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Old 09-27-2011, 08:53 PM   #81
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How freakin' hard is it to get a license? The WWW says his business has an estimated annual sales of 55 to 67K. Going to be a dent in that.

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Old 09-27-2011, 09:04 PM   #82
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http://kptv.m0bl.net/w/news-local/story/40914101/

The guy turned himself in. Why run then turn yourself in?
Dunno, but I have this idea for a TV show....My protagonist, Nick Butler III, 30 years old, has yet another unfortunate episode with law enforcement. Initially he eludes police, but given his narcissistic personality, after seeing television newscast of his misdeeds, fesses up to Dad and Grandpa. (Butlers I and II)

**The event prior to the admission of guilt**Just out of rehab, (paid for by Butler II, for the fourth time,) Butler III wakes up early, and decides to go for a bike ride to clear his head. Bad choices and mayhem insue.....

Butler II puts his brilliant legal team on poor Butler III's case. Legal team says **sigh** turn yourself in asshole. We'll take care of it, it's only money........

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Old 09-27-2011, 10:25 PM   #83
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19 over wasn't the "big problem", it was the felony eluding. Since 19 over isn't a big issue, I am sure that if you have kids, you won't mind people doing 19 over through the school zone?
We're not talking about a school zone now are we? Apples and oranges. Definitely not a problem on the highway.

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Old 09-28-2011, 02:39 AM   #84
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I hope she cited herself for leaving the roadway and reckless driving.


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Old 09-28-2011, 07:10 AM   #85
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Out of curiosity from this thread, what is the statute of limitations on traffic violations? Lets say felony eluding?
If someone wanted to fess up, how long do they need to wait to not get a fine?

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Old 09-28-2011, 08:30 AM   #86
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We're not talking about a school zone now are we? Apples and oranges. Definitely not a problem on the highway.
19 over isn't worth a stop? Why have speed limits then? This guy didn't even have a license?

Please don't kid yourself speeding is illegal, perhaps is it a mostly victim less crime but it is still a crime in this state. She didn't crash chasing down a 19 over the limit guy, she crashed chasing down a guy running away from a basic traffic stop, something we should all able to agree is a problem.


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Old 09-28-2011, 01:25 PM   #87
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It was illegal Oh My! One more post please. No sh*t really. cop goes hyper because now he's running, a Felony, wow. All eluding a felony blanket law seems kind of foolish. Cops got egg on their face for incompetence you would think they wouldn't appeal publicly about it. If it was always a felony to elude there would be a lot of felons out there.

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Old 09-28-2011, 02:46 PM   #88
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Out of curiosity from this thread, what is the statute of limitations on traffic violations? Lets say felony eluding?
If someone wanted to fess up, how long do they need to wait to not get a fine?
don't need to worry about the statute. saw on fox12 online this am that he already turned himself in.

By FOX 12 Webstaff - email

CLATSKANIE, OR (KPTV) -

Police say a suspect has turned himself in after the Oregon State Police requested the public's help locating a motorcyclist who eluded a trooper yesterday morning.

The suspect voluntarily turned himself in at the Oregon State Police Astoria area command office this morning.

Thanks to the public's help and the ongoing investigation, 30-year-old Nicholas Boehler III fully cooperated with investigation.

Boehler was cited and will appear in court Oct. 24 for charges including attempt to elude using a motor vehicle, reckless driving, speeding and no operator's license.

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Old 09-28-2011, 03:22 PM   #89
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It was illegal Oh My! One more post please. No sh*t really. cop goes hyper because now he's running, a Felony, wow. All eluding a felony blanket law seems kind of foolish. Cops got egg on their face for incompetence you would think they wouldn't appeal publicly about it. If it was always a felony to elude there would be a lot of felons out there.
It's only a felony if you get caught and convicted...or in this case (stupidly) turn yourself in.

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Old 09-28-2011, 03:25 PM   #90
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Yes, let's see it. after all, pigs never screw around, and are always "doing their job."

the pig should be punished and demoted for being stupid enough to think she could keep up with a bike - like give her a receptionist position at best. furthermore, the cost of the 'cruiser should come out of her pocket, rather than the tax payers'.

if i would have seen her crash, i'd be tempted to stop and laugh.

screw the 5-0.


Ignorant posts like the one above are getting old. People sure get off talking "hard" on the INTERNET.

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Old 09-28-2011, 04:11 PM   #91
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don't need to worry about the statute. saw on fox12 online this am that he already turned himself in.

By FOX 12 Webstaff - email

CLATSKANIE, OR (KPTV) -

Police say a suspect has turned himself in after the Oregon State Police requested the public's help locating a motorcyclist who eluded a trooper yesterday morning.

The suspect voluntarily turned himself in at the Oregon State Police Astoria area command office this morning.

Thanks to the public's help and the ongoing investigation, 30-year-old Nicholas Boehler III fully cooperated with investigation.

Boehler was cited and will appear in court Oct. 24 for charges including attempt to elude using a motor vehicle, reckless driving, speeding and no operator's license.

You've gotta be kidding me...

I've never run from a stop in my life, but dammit if I'm gonna run, I'm running all the way! Who in the hell runs from a simple traffic stop, only to wander into the precinct later? What, the speeding and lack of license wasn't enough of a charge for him? He really wanted that felony conviction? Maybe he didn't like voting, but couldn't stand people always prodding him to get out and register, so the best way he could think of was to become a felon so he can reply, "I'd love to, but I'm a felon! Sorry!" Does he really hate jury duty that much?

What was this? Some elaborate cry for help?

/my head asplode

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Old 09-28-2011, 04:17 PM   #92
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Now he's an idiot two times over....


You can't fix stupid.

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Old 09-28-2011, 04:20 PM   #93
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You've gotta be kidding me...

I've never run from a stop in my life, but dammit if I'm gonna run, I'm running all the way! Who in the hell runs from a simple traffic stop, only to wander into the precinct later? What, the speeding and lack of license wasn't enough of a charge for him? He really wanted that felony conviction? Maybe he didn't like voting, but couldn't stand people always prodding him to get out and register, so the best way he could think of was to become a felon so he can reply, "I'd love to, but I'm a felon! Sorry!" Does he really hate jury duty that much?

What was this? Some elaborate cry for help?

/my head asplode
I don't think a felony conviction will keep a person from voting, But any and all firearms are gonna have to go-away.

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Old 09-28-2011, 04:29 PM   #94
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You've gotta be kidding me...

I've never run from a stop in my life, but dammit if I'm gonna run, I'm running all the way! Who in the hell runs from a simple traffic stop, only to wander into the precinct later? What, the speeding and lack of license wasn't enough of a charge for him? He really wanted that felony conviction? Maybe he didn't like voting, but couldn't stand people always prodding him to get out and register, so the best way he could think of was to become a felon so he can reply, "I'd love to, but I'm a felon! Sorry!" Does he really hate jury duty that much?

What was this? Some elaborate cry for help?

/my head asplode
I'm assuming that his family or some people close to him gave him the nudge he needed to go ahead and turn himself in.

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Old 09-28-2011, 10:42 PM   #95
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Stupid ain't free...


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Old 09-29-2011, 02:15 AM   #96
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Another POV...

I ride that road daily, and drive most of the time when the weather is crap or cold. I was on my way to work that same morning and drove by the accident in my Suburban. When I went by, there were several other cop cars already there, so it had occured at least 10-15 minutes before I saw it. I only found out later that the crash was due to a chase.

You can't see it in the picture, but that view is going uphill right after the final sweeping left turn coming east from Clatskanie. I routinely slow down going through those curves when I'm on 4 wheels and the road is wet. The right side of the road through most of the curves has a pretty unforgiving drop with no guardrail. Lucky for her, she didn't lose it a 1/4 mile earlier, or there wouldn't have been that nice hill to stop her.

Because I ride the same road and it happened about the same time I was going to work, I've had a lot of elbow jabbing over the last few days insinuating that it might have been me. I have never run from the cops on my R1, so I didn't want anyone thinking that I would start now at 48 years old. I've been pulled over several times over the years I've driven/riden highway 30. I've only had one ticket there, and that was in my truck.

My last point... I was pulled over by Officer Spurlock just about 2 months ago on my way to work while I was driving my Suburban. She crested a hill while I was conducting a legal pass of a car driving about 5 under the limit. I obviously had to go over the limit to get around the slower car before the passing zone ended, and that's when she happened to see me. I was probably going between 70 and 75 when she tagged me. When I stopped, near Knappa, she was very kind and professional to me. Although there were several things she could have written me up for (speed, front plate, etc), she let me go with a warning. It's possible the motorcycle rider would have recieved the same courtesy if he had stopped, but he'll never know now. Bummer.

For all the cop haters out there, I know it's not fun to get stopped, and I get stopped probably more than most of you because I like to push the limits. I discovered many years ago that a little courtesy and a lot of honesty is highly appreciated and rewarded by 90% of the cops I've met. I probably only get cited once every 4-5 years, yet I get stopped at least a few times a year and sometimes more than once in a month. In the 11 years I've been in this area, I've only dealt with one cop who I would call a jerk. I would like to think he was just having a bad day.

Thanks for reading... Ride safe everybody.

PS. The picture to the left was staged. That cop was responding to an accident on a ride I was on, and I took advantage of him being there to get that pic.

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Old 09-29-2011, 02:45 AM   #97
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ummm fail?

Im purty sure that there right thur is a str8t line...
wow! another Fine Oregon driver!!

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Old 09-29-2011, 06:27 AM   #98
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PS. The picture to the left was staged. That cop was responding to an accident on a ride I was on, and I took advantage of him being there to get that pic.
Yeah right

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Old 09-29-2011, 06:30 AM   #99
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six years huh? acts like six months

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Old 09-29-2011, 08:20 AM   #100
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I don't think a felony conviction will keep a person from voting, But any and all firearms are gonna have to go-away.
Actually, you're partially right. Looks like Oregon doesn't permanently disenfranchise Felons anymore. Varies state-by-state, and appears to be loosening up in most places.

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