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JRocket1775

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Hello all. I thought it important to share this story:

While out and about I found myself in a town with many malls, a town we see frequent posts from, which is a Bergen county town known to have overzealous LE.

I was shopping and had the itch, so checked on BP and saw some independent numbers and decided to call and visit. This particular establishment has a bathroom you can use with a back entrance that doesn’t require you to pass the desk, although you must pass the desk to visit rooms. I arrive, hit the bathroom , text the number and receive the room.

As I walk to the hallway where the rooms are I can feel the eyes of the desk girl on me. Not caring one bit, I go to the room on floor 2, and walk in. Now the girl isn’t bad, but not sure I want to partake. Im picky and want what I want, you know. So we talk for a few about the menu, and I decide to walk. She was nice and didn’t care. As I walk down the hall a young male staff member comments on the football team jacket I’m wearing. We talk a few about what a struggle it is to like this team, and laugh. Back to floor 1. It’s been about, oh say 7 minutes. I am now walking back toward the desk, when LE walks in, I hook a left, go out the main door and walk around the corner to my car. He paid me absolutely no attention.

At this time, I sit and say, should I speed out of here, na. I’ve done nothing wrong and why make it look like I have. So I relax, start looking at some things in my phone, more prospects you may say. Then , I see the LE truck that was in front, come around the corner and block me in my parking space.

He gets out, approaches my window and knocks. I roll down and he says… mind you, no good morning, no hello sir, he says “what are you doing here”. I say I’m meeting a few friends for lunch next door and I’m early. He says, “why were you in the hotel”. I say I used the bathroom and just passing time until the lunch. He says “let me see your license”. I gladly provide it. In addition, I hand him not 1, not 2, not 3, not 4, but the 5 gold cards I have. For those not familiar these are not your typical ““PBA cards. These have names that have to be etched in by a jeweler. They are technically the property of the officer that gives them to you, they cannot be confiscated. The officer takes them, and looks at each one, and says who are these people. I say, they amount to, my brother, my brother in law, my uncle, and two close friends since the days of grammar school. 2 two captains, one swat team member, and one lieutenant in the highest ranking police department in the state of Nj. He laughs and says “is that all you have”, and I laugh in return.

He gives me back my license and cards, put his elbow on the door of my car and says “no worries dude, but they are calling us every time they see a guy they don’t recognize as staying there. As crazy as it is, we do respond. They suspect prostitution, which I’m sure some is and some isn’t. I say “that’s disgusting”!. He says, next time you need to use the bathroom , just go somewhere else. Slaps me on the shoulder and says take care. He pulls off a minute later.

Now, here I am sitting there, and I don’t want to be that guy that just pulls out, so I go in and have lunch by myself next door. It was kind of peaceful.

The crazy part is, someone just posted some thing about an issue in secaucus yesterday.

Now, a word for the desk worker. Get a life!

Be safe out there people.
 

Johnnylovesmassages

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dasm. hence why I don't go to those places. As for the desk worker, don't blame her. She was doing her job. She didn't recognize you as a guest nor were you with a guest. There are many hotels (that do not have these types of guests) that will not allow a non guest to go past the lobby without a guest. Once you get past the desk, you could rob 10 rooms and nobody would be the wiser. Not her fault.
 

Unfinished_sentenc

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Good story. Here's another. I once drove to central jersey to monger. I then went to the gym. After leaving the gym I had on really old gym clothes. It was a 40 minute drive home and halfway there I got hungry for a Panera Bread orange scone. I love those scones. Not too hard, not too soft, just the right blend of salty and sweet. If they could make panera bread orange scones for only 100 calories i swear id eat one per day. Anyways, I see one of those Panera bread signs on 287. I pulled off to the exit and go to the panera in a really prestigous area. My VP has a son who goes to the pingry school nearby. I walk into the panera and order that tasty scone. None of the soccer moms and upper class patrons say anything. I did notice New Jersey State Police pulling people over but I didnt say anything. So I pull out the panera driving with one hand and my other hand holding that delicious scone. I know I should have waited till I got home.

As I made my way down the winding wooded roads of the upper class area i saw the blinking lights behind me and pulled over. Cop asked what I was doing in the area. I told him just driving through and decided to get some panera. He checked my license and insurance and figuring out it was an unwarranted traffic stop he joked "hey no problem, but i could have gotten you for those tints buddy"

It was after this instance I got rid of my tinted windows and havent eaten an orange scone from panera again.


Be careful out there guys.
 

JRocket1775

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dasm. hence why I don't go to those places. As for the desk worker, don't blame her. She was doing her job. She didn't recognize you as a guest nor were you with a guest. There are many hotels (that do not have these types of guests) that will not allow a non guest to go past the lobby without a guest. Once you get past the desk, you could rob 10 rooms and nobody would be the wiser. Not her fault.
Yeah, I hear you on that. The only thing I’ll say is, as one shift worker you can’t possibly know everyone who is staying there. So to call on anyone you see, quite frankly, I think that’s ridiculous. Had I actually been a guest and the police approached me, I’d be pissed and let the manager know. If you want better security then implement real security policies, as you said, not allowing anyone to go into the hallways toward any room. But you’re right, probably just doing what she has told.
 

velvet_underground

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The desk worker seems like an ass. It'd be funny if she called the cops on a guest. How could she possibly know every face in the hotel?

Glad to hear that you didn't have any issues.
 

flushedskin

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Thanks for sharing. I never pick a place like a hotel isolated far away from other business. I usually park my car in a mall or small strip mall next to my target spot and then walk to there. I know it might look awkward but more safe imho.
 

RobRoy

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The best hotels are the ones that are busy with a lot of foot traffic by the front desk. Of course, at 2 in the afternoon I don't know how many hotels are going to be that busy. But, it certainly prevents some jerkoff at the front desk calling the police because they don't recognize "you". Also, you can't be sitting in your car in a hotel parking lot looking at your phone or walking about the hotel aimlessly. First, it is a dead giveaway. Secondly, many towns have "loitering" ordinances which permits LE to conduct an "investigative stop" if you are just hanging around with no discernible purpose.

As for the cops stopping you for tinted windows, they better be sure and have a tint or photometer with them. Otherwise, it is an illegal stop.


 

Swagger

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Good story. Here's another. I once drove to central jersey to monger. I then went to the gym. After leaving the gym I had on really old gym clothes. It was a 40 minute drive home and halfway there I got hungry for a Panera Bread orange scone. I love those scones. Not too hard, not too soft, just the right blend of salty and sweet. If they could make panera bread orange scones for only 100 calories i swear id eat one per day. Anyways, I see one of those Panera bread signs on 287. I pulled off to the exit and go to the panera in a really prestigous area. My VP has a son who goes to the pingry school nearby. I walk into the panera and order that tasty scone. None of the soccer moms and upper class patrons say anything. I did notice New Jersey State Police pulling people over but I didnt say anything. So I pull out the panera driving with one hand and my other hand holding that delicious scone. I know I should have waited till I got home.

As I made my way down the winding wooded roads of the upper class area i saw the blinking lights behind me and pulled over. Cop asked what I was doing in the area. I told him just driving through and decided to get some panera. He checked my license and insurance and figuring out it was an unwarranted traffic stop he joked "hey no problem, but i could have gotten you for those tints buddy"

It was after this instance I got rid of my tinted windows and havent eaten an orange scone from panera again.


Be careful out there guys.
See you dumb fuck! Two days later, this post comes out of a very similar LE experience I had in Secaucus, but you were nothing but doubtful of what I was trying to tell you. Maybe now you’ll believe me and stop being a clown realizing there are people trying to help the community here. Next time don’t debate what I was telling you. Funny thing is this was a Bergen County hotel my question is which hotel? It couldn’t have been the 40 Wood Ave. location could have?!!?
 

Swagger

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The desk worker seems like an ass. It'd be funny if she called the cops on a guest. How could she possibly know every face in the hotel?

Glad to hear that you didn't have any issues.
You too! You and your friend “unfinished sentence” want to doubt my story I posted earlier in the week and this post comes out two days later!! Believe me now? Take my advice and lay low from Bergen County hotels or continue being dumb and see where it lands you.
 

Swagger

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Good story. Here's another. I once drove to central jersey to monger. I then went to the gym. After leaving the gym I had on really old gym clothes. It was a 40 minute drive home and halfway there I got hungry for a Panera Bread orange scone. I love those scones. Not too hard, not too soft, just the right blend of salty and sweet. If they could make panera bread orange scones for only 100 calories i swear id eat one per day. Anyways, I see one of those Panera bread signs on 287. I pulled off to the exit and go to the panera in a really prestigous area. My VP has a son who goes to the pingry school nearby. I walk into the panera and order that tasty scone. None of the soccer moms and upper class patrons say anything. I did notice New Jersey State Police pulling people over but I didnt say anything. So I pull out the panera driving with one hand and my other hand holding that delicious scone. I know I should have waited till I got home.

As I made my way down the winding wooded roads of the upper class area i saw the blinking lights behind me and pulled over. Cop asked what I was doing in the area. I told him just driving through and decided to get some panera. He checked my license and insurance and figuring out it was an unwarranted traffic stop he joked "hey no problem, but i could have gotten you for those tints buddy"

It was after this instance I got rid of my tinted windows and havent eaten an orange scone from panera again.


Be careful out there guys.
Thanks for the Intel! I had a similar experience a couple days ago in Secaucus. You can check out my post about it but many people were doubting me. Glad you can verify my story by a similar experience a couple days later.
we are going to hear crickets from all the haters now
 

velvet_underground

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You too! You and your friend “unfinished sentence” want to doubt my story I posted earlier in the week and this post comes out two days later!! Believe me now? Take my advice and lay low from Bergen County hotels or continue being dumb and see where it lands you.
Difference is the OP in this thread doesn't appear to have an axe to grind and his story seems plausible. Anyway...

Let's not clutter the OP's thread.
 

Swagger

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Difference is the OP in this thread doesn't appear to have an axe to grind and his story seems plausible. Anyway...

Let's not clutter the OP's thread.
Yes, I understand but I definitely gives my story some credibility! I have no reason to make shit up. I was never interested to post anything but I felt given the circumstance of what I saw happen the other day, I should post it to warn everyone so that’s exactly what I did.
 

velvet_underground

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Yes, I understand but I definitely gives my story some credibility! I have no reason to make shit up. I was never interested to post anything but I felt given the circumstance of what I saw happen the other day, I should post it to warn everyone so that’s exactly what I did.
If you want to do the community a favor and post an LE alert, then post an alert. It's always more than appreciated. The second you drag an agency, indy or what have you into the mix, it makes you look like you have an ulterior motive. If an agency or a lady did you wrong or was 'sloppy', as you put it, that's what the review section is for.
 

Unfinished_sentenc

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Yes, true! But close enough. That hotel is borderline Bergen County
It’s amazing you have posted 100s of times on this site but refuse to create reviews. Remember guys in swagga’s own words “No reviews means I just dont give a fuck to post reviews and I'd rather reap the beenefits by reading the reviews not writing them". That enough should warrant the inability for you to use the site for 2 months
 

Unfinished_sentenc

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In the human body we have cells like you swagger. Called cancer. Put the laptop down and come out of your mother’s basement. It’s Friday night and you have chores to do.

Also why didn’t you come visit me after your in person threats last night. Me and the clerk at the hotel you lied about wanted to talk to you. We are hurt
 

Swagger

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It’s amazing you have posted 100s of times on this site but refuse to create reviews. Remember guys in swagga’s own words “No reviews means I just dont give a fuck to post reviews and I'd rather reap the beenefits by reading the reviews not writing them". That enough should warrant the inability for you to use the site for 2 months
OK well good thing you don’t make the rules of the website and I can use the site with never posting a review. I actually have nothing bad to say about Bianca or her girls. I think for what you pay and what you get it’s great. But you have to be pretty stupid if you think this is a well organized. Doesn’t get any more sloppy as far as mongers walking in/out of hotel rooms all day long. Believe me, it’s only a matter of time before she gets shut down. I hope I’m wrong for all of our sake, including mine. But if she doesn’t get a private apartment or a better location. This hotel situation won’t last way she operates it.
 
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