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Man Shouts Profanity at Police, Lands in Jail for Second Time in Less Than 24 Hours

The man had been arrested the previous day for possession of marijuana.

Cesar Saucedo-Ramirez was arrested twice in less than 24 hours. Credit: BCSO
Cesar Saucedo-Ramirez was arrested twice in less than 24 hours. Credit: BCSO
A Winder man who had just been released from jail for a Jan. 11 arrest quickly found himself back behind bars after allegedly expressing his opinion about law enforcement in a loud and profane way.

A Winder police officer was in the parking lot of the Winder Police Department at approximately 7 p.m. on Jan. 12 when he noticed a vehicle pass his location.

"I noticed the vehicle because as it drove by I heard a male's voice yell, 'F*** the police!'," the officer wrote in the report. 

The officer caught up with the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. There were two females and one male -- later identified as Cesar Saucedo-Ramirez -- in the vehicle.

"I asked the male identified as Mr. Cesar Saucedo-Ramirez if he had anything he wanted to say to me," the officer wrote. "Cesar stated he did not, he was just singing a song."

When asked what he yelled out the window, Saucedo-Ramirez admitted to shouting the profane statement but said he didn't mean it because he wants to be a police officer. Saucedo-Ramirez also admitted he had just bonded out of jail earlier that day after being arrested for marijuana.

Due to the fact Saucedo-Ramirez had shouted the profanity loudly enough for two officers to hear him as the vehicle passed by, the officer placed him under arrest for disorderly conduct and transported him to the Barrow County Jail.

Saucedo-Ramirez had been booked into the jail less than 24 hours prior after drugs were found in his vehicle during a traffic stop. A Winder Police officer had stopped Saucedo-Ramirez on South Broad Street at 7:54 p.m. on Jan. 11 after noticing one of the brake lights on Saucedo-Ramirez's Honda Accord was inoperative.

According to the arrest report, Saucedo-Ramirez was shaking and avoiding eye contact with the officer during the stop. After noticing an odor of marijuana, the officer searched Saucedo-Ramirez's vehicle and found a cigar blunt containing what appeared to be marijuana, a scale, an iPhone box and snuff container which held a green, leafy substance which appeared to be marijuana, a small plastic bag with more suspected marijuana and several clear bags marked "1 1/2" on the bags.

Saucedo-Ramirez was placed under arrest on charges of possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, possession of drug related objects and littering for tossing a cigarette out of his vehicle during the traffic stop.

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Odin Allfather January 16, 2014 at 03:32 PM
Wow the poor little cops got disrespected, eventually folks are gonna get tired of police abuse and retaliate, then what ya gonna do fat boys.
James McNamara January 24, 2014 at 10:11 AM
Gee, whatever will the nuclear propulsion laboratory do without his services? Oh, well, I guess Odin will just have to fill in for him.

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