Randy J. Weaver, who wears a “New York State Police” badge found in the ditch, drunk, on his snowmobile. He didn’t have his magical costume on at that accident scene but it’s clear that the claimed double-standard-generating effects lingered enough as he was suspended only temporarily*, when those not wearing a badge have been caged for the same actions.
The person who put this story on our radar added:
this is not all
he is a corrupt trooper
and needs to be exposed
this “trooper” has harassed my family and I continuously. He has illegally searched my home, after I told him again and again he was not searching my home without a warrant, and made me sign something after I told him no and no again. this something ” was to wave the warrant so they could just do it now instead of when it got there” and I was sick to my stomach with them here because I could feel my rights being ripped out from under me. so we signed…but it turns out there was no warrant. they also failed to read my husband his Miranda rights…. and refused his request for a lawyer to be present.. and of course we have NO hard evidence to fight the case….and also the NDAA(I think) was put into effect in the months this all happened… this insanity needs to be stopped… from small town upstate New York….
New York State Patrol Troop B
- Indian Lake (where Randy J. Weaver works from)
- 6192 Route 28, Box 233, Indian Lake, NY 12842
Off-duty trooper charged with snowmobiling under influence
January 3, 2013 by the Enterprise staff
INDIAN LAKE – An off-duty state trooper was arrested earlier this week for allegedly driving his snowmobile under the influence of alcohol.
Indian Lake-based state police charged Randy J. Weaver, 31, with operating a snowmobile under the influence of alcohol on Tuesday night. Police said he was arrested following an investigation into a possible snowmobile accident on state Route 30 in the town of Indian Lake.
In a press release issued Wednesday afternoon, police said Weaver, who works out of the Indian Lake barracks, was stuck in a snow-filled ditch near the highway when troopers arrived at the scene around 10 p.m. Tuesday. Following an interview, troopers determined that Weaver “appeared intoxicated,” according to the release.
“He was administered Standardized Field Sobriety tests and subsequently arrested for Operating a Snowmobile Under the Influence of Alcohol, a violation of Section 25.24 of the NY Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Laws,” the release said.
Weaver is scheduled to appear in Indian Lake town court at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. He has been suspended without pay pending further investigation.
-Adirondack daily enterprise
* Note of the temporary suspension was provided by the content submitter, it happened after the publication of the piece above.