One more for you Captain Perry. The next time I see a gang of 50-100+ ATVs barreling down Queens or Northern Blvd thru every red light, on sidewalks, and cutting 40 mph thru busy parking lots & gas stations, the "surest way" to stop them is to report it if I see one of them storing his bike somewhere??? WHAT WERE YOU THINKING WHEN YOU SUGGESTED THAT? And, you owe the public more explanation. What happens then? You're gonna break down garages to execute search warrants when you get these tips? Stake outs? EXPLAIN what happens when a member of the public reports an ATV being stored! Mind you, a member of the same public that barely reports someone being beaten to death on the street or their neighbor's house on fire. Pathetic! Resign if you don't wanna work NYPD!

So the ATVs are difficult to stop, and chasing them may provoke them to endanger the public even more than they already do, on a daily basis, several times a day. So basically, NYPD has now set the precedent of surrendering the streets to any dangerous reckless maniac who may become even more dangerous if chased. Hear that all you young children out there? If you want to break the law and get away with it, just be difficult to stop. Be sure to ride an ATV for your getaway, and do wheelies and ride on the sidewalks if you can. And never put a license plate on your filthy dangerous street-illegal vehicle. And if the police DO try to stop you, just ride your ATV thru a park where toddlers play. If the police get closer, AIM for the toddlers. The police will refrain from chasing you because they won't want to provoke you into riding your ATV thru a church or hospital to get away. NYPD has surrendered the streets under Mayor De Blasio and Commissioner O'neill. We are basically on the way to being Honduras. Arm & protect yourself. The police are no longer willing to do it.

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