Las Cruces, New Mexico — This is about as self-explanatory a video as they come. It does, however, highlight something that happens surprisingly often and can be easy to miss: both the bank and the woman called 911, leading to confusion on the woman’s part over why the police were not there for her. It’s easy to get caught up in your experience of a situation, and to lose perspective as a result. When the police are called to a civil issue and receive a separate call about potentially criminal threats, the civil issue is going to wait.
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