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I'm guessing the 2 in sweaters were LPO for the liquor store, and had grounds for a lawful arrest. The fucktards yelling from the side lines were the ones escalating the situation. Other than the "compliance strikes" the guy with the dark hair delivered they handled the situation as well as they could. I've worked LPO and had plenty of arrestes that ended up with the shoplifter on the ground and cuffed. Nothing worse than trying to arrest a cracked out shoplifter when they don't want to be arrested.
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That's where Dog should have come in and Bear Sprayed the onlookers!
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themoose wrote:This made the news here in Toronto. The LCBO has since adopted a policy of having their LPOS wear a uniform... The thought being that they are more recognizable to the public and rubber neckers.
Also more recognizable to would be thieves.....
Read him his rights.....in the middle of the struggle, Good one mr.lawyer!
"You have your Right to Steal, We have the Right to Pummel, The Store has the Right to their Property Back"
I was OFD and saw a guy running in front of the Zellers and tackled a guy off a bicycle, it was very impressive. Went over and asked if I could help, guy was store security, stated this guy was under arrest for shoplifting, I assisted in bringing the male back into the store. A duffle bag with 30-40 DVD's, what a dumb ass.
The things I heard people saying blew my mind. "What are they doing to that guy", "They can't do that" and "Can they arrest people like that?" where the ones I heard.
People are so clueless its amazing. They figure they can come in on the tail end of an incident (or be there from the begining for that matter) and question every little thing an officer is doing like they actually have a clue.
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