Two Los Angeles police officers fired for boycotting a robbery to play Pokemon Go
Two Los Angeles police officers have been fired for ignoring a robbery attempt to capture a character in the Pokémon Go game.
Luis Lozano and Eric Mitchell They were asked to respond to an ongoing robbery with “several suspects” in Macy’s, southwest Los Angeles. But they did not answer the radio calls.
The inquest heard that Lozano and Mitchell listened to the call but chose it Ignore her in favor of chasing the nearby Snorlock, a Pokemon character.
The video system in the couple’s car revealed it The pair were able to catch Mitchell Snorlox before heading to the spot where the Dodge Pokemon were spotted.. Upon arrival, both Lozano and Mitchell were able to capture Dojetik.
The incident took place in April 2017. But the Court of Appeal released the details on Friday. Sub The case was declared for the first time. Lozano and Mitchell were fired after the trial, but they appealed. The court confirmed his dismissal.
Lozano and Mitchell’s car scenes filmed the couple arguing over Pokemon Go, An augmented reality mobile game where users travel to different places.
According to court documents, minutes after authorities were asked to respond to Messi’s robbery, Officer Mitchell Lozano warned, ’46 and Snorlock ‘has just arrived’ in Lemert.
Court Report: “After Mitchell apparently caught Snorlock and shouted ‘got it’, the petitioners agreed to ‘go and get dojetik’ and walk out.”
When his car came to a stop again, the digital video system in the vehicle, Mitchell said: “She is OK. Do not run away ” Lozano described how Before announcing “got it”, he “buried it and gave it an ultra-ball”.
The court document reads, “Mitchell is still trying to catch him.”: ‘Damn, man. This thing takes the wrath out of me. Eventually Mitchell shouted “Holy shit.”
Video system Mitchell also recorded: “The boys will be very jealous. “
Officials argued that the record should not be used in their disciplinary proceedings, and said the protection of the law on the practical rights of public security officers had been denied. The court did not agree.
Bulbapedia.net, a community-based Pokemon encyclopedia, describes Snorlax “Huge, two-legged, dark green-blue Pokமொmon with a cream-colored face, belly and feet.”
Dojetik, says Bulbapedia, which a The little flying Pokemon “can feel the good in others”.