for him to already place him in custody.

They usually have more than one driver so they can switch off, so they don’t– they can drive straight through. Here’s our other gentleman here. That whole bed is full. All right, let’s– you’re going to show me.

Show me what you got. The bed was locked. OK. Then you open it. OK.

So are they– is this– is this marijuana, or is this some kind of– the dab stuff? I don’t know if it’s hash, or dab, or– Or are they making brownies with it? Brownies or what?

But– OK. I am just seeing the entire bed– it looks like the entire bed is full. Well, if every single box has some of that in there. Bad odor. Odor from here?

Yeah. OK. One thing I did see right off the bat is, looking in– Oh!

You can the vacuum-sealed stuff that they use. OK, because I saw that back there. And then this is probably what I smelled right– Wow! That’s– oh! I hate– I’m not a fan of marijuana.

It’s very strong. And I don’t like the way it smells. But you can see in here they have the vacuum-seal products, a lot of food wrappers and food in there. So you got some more vacuum sealed things going on here. You’ve got a– a small amount.

In this Ziploc shrink wrap stuff. Talking to him, he’s very curious as to what the kind of charges are in Utah for marijuana. Mhm.

Well, It depends on how much you have. He didn’t answer. Mhm. How much do you have?

Didn’t answer. Didn’t do it, apparently. So we don’t– we still don’t know how much is in there. No. We’re taking them over to the office for the State Bureau of Investigations because there’s so much in the truck that we’re not sure how much is in there.

We’ve got to take it over to a controlled environment where we can offload it all. There’s– there’s a whole process when it comes to booking and evidence, and it must be done in a certain fashion so as not to compromise its value as– as evidence. [MUSIC PLAYING] Oh, there you go. Oh, there’s your weed.

It’s there. Got a little bit of everything in there. Holy macaroni! Wow!

This is big. The bags. Count bags. What’s that?

To keep the moisture out of it? Mhm. Oxygen indicator. Yeah. They’re getting pretty high tech nowadays, aren’t they?

Trying to. [LAUGHTER] So it’s a Juana Roll. So you can only purchase stuff like this in places where marijuana is legal, OK? So you can see the marijuana indicator both here and here. This product is infused with cannabis. So there’s some kind of a roll, whether it’s chocolate, or– it looks like it’s supposed to be chocolate.

But if you look– oh. I can’t stand it. If you look inside, he’s just got a bunch of buds in there. 74 pounds of marijuana. My guys do great work.

That was an excellent, excellent bust. I couldn’t be happier. Making a traffic stop on this truck here pulled out of the Wienerschnitzel back here without any lights on.

What’s going on? Good. Will you shut that off for me? How come you’re revving up your motor?

Why are you so nervous, man? Why? You have warrants?

Just like this? For driving without lights on? No.

OK. How come your car smells like marijuana? It’s your fault?

And that’s why you said you’re screwed? You have marijuana on you? Where’s it at?

Don’t grab for it. Just tell me where it’s at. OK.

Have you had any alcohol tonight? A beer? OK. Why don’t you just hop out with me for a second? Yeah, I just want to talk to you for a little bit, brother, if that’s OK? – Mhm.

I ain’t got nothing to hide, man. I got no weapons, nothing. OK. So you’ve had more than a beer tonight?

You got car restricted? He’s got a little bit of user amount of weed. They’re closed, though. I know.

That’s why we left. Yeah? Yeah.

OK. We have our troupe coming in for some field sobriety tests. Feet, heels and toes together. OK.

Hold on, let me– you guys got me a little scared. Hang on. All you got to do is stand just like I am. I know. Come on, now. – Easy. – I’ve done this before.

But I’m just saying you guys got me a little nervous here, you know? So right foot in front, touch heel to toe, arms down to your side. So– When– when I tell you to, you’re going to take nine heel-to-toe steps down that imaginary line.

You’re going to touch heels to toe– You’re going to keep your– OK, so you are you refusing to do the test? OK. Then get back– then get back in position and let me explain and demonstrate for you, OK? Yep.

Arms down to your side. Why are they hurting? If my leg feels like it needs to crack, and it doesn’t, then I have to pull off. And it’s going to break my leg if it doesn’t, then, yes, that’s going to mess up my leg. Well, I’ve never seen anybody break their leg doing this before.

We don’t want you to break your leg. Do the best you can. We’ll take your injuries into consideration, OK?

Arms to the side. Just repeat again. Arms down the side.

Turn and step on down. Five– He’s an alcohol-restricted driver, which means he can’t drive with any alcohol in his system at all. And I did smell alcohol coming from his breath.

And he did admit to having a beer tonight. So– This is called a breath test. You’re not going to blow in this. You can’t?

Why not? No. Because I had one beer.

You guys have 1.22 or something like that. OK. Go ahead and put your hands behind your back. [BLEEP] You’re driving under the influence, OK? So I did all that for nothing? No.

I’m just looking for clues of impairment, which I believe that I’ve observed enough to make. I don’t think you did. You’re under the influence tonight. I don’t think you did. Don’t turn around on me.

We told you to face that way. Now do it, OK? No. I’m not joking. When you’re told to do something, you do it. – And I’m going to listen. – OK, I appreciate that.

I appreciate that. I’m not. I just told you not to turn around. I appreciate that. Thank you.

Nobody said you were. The driver’s been placed under arrest for DUI. We got driving with no lights, possession of paraphernalia, possession of marijuana. The vehicle’s going to be towed, state tax impounded. [POLICE RADIO CHATTER] So we’re going to go– we’re going to go help out Trooper Jensen on a stop. Looks like he’s got a K9 unit out with him.

And it looks like he has the occupants of the vehicle out on a vehicle search. So– So we stopped this car. He was talking to the passenger.

I was talking to the driver. Where are they going to? She said, Montana.

He’s saying Los Angeles. Yeah, he said Los Angeles. So, anyway, I tried to roll this window down.

Once he gets it stopped, I tried to roll this window down. It won’t go down all the way. You can actually look down in there. The packages in there?

Did you stop for the window tint? Yes, sir. 17%. Very good.

Very good. Let’s just pop the door. You can see right in it. Yeah, you’re going to need a screw– screwdriver for this rest.

Now you have to take those off. OK. OK, you ready?

Yeah. That sounded good. You have to take the window up to get them out, though. [MUSIC PLAYING] Yep. Meth it is. 21 even.

So we’ll go ahead and make sure this is meth. And you can see the methamphetamine in that. It’s just packaged a little bit different. Still has the carbon paper in the plastic wrapping. [MUSIC PLAYING] A total of 22 pounds.

Well, there’s 22 packages. So I’m guessing it’s going to be– it’s going to be right there, 22 pounds. So they were in all the front driver’s side, passenger’s side door and then the– the– the driver’s side rear door. So now we’re taking the two suspects to the jail.

It was good work by the troopers and a great seizure. Good day [MUSIC PLAYING] So we’re going to pull over that green truck up ahead. It didn’t seem like the driver had the seat belt on. Or if he did, he had a tucked under his armpit. [SIREN] I didn’t see you have your seat belt on back there.

Is that right? You had it tucked under your armpit, or– You had it behind you? Yeah. Oh that’s not– yeah.

That’s not the way to put it on, man. OK. Do you have a license, bud? Not on you. Is it suspended?

It what’s the status of your license? Is your license suspended? It’s not?

You never had a license before? You don’t have a license? No. All right, what’s going on?

Huh? You– you look like you’re nervous, man. Why are you stuttering? What’s your name? – Justin. – Justin.

What’s your last name? [BLEEP] OK, I’ll be right back, OK? OK. So the driver of the vehicle gave me false information.

And I– I’m looking at his picture on the– in the system, and it doesn’t look like the driver of the car. [MUSIC PLAYING] OK. We have a system that shows pictures. And you’re not Justin. I’m looking at Justin’s pictures right there in my computer.

And that’s not you, OK? No, it’s not the same person. You gave me somebody else’s name. I– I know– Yep.

You’re not Justin, man. Come on. Come here.

I’m just detaining you. You’re not under arrest, OK, until I find out who you are, OK? All right. Are you going to give me your name, or do I need to book you in jail?

It’s your call, bud. You have court? So you got warrants? All right, what’s your real name, bud? [BLEEP] What’s your last name? [BLEEP] You’re not even making up a name.

You’re actually giving me somebody else’s real name. That’s a pretty serious crime, man. You could ruin their identity. You got a lot of issues, man.

You’ve got so many warrants. Yeah. He has so many warrants. I have five.

OK, let me count them. I have four. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine warrants. I mean– that’s so many! You got at least $100,000 in warrants.

[MUSIC PLAYING] Very jagged. So I don’t know if that’s a driver or vehicle. But something’s weird. I was going to stop and investigate. [POLICE RADIO CHATTER] Hello, sir. I’m doing OK.

Live PD: Most Viewed Moments from Utah Highway Patrol (Part 2) | A&E

My name is Trooper Loveland with the highway patrol. Your vehicle is jerking erratically all over the road. And I don’t know if you have a mechanical issue or if you’re distracted up here, or– Do you have a driver’s license on you? Will it be OK to come back to my car, and I’ll get your information from you?

So have you had anything to drink tonight? No. So you’re not under the influence of any drugs right now? – No, no, no. You’re not on probation or parole?

Um, I am on probation. Probation for what? It was a methamphetamine possession charge. OK.

You don’t have anything illegal with you tonight? Nope. Would you be willing to do a couple of tests to make sure you’re safe to drive?

Yep. OK. Yep. I’m just waiting.

It’s fine. Take your time. OK. So I am seeing a lot of signs of impairment.

Oh, really? So I am going to have you turn around and face my car. Put your hands on the back of your head. What– what am I being arrested for? So you are going to be investigated for driving under the influence, OK?

I’m very exhausted. And you can’t arrest someone for being exhausted. No. I cannot arrest him for being exhausted.

But I can for being impaired. You can’t arrest– no, I’m not impaired. OK, well, I’m going to bring you back this way. Dude, man, I’m– can I call my attorney?

Yeah, we’ll get to that. OK. I’ll be right back with you, OK?

OK. Under the pretenses of everything I know about– well, I don’t see how this is legal. Am I being detained, or am I arrested? You are under arrest.

No. That’s not right. How– under arrest for what? Driving under the influence.

I’m sorry you disagree. No. There’s no disagreement. That is legally not valid. OK, is there anything in your truck illegal?

No. [MUSIC PLAYING] See if he has a wallet or anything. He didn’t have one on him. OK.

So that is crystal methamphetamine. You can see there’s a white crystal-like substance inside the bag, which is what I suspected that he was under the influence of. So– All right, sir, so just so you’re aware, this is a bag of crystal methamphetamine that was in your glove box. I don’t– I’m not aware of that.

OK. So you are going to be charged with possession of methamphetamine, OK? But you said I was already arrested. Yeah.

But you’re still going to be charged with this. Because I’m searching into– So what was I charged with to be arrested? Driving under the influence. Well, I’m not. So that doesn’t– you– OK.

Don’t you have– You have your right to disagree. I’m just letting you know. But you didn’t even read me right– I don’t have to read you your rights yet. Because I’m not asking you a question. Does that make sense? – No. – OK.

Well, that’s how it works. I don’t have to read your rights until I want to ask you something incriminating. – All right. All right.

Sure. Sure. Whatever. All right.

I am not releasing you. Well, hm– no. No. Absolutely not.

You need to pop the door open and take these handcuffs off. And I need to hop in my truck and– you know? Absolutely not.

Are you [BLEEP]? I’m not. I am so– whoa. Whoa.

I hereby request that you submit to a chemical test to determine the alcohol and/or drug content of your body. Request that you submit to a chemical test. OK.

I think I’m going to have to sue you guys for these handcuffs. This is murder. Let me get out and check them, OK? I feel like my wrist is going to be, like, chopped the [BLEEP] off. All right.

You don’t need to swear. Let me– Oh. Let me check them.

Oh, my god. OK, I can fit three fingers between that handcuff and three in that one. So I’m not going to loosen those at all, OK?

OK. So you’re just going to have to try and move away. I’m not. Because I can already fit three fingers between there.

That’s more than enough, OK? That’s reasonable. No matter what, they’re not going to be comfortable. Nothing about this is reasonable. – OK. – Nothing.

Well, I’m just telling you I’m not loosening them anymore because if I do, they’re not– – This is completely– – — going to secure you. – –unreasonable. OK, watch your foot. You, um– Am I the only one taking just crazy pills here? You know? OK.

You are the only one acting this way. So I did apply for an electronic warrant, and a judge did deem that there’s probable cause. So we are going to conduct a blood draw.

So we’re going to go to the Section 4 office. We’ll conduct our blood draw. And then I will be transporting to the Salt Lake County Jail, where he’ll be booked for driving under the influence of drugs and possession of methamphetamine. Copy.

Copy. So right now we are heading over to one of the other troops on my crew, who has a vehicle stop that he believes contains a large quantity of marijuana. Looks like they’re starting to do a search. OK, so this guy’s been placed under arrest for the large quantity of drugs. So he must have located it in order for him to already place him in custody.

They usually have more than one driver so they can switch off, so they don’t– they can drive straight through. Here’s our other gentleman here. That whole bed is full. All right, let’s– you’re going to show me.

Show me what you got. The bed was locked. OK. Then you open it. OK.

So are they– is this– is this marijuana, or is this some kind of– the dab stuff? I don’t know if it’s hash, or dab, or– Or are they making brownies with it? Brownies or what?

But– OK. I am just seeing the entire bed– it looks like the entire bed is full. Well, if every single box has some of that in there. Bad odor. Odor from here?

Yeah. OK. One thing I did see right off the bat is, looking in– Oh!

You can the vacuum-sealed stuff that they use. OK, because I saw that back there. And then this is probably what I smelled right– Wow! That’s– oh! I hate– I’m not a fan of marijuana.

It’s very strong. And I don’t like the way it smells. But you can see in here they have the vacuum-seal products, a lot of food wrappers and food in there. So you got some more vacuum sealed things going on here. You’ve got a– a small amount.

In this Ziploc shrink wrap stuff. Talking to him, he’s very curious as to what the kind of charges are in Utah for marijuana. Mhm.

Well, It depends on how much you have. He didn’t answer. Mhm. How much do you have?

Didn’t answer. Didn’t do it, apparently. So we don’t– we still don’t know how much is in there. No. We’re taking them over to the office for the State Bureau of Investigations because there’s so much in the truck that we’re not sure how much is in there.

We’ve got to take it over to a controlled environment where we can offload it all. There’s– there’s a whole process when it comes to booking and evidence, and it must be done in a certain fashion so as not to compromise its value as– as evidence. [MUSIC PLAYING] Oh, there you go. Oh, there’s your weed.

It’s there. Got a little bit of everything in there. Holy macaroni! Wow!

This is big. The bags. Count bags. What’s that?

To keep the moisture out of it? Mhm. Oxygen indicator. Yeah. They’re getting pretty high tech nowadays, aren’t they?

Trying to. [LAUGHTER] So it’s a Juana Roll. So you can only purchase stuff like this in places where marijuana is legal, OK? So you can see the marijuana indicator both here and here. This product is infused with cannabis. So there’s some kind of a roll, whether it’s chocolate, or– it looks like it’s supposed to be chocolate.

But if you look– oh. I can’t stand it. If you look inside, he’s just got a bunch of buds in there. 74 pounds of marijuana. My guys do great work.

That was an excellent, excellent bust. I couldn’t be happier. Making a traffic stop on this truck here pulled out of the Wienerschnitzel back here without any lights on.

What’s going on? Good. Will you shut that off for me? How come you’re revving up your motor?

Why are you so nervous, man? Why? You have warrants?

Just like this? For driving without lights on? No.

OK. How come your car smells like marijuana? It’s your fault?

And that’s why you said you’re screwed? You have marijuana on you? Where’s it at?

Don’t grab for it. Just tell me where it’s at. OK.

Have you had any alcohol tonight? A beer? OK. Why don’t you just hop out with me for a second? Yeah, I just want to talk to you for a little bit, brother, if that’s OK? – Mhm.

I ain’t got nothing to hide, man. I got no weapons, nothing. OK. So you’ve had more than a beer tonight?

You got car restricted? He’s got a little bit of user amount of weed. They’re closed, though. I know.

That’s why we left. Yeah? Yeah.

OK. We have our troupe coming in for some field sobriety tests. Feet, heels and toes together. OK.

Hold on, let me– you guys got me a little scared. Hang on. All you got to do is stand just like I am. I know. Come on, now. – Easy. – I’ve done this before.

But I’m just saying you guys got me a little nervous here, you know? So right foot in front, touch heel to toe, arms down to your side. So– When– when I tell you to, you’re going to take nine heel-to-toe steps down that imaginary line.

You’re going to touch heels to toe– You’re going to keep your– OK, so you are you refusing to do the test? OK. Then get back– then get back in position and let me explain and demonstrate for you, OK? Yep.

Arms down to your side. Why are they hurting? If my leg feels like it needs to crack, and it doesn’t, then I have to pull off. And it’s going to break my leg if it doesn’t, then, yes, that’s going to mess up my leg. Well, I’ve never seen anybody break their leg doing this before.

We don’t want you to break your leg. Do the best you can. We’ll take your injuries into consideration, OK?

Arms to the side. Just repeat again. Arms down the side.

Turn and step on down. Five– He’s an alcohol-restricted driver, which means he can’t drive with any alcohol in his system at all. And I did smell alcohol coming from his breath.

And he did admit to having a beer tonight. So– This is called a breath test. You’re not going to blow in this. You can’t?

Why not? No. Because I had one beer.

You guys have 1.22 or something like that. OK. Go ahead and put your hands behind your back. [BLEEP] You’re driving under the influence, OK? So I did all that for nothing? No.

I’m just looking for clues of impairment, which I believe that I’ve observed enough to make. I don’t think you did. You’re under the influence tonight. I don’t think you did. Don’t turn around on me.

We told you to face that way. Now do it, OK? No. I’m not joking. When you’re told to do something, you do it. – And I’m going to listen. – OK, I appreciate that.

I appreciate that. I’m not. I just told you not to turn around. I appreciate that. Thank you.

Nobody said you were. The driver’s been placed under arrest for DUI. We got driving with no lights, possession of paraphernalia, possession of marijuana. The vehicle’s going to be towed, state tax impounded. [POLICE RADIO CHATTER] So we’re going to go– we’re going to go help out Trooper Jensen on a stop. Looks like he’s got a K9 unit out with him.

And it looks like he has the occupants of the vehicle out on a vehicle search. So– So we stopped this car. He was talking to the passenger.

I was talking to the driver. Where are they going to? She said, Montana.

He’s saying Los Angeles. Yeah, he said Los Angeles. So, anyway, I tried to roll this window down.

Once he gets it stopped, I tried to roll this window down. It won’t go down all the way. You can actually look down in there. The packages in there?

Did you stop for the window tint? Yes, sir. 17%. Very good.

Very good. Let’s just pop the door. You can see right in it. Yeah, you’re going to need a screw– screwdriver for this rest.

Now you have to take those off. OK. OK, you ready?

Yeah. That sounded good. You have to take the window up to get them out, though. [MUSIC PLAYING] Yep. Meth it is. 21 even.

So we’ll go ahead and make sure this is meth. And you can see the methamphetamine in that. It’s just packaged a little bit different. Still has the carbon paper in the plastic wrapping. [MUSIC PLAYING] A total of 22 pounds.

Well, there’s 22 packages. So I’m guessing it’s going to be– it’s going to be right there, 22 pounds. So they were in all the front driver’s side, passenger’s side door and then the– the– the driver’s side rear door. So now we’re taking the two suspects to the jail.

It was good work by the troopers and a great seizure. Good day [MUSIC PLAYING] So we’re going to pull over that green truck up ahead. It didn’t seem like the driver had the seat belt on. Or if he did, he had a tucked under his armpit. [SIREN] I didn’t see you have your seat belt on back there.

Is that right? You had it tucked under your armpit, or– You had it behind you? Yeah. Oh that’s not– yeah.

That’s not the way to put it on, man. OK. Do you have a license, bud? Not on you. Is it suspended?

It what’s the status of your license? Is your license suspended? It’s not?

You never had a license before? You don’t have a license? No. All right, what’s going on?

Huh? You– you look like you’re nervous, man. Why are you stuttering? What’s your name? – Justin. – Justin.

What’s your last name? [BLEEP] OK, I’ll be right back, OK? OK. So the driver of the vehicle gave me false information.

And I– I’m looking at his picture on the– in the system, and it doesn’t look like the driver of the car. [MUSIC PLAYING] OK. We have a system that shows pictures. And you’re not Justin. I’m looking at Justin’s pictures right there in my computer.

And that’s not you, OK? No, it’s not the same person. You gave me somebody else’s name. I– I know– Yep.

You’re not Justin, man. Come on. Come here.

I’m just detaining you. You’re not under arrest, OK, until I find out who you are, OK? All right. Are you going to give me your name, or do I need to book you in jail?

It’s your call, bud. You have court? So you got warrants? All right, what’s your real name, bud? [BLEEP] What’s your last name? [BLEEP] You’re not even making up a name.

You’re actually giving me somebody else’s real name. That’s a pretty serious crime, man. You could ruin their identity. You got a lot of issues, man.

You’ve got so many warrants. Yeah. He has so many warrants. I have five.

OK, let me count them. I have four. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine warrants. I mean– that’s so many! You got at least $100,000 in warrants.

That’s– man, you’re not getting out. No way you’re going to get out. Your bail is just way too high. You don’t think you should go to prison with all these things you’re doing?

I’m surprised you didn’t take off from me. All right, boss. Start loading it. All righty. Gosh, you’ve got so much– too many warrants, man.

Man, you got to get your life together. Maybe this is it. Maybe right now, you can start fresh again. Right now. [MUSIC PLAYING]

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