How to avoid being pulled over by law enforcement during a traffic stop

A driver has told Breitbart News she was pulled over at gunpoint during a stop on Interstate 20, as she drove in the vicinity of her home, despite being wearing a seatbelt.

The incident happened early Wednesday morning when a driver pulled into the lot of a local grocery store on I-20 near Easton, Pennsylvania, after a driver failed to signal her way and hit another vehicle.

A man and woman in the vehicle exited the vehicle and were approached by two uniformed officers who were waiting for the driver to yield the right of way, according to the driver.

The two officers asked the driver if she was a U.S. citizen and then asked her to show identification.

The driver refused, telling the officers, “I am a U, U. S. citizen.”

The officers then asked the man and the woman if they had any identification.

The driver did not have any.

The officers then pulled the woman out of the vehicle, searched her, and confiscated her driver’s license.

She was then handcuffed and placed in the back of a squad car.

She was released after the officers told her she would not be ticketed for driving without a license, according a police report obtained by Breitbart News.

“We were pulled over for a driver that didn’t have a license,” the woman told Breitbart.

“I was told that she was being held in custody because she was carrying a gun, which is illegal.”

The woman was not ticketed by the officers.

She said the officers asked her if she had a gun.

“The officer asked me if I had a firearm.

I said I did, I was licensed to carry, but the officer said I was not allowed to carry a gun because I had to be wearing a safety belt,” the driver said.

The officer told the woman to put the firearm away, but she refused, and the officer allegedly threatened to arrest her.

The woman said she later learned the officer had been trained to question someone in a suspicious condition before questioning them about their identification.

“They took the gun away from me and then came back and took the badge, then they went back and asked me to go into the police station,” the victim said.

“They were just trying to scare me.

I just didn’t know what to do.

I was really scared, I couldn’t believe what was happening.”

The officer reportedly told the driver, “You know, I’m not going to do this to you.

You are a U., U. s. citizen, and I’m going to get you out of here.”

The driver told the officer she was going to call the police.

The officer told her to call 911.

The woman then called the 911 operator and spoke to the dispatcher about her encounter with the officers.

“I called 911 and I said, ‘I am in the car with my kids and I was shot by a cop,’ and he said, you can call 911 right now, because you don’t have anything,” the passenger said.

She continued, “The cop took me to the station.

He took me back to the car and then he took my license.”

After the officer told them she had no license, she called the dispatcher again, and again the officer responded, “you need to call us back.”

The victim called the police again.

The caller told the dispatcher she did not need to be transported to the police department.

The victim said she was then taken to the backseat of the police car, where the officer asked her for her name, and she refused to provide it.

The police officer then said, “Your name is not going on the record.

We’re going to have to call you to the precinct and have you go to the department.”

The passenger said the officer then took her wallet out of her pocket, placed it on the dashboard, and pulled her arm behind her back, telling her she was no longer allowed to talk to anyone.

The passenger said she had to put her wallet in her pocket because the officer was looking for her wallet.

“He pulled me back and told me, ‘Look, if you’re not going anywhere, you’re going in the ditch,’ and then I was handcuffed,” the witness said.

“The officer put me in the trunk of the car, and he took the bag of cash that he had and put it in the glove compartment of the trunk and put his hand over the hood of the SUV, and then took my ID, too,” the vehicle driver added.

“Then he took all my stuff out of my car, too, and just put it back into the trunk.”

She said she then called 911.

“And I said the same thing.

I’m a U,” the girl said.

“‘I’m in the ambulance.’

I was like, ‘Are you okay?

Is this really happening?’

And they just said, we’re going into a building to arrest you.

And I was just like, alright, and didn’t say anything.”

The girl told Breitbart she