Went to Frys to pick a a new hard drive, as i was pulling out of the parking lot I had a FPD officer motion for me to pull over. At the point three more cruisers pulled up.
I was asked to put my hands out of the window, then open my door from the outside. once i undid my seat belt and stepped out, I was told to put my hands on the roof. I did see guns drawn but only one pointed in my direction.
This is where it gets kind of funny. I heard one of the officer say something about my gun being out in the open(I think thats when they realised it was an UOC issue). Then heard one say something about what to do next, like they didnt know.
I was then told to interlace my fingers on top of my head and walk backwards to them. Once there one officer grabbed my hands and held them on my head(not hard) while patting me down, another removed my gun. He checked to see if it was unloaded and then placed it on the hood the the patrol car, the other released my hands and I could put them down. The first officer asked me if I had ID and I replied yes I do, but Im not going to give it to him, he then pointed at my car and said thats why he was asking, cant argue there so i gave it to him, he looked at it and then handed it back to me.
From what I was able to determine, I think this was a cherry popper for them as well. One officer asked if he could take a picture of my car and me so in the future if they get another call with a description, they can say oh thats this guy and only send one officer to echeck. I didnt see a problem with that, so i let him. He took a side shot of my car and a picture of me with an officer. One of the officer went and put my gun on the hood of my car even after i said he could put it back my holster, he said thats okay i'll just put it there. He put it on the hood of my car and walked away.
Then a few of the officers and I talked about UOC for a few, while ******* a lot of people off because of us blocking traffic. I asked the officer about maybe moving the cars overand he said let them wait. LOL. I asked if I was free to go and he said sure. So i grabbed my gun stuck it back in the holster, got in my car and left.
I have to admit I found the whole thing funny, and from what I have seen on here my first echeck wasnt that bad other a than the over all response. The officers were nice, had questions and never exceeded their authority.
Kudos to Fremont PD.