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Thread: Non Encounter with Everett PD

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    My wife wanted to go for a walk along the beach this afternoon so we made a stop at Howarth Park in Everett. This park is between the Railroad tracks and the Sound between Everett and Mukilteo.

    I was open carrying my Taurus in my Don Hume OWB holster. As we were getting ready to leave an Everett PD officer came across the footbridge. He stared right at my Taurus, said "Howdy Folks", and continued walking. He then headed down to the tracks and started rounding up the kids that bypass the overpass and sneak thru holes in the fence and cut across the railroad tracks.

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    Kewl!!
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    I sure wish the good cops who actually know the law would teach the other ones a thing or two.

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    I think eventually they will because if they are present and one officer violates your rights they are both on the hook for it.
    "A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity."

    "though I walk through the valley in the shadow of death, I fear no evil, for I know that you are by my side" Glock 23:40

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    Good I'm glad there were no problems I spend alot of time in Everett myself.Sounds like word has gotten out to most of the officers there and they are leaving people alone.kudos to you. OC on:celebrate

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