I'm sure you've heard of the woman who was trapped in her SUV for eight days. By the time police found her, alive remarkably, she was dehydrated, injured and her kidney's had given out. Her doctor says she is still not out of danger and is, as of this writing, in critical condition.
When her husband told the press that he had difficulty in getting the police to begin a search for her when she failed to return home from work, one officer is quoted as saying "It's not that we didn't take him seriously," Deputy Rodney C. Chinnick said. "We don't take every missing person report on adults ... If we did, we'd be doing nothing but going after missing person reports."
Well, I guess in a way that does make sense. Heck, if they took every report on crime, they'd be doing nothing but going after criminals. Heck, if they took every report on dead people, they'd be doing nothing but trying to find the cause of those deaths.
Yeah how silly of the husband of this woman to expect that deputy to protect and serve.