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Is it true that police cannot remove someone from your vehicle without crime being commited?

Discussion in 'Toronto' started by aarondavid1010, Aug 9, 2018.

  1. aarondavid1010

    aarondavid1010 Active Member

    Location:
    canada
    In which case why call the cops? Must remove ourselves?
     
  2. Over/Uber

    Over/Uber Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Vancouver, OR
    Your vehicle is your private space. If you no longer want the pax in your car and they refuse to leave, they are trespassing and have committed a crime. Hence, the police start with asking the pax to exit and progress from there as needed.
     
  3. Seamus

    Seamus Active Member

    Location:
    NYC Suburbs
    Driving:
    UberX
    I have no idea of the laws in Canada. Around NY the police don't like to get involved with what they consider "minor" issues. HOWEVER, if you dared to physically remove one from your car you MIGHT be charged with assault as crazy as that sounds. I am 6'4'' 260 lbs and had 1 guy (in a thousand rides) who was almost a foot and 150 LBS less than me who refused to get out of my car. Never get physical (even if you could pummel him). Took my keys and got out of the car. Eventually he got bored and left.
     
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  4. aarondavid1010

    aarondavid1010 Active Member

    Location:
    canada
    so were you waiting on the cops? were you just gonna wait him out and let him take your day? as a big new yorker no less?
     
  5. Seamus

    Seamus Active Member

    Location:
    NYC Suburbs
    Driving:
    UberX
    Yup, waiting him out. Whatever I missed in Uber calls is a lot less than the cost of hiring a lawyer after i dragged his scrawny ass out and threw him to the curb. And yes, the police came and only tried to talk him out. Then the police officer told me he had to leave. He said call back later if he won't get out of your car. One important detail, he left after i told him i was going to drive to the county psych ward and tell them he was threatening to commit suicide. In NY that is called a "Baker Act" which is a mandatory 48 hour psych hold and evaluation. LOL
     
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  6. aarondavid1010

    aarondavid1010 Active Member

    Location:
    canada
    you said the police officer said he had to leave . Yet they didnt make him
     
  7. Terri Lee

    Terri Lee Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Texas

    Yes, the OFFICER had to leave.
     
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  8. aarondavid1010

    aarondavid1010 Active Member

    Location:
    canada
    so here's the real. Thats not good advice and extremely cowardly. Dragging someone out of your car isnt assault and no court would go through on that.If he's wants to try hitting at you thats assault on him or you can " pummel " him no prob right big guy. But you sit around like a chump.
    a hospital wont admit on stranger hearsay he only left cos you were actually going to drive an hour away and he cant afford to come back. An hour with a messed up ny stranger. wow
     
  9. flyntflossy10

    flyntflossy10 Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Omaha
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    UberX
    I think the sooner you realize you belong to a country that most of this forum does not, the better. Google. Go to a Canada forum. That is what theyre there for.
     
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  10. Seamus

    Seamus Active Member

    Location:
    NYC Suburbs
    Driving:
    UberX
    Not cowardly at all. Your brain is less costly than your muscle. I'm doing this to MAKE money not COST money.
     
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  11. flyntflossy10

    flyntflossy10 Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Omaha
    Driving:
    UberX
    I love how he attacks and make an assumption about another drivers choices when he doesn't have a ****ing clue what to do either. obviously
     
  12. aarondavid1010

    aarondavid1010 Active Member

    Location:
    canada
    i was talking about law. I know exactly what i'd do

    you have all the power as a driver. You just dont know how to administer it. you cant get it trouble for taking someone out of you car. You think the cops would care . think they'd come back and arrest you.? haha Your taking care of the situation if he does something he's in it further. So sad man
     
  13. flyntflossy10

    flyntflossy10 Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Omaha
    Driving:
    UberX
    please share for the rest of us then. what would you do if someone refused to leave your vehicle.
     
  14. aarondavid1010

    aarondavid1010 Active Member

    Location:
    canada
    if they cops left i would take him out . You think im not going home that night? I wouldnt even have to call the cops i'm not a pus. But if it got awkward and did you better believe i'd make them take him out or i'd take him out infront of them. Uber drivers are pretty dull and cowardly sad to be amongst.
     
  15. Seamus

    Seamus Active Member

    Location:
    NYC Suburbs
    Driving:
    UberX
    Don't forget you posted this in the "advice" forum and thats what you got, take it or leave it! It sounds like you know exactly what you want to do so why ask for advice? Either way I don't give a flying F... what you do. You want to drag them out go for it. You mean nothing to me and what I would do. I couldn't care less if you think I'm a coward!!! Uber on!
     
  16. flyntflossy10

    flyntflossy10 Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Omaha
    Driving:
    UberX
    I think youre not as wise as you think you are.
     
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  17. 10000 rides

    10000 rides Member

    Location:
    washington dc


    For the record, this scenario recently happened to me and the cops took forever to arrive and did NOTHING to the pax...then...the cops threatened me for "speaking to them" the way I was speaking, which was pissed!!! I just got back in my car and drove away. Called the shift commander, complained. He said he'd review the bodycam footage. Still waiting for his return call...from 3 weeks ago!
     
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  18. flyntflossy10

    flyntflossy10 Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Omaha
    Driving:
    UberX
    hardcore

    look up "Canadian Uber driver tries to play rough, but ends up getting Mounted" part 3
     
  19. Rushmanyyz

    Rushmanyyz Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Melbourne
    No way that I believe this account of what happened is accurate. If you calmly explain to a police officer that you need to go elsewhere and they are not welcome, it is clear trespassing. Tell the cop you want a police report and, if they refuse, ask for their supervisor.

    Remember though, I don't believe it happened this way at all though.
     
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  20. kc ub'ing!

    kc ub'ing! Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Reno, NV
    Anyone who feels the need to proclaim this; is indeed a pus.

    People, do not go hands on aggressively with anyone unless responding in kind. An obstinate paxhole refusing to leave your ride is not reason enough to get physical. You will be asking for an assault charge. Let the cops handle it.
     

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