“I’m the kind of guy that gives out dime bags”

This case brings us back to Pullman, Washington, as officers of the Pullman Police Department have been dispatched to a call for service. The caller reported having come upon an intoxicated young man who was clearly unable to care for himself, and… meet Jacob.

This story will be covered in two parts, with part two presenting events back at the station.

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37 thoughts on ““I’m the kind of guy that gives out dime bags”

  1. So hes intoxicated, attempts to walk off. Leave him alone. Nope, traumatise him, tie him up and charge him with a felony, thereby truly attempt to ruin him. I hope the officer who got kicked will recover, I suspect he will.

    Good luck to the young man.

  2. It's pretty sissified when a cop would give someone a felony merely for brushing them with a body part. "Oh you pushed me? Assault on a police officer." If you don't have a black eye, a broken nose or any injuries at all, they should never be able to charge you with assault. I'd you're going to get charged with a felony for not even putting a mark on him, you might as well beat his azz then. If you tell a cop someone assaulted you, what's the first thing they ask you? "Are you hurt? Well if there are no injuries we can't do anything." But raise your voice too loud and you're taking the ride.

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  4. No evidence of a 'Kick'. If dragging the boy out of the car to the ground face down resulting in his leg flipping up in the air backwards, then the cop needs to get a grip, grow the fuck up and man up. Yes, the kid is a drunk douche bag but Grown, so called, 'Men' who can't handle a kid and then make up BS to strap them in their Kinky Chair back at their jail is pathetic.

    And why is that Cop wearing Welding Glasses?

  5. I think this guy may have something else going on besides the alcohol like bipolar or autism (not saying this to be funny or put the guy down at all) . I’m actually concerned for him. I think it might be even undiagnosed.
    I also am going against most of the comments here, yes he is intoxicated and they did the right thing by taking him to the hospital.
    But I don’t think these officers handled the situation in the manner they could’ve had they had more training on mental illness. The fact that this guy is underage they needed to speak more on his level and you could tell he had anxiety and fear and even seemed depressed.
    I don’t believe standover tactics was the best approach here.

  6. This is why I dont drink. I know I turn into an insufferable prick after a night with the boys, so I just chose to be designated driver. Besides not getting myself arrested, the guys usually pay to fill up my tank for me.

  7. If I were this young dude, I'd sue. he was clearly intoxicated and needed help, yet they DIDN"T take him to the hospital ! The cops have an obligation to ensure his safety once in custody instead they failed negligently.

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