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Grand Poobah
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I have no idea if Julius Lupowitz here is a legal immigrant or an illegal alien but either way we don't need POS like this in our country.
We need better immigration laws.

Man tries to avoid speeding ticket by reporting fake emergency to 911

http://www.autoblog.com/2015/09/23/man-tries-avoid-speeding-ticket-reporting-fake-emergency/?icid=maing-grid7%7Caol20-g%7Cdl30%7Csec1_lnk2%2526pLid%253D1477774843&intcmp=hplnws

A man in Florida had the bright idea last week to make a phony call to 911 in an attempt to get out of a speeding ticket, but he just ended up in more trouble then before. Julius Lupowitz was pulled over in West Melbourne, FL last Thursday for speeding. When the officer turned his back, Lupowitz called 911 and reported a man with a gun not far from where he was stopped. The 911 call was released by officials:

"There's definitely someone going to get shot. Please, please. Wingate and Hollywood. Please," Lupowitz tells 911 operators, according to ABC. "There's a man with a gun. I see him looking at me but I don't think he sees I'm on a cell phone. I swear I'm so scared I might get killed myself. Please."

Lupowitz was hoping the officer who pulled him over would be forced to respond to the more serious call, but the cop stuck around. Instead, it was his fellow police officers that had their time wasted looking for an imaginary gunman. When police realized there was no threat the 911 operator tracked down who made the call. Lupowitz's name was announced over police radio while the officer was still writing the ticket. Instead of a $200 speeding ticket Lupowitz now is facing a felony charge and a five-year maximum prison sentence for making false calls to 911.
 

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Grand Poobah
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I don't think that's him.
At least not the guy in the video
Click the link and watch the video. It doesn't look like that guy at all.
I tried to embed it but couldn't.

Funny thing though, the name in the article, Julius Lupowitz, is not the name in the video. I had to play it back a few times but in the video they say his name is Salvador Sanchez-Buenrostro.
He could have been born here of course.
Also the article says it was in Florida while the video says Oregon.

Here's a different web article with the correct name and info that matches the video.
Evidently there are more than one POS doing this move to get out of a ticket.

http://koin.com/2015/09/17/police-driver-getting-ticket-makes-fake-911-call/

GRESHAM, Ore. (KOIN) - A man pulled over during a traffic stop allegedly placed a fake 911 call to get out of his traffic ticket.

Salvador Sanchez-Buenrostro was pulled over shortly before 1 a.m. around NE Kane and Olvera, Gresham police said. The officer found the driver's license was suspended and was writing him a ticket.

At that moment, police received a 911 call about shots fired in the area. The call was traced back to the area of Kane and Olvera, police said.

The officer once again contacted Buenrostro, who allegedly admitted making the fake call. Instead of a ticket, he was arrested for improper use of 911 and taken to the Multnomah County Detention Center.
 
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