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    Posted December 6, 2013 by
    Taos, New Mexico

    Cop Fired From Job Under Unreasonable Circumstances

    In the town of Taos, NM. On October 28, a New Mexico state trooper pulled over Oriana Farrell from Tennessee for speeding. When Farrell argued with the cop for a few minutes. He explained to her that her license had been expired. He put that to the side. She then evaded the trooper. Then the pursuit began. The state trooper pulled over Farrell for the second time, telling her to get out of her vehicle. Farrell's 14 year old son, then gets out of the passengers seat and runs around to the other end of the vehicle, the officer pulls out his tazer and threatened the kid. trying to pull Farrell out of her car to talk in privacy to keep the situation under control. They go to the back to talk, then Farrell returns to her vehicle. Her son then returns to rush the officer. Next, two officers arrive on the scene. Farrell gets back into her vehicle, fleeing once again. State trooper Elias Montoya then fires at the tires of the vehicle to stop her from avoiding the state troopers.
    State trooper Montoya was unaware of the more-than-few children in the backseat. After chasing her in a high speed pursuit, speeding 100 miles per hour through two school zones, and an oncoming lane. Then after she stopped, they arrested her. Finding her children in the back, along with drugs. Just today, New Mexico State Police officials came to the conclusion of firing Montoya. Now ending up with an innocent ex-trooper, and a mother who put her kids in danger.
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