what would be the point of sending a ticket in the mail? the officer already stated that she was found to be at fault. i could see the reason if there was an investigation needed before blame could be placed, but that was not the case in this instance.
"Buck said the driver was found at fault for the wreck but would not be issued a citation."
Looks like you are the one that needs to do a little research before you opine.
seems like it would not be a very good use of office personel time, not to mention the cost of mailing the ticket. could be some good budget money saved by not doing it that way.
since you are acting like you know it all, maybe you know the answer to this question. does an officer have to write the ticket that is being mailed?
Some of you folks don't understand how things work. Just because she didn't get a ticket on the spot doesn't mean one won't be mailed to her upon further investigation. Do some research before you opine.
texting causes accidents and deaths!
The truck was parked next to the curb. Sounds like a bunch of bologna to me. She wasn't paying attention and WHAM! She should have gotten a ticket. Our PD needs to issue citations at accident scenes. Next time I see the cheif I'm going to ask him about it and I will share the response.
+1 to the Taurus
I saw an Officer run a red light big as day the other day because he was doing something on his computer,what if he would of T-bonedsomeone, would he have gotten off with no citation.....
You hit a parked car and are found at fault but receive no citation. Another accident that resulted in a rollover from a blowout gets a citation for failure to control speed. Does this make any sense? The officer that did not give the ticket for hitting a parked car needs a citation for not issuing one when he should have.
No ticket for failure to control speed. Come on VPD! She caused a wreck cause she wanted to pass a parked truck. She needs a ticket. I wonder what she told the police to get out of the ticket. That is a tight street to travel. With vehicles parked on both sides of the road there are just inches between cars when they pass each other. Dangerous roads of Victoria.