Ever been stopped by an aggressive obtuse law enforcement officer? Apparently, so have they. Of the professions, police have the highest divorce rate. Domination at home doesn’t play so well with Mama.
The confrontation, first obtained by Cliffviewpilot, begins when a New Jersey State trooper, Jeremy Mickewicz, unholsters his gun as he approaches an unmarked police van with police lights that has stopped a car on the Turnpike in Leonia, New Jersey.
Bergen County Police Officer Robert Douboue sees the gun.
“I want to see your ID,” Mickewicz said.
“I’m county police. Don’t pull your weapon, brother,” Douboue said.
“Shut your *expletive* mouth, I’ll do it if I want to,” Mickewicz said.
State police say the trooper was responding to a series of carjackings where robbers posed as undercover officers, but the war of words escalated over the pulled gun.
“You better have a good reason why you are whipping out your weapon,” Douboue said.
“I do. Armed robbery,” Mickewicz said.
At one point, the trooper pushes the cop, and it gets even more heated when Bergen County Police Sergeant Gabriel Escobar arrives.
“Shut your *expletive* mouth. Get out of my *expletive* face,” Escobar said.
“You don’t know what’s going on out there. You didn’t give me an *expletive* chance,” Mickewicz said.
“You pulled an *expletive* gun on me, you scumbag. If you weren’t in uniform, I’d wipe the street with you,” Douboue said.
All of this happened, as two suspects pulled over by the Bergen County Police Officer sat in their car.
“You pulled a *expletive* gun on me, you are the *expletive* police, you scumbag. You have my ID. If I pulled my gun on you, how would you feel, if I pulled my gun on you, how would you feel?” Douboue said.
“I’ve tried to explain this to you. We’ve had a rash of them the past month, a rash of three of police impersonators,” Mickewicz said.
“Arrest the police impersonators, so don’t come out here *expletive* rocking a *expletive* uniform pretending that you are better than anyone,” Douboue said