Nextdoor App “Karen” Gets Real Time Crime Update from Police about her Neighborhood

In this clip Albuquerque Police Department officers were called to a road rage incident. It brought this “Karen” out to see what was going on so she could update her Nextdoor app for her neighborhood.

This police officer gives her an update.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkJeCSl8cdc ** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) **

Author: rafael.nieves

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35 thoughts on “Nextdoor App “Karen” Gets Real Time Crime Update from Police about her Neighborhood

  1. I probably would of did the same thing. Especially being that it's in her neighborhood. The title is bugging. It would be different if she was just randomly driving by and being nosey.

  2. 🤔Why is everyone dissing this nice lady for wanting to know what happened and calling her a Karen? You have no idea what a Karen is, you're using it recklessly. Get to know the world more, have knowledge, research, and facts before you shamefully embarrass yourselves. Reckless Humans🤨✋🤯

  3. To the people in the comments below that do not understand that some people, especially if you live in neighborhoods and not city apartments, actually care about the areas in which they live.  I live in the country where we know each others names, care about one another and watch out for one another, and not just being nosey or mean.    We actually help one another out when needed, so we actually care about each other.  I have lived in cities and the country and suburbs and they are all a really different mindset that occurs.  In cities a lot of people don't know or care about those around them and they always have more crime and violence, not saying that it does not happen anywhere else, just a lot less of it.  Where I live, if someone is out of work or hurt or sick, we each pitch in and share food or chores or  whatever someone needs, and there is just naturally less desperation, which leads to less crime.   It is honestly a whole different mindset among all the people involved. If we would all develop this mindset, think how much all the neighborhoods would improve.        Have a blessed day all 🙂   😉

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