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TODAY   |  May 07, 2013

Tween justice! 12-year old confronts bike cop

Jeremy Drew, 12, called out a Las Vegas police officer for parking his motorcycle on a convenience store’s sidewalk, and recorded the encounter.

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>>> and in nevada, middle schoolers trying to carry out a tween justice. 12-year-old jeremy drew caught a las vegas police officer leaving a convenience store with his motorcycle parked on the sidewalk, so the kid called out the cop and recorded the whole thing.

>> is there a reason for you to park on the sidewalk? is it like an emergency or anything? oh. . can i see your badge number.

>> why?

>> because i have the right to.

>> you do, huh?

>> yeah. you a junior lawyer?

>> no, i just want to see your badge number.

>> the officer then asked for jeremy's i.d. but he responded he had none because he's 12. the cop then drove off with his big gulp . it's 7:16. let's go back to you, matt. how to know how to feel about that one exactly, isn't it?

>> yeah. are ther a lot of winners in that one?

>> no, i don't think so. he'll make a good attorney one day though.