By Drew - 1/6/2019 18:00
Today, I was sitting at home when the police knocked on my door. They came inside, sat me down and told me that both my parents died in a car crash tonight. I started to cry, but about 10 minutes later, I find out they had the wrong person. I feel bad for the other guy. FML
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By  GamerChickxoxo  |  15

When police knock on your door,the best thing to do is lock the door behind you,step outside and ask
"Name and im going to need to see your badge/badge number" -write these down
-if they dont not comply to that tell them to get off your property

"what reason do you have to be here?"
"do you have a warrant"
if they say no you can refuse to let them in and by all means you should.

If they have a warrant, record everything on camera.
When they toss your place and break shit looking for something they didn't find, you want that on camera.

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By  GamerChickxoxo  |  15

When police knock on your door,the best thing to do is lock the door behind you,step outside and ask
"Name and im going to need to see your badge/badge number" -write these down
-if they dont not comply to that tell them to get off your property

"what reason do you have to be here?"
"do you have a warrant"
if they say no you can refuse to let them in and by all means you should.

If they have a warrant, record everything on camera.
When they toss your place and break shit looking for something they didn't find, you want that on camera.

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  julfunky  |  28

OP: “We had an encounter with an officer that, though mistaken, was friendly. We went our separate ways without quarrel and everything turned out ok.”

You: “YOU DID IT COMPLETELY WRONG. YOU SHOULD HAVE MADE THIS ENCOUNTER AS DIFFICULT AS POSSIBLE BECAUSE ‘JUST IN CASE’ REASONS.”

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  pheonixfire13  |  17

Dude, that’s really good advice- for almost any other situation involving the cops. In this situation they were there to inform him OF THE DEATH OF HIS PARENTS. They weren’t there to break shit or raid his house or arrest him. It was a house call to notify him of tragedy.