This is an interesting traffic stop, where a 20-year-old guy was pulled out of the car by the police, ordered from his car, wearing handcuffs pointing a gun on his head… it sounds outrageous, But there is a good explanation.
Noah West There were no headlights when the police drove in Somerville, South Carolina at around 10:30 p.m., when the police spotted him and pulled him down.
The first part of the video seems troublesome… Why treat a minor offender like a strong criminal? The official even called it a “felon traffic site.”
This is what happened… There was a violent incident nearby. Someone shot and killed a house and the police were pursuing him. The police saw a person driving in the dark without lights, which was enough to arouse suspicion.
The officer was firm and polite because he asked the driver if he was carrying any weapons. The police explained the situation to the driver and the nearby mother, and asked her, “Did you speak well?” She said she was not, but seemed to understand.
Noah later said: “I am worried about my life. I remain calm and polite to the police.” The officer said that this was a case of someone “in the wrong place at the wrong time” and said to Noah: ” Sorry to scare you, this did happen.”
Noah said some words of wisdom… “When they are ready, I will tell this story to my children and brothers and sisters. They will see how calm I was and know what to do. And they will know Don’t act madly, because the police will act madly and won’t cause trouble.”