Rushville Republican

Letters to the Editor

July 30, 2013

Upset about traffic stop treatment

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Mark and Linda Bacon

Rush County

Bacon Farms

Upset about traffic stop treatment

Dear Editor:

My daughter was stopped by one of your fine men in blue last night (7/23); she had forgotten to put on her seat belt after taking my grandson to McDonald’s. This was around 9:30 at night. She was on Highway 52.

When the officer ran the plate it came back belonging to her other car. Her other car had broken down on her and when she purchased her current car we thought that she had 30 days to transfer plates.

Well, the officer decided that the car needed to be impounded. This fine man decided it was OK to leave her out on the highway with two children (ages 2 months and 5 years).

My daughter is a hard worker and doesn’t take anything off the government. She actually went back to work after only two weeks of having my granddaughter because she had to be able to pay her insurance. She has worked since she was 15, not because she had to but because she wanted to. Her current job involves a lot of walking, in all types of weather. She has been going in early so that she can finish because of the heat. Plus, she takes care of her babies, as well as her house. I’m dang proud of her.

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