The two children were counting out of state license plates in a parking lot at an air force base-someone saw them and called 911-911 called police -police pulled over the grandmother, mother, and two children and instead of asking for registration and insurance id they pulled out the adults at gunpoint and handcuffed them while the children screamed thinking there mother and grandmother would be shot-complete paranoia- insanity at the highest levels!!! In the soviet union if someone told police that you were up to no good you would get pulled into the police station without question-even at gun point!!!
This still happens in China!!!
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio (CBS CLEVELAND) – A spring break vacation turned into a nightmare for a Columbus family visiting the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force when four police officers in three cruisers drew guns and forced a grandmother and a mother to the ground as two young children screamed in fear from what authorities thought was a “stolen” vehicle.
Alice Hill, 65, her daughter-in-law Wendy Hill, 31, and Hill’s two children, Aaron, 8, and Brooke, 5, were pulling out of the museum parking lot after Aaron and Alice had counted the number of out-of-state cars on the way to their family minivan, WKRC-TV reports.
Unbeknownst to the family, an onlooker had called 911 and reported that the family was burglarizing vehicles in the parking lot.
On their way out of the lot, police pulled the vehicle over as one officer stood behind his door and drew his gun on Alice Hill, who was driving.
“I’m looking in my side view mirror and I see him step out of his vehicle,” Hill described to WKRC. “(He’s) behind his door with his gun drawn pointing it at me. I’m looking at my 8-year-old grandson, his eyes are full of tears and he says, ‘This is the worst day of my life.’”
Hill said she and her daughter-in-law were taken from the car at gunpoint, ordered to their knees, handcuffed, and detained in the back of a police cruiser, Dayton Daily News reports. Meanwhile, the two children screamed in fear in the backseat.
“My grandchildren are screaming,” Alice Hill recalled. “I mean they are hysterical, they saw the gun.”
“My 5-year-old daughter is asking, ‘Is grandma going to get shot?’” Wendy Hill told WKRC.