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Drug Offenses:

  • Take a sip, if a suspect has a relatively small quantity of drugs for personal use.
    • Take another sip if they attempt to throw the drugs into obscurity, or hide them.
    • Take another sip each time they say something like "That's not mine".
    • Take another sip if they also have drug paraphernalia.
  • Take a drink if the suspect is carrying a load of drugs for trafficking.
    • Take another drink if bundles of cash are found with that.
  • Take two drinks if the suspect is noticeably high on drugs or alcohol.
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  • Take a drink if the suspect makes up a ludicrous story about how the drugs got on them or in their vehicle.

Poor Conduct:

  • Take a drink if the suspect resists the police officer in any way, such as fleeing on foot, in a car, or fighting the cop(s).
    • Take a sip if after failure to flee, they resist arrest.
  • Take a sip for each swear word, but not if you're already nearing full intoxication, unless you have a paramedic waiting in the room with you.
  • Take a drink if the suspect needs to be restrained for violence inside the police cruiser.
  • Take a drink if the episode is about a domestic dispute.
  • Take a drink if the suspect is nude in public.

Theft:

  • Take a drink if the suspect is driving a stolen vehicle.
    • Take a sip if the suspect claims that someone let them drive it.

Weapons:

  • Take a drink if the suspect has a firearm(s).
    • Take another drink if the weapon is not legal for any citizen to possess under normal circumstances.
    • Take a sip if the arms are stolen.
    • Take a sip if it is a felony possession of a firearm.
    • Take a sip in they say that the guns aren't theirs.
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Under Arrest:

  • Take a sip each time the cop tells the suspect to get on the ground, or put their hands up.
  • Take a drink if a relatively minor offense gets senselessly escalated into an arrest.
  • Take a drink if the suspect is acquitted but bungle their way into an arrest. (Example: a cop asks the freed person if they have anything illegal, and the person strangely tells the cop that they may search, revealing illegal drugs.)

Miscellaneous:

  • Take a drink if the police are dispatched to a poor Caucasian family.
  • Take a drink if the police are dispatched to a convenience or liquor store.


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