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I know you can call 911 for suspected impaired driving, but do "one-time" dangerous maneuvers as such constitute an emergency?
I lack faith in the non-emergency line as a few years ago, i called it to report a group of crackheads cooking up crack in the visitors parking lot of my complex, and the police officer showed up 4 hours later (he was apologetic) - at 3am, telling me there was nobody there.
depends on their resources and severity of the crime. I called 911 because a suzuki vitara had strobes on highway 2. I had his plate and told them his direction but they just said thank you and never called me back afterwards.
There can be different outcomes with traffic complaints.. There are always three sides to a story.. 1. your side of the story 2. his side 3. the truth. The video clearly shows the driver run the stop sign. That is about the only offence that is revealed. The video clearly shows him signalling when he changed lanes into yours, with adequate room. Because you made a report, there will be a file created regarding what you said, and the vehicles involved. If a VT is served, the officer will have to determine who the driver was. If that cannot be done, the VT can be issue to the RO. It is goo you have video though. It helps a lot, and is self explanatory.