Police Officer in Sioux Falls has Driving Malfunction

Sioux Falls Finest

6-28-15 Sioux Falls, SD By Devin Saxon. A couple of photographs recently surfaced on Facebook showing a Sioux Falls Police Officer attempting to ram a metal rail to death with her squad car. It is unclear if tax-payers will be footing the bill on an account of this rail jumping out in front of this officer’s patrol car. Certainly Sioux Falls’s finest are not the culprits of this collision in any way, shape or form, it must have been the inanimate object’s fault somehow. Perhaps this officer swerved out of the way of a school of ducklings, or dodged a family of kittens, saving their lives, and in the process remodeled a random alleyway-railing downtown.

The photographs appear to have been taken near a parking ramp on Dakota Ave. Unfortunately there’s no word yet on whether or not the warm fuzzy cuddly creatures this officer must have swerved out of the way to protect are still safe from any harm.

Police lately seem eager to set up as many sobriety checkpoints in Sioux Falls as possible, however in light of recent events some residents are now calling for there to be random checkpoints specifically for Sioux Falls Police Officers to submit to, reassuring residents that law enforcement is not on any drugs or alcohol while they are out on patrol. AAA

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Police Officer Using Emergency Space On Lunch Break Tells Sick Patients to Park Elsewhere

“Patient with Diabetic Infection in Both Feet Forced To Walk To Hospital!”

Cop at Hospital6 – 10 – 15 Sioux Falls, SD by Devin Saxon. A couple from Scotland, SD traveled to Sioux Falls earlier today to receive emergency medical treatment only to be told by a “snide officer” that essentially his lunch break pre-occupying the emergency spaces took prerogative over the couple’s emergency medical needs, and demanded that they, “move to another lot.” A sick patient with a diabetic infection in “both feet” was then forced to walk “across lots” in order to receive the care that he needed. Police Officers are known to receive FREE lunch at Avera Mckennan as well as many other establishments. The family wishing to remain anonymous, had this to say:

“I’m not sure on the officers name, however my Mother made a complaint to the hospital and they said they would handle it from there, and knew the specific officer.” – Mindy N.

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