''HOLD ON, DOESN'T SEEM GOOD TO GO YET.''
Role Play Number: 70.
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RP Scenario: Being an police officer is no easy. Neither is any other job to be fair, but this is what Central Intelligence Agency's TaJ who had heard this long before enrolling to the force, just realised. Starting today with a routine patrol earlier in the morning, TaJ was back to Las Venturas Police Department building behind his desk working with a lot of papers and a computer just when an acquaintance had called to ask and meet him "in person" regarding a legal scandal he found himself in. The person was living at a rather far side of Las Venturas, towards the South and so Agent TaJ agreed to meet him and promised him to be by his house in another hour. With around 40 minutes to spare, Agent TaJ now planned to leave for his destination though it was a long time but any unexpected stops are always welcome in an officer's life. With this been said, as the agent went around a mile away from the parking lot, towards the first turn he met with an suspicious person. The person was driving a rather expensive sports vehicle sound of which was hugely loud and unpleasent, atleast to the agent. He then saw his watch which was indicating to a spare 35 minutes thus the agent decided to pull the person over and investigate the matter. As the agent turned on sirens and signed him to pull over, he took a turn and immediately pulled to the side of the road just as he got out of the vehicle and surrendered with his hands held high in air. The agent got out of his vehicle and looking at a nervous suspect, asked him to relax and initated a talk with the person. "I'm sorry to ask sir but is everything alright?" asked him in a rumbly voice to which TaJ replied "yes, it is. May I please ask you for a little cooperation and hence your licensing and vehicle documents, please?". The person handed over the documents right from the car's dashboard which the agent then went to run a check of, at his vehicle's database monitor. With the check turning out all positive, the agent returned the papers and asked to check the front faced trunk "just to make sure everything is alright". The suspect opened the boot and with the check again being all positive, the agent was about to let him go but just then he noticed tinted headlights of the vehicle which was again an offense and so the suspect got ready to pay the fine and getting them removed as soon as possible. With the $55 paid right away, the agent then allowed him to leave and with a little shake the two were en route to their destinations. The watch now indicated a spare 25 minutes which was good enough to reach the destination.
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