Last week I wrote about some questionable ticketing decisions by MPD (and frankly there are a couple of other stories I could share along those lines) but in the spirit of fairness here's a case where MPD making better choices.
Carol Calhoun reports that after the crash seen in the video below (crash is at 10:50:59 camera time, or 3:07 on the video):
She reported it to MPD, with the videos, and she thinks they're going to cite the driver.
It's not quite as satisfying as "the police showed up, and after interviewing people, DEFINITELY cited the driver, which was Lou Dobbs, who then soiled himself" but you take what you can get some times. Still, we shouldn't all have to have cameras on our bikes to get justice.
It's, of course, highly likely that I only hear the stories of bad interactions (because people are angry) but not the ones about good interactions. Does anyone have any "MPD done me right" stories to share?