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    Re: Nealy arrested for a noise complaint

    Quote Originally Posted by Judoka View Post
    Being detained and being arrested are two different things.
    Should of worded that differently. Again, not an expert, but I believe being arrested means your civil liberties are taken away, even of its only for a few minutes. So while you are waiting on the side of the road while the cop writes you a ticket, you're under arrest. So if Neely was placed in the back of a cop car while he got his ticket, he was "arrested"

    I could be way wrong, however.


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    Re: Nealy arrested for a noise complaint

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclonepride View Post
    If being loud led to arrests, my neighbor would be in Fort Leavenworth.

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    Re: Nealy arrested for a noise complaint

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    Re: Nealy arrested for a noise complaint

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    Re: Nealy arrested for a noise complaint

    Quote Originally Posted by chuckd4735 View Post
    Should of worded that differently. Again, not an expert, but I believe being arrested means your civil liberties are taken away, even of its only for a few minutes. So while you are waiting on the side of the road while the cop writes you a ticket, you're under arrest. So if Neely was placed in the back of a cop car while he got his ticket, he was "arrested"
    Every person who is arrested ends up in handcuffs in the back of a cop car. But not every person who ends up in handcuffs in the back of a cop car has been arrested.

    In other words, being in the back of a cop car does not mean either for sure. I believe in this case he was arrested and taken to Story City though (per tweets from Legesse)


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    Re: Nealy arrested for a noise complaint

    Quote Originally Posted by Judoka View Post
    Every person who is arrested ends up in handcuffs in the back of a cop car. But not every person who ends up in handcuffs in the back of a cop car has been arrested.

    In other words, being in the back of a cop car does not mean either for sure. I believe in this case he was arrested and taken to Story City though (per treats from Legesse)
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    Re: Nealy arrested for a noise complaint

    Cops were clearly going to have a no tolerance attitude after the other night. You want to be an ******* to cops asking you to stop doing something rather than giving you a ticket or worse immediately? On the night after a riot? That's a bold move.



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    Re: Nealy arrested for a noise complaint

    Was he an idiot for not complying? Yes
    Should he have turned his music down? YEs


    I'm not going to deny that. There comes a point where someone has to take the high road though. Should we expect our student athletes to be able to take the high road? Yes we should, but I expect a Police Officer to do that first.

    I don't know what 80 db are supposed to sound like or anything, but this is what should have happened if it was really that loud. They should get a warning, then a ticket, and then finally if they still haven't complied it is fine to arrest someone. Nealy should have stopped immediately and he should receive punishment for not stopping yes. The police need to realize the situation and recognize that there isn't a good relationship between them and students. That means that they have to be extra careful and lenient.



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    Re: Nealy arrested for a noise complaint

    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    Cops were clearly going to have a no tolerance attitude after the other night. You want to be an ******* to cops asking you to stop doing something rather than giving you a ticket or worse immediately? On the night after a riot? That's a bold move.


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    Re: Nealy arrested for a noise complaint

    Quote Originally Posted by jkclone View Post
    Was he an idiot for not complying? Yes
    Should he have turned his music down? YEs


    I'm not going to deny that. There comes a point where someone has to take the high road though. Should we expect our student athletes to be able to take the high road? Yes we should, but I expect a Police Officer to do that first.

    I don't know what 80 db are supposed to sound like or anything, but this is what should have happened if it was really that loud. They should get a warning, then a ticket, and then finally if they still haven't complied it is fine to arrest someone. Nealy should have stopped immediately and he should receive punishment for not stopping yes. The police need to realize the situation and recognize that there isn't a good relationship between them and students. That means that they have to be extra careful and lenient.
    I agree with about everything in there. Except I don't quite understand the order of progression. Letting one off without a ticket and just a warning isn't an automatic - by any stretch. My bank account says as much due to the tickets I've received. So Nealy should've been counting his good fortune that he didn't get a $50/100/200 ticket (whatever it is) the first time around. Plenty of people get ticketed right off.

    So I have to disagree on that front. He was warned. Ticket or not.

    And I'll defer the particular importance of this violation, what else APD had to do that night, etc and so on.

    But in the end - he just needed to comply, and the first time.



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    Re: Nealy arrested for a noise complaint

    Quote Originally Posted by jkclone View Post
    Was he an idiot for not complying? Yes
    Should he have turned his music down? YEs


    I'm not going to deny that. There comes a point where someone has to take the high road though. Should we expect our student athletes to be able to take the high road? Yes we should, but I expect a Police Officer to do that first.

    I don't know what 80 db are supposed to sound like or anything, but this is what should have happened if it was really that loud. They should get a warning, then a ticket, and then finally if they still haven't complied it is fine to arrest someone. Nealy should have stopped immediately and he should receive punishment for not stopping yes. The police need to realize the situation and recognize that there isn't a good relationship between them and students. That means that they have to be extra careful and lenient.
    They warned him to turn it down 4 times. He was being a dick and eventually got what he earned.



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    Re: Nealy arrested for a noise complaint

    Quote Originally Posted by Angie View Post
    Nobody is saying that he deserved to get arrested, or that they are glad he did, or that he should be kicked from the team. But he was not complying with multiple complaint requests, so I get why the police felt it appropriate to escalate.
    Contradictory.

    The appropriate escalation is to write a ticket. There is absolutely no need to escalate it to an arrest prior to a ticket. We could eliminate jaywalking if it was worth the cost. The PD better be careful with this type of quick-trigger escalation mindset. Lawsuits, if not worse externalities, usually follow.



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    Re: Nealy arrested for a noise complaint

    After things like riots, the police make people into examples so that people are less likely to test them. A football player being arrested on a noise complaint is going to hit a lot of ears. Make people think twice.



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    Re: Nealy arrested for a noise complaint

    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    Cops were clearly going to have a no tolerance attitude after the other night. You want to be an ******* to cops asking you to stop doing something rather than giving you a ticket or worse immediately? On the night after a riot? That's a bold move.
    Please. From listening to the scanner, he very well could have turned it down, just not enough. The only *** was the cop hung-up on the blue suburban.



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    Re: Nealy arrested for a noise complaint

    Quote Originally Posted by swarthmoreCY View Post
    Contradictory.

    The appropriate escalation is to write a ticket. There is absolutely no need to escalate it to an arrest prior to a ticket. We could eliminate jaywalking if it was worth the cost. The PD better be careful with this type of quick-trigger escalation mindset. Lawsuits, if not worse externalities, usually follow.
    The cop could have ticketed him (and made him spent a hundy or however much it is) the first FOUR times they warned him. I'm going to guess that each of those FOUR times that they let him know that it was his last warning, or that they were being quicker on the trigger last night, etc. When he continued to act entitled to listen to his music however he wanted despite the law, they acted within their rights as officers. None of us know how the conversations went, if he was mouthy, etc.


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