They’re back in Lakewood – to enforce the law

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  1. Enforce the law.
    At all costs.
    Right. Even if it means ticketing someone who’s not breaking the law.
    So, instead of “Click it or ticket” it’s “ticket even if you did click it”
    Time to move to Bangaldesh.

    • I will personally buy your ticket . our police need support , not snide remarks and disparaging comments . Get your things together and Leave the country . I will buy the ticket . Thank you to all Police agency’s for keeping us safe !!!

  2. “To enforce the law” is the opinion of the editor and not factual verifiable news so please write that this article is an opinion piece.

  3. My wife’s expensive pocket book was once stolen. We spent time filing a report and discussing the matter with the police here. The thief even picked up when the officer called my wife’s cell phone. But he didn’t do anything. Just a short time later, the same cop came up with a way to give me not one but three separate tickets, two of which were ultimately thrown out in court.l b cause they were ridiculous.

    We need cops to solve crimes, not to come up with cute ways to give out meritless tickets. There’s no justification for supporting unjustifiable actions, not to mention laziness.

    We do not and will never support stupid tickets. Solve crime, don’t waste our time.

  4. After seeing the video of the bicyclist getting hit by a car, I’m glad to see that “they’re back” headline. If you’re following the law, you have nothing to be afraid of. (I feel sorry for people like Michael Cohen and Wow, but in general the police help more than hurt).

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