Colorado officers put a suspect inside a patrol car. That patrol car was resting on some train tracks. Yes, you can guess what happened next.
· Sep 24, 2022 ·

Mr. Cheong here asks exactly the right question ... HOW DOES THIS HAPPEN??

I mean that is one heck of a wallop.

The story:

Deputies from the Weld County Sheriff's Office were initially looking for the suspect's truck when a Platteville Police Department officer found it and pulled over the driver, 20-year-old Yareni Rios-Gonzalez of Greeley.

Rios-Gonzalez pulled over just past a set of railroad tracks and the Platteville police officer stopped directly behind her, parking on the tracks themselves.

Fort Lupton officers then showed up to assist in the arrest and Rios-Gonzalez was placed in the Platteville Police vehicle on suspicion of felony menacing, FOX 31 reported.

Okay, so, that's pretty simple. The cops found her, pulled her over, stopped the patrol car on the tracks, placed her under arrest, and then...

I am no cop, but don't you think "Never park your squad car on railroad tracks, especially with a human locked inside of it" would be something you learn on Day 1 of Police Kindergarten?

Thank goodness the suspect survived (SOMEHOW??) so the cops can just be fired for incompetence and sued into oblivion rather than going to prison for manslaughter.

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