Maybe Scottsdale Police just don't have enough real crime to fight. Or don't want to bother with it since they can create something out of nothing with the abuse of power they demonstrate continually. I thought the police were supposed to protect the people, not prey on them. They have been known to pull people over for walking and id them as though for a traffic stop. Arrests for warrents that have been quashed.
Set up innocent people on the word of someone that was caught in the act of a serious crime, as though a credible word would come out of the mouth of the one trying to save his own butt. I could go on. Here's one thing they did to me, I had a warrent for unpaid traffic tickets. They pulled me over and arrested me, it took like a dozen of them. I first tried to use my maiden name knowing I'd have warrents. Stupid, I know. But they said not to worry, they won't charge me with that.
I went to jail, gave all my current information. Address, etc. I find out a year latter that I have a warrent in Scottsdale for missing court on a false information charge. I was never served with anything. I had no idea I missed court. Didn't even know I had court. I asked how this could be when all my current information is in the system and I am still at the same address.
Apparently they don't haveto make an effort to find you for a misdemeanor. How much effort could it have been? I'm right there in their system! They knew they were not notifying me of my court date because they never sent anything to me and they had my address. What happened to our right to due process of law? How is it the people entrusted to enforce the law are purposely violating it? They aren't protecting nearly as many lives as they are destroying. It's not just me, this is common practice anymore. I'd feel much safer without them at this point. Something is seriously wrong here!