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Scheffler probably driving a 2019 Honda. 😜

Scheffler probably driving a 2019 Honda. 😜

Scheffler probably driving a 2019 Honda. 😜

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And opens with a birdie.

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Just now, snapfade said:

And opens with a birdie.

Already worse than yesterday. Clearly the whole ordeal has him rattled.

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8 minutes ago, billchao said:

Already worse than yesterday. Clearly the whole ordeal has him rattled.

They should ALL be afraid, cuz he is going to make them pay for the sins of the LPD..lol

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Newly released footage of incident.

 

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A pedestrian (someone working at a vendor for the event) died this morning from traffic near Valhalla. The cops are all probably on edge trying to keep everyone safe. It sounded like it was a solid miscommunication deal. However, a cop hanging onto your vehicle yelling stop usually means stop. I can’t imagine these guys driving more than 15mph around the entrance.  

Either way, I hope Scottie can play well and give it another tun. 

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21 minutes ago, The Flush said:

 

I completely buy that explanation. I just don't see how Scottie could have 'assaulted' an officer in any sense of the word. It's not like he was trying to escape a possible DUI or a committed robbery. Not that he is not accountable (there certainly should be some sort of prosecution from the looks of it) but, as someone posted earlier, LPD/State of KY will most probably not miss out on the opportune payday. If they do as I think they will, then that will be one state that I can drop off my list of places to retire. 

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7 minutes ago, GolfLug said:

I completely buy that explanation. I just don't see how Scottie could have 'assaulted' an officer in any sense of the word. It's not like he was trying to escape a possible DUI or a committed robbery. Not that he is not accountable (there certainly should be some sort of prosecution from the looks of it) but, as someone posted earlier, LPD/State of KY will most probably not miss out on the opportune payday. If they do as I think they will, then that will be one state that I can drop off my list of places to retire. 

Assault is not battery. Assault is just the threat or implication. Assault doesn't take much, let's put it that way.

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8 minutes ago, iacas said:

Assault is not battery. Assault is just the threat or implication. Assault doesn't take much, let's put it that way.

Well, in the least it implies intention. Unless this cop looks like a TP5, I just don't see it. 

Anyway he seems to rolling along just fine. Good for him.

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Lawyer up, Scottie.

508.025 Assault in the third degree. (1) A person is guilty of assault in the third degree when the actor: (a) Recklessly, with a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument, or intentionally causes or attempts to cause physical injury to: 1. A state, county, city, or federal peace officer.

(2) (a) For a violation of subsection (1)(a) of this section, assault in the third degree is a Class D felony.

https://apps.legislature.ky.gov/law/statutes/statute.aspx?id=53982

For what it's worth, I think the newspapers are misreporting the charges. Kentucky seems to bundle assaults against "protected victims" (including peace officers) into s.508.025 - Assault in the third degree. Second degree assault on police isn't mentioned in the state penal code. The assumption would be for the higher level of assault (second degree), the fact that the victim was a police officer would be an aggravating factor in sentencing?

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The memes going around have me dying. Some of my favorites so far:

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1 hour ago, phillyk said:

However, a cop hanging onto your vehicle yelling stop usually means stop.

You ever have someone unexpectedly reach into your window to grab you while driving, as it allegedly happened? He probably just panicked momentarily.

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More details have emerged about Scottie Scheffler’s arrest outside the PGA Championship this morning. According to a Louisville Metropolitan Police...

 

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51 minutes ago, billchao said:

You ever have someone unexpectedly reach into your window to grab you while driving, as it allegedly happened? He probably just panicked momentarily.

Also, Scottie seems to have been unaware that he was actually a full-on police officer, as he had the bright yellow reflective jacket on.

He seems to have confused them with a volunteer type "traffic marshal" or something. I may not be wording that well, but I'm basically saying… he might not have recognized he was a full-on police officer.

It was dark, early, and confusing.

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