Rochester, NY Police officer Caught Speeding on Expressway, Out of Jurisdiction, On Way to Drop off Woman

By Davy V.

The fact that I have been banned from my Facebook page, ‘Rochester, NY Police Department Exposed’, doesn’t mean I will stop exposing the RPD!

In fact I’m more determined than ever to continue to expose the misconduct, corruption, and questionable behavior, within the RPD.

And apparently, so are my fans!

A motorist driving on 590 North, who follows my blog, was in the right place at the right time Wednesday morning when she saw a Rochester, NY Police officer coming up behind her at a high rate of speed.

The woman was able to snap a few photos of RPD cruiser 5743, including when the officer recklessly changed lanes without using any turn signals.

“The officer flew past me so fast, I couldn’t even tell if it was a male or female officer, I could just tell that something wasn’t right, I mean it’s Brighton, and for this officer to be speeding like that, then change lanes like that, for what ?” said the motorist.

One photo shows the officer changing lanes, in front of a motorist who was already in that lane.

When the woman saw that the Rochester Police officer was getting off at the Winton Rd. exit, she decided to follow to see where the officer was heading.

“I knew that this officer was out of their jurisdiction and I just knew something wasn’t right, I wanted to see why this officer would feel the need to drive like that”, she said.

The woman then saw the Rochester Police officer head down S. Winton Rd. to Westfall Rd., where the officer turned left and headed down approximately one mile, before turning right onto S. Clinton Ave.

It was then that the woman got her answer.

She saw the RPD cruiser which had parked on front of a professional building located at 2180 S. Clinton Ave.

The woman then saw a female get out of the front passenger side, smile at the officer, then enter the building.

The Rochester, NY Police officer then turned out of the parking lot, and drove down S. Clinton Ave. heading back towards Rochester.

And there you have it, another obvious example of Rochester, NY Police officers misusing taxpayer resources, traveling outside their jurisdiction, in this case, to give a woman a ride.


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Davy V.

Davy V. is a Cuban-American Filmmaker, Video Producer, Photographer and Freelance Writer, best known for using the power of video and film to expose Police Brutality, Corruption and Misconduct. The son of the late Mario Vara, a community activist who for years fought against Police Brutality and Misconduct in Rochester, New York, Davy V. got his start in Television and Video by tagging along and working camera for his father's cable access television show, "La Voz Del Pueblo" (The Voice of The People). Davy V. later went on to produce and host "KEEP IT ON THE REEL", a cable access TV show with a mix of Hip Hop as well as issues affecting African-Americans and Latinos in Rochester, NY, such as Police Brutality and Misconduct. Some guests on the show included Treach, KayGee and Vinnie of Naughty by Nature, Method Man, Funkdoobiest, Da Youngstas, and the Rottin' Razkals. Davy V. won the U.S. ACM Video Festival Award for his Documentary, "R.P.D. EXPOSED!" about the Rochester, New York Police Department and their long history of misconduct, corruption and unnecessary killings of unarmed innocent citizens. "R.P.D. EXPOSED!" and Davy V.'s follow up, "R.P.D.: Badges of DISHONOR, CORRUPTION and MURDER!" were both screened at the National Hip Hop Political Convention at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey. Davy V.'s work has been featured in publications such as THE SOURCE Hip Hop Magazine, URBAN AMERICA Magazine, The Ave. Magazine, Insider Magazine, La Voz Newspaper, Minority Reporter Newspaper, CNY LATINO Newspaper, DOWN Magazine, as well as on television news stations, and programs such as CNN and Inside Edition. In addition to his freelance writing, Davy V. also writes a monthly Op/Ed Column for LA VOZ Magazine and Minority Reporter Newspaper. In June 2012, Davy V. joined Cop Block as a regular contributor.