– So one of our trainees
just did a traffic stop here around the corner. It’s on a motorcycle. We’re gonna swing by over there. Assist them, and find
out what they got. – What is this? It’s a Harley? – Yeah, Harley, custom. Yep. I got promoted at work, so
I had to buy me a new toy. – Where you work? – I’m a landfill operator,
heavy equipment operator. I drive bulldozer, scrapers,
excavators, big money. Yeah. I’m doing real good. – That’s good, man. Good to hear. – Happy wife, happy life. – Are you on
probation or parole? – No.
– OK. – Straight. – I’m a Cowboy fan, baby. Woo!
– All right. – How about them Cowboys? – Wait here. We’ll be right back. – We did a traffic
stop for the music. When he drove by us earlier– – He got airbags on his bike. He’s in a good mood. That’s actually pretty cool. – Woo! How many bikes can do that, huh? – Man, look at this. – It is. – So just be careful
driving, man. This is Salinas.
– Yeah. But I mean– I’m enjoying the sunshine,
man, the Cali sunshine. I’m not even 5 foot tall. Check it out. You’ll never seen a
guy smaller than me drive a boss bike like this. You’ll never see it. Cause look at it.
Look at it. I’m already on my tippy
toes already as it is. Look. Put it on the ground, bam. Put the front down,
I’m ready to go. – All right. – As long as I keep the
music down, I guess, I’ll be all right, and avoid– avoid– avoid the
good fellas in blue. – There you go, buddy.
– All right, guys. – All right, have a good night.
– Have a good one. – All right.
Drive safe. – All right.
I will. – He ended up getting a
ticket for a CBC violation, but he’s in a good mood. He says he he’s happy
the Cowboys won. It’s always good to see a good
ending to a contact like that.