Friday, July 4, 2014

Rochester, NY Police officer Jordan Bracey, Badge 2061, Would Rather Ticket Motorists for Tinted Windows, Than Fight Real Crime

Smile Rochester Police officer Jordan Bracey!
You're on candid camera.
By Davy V.

On any given day of the week in Rochester, NY, one can find a cornucopia of crime and criminal activity.

Open air drug dealing.

Armed robbery.

Violent assaults. 


Even murders.

There's never a shortage.

Yet, despite Rochester, which was recently named the third poorest city in the country, being poverty stricken, crime-ridden, and drug infested, some Rochester, NY Police officers seem more interested in writing tickets, than fighting real crime.

Take, for instance, Rochester, NY Police officer Jordan Bracey, badge 2061.

Officer Bracey, who works out of the RPD's west division, would rather spend his shift parked hiding behind abandoned buildings near Rochester's Upper Falls bridge, preying on innocent, taxpaying motorists, than getting drug dealers, rapists, and murderers off the streets.

Officer Bracey loves meeting the
City of Rochester, NY's ticket quota!

That's right.

Rochester, NY Police officer Jordan Bracey would rather issue motorists tickets for window tint.


Window tint.

Enter Brian, who asked me to not publish his last name out of fear of retaliation by Rochester Police.

Brian was driving near Rochester's Lake Avenue recently when all of a sudden he sees a Rochester, NY Police cruiser behind him.

It was Rochester Police officer Jordan Bracey.

Bracey issues Brian a ticket for having his car windows tinted.

Rochester, NY residents should feel secure
that in a city which is crime-ridden,
drug infested, and poverty-stricken,
issuing taxpayers tickets for window tint is a priority.
A $98 ticket.

Plus a $58 surcharge.

"He's always there, hiding, just waiting to stop people," Brian told me, referring to RPD officer Jordan Bracey stalking motorists near Rochester's Upper Falls bridge, adding "He has stopped one of my friends five times, for having window tint on his car."

Brian says that each time his friend was stopped, officer Bracey issued him a ticket.

Five times.

That's $780.00 !

As for Brian...  less than 10 minutes.

That's all it took for Rochester Police officer Jordan Bracey to make $156 for the City of Rochester.

For window tint.

While drug dealers, rapists, and murderers roam the streets of Rochester, NY, officer Jordan Bracey is fighting window tint.

So there you have it, Rochester, NY.

Your taxpayer dollars at work.

Note: if you live in Rochester, be on the lookout fir Rochester, NY Police officer Jordan Bracey, posted up near the Lyell Ave., Smith St., and North Vincent St. area, near the Upper Falls bridge.

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