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Saturday, February 20, 2010

"A False Police Report"






Guest Editor-Blogger: Verna
Regarding: "Just About Hit It"

Yes, I believe that Sondra's grandfather may have been a victim of the practice. Awhile back I read a story on your site that said Oregon does this. I live in Wisconsin and they also suspend WDL for improper reporting to a police officer claiming a bigfoot sighting. It is a class A misdemeanor and a fine can be levied up to to $1,000 I am quite sure of this.

I work for State Farm and have had to cancel policies because of the suspension. We would not cancel for reporting a bigfoot per say. It seems to me this is what is at play in your state. A person who falsifies a police report can't be covered with our company. A check of our computer data shows AK, AZ, NE, OR, GA, WV, NC, DE,  MN,  NM are using this charge. In Oregon it's called Filing A False Police Report. There are also notations for WA and UT for making false reports but are class B infractions.

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Thank you. This is very informative.
Linda Newton-Perry



3 comments:

Marcy said...

Thank you for posting this. It's a "straight from the horse's mouth' valuable warning. Everyone reading, see if your state is on that list of insurance company's targets!

And while I'm posting, Mrs. Perry, thank you for putting all those lovely photographs on line for us to see. They have a healing power.

ex dmv said...

Told you so! I tried to warn people of the states secrets but somebody from some group said it's not so. It's a very large price to bare. People should still report bigfoot to the police if they are in danger. Just do it by the name anonymous

Linda Newton-Perry said...

It was good of you to let us know about this practice. We appreciate your participation very much. For those who read this blog, you will have saved them much grief if they should see one of these grand creatures.