My wife works late on Thursday nights til 9 pm and after she got off work she was dropping something off at our nephews house who lives in a culdesack in a townhouse with about 20 others that look identical. My wife had only been there once and had not gone in so when she went there she mistakenly went to the wrong unit next door. She asked the gentleman if this was "Kyles" home and he responded he had moved out long ago. Knowing our nephew had not moved my wife figured she went to the wrong unit, when she realized it was the one on the other side of the driveway she just left her car in his driveway walked next door dropped the machine off and left. She then went to a local gas station to grab something and when she got out of her car a police car pulled up and an officer approached her. He then asked if she had been on such and such street to which she responded yes, the officer then asked for identification so he knew who he was dealing with. Now my wife is all of 5 feet tall manages a financial office and is hardly someone who looks like a criminal. He checked her papers and she was free to go.
She came home and explained to me what happened and I unlike her was outraged. What had my wife done to deserve to be questioned? Is going to the wrong door suspicious activity now? She posted on her Fakebook what had happened and within 5 minutes 2 different people responded that they had heard the call go out on the scanner and they said she was involved in "very suspicious" activity. Are you freaking kidding me??? I called the police chief first thing this morning and will be having words with him when and if he returns my call, if not he will get a personal visit to explain what the hell my wife did that was so suspicious. I refuse to be held hostage in this police state any longer. These guys have to be reminded who the hell they work for. Will post a follow up after my return call or visit whichever comes first.