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Restrepo last won the day on September 15 2018

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About Restrepo

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  • Birthday 01/01/2000

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  1. Can't believe its gone, I've had some ups and downs on this server but overall it has brought great joy over the past couple of years and I've made some great friends along the way. Farewell MTA.
  2. Yeah that's what I thought as well being forcefully able to move someone but I just want it mostly for the animation. I don't think it would be an issue as long only PD have access to it and making sure it is roleplayed before moving someone. I'd like to have vehicle mods in the near future not now but I guess that is a personal preference. The skins are actually a really good suggestions I'll add that on the list, also if you're able to customize them with hats/gloves/etc.
  3. Script Suggestion What would be the name of the script(s)?- SD improvements. What kind of script(s) are you suggesting?- Faction What is the suggestion?- - Vehicle mods (simple ones nothing over the top, preferably with low downloads for the near future) - Siren mods (simple ones nothing over the top, preferably with low downloads for the near future) - Speed LIDAR to work properly (I think @Daniels is already working on that) - MDC to show if someone has a license including (driving, gun licenses, etc) - MDC to show if someone has active warr
  4. "Your Honor, The prosecution seems to be mistaken engaging in a "high" speed pursuit if we can even call it that as evidence proves otherwise with a civilian ride-along is no way against the law. There has been several civilians who have been on ride-along's with Officers in the past and none have been charged. Like the prosecution stated Officers are expected to exercise common sense and due diligence which I believe has already been proven on my behalf. Furthermore, concerning the vehicle I was told by my superior Captain Eileen Woodvine that the vehicle was authori
  5. "Your Honor, The defense would like to move to closing arguments as well." (( @Urshankov @Zebulon ))
  6. "Mister Spade, For example if someone decided to fire a weapon at myself and I had no other choice but to fire back then that would be one example. I do not believe that putting the civilian in the HSIU put them in harms way. There has been other accounts where ride along's have been in pursuits and gone double or triple the speed limit so I do not see why I'm hand picked to be prosecuted just because I was driving an HSIU, furthermore the HSIU was driven in a normal manner and was no different then any other pursuit the LSPD has ever had. (( @Urshankov @Zebulon ))
  7. ((I clearly said from the beginning that I was not excessively going over the speed limit and it was moderate speeds which the logs have proved. So we are just going to ignore the physical evidence and just assume that I was going at "High Speeds" when the only physical evidence points to me going 10 over the set speed limit which is moderate like I said in my first statement. I'm done arguing with you, use your common sense next time.))
  8. ((Why would we generalize it as "high speeds" if there is an accurate reading of the speed at the current time of the pursuit. Using "high speeds" makes it seem like I was tripling the speed limit when in reality I was going only 10 over the speed limit so generalizing it as "high speeds" is absurd.))
  9. "Mister Spade, No offense but I don't understand your analogy and don't see how it makes any sense to the context of this situation. But to answer your question, I was not going put the ride along in harms way unless my duty absolutely called upon me to do so. I personally don't think putting the ride along in the HSIU had more chances of putting them in harms way. Them being in any police vehicle in general puts them in harms way equally, as the dashcam was reviewed we can see that the HSIU never heavily sped either only going tops of around 63MPH, which may I remind everyone that
  10. "Mr. Spade, In the ride-along forum there is a section where they have to sign, one of the sections states "You also recognize the dangers of participating in a ride along with the Los Santos Police Department and the risks to personal safety, and that the Los Santos Police Department cannot be held accountable for any injuries or damage to personal property". Also, no I do not believe this exonerates an Officer from being negligent, nothing does." (( @Urshankov @Zebulon ))
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