Monroe County, NY Sheriff’s Deputies Give Tiger Woods a Free Pass, as he Drives by them while Talking on Cell Phone

By Davy V.

We’ve all heard of law enforcement officers giving celebrities preferential treatment.

Well, one such incident occurred this past Wednesday, during the last day of practice rounds for the 2013 PGA Championship, at Oak Hill Country Club, in Pittsford, NY, just outside Rochester.

Here’s what happened.

I arrived at Oak Hill around noon, and after walking the grounds, I noticed a crowd of people near the sea of silver Mercedes Benz SUV’s, which is the players parking lot. (Mercedes Benz is the official sponsor of the PGA).

I then noticed the crowd was watching Tiger Woods, who as you can see in the first video below, was talking on his cell phone, while putting on his sneakers.

Wood’s caddy can be seen helping put his equipment in the SUV.

Also seen in the video, are two Monroe County, NY Sheriff’s deputies providing security for Woods, looking right at him, as he is on his phone.

Woods then gets in the SUV, still on his cell phone, and drives away, right past the two Monroe County, NY Sheriff’s deputies who do nothing, even though it is against the law in New York State to drive while talking on a cell phone.Now I know there will be some who will immediately dismiss this as my being silly for even writing about this.

Well, say what you want, but it doesn’t change that Tiger Woods broke the law, and two Monroe County, NY Sheriff’s deputies failed to enforce the law.

Why?

Because it was Tiger Woods.

And if that’s still not enough, and you still think I’m still being petty, then try this:

Next time you’re driving in New York State, and are pulled over by a law enforcement officer for talking on your cell phone, tell them Tiger Woods did it.

When that doesn’t work, because it won’t, and the officer hands you the ticket, tell the judge Tiger Woods did it.

I’m sure the judge will understand.

 

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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.