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Portland official who wants to defund police calls cops on Lyft driver
A Portland, Oregon, city commissioner who wants to cut millions of dollars from the city’s police bureau placed her own call to 911 last weekend after her Lyft driver cut her ride short.
Jo Ann Hardesty, who oversees Portland’s emergency dispatch system, called the police on a Lyft driver on the evening of Nov. 1 after he tried to drop her off at a Chevron gas station instead of her intended destination because of a disagreement about the windows, according to police documents reviewed by The Oregonian.
Richmond Frost, a Lyft driver of four years, told the publication that Ms. Hardesty demanded he roll up the windows because she was cold. He said he rolled them up to only a crack and informed her that Lyft policy now requires windows to be open for ventilation during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
“I did say, ‘It’s for my safety and your safety.’ But that was like pouring gas on her fire,” he said. “She demanded that I close that window right now. She was kind of ballistic at that point.”
Mr. Frost said he ultimately decided to cancel the trip and tried to let Ms. Hardesty out of the car at an open gas station, but she refused.
“She was not a pleasant person,” he said. “That has nothing to do with her political position as a Portland council person. I’m out here doing my job. She was very disrespectful to me, made me uncomfortable. I don’t feel like I have to sit in a car for anyone to have to argue unrelentingly and be rude and abusive, telling me what I have to do in my own vehicle.”
Ms. Hardesty then called the police from the back seat of Mr. Frost’s car, according to audio obtained by The Oregonian, telling dispatchers, “Well, I’ve got a Lyft driver that decided he would just drop me off at a filling station. Well, I’m not getting out of the car, in the dark, at a filling station, not happening — all because I asked him to put the window up. I’m not leaving.”
The dispatcher informed the commissioner several times that no crime had been committed and that her complaint was a civil matter, The Oregonian reported.
“I am not going to allow him to leave me at the side of the road,” Ms. Hardesty responded.
Mr. Frost then placed his own call to the police before a patrol car arrived. Police said the incident was ultimately resolved and both parties went their separate ways after Ms. Hardesty ordered another Lyft.
In a complaint to Lyft obtained by The Oregonian, Ms. Hardesty wrote, “It is totally inappropriate to expect a woman to get out of a vehicle in the dead of night because any angry person demands it. This is a safety issue for your customer. Your driver was in no danger.”
A member of a Lyft Safety Team identified as Garry reportedly responded, “As a reminder, drivers are free to end a ride for any reason as long as the drop-off is in a safe location.”
A Portland, Oregon, city commissioner who wants to cut millions of dollars from the city’s police bureau placed her own call to 911 last weekend after her Lyft driver cut her ride short.www.washingtontimes.com
If there was an annual "Karen Award", I would vote for Ms. Hardesty because nothing says "Karen" more than someone pushing for the defunding of police to then call the police expecting them to report to a scene where no crime has taken place . . . merely because she is either too ignorant to know that ventilation of air can help reduce the concentration of airborne contaminants or she is another one who thinks that she should be exempt from any protocols put in place due to COVID.
Rules for thee and not for me.