MY POLICE PAPER - What I Have Learned About two months ago...

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What I Have Learned About two months ago I was hanging out with some freinds in an on campus appartment. During this time of simply hanging out and watching TV, one of my freinds asked me if I wanted to go throw fireworks off the balcony. We did and we were seen by a Camden Mirimar residential area official. We received our refferals and ten hours of community service. After serving ten hours scrubbing, cleaning, and sweating I was recomended to have a conversation with a University Police officer. I spoke with Officer Ortiz from the University Police Department. He was very knowlegable with the rules of the university and with the regulations Camden Miramars housing consists of. Officer Ortiz explained to me the definition of a weapon. He described it as a device to injure, destroy, or make a scene. From a simple household object to a knife, gun, large explosive, to a simple firework, there is an enormous range that can be considered as a weapon. The consiquences dealing with the use or simply
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course BIO 1407 taught by Professor Grise during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi.

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