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03-04-06, 03:20 PM #1
polygamy and the cops in AZ
I think i was watching primetime and they had a special on polygamy. They showed this small town in colorado city and the cops would haul the woman who didnt listen to thier husbands to to mental institutions. They said that the had a state police official come into clean up the town.I guess polygamy runs rampid and the police dont do anything. The only mormans we see around here are when they knock on your door. Any AZ cops/citizens here have any imput into what is going on in your state.Is this normal, should I move to Az???
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03-04-06, 03:41 PM #2
I've never heard of this??
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03-04-06, 03:55 PM #3
03-04-06, 06:03 PM #4MountainCop GuestOriginally Posted by BEK320
And I've heard about this group. They're a fundamentalist offshoot of the LDS Church and still believe in and practice polygamy.
Correction: Two of their police officers were decertified in 2005:
03-04-06, 07:42 PM #5
OOOOOOOOOO AZ Sorry My bad, shoulda changed it
03-04-06, 11:07 PM #6MountainCop GuestOriginally Posted by BEK320
And they're in the process of losing their judge, too.
Interesting in that the police department has multi-state jurisdiction and certification as a matter of course...
03-05-06, 08:10 AM #7
[QUOTE=MountainCop]Not a problem AZ has Colorado City, we have Boulder
And they're in the process of losing their judge, too.
Interesting in that the police department has multi-state jurisdiction and certification as a matter of course...[/QUOTE]
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03-05-06, 09:36 AM #8Originally Posted by BEK320
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03-05-06, 01:56 PM #9
This is what I found about its multi-state jurisdiction;
The Colorado City police force also serves the adjacent polygamous community of Hildale, Utah. None of the police department's officers, however, is certified to act as a peace officer in Utah.
03-05-06, 03:32 PM #10Cheech Guest
Doesnt the police chief like drive some white yukon and kicks the people out?
03-05-06, 04:05 PM #11WhateverVerified LEO
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04-15-06, 05:42 PM #12
Stereo? Those idiots have several wives. Try bitching in THX surround sound.
That would be fun for about a week."We sleep safely in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm."
NOTE: NJ Supreme Court no longer allows effective policing in the "Garden State". The above statement may not apply.
04-15-06, 06:25 PM #13
The other part of this is that they kick out all the younger men becuase the numbers don't work. If every older guy has a bunch of wives then the young men are going to compete.Don't hit at all if it is honorably possible to avoid hitting; but never hit soft. -
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04-15-06, 10:39 PM #14
There used to be a town down there called Johnson City that was also a hive of polygamy a few decades ago. I don't know if the problem still exists there or not. I think in the early 50's there was a raid on it by Arizona police. The raid ended up not changing anything. There are some real nutcases down there.When I used to be somebody (I'm center top)
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