Technology, tradition, and justice collided in late April, providing an answer to the age-old question: Can horse cops pull people over?
My ass would just speed up to 30 and yuh. Sorry officer I didn’t see you. Maybe your horse needs lights and a siren.— kxxxchoke soundcloud (@xxxchoke) May 1, 2018
Lol you could easily merge onto the lodge and be GONE.— Dylan (@TheRealDylanDon) May 1, 2018
But Nah... you already know WSU police roll deep. All my mans had to do was whistle.
You know you’ve been Wayne Stated when you’ve been pulled over by a cop on horse 🤷🏽♀️🐎 pic.twitter.com/ZZNHQOsjmm— sam (@Sammi_Farrah12) April 28, 2018
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