Police Chase a Horse & Buggy with Passed Out Amish Man

@Cops&Cons obtained body worn camera footage of an incident that has an Amish man passed out in his buggy.

Ashtabula County Sheriff’s pursued the buggy and stopped the man and buggy. He was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

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39 thoughts on “Police Chase a Horse & Buggy with Passed Out Amish Man

  1. Zogbot Coulda let him get home.
    Zogbot decides to pull in front
    >cries in pain as he strikes you
    All bootlickers get roof

  2. I live in an Amish community and I’ve seen some funny things with our peaceful neighbors. Great folks and everyone gets a bit out of hand occasionally. Just let the horse take him home. His daddy will make his life heck in the morning.

  3. Blowing the siren was an idiot move. A more skittish horse might have bolted and thrown the driver from the buggy.

  4. I'm surprised the cop didn't try to tow the Amish vehicle afterwards LOL. Also a DUI for horse+buggy? Is that even legal. It's like giving someone a DUI for riding a bike. The buggy clearly doesn't have a plate so no insurance, and the Amish guy 99% sure doesn't have a drivers license (as it's not needed for horse+buggy is most states); pretty sure DUI only applies to motorized vehicles… Also love the lie the cop told immediately to the other cop who arrived on scene "Drove infront of him, I had him stopped, and then he drove off again and hit my car", "he fell into the ditch"(no he didn't, his head smashed into the windshield and then he tumbled 1/2 way out the buggy and stood up, with blood spewing out the back of his head all over the back of his shirt). Cop also tried to make it seem like he went for the reins AFTER he pulled infront of him, in one conversation with a cop, which wasn't true… he might of tried well before he pulled infront of him it seems, but not after LOL. Also "you get beside him and then he speeds up", suggesting the unconscienced guy is the one speeding up the vehicle LOL, idiot cop.

    I wonder if things like this would still happen if cops were required to have a university degree, vs, a GED and a 6 week – 6 month course (mostly filled with how to operate a guns)… I feel bad for the horse who had to deal with this manic on the road.

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