A friend of mine just told me that police cars were all around my neighborhood and so I went out to the street to check it out. A man was walking down my street talking on the phone. No blue lights visible.
He asked me if I had seen anything, I said no. He told me the neighborhood was surrounded by police and you couldn’t get in or out. As I was talking to him, I began being interrupted by what I thought was a loud street light. I looked up to the street light and said: “That is a really loud street light!” He said: “No, it’s not the street light.”
A couple of seconds later, I saw the drone moving away from us toward the west, with two green lights showing. We had been “droned!”
We were certainly “suspicious characters” in the eyes of law enforcement.
Maybe when there is trouble, staying in the house is the best idea.
If this drone had been armed with “take-down” technology (and had been in the need of utilizing such tech), both this dude and I would have been toast. I completely did not associate the strange sound with the fact that we were being monitored. Live and learn.
I also thought it was clever to position the drone behind the street light because I completely could not see it until it was moving away. Another lesson: Standing under the street light at night makes one quite visible.
Wow! I didn’t know that police uses drone to watch us; something new to me.
A drone!? In a regular domestic neighborhood… no way. I am way too paranoid for that much government that close to me. Scary.
Not sure it was government-related or private….but the drone was used rather efficiently!
The household involved is adjacent to one of the “snake holes” I film in “Watersnake Adventures.”
“”That is a really loud street light”” haha. Also, for some reason I never associated police using a drone to search for people, but it makes total sense. Hopefully everyone is safe and no serious injuries.
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Thanks for the “heads-up!”