Spotsylvania is on Reelz TV – Episode 44

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Spotsylvania is on Reelz TV - Episode 44

First and foremost, I want to thank you all for the outstanding work you do every single day. Feel free to seek me out for any assistance that I may be able to offer. If you need a cold drink on a hot day, just knock and I or someone from my family will come to your aid. You have a thankless job, that many people do not understand. Thank you

Spotsylvania County, Virginia (where I reside) is being featured on On Patrol: Live, from December 2 through Feb 4, 2023. On Patrol: Live is on Reelz and if you don’t have cable, then it is available on Philo. Philo is a digital streaming service, for just $25 a month.

New episodes coming on Fridays and Saturdays.

This episode was S01E44 broadcast on December 17, 2022. Camera crews tagged along with Deputy Dillon Jackson and Sgt Ray Pittman. They featured two different incidents in this episode. 

** I will only mention the names of individuals who were arrested. Those arrest records are available online in several places and in the local news media as well.

This episode lasted 3 hours with Spotsylvania being featured first in this episode.

Incident 1

We opened the episode tonight with Deputy Dillon Jackson responding to an incident behind Kick Back Jacks in their parking lot.

He finds Edward Park, behind the wheel of an idling tan Honda sedan. Edward’s fan appears on the scene at about the same time as Deputy Jackson. On Patrol:Live, kept cycling back to Spotsylvania for 15 minutes, which is likely due to Spotsy not getting much air time last night.

Trying to give Edward a break, the Deputy is having both calls for rides (friends and Uber) home and to leave the car there for the night. After 10 minutes of excuses (and claiming that the nearest Uber is 23 minutes away, the Deputy, arrests Edward for DWI. It appears that either off camera on the scene or while being booked, Edward threw a fit as he was also charged with Assault, Monument Damage, and Obstruction of Justice with threats or force.

Several Uber drivers actually got that job and turned it down, due to it being on TV. This leads me to the comment that it is on a 30-minute delay. This incident doesn’t support that concept neither does the last incident of the night, which is Incident 2 for Spotsylvania.

*** NOTE *** Understand that a deputy must remain on the scene until the guy is picked up. They had plenty of reasons to give him a DUI or DIP (Drunk in Public).

Vomit Found

Incident 2

Right at the very end of this episode, Deputy Dillon Jackson makes a traffic stop (Driving recklessly in traffic, speeding, and not using turn signals) at Southpoint Parkway, right in front of Abberly Apartments at Southpoint. The dialog of this one is classic, it reminded me of Abbott & Costello’s Who’s On First

The conversation is between Deputy Jackson and Hamza Atif.

Deputy: Is there a reason you are driving the way you are driving?
Hamza: I’m sorry sir, My brother late
Deputy: Huh
Hamza: My brothers are late for work
Deputy: Your brothers late for work
Hamza: He got off at 10
Deputy: And where’s your brother at?
Hamza: Walmart
Deputy: {Pause} Your brothers late for work?
Hamza: Yeah
Deputy: And he is at Walmart?
Hamza: Yeah {pause} I can {pause} direct you there right now
Deputy: Your brothers late for work?
Hamza: Late for Work
Deputy: {long pause} Your brothers not in the car though
Hamza: No {pause} I’m going to pick him up right now
Deputy: You’re going to pick your brother up from Walmart
Hamza: Yeah {pause} I’m sorry, I was driving fast
Deputy: Yes

After all that, a field sobriety test was administered, and Hamza keep trying to divert the conversation (something that drunk individuals do). After more going back and forth, Hamza started to be belligerent. Deputy Jackson gave him one last warning and Hamza asked for his lawyer (lawyers generally don’t show up at traffic stops). Deputy Jessica DeLage tried to explain everything one more time, and again asked for a lawyer, when the deputy tried to arrest Hamza, he suddenly wanted to cooperate. The end result is Hamza Atif was arrested for a DWI, first offense, and a cold-ass brother at Walmart, which is less than a half-mile down the road.

Honorable Mentions

Stolen TV

Stolen Television incident out of Richland County, SC. The lady who stole the TV, answers her apartment door and after a few minutes she looks directly at the cameras and states:

Are you recording me?
Is this going to be on TV or something?
Because I have a job and I don’t want all this on TV

Glazed Diamond

Bernalillo County in New Mexico got the strangest call of the night (and they had some good competition tonight). They responded to a McDonald’s where someone in an altered mental status was holding two pieces of rebar and a “Glazed Diamond“. No clue what he was talking about, but a couple of bean back shots and he dropped the rebar and was arrested and hopefully got the mental help he needed.

Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for trying to attack someone at McDonald’s. Kudo to Bernalillo County for a very professional arrest of this person.

“I’m the glazed diamond”

Fuzzy Blankets

“Brittany, I’m gonna die”
“cause we was laughing so hard, I pissed myself…”
“I don’t like those fuzzy blankets, ’cause I’m a little skinny…”

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Welcome to the Average Joe Weekly blog. This is basically my place on the web where I can help spread some of the knowledge that I have accumulated over the years. I served 10+ years in the Marine Corps on Active Duty, but that was some 25 years ago.

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