A suburban-Chicago woman is suing a local police officer she claims issued her a $132 speeding ticket he used to track her down and ask her for a date – saying the least he could do for costing her the money was to buy her dinner.
Evangelina Paredes accuses Stickney cop Chris Collins of violating her privacy by searching motor-vehicle records for her address, then leaving a handwritten note on her car windshield outside her apartment two days after she was ticketed.
‘I know this may seem crazy and you’re probably right, but truth is I have not stopped thinking about you since,’ it continues. ‘I don’t expect a girl as attractive as you to… even go for a guy like me, but I’m taking a shot anyways.’
The note goes on to say he would understand if Ms Paredes did not get in touch.
‘But hey,’ it continues apologetically, ‘I did cost you $132 – least I can do is buy you dinner.’
Collins, 27, told The Associated Press by phone today that he hadn’t yet hired an attorney and couldn’t comment.Stickney cop who gave you that ticket.’(
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