When two unstoppable forces collide, the one that wins is usually the one with the ticket book.
On September 9, 2019 Officer Narciso Vergara of the West Deptford, New Jersey police department stopped two skateboarding males on the access road to Riverwinds Point in West Deptford, New Jersey. According to the officer’s report, he then advised the males that the park closed at 10:00 pm.
The males, Joseph and Tyler Kyser, “became extremely argumentative about why they were being stopped,” wrote the officer in his report. Officer Vergara ultimately released the males from the scene and mailed a citation to Joseph Kyser, as he had promised. No citation was issued to Tyler.
*The other stories out of New Jersey have not been forgotten. You’ll be seeing them soon.
We are hiring!
Are you an experienced investigative journalist with a strong network in law enforcement and a track record of successfully fighting for access to police records? We want you! Email a copy of your CV and links to your recent published work to email@example.com. Full-time position, competitive pay.
Journalism’s landscape has radically changed. In late-2018 social media surpassed newspapers as a news source for U.S. adults, and a Pew Research Center survey released last week found that more than half of U.S. adults get news from social media. Make your work count: Real World Police’s reach far exceeds that of the Boston Globe and our [rapidly growing] average daily viewership is currently on par with the circulation of The New York Times.
Want to help make Real World Police happen and get rewarded for it? Become a supporter on Patreon today! Supporters get access to:
-Exclusive full-length Real World Police videos
-The new Roadcam series
-Supporting documentation: police reports, court records, and other investigatory material
-Material from cases not shown on the main channel, like the arrest of Chris Hansen and the detention of T-Pain that one time he accidentally tried to bring a gun through airport security
-Early access to some videos
That works too. There are more than 365 free videos to enjoy.