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Permitting an unauthorized driver to drive NRs 483.590 Nevada . I brought my friend with me to work he was supposed to wait for me to take him to his friends house on my break or get a ride so I left him in my car, but took my keys. I do believe I saw the same police officer in thuer unmarked vehicle near the same parking lot facing my car. I knew recognized it because the week before he ( officer boggan)came while I was working in the same or very similar vehicle to ask me to help him with to arrest my friend for possession of a controlled substance by asking him to buy drugs and then telling them when he had it and said that if I didn't I would would be charged for being an accessory, which I'm also afraid of if I'm found to be guilty I refused. I can't confirm that because I do not have access to the police report since I am NOT listed as a victimthat was about 6:05 p.m. the citation says that the time of issuance and the time of occurrence was at about 7:29 p.m.which is impossible because yes I can prove I was working from 6:05 p.m. to 615 am coworkers can testify that I had not even taken a break between the time of 6:05pm and 0729pm
Hell stay quiet won't say anything
Of course not, I'm screwed then I guess. Never thought I'd live to see the day is be labeled as a criminal. I'm an all or nothing type of girl, if I lose my cna license for this I'll might as well walk myself do my makeup go to the jail and get my mugshot taken:(at least I'd be the prettiest in reno/Carson. What else would be a positive about this oh yeah would be a good bedtime story for my daughter....A bad thing happens to good people story, and our family is cursed for traffic and vehicles story...never fails it just never fails...
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