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    gamepro552 got a reaction from Linus42 in A.I. Police Officers Randomly Shooting Civilians   
    Hey guys, I have noticed a glitch or bug or something happening in LSPDFR, when the AI come to pickup a suspect, or show up on scene, they will sometimes just start shooting the closest civilian. It is really game breaking to me and completely destroys any scenes that I may have. They also really like to start shooting the tow truck driver or the coroners. Any ideas?
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    gamepro552 got a reaction from Kalleboston in A.I. Police Officers Randomly Shooting Civilians   
    Hey guys, I have noticed a glitch or bug or something happening in LSPDFR, when the AI come to pickup a suspect, or show up on scene, they will sometimes just start shooting the closest civilian. It is really game breaking to me and completely destroys any scenes that I may have. They also really like to start shooting the tow truck driver or the coroners. Any ideas?
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    gamepro552 reacted to ThisIsntMyName in Potentially saved a life for real yesterday.   
    yea outside my house one night last month they pulled a body out of a car and gave her Narcan. That's some crazy stuff dude, thanks for being a good citizen and doing the right thing! It always warms my heart to hear about people helping others and this is a great but sad story.
     
    Definitely shouldn't have "potentially saved a life", should be "saved a life". If it wasn't for you, this person would have been dead. It depends how long they were out there since the longer your lifeless (ODed), the less oxygen gets to your brain and can cause permanent brain damage. Sounds like the guy probably survived so if you hadn't stopped, this guy could have sat there dying for who knows how long. Again, thank you so much for stopping. Everyone deserves the chance to live even if they made a bad choice in life. 
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    gamepro552 got a reaction from ThisIsntMyName in Potentially saved a life for real yesterday.   
    So, I'm a truck driver with an expediting company in Dayton, OH. I was getting off the highway headed for a delivery in downtown Dayton and saw a body laying off to the side of the exit ramp, I about had a heart attack, quickly stopped on the side of the ramp and got out. I dialed 911 as I ran up to the body, it was a guy in his mid early 20's face down in the cold snow. There was some blood on the snow above his head, his legs were sorta crossed, and he looked stiff. I thought for sure this dude was dead. 911 answered and asked me if he was breathing, I tried to check for a pulse and didn't feel anything, skin was cold to the touch. Another truck driver in a AAA tow truck pulled off to the side to help me, some drivers just kept going by, not giving a damn. The tow truck driver got out, pretty much blocking the entire exit ramp, not giving a fuck. He looked at the body and asked me if he was dead, I said I didn't know for sure. The 911 dispatcher told me to try and roll over the body, me and the other driver rolled him over, and blood was all over his face, coming from his nose and right eye, it didn't feel like he was breathing and I couldn't detect a pulse, he looked gray as a stone. He suddenly started twitching slightly, making shivering noises. I relayed that information to the 911 dispatcher and they told me to just stay there, emergency vehicles are on the way. The tow truck driver had some blankets that he covered the guy in as we waited...I started to hear sirens, and then an ambulance came from the wrong way side up the exit ramp, pretty much at the same time a Dayton police officer arrived. The medics quickly got to the guy, lifted him up onto a stretcher and went into the back of the ambulance. The cop that showed up got a statement from me and told me that I had to wait because if he was dead/dies, it turns into an investigation.  The police officer told me to wait in my truck until more information is found out. I waited for about 5 mins and I saw the cop get out of the back of the ambulance, he came up to my window and said that the guy was jacked up on heroin and had enough in his system to kill him, but the cold may have saved his life. I waited for a few more minutes and then the ambulance sped away, a police officer then gave me the thumbs up and I was clear to leave. The whole thing took about 25 minutes. 
     
    This was a pretty crazy experience, first time I have dialed 911 and I'm 20.  I can't find anything about it on the news, and I have no idea if the guy is alive or not, but I feel good about what I did. I just keep thinking how many people drove by him and didn't stop. The police figured that he was dumped out of a vehicle, left to die on the side of the road, pretty shitty.
     
     
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    gamepro552 got a reaction from TheDivineHustle in Potentially saved a life for real yesterday.   
    So, I'm a truck driver with an expediting company in Dayton, OH. I was getting off the highway headed for a delivery in downtown Dayton and saw a body laying off to the side of the exit ramp, I about had a heart attack, quickly stopped on the side of the ramp and got out. I dialed 911 as I ran up to the body, it was a guy in his mid early 20's face down in the cold snow. There was some blood on the snow above his head, his legs were sorta crossed, and he looked stiff. I thought for sure this dude was dead. 911 answered and asked me if he was breathing, I tried to check for a pulse and didn't feel anything, skin was cold to the touch. Another truck driver in a AAA tow truck pulled off to the side to help me, some drivers just kept going by, not giving a damn. The tow truck driver got out, pretty much blocking the entire exit ramp, not giving a fuck. He looked at the body and asked me if he was dead, I said I didn't know for sure. The 911 dispatcher told me to try and roll over the body, me and the other driver rolled him over, and blood was all over his face, coming from his nose and right eye, it didn't feel like he was breathing and I couldn't detect a pulse, he looked gray as a stone. He suddenly started twitching slightly, making shivering noises. I relayed that information to the 911 dispatcher and they told me to just stay there, emergency vehicles are on the way. The tow truck driver had some blankets that he covered the guy in as we waited...I started to hear sirens, and then an ambulance came from the wrong way side up the exit ramp, pretty much at the same time a Dayton police officer arrived. The medics quickly got to the guy, lifted him up onto a stretcher and went into the back of the ambulance. The cop that showed up got a statement from me and told me that I had to wait because if he was dead/dies, it turns into an investigation.  The police officer told me to wait in my truck until more information is found out. I waited for about 5 mins and I saw the cop get out of the back of the ambulance, he came up to my window and said that the guy was jacked up on heroin and had enough in his system to kill him, but the cold may have saved his life. I waited for a few more minutes and then the ambulance sped away, a police officer then gave me the thumbs up and I was clear to leave. The whole thing took about 25 minutes. 
     
    This was a pretty crazy experience, first time I have dialed 911 and I'm 20.  I can't find anything about it on the news, and I have no idea if the guy is alive or not, but I feel good about what I did. I just keep thinking how many people drove by him and didn't stop. The police figured that he was dumped out of a vehicle, left to die on the side of the road, pretty shitty.
     
     
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    gamepro552 got a reaction from Cyan in Potentially saved a life for real yesterday.   
    So, I'm a truck driver with an expediting company in Dayton, OH. I was getting off the highway headed for a delivery in downtown Dayton and saw a body laying off to the side of the exit ramp, I about had a heart attack, quickly stopped on the side of the ramp and got out. I dialed 911 as I ran up to the body, it was a guy in his mid early 20's face down in the cold snow. There was some blood on the snow above his head, his legs were sorta crossed, and he looked stiff. I thought for sure this dude was dead. 911 answered and asked me if he was breathing, I tried to check for a pulse and didn't feel anything, skin was cold to the touch. Another truck driver in a AAA tow truck pulled off to the side to help me, some drivers just kept going by, not giving a damn. The tow truck driver got out, pretty much blocking the entire exit ramp, not giving a fuck. He looked at the body and asked me if he was dead, I said I didn't know for sure. The 911 dispatcher told me to try and roll over the body, me and the other driver rolled him over, and blood was all over his face, coming from his nose and right eye, it didn't feel like he was breathing and I couldn't detect a pulse, he looked gray as a stone. He suddenly started twitching slightly, making shivering noises. I relayed that information to the 911 dispatcher and they told me to just stay there, emergency vehicles are on the way. The tow truck driver had some blankets that he covered the guy in as we waited...I started to hear sirens, and then an ambulance came from the wrong way side up the exit ramp, pretty much at the same time a Dayton police officer arrived. The medics quickly got to the guy, lifted him up onto a stretcher and went into the back of the ambulance. The cop that showed up got a statement from me and told me that I had to wait because if he was dead/dies, it turns into an investigation.  The police officer told me to wait in my truck until more information is found out. I waited for about 5 mins and I saw the cop get out of the back of the ambulance, he came up to my window and said that the guy was jacked up on heroin and had enough in his system to kill him, but the cold may have saved his life. I waited for a few more minutes and then the ambulance sped away, a police officer then gave me the thumbs up and I was clear to leave. The whole thing took about 25 minutes. 
     
    This was a pretty crazy experience, first time I have dialed 911 and I'm 20.  I can't find anything about it on the news, and I have no idea if the guy is alive or not, but I feel good about what I did. I just keep thinking how many people drove by him and didn't stop. The police figured that he was dumped out of a vehicle, left to die on the side of the road, pretty shitty.
     
     
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    gamepro552 got a reaction from Andrew111 in Potentially saved a life for real yesterday.   
    So, I'm a truck driver with an expediting company in Dayton, OH. I was getting off the highway headed for a delivery in downtown Dayton and saw a body laying off to the side of the exit ramp, I about had a heart attack, quickly stopped on the side of the ramp and got out. I dialed 911 as I ran up to the body, it was a guy in his mid early 20's face down in the cold snow. There was some blood on the snow above his head, his legs were sorta crossed, and he looked stiff. I thought for sure this dude was dead. 911 answered and asked me if he was breathing, I tried to check for a pulse and didn't feel anything, skin was cold to the touch. Another truck driver in a AAA tow truck pulled off to the side to help me, some drivers just kept going by, not giving a damn. The tow truck driver got out, pretty much blocking the entire exit ramp, not giving a fuck. He looked at the body and asked me if he was dead, I said I didn't know for sure. The 911 dispatcher told me to try and roll over the body, me and the other driver rolled him over, and blood was all over his face, coming from his nose and right eye, it didn't feel like he was breathing and I couldn't detect a pulse, he looked gray as a stone. He suddenly started twitching slightly, making shivering noises. I relayed that information to the 911 dispatcher and they told me to just stay there, emergency vehicles are on the way. The tow truck driver had some blankets that he covered the guy in as we waited...I started to hear sirens, and then an ambulance came from the wrong way side up the exit ramp, pretty much at the same time a Dayton police officer arrived. The medics quickly got to the guy, lifted him up onto a stretcher and went into the back of the ambulance. The cop that showed up got a statement from me and told me that I had to wait because if he was dead/dies, it turns into an investigation.  The police officer told me to wait in my truck until more information is found out. I waited for about 5 mins and I saw the cop get out of the back of the ambulance, he came up to my window and said that the guy was jacked up on heroin and had enough in his system to kill him, but the cold may have saved his life. I waited for a few more minutes and then the ambulance sped away, a police officer then gave me the thumbs up and I was clear to leave. The whole thing took about 25 minutes. 
     
    This was a pretty crazy experience, first time I have dialed 911 and I'm 20.  I can't find anything about it on the news, and I have no idea if the guy is alive or not, but I feel good about what I did. I just keep thinking how many people drove by him and didn't stop. The police figured that he was dumped out of a vehicle, left to die on the side of the road, pretty shitty.
     
     
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    gamepro552 got a reaction from steinberg4145 in Potentially saved a life for real yesterday.   
    So, I'm a truck driver with an expediting company in Dayton, OH. I was getting off the highway headed for a delivery in downtown Dayton and saw a body laying off to the side of the exit ramp, I about had a heart attack, quickly stopped on the side of the ramp and got out. I dialed 911 as I ran up to the body, it was a guy in his mid early 20's face down in the cold snow. There was some blood on the snow above his head, his legs were sorta crossed, and he looked stiff. I thought for sure this dude was dead. 911 answered and asked me if he was breathing, I tried to check for a pulse and didn't feel anything, skin was cold to the touch. Another truck driver in a AAA tow truck pulled off to the side to help me, some drivers just kept going by, not giving a damn. The tow truck driver got out, pretty much blocking the entire exit ramp, not giving a fuck. He looked at the body and asked me if he was dead, I said I didn't know for sure. The 911 dispatcher told me to try and roll over the body, me and the other driver rolled him over, and blood was all over his face, coming from his nose and right eye, it didn't feel like he was breathing and I couldn't detect a pulse, he looked gray as a stone. He suddenly started twitching slightly, making shivering noises. I relayed that information to the 911 dispatcher and they told me to just stay there, emergency vehicles are on the way. The tow truck driver had some blankets that he covered the guy in as we waited...I started to hear sirens, and then an ambulance came from the wrong way side up the exit ramp, pretty much at the same time a Dayton police officer arrived. The medics quickly got to the guy, lifted him up onto a stretcher and went into the back of the ambulance. The cop that showed up got a statement from me and told me that I had to wait because if he was dead/dies, it turns into an investigation.  The police officer told me to wait in my truck until more information is found out. I waited for about 5 mins and I saw the cop get out of the back of the ambulance, he came up to my window and said that the guy was jacked up on heroin and had enough in his system to kill him, but the cold may have saved his life. I waited for a few more minutes and then the ambulance sped away, a police officer then gave me the thumbs up and I was clear to leave. The whole thing took about 25 minutes. 
     
    This was a pretty crazy experience, first time I have dialed 911 and I'm 20.  I can't find anything about it on the news, and I have no idea if the guy is alive or not, but I feel good about what I did. I just keep thinking how many people drove by him and didn't stop. The police figured that he was dumped out of a vehicle, left to die on the side of the road, pretty shitty.
     
     
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    gamepro552 got a reaction from Original Light in Potentially saved a life for real yesterday.   
    So, I'm a truck driver with an expediting company in Dayton, OH. I was getting off the highway headed for a delivery in downtown Dayton and saw a body laying off to the side of the exit ramp, I about had a heart attack, quickly stopped on the side of the ramp and got out. I dialed 911 as I ran up to the body, it was a guy in his mid early 20's face down in the cold snow. There was some blood on the snow above his head, his legs were sorta crossed, and he looked stiff. I thought for sure this dude was dead. 911 answered and asked me if he was breathing, I tried to check for a pulse and didn't feel anything, skin was cold to the touch. Another truck driver in a AAA tow truck pulled off to the side to help me, some drivers just kept going by, not giving a damn. The tow truck driver got out, pretty much blocking the entire exit ramp, not giving a fuck. He looked at the body and asked me if he was dead, I said I didn't know for sure. The 911 dispatcher told me to try and roll over the body, me and the other driver rolled him over, and blood was all over his face, coming from his nose and right eye, it didn't feel like he was breathing and I couldn't detect a pulse, he looked gray as a stone. He suddenly started twitching slightly, making shivering noises. I relayed that information to the 911 dispatcher and they told me to just stay there, emergency vehicles are on the way. The tow truck driver had some blankets that he covered the guy in as we waited...I started to hear sirens, and then an ambulance came from the wrong way side up the exit ramp, pretty much at the same time a Dayton police officer arrived. The medics quickly got to the guy, lifted him up onto a stretcher and went into the back of the ambulance. The cop that showed up got a statement from me and told me that I had to wait because if he was dead/dies, it turns into an investigation.  The police officer told me to wait in my truck until more information is found out. I waited for about 5 mins and I saw the cop get out of the back of the ambulance, he came up to my window and said that the guy was jacked up on heroin and had enough in his system to kill him, but the cold may have saved his life. I waited for a few more minutes and then the ambulance sped away, a police officer then gave me the thumbs up and I was clear to leave. The whole thing took about 25 minutes. 
     
    This was a pretty crazy experience, first time I have dialed 911 and I'm 20.  I can't find anything about it on the news, and I have no idea if the guy is alive or not, but I feel good about what I did. I just keep thinking how many people drove by him and didn't stop. The police figured that he was dumped out of a vehicle, left to die on the side of the road, pretty shitty.
     
     
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    gamepro552 got a reaction from Reddington in GTA V Crashing With LSPDFR Installed   
    I restarted my computer, loaded up GTA V and everything seems to be working now, cars are doing fine. Thanks a bunch for your dedicated support. 
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    gamepro552 got a reaction from Ofc Liming in [WIP] Ohio Sheriff Skin for CVPI   
    I've always liked the color setup of Ohio's sheriff vehicles. I live here, and I work down the street from the Sheriff's Office, I see these go by all the time. I decided to start working on a skin for the CVPI by F5544. The original model is the CVPI LAPD Whelen lightbar (F5544) by PimDSLR. There is still some placement issues, I'm not that good at matching up stuff with the template, but I am getting better. I do plan on releasing this when I am happy with the way it looks. I will probably change up some of the text and logo's so they say Los Santos and stuff on them, so it looks like it belongs.
     

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    gamepro552 got a reaction from Abel Software in External Program for Ped Database Search   
    I've been thinking, it would be really awesome to be able to look up a name/vehicle plate from LSPDFR on a different device, such as another computer or a phone. I think it would be really cool. I just don't like doing it on the same PC because keybindings mess up, and the name vanishes quickly.
    Something else that would be equally useful, is to turn on lazy mode, and every time you get a suspects name, it will automatically search the database, or when you go to search the database, their name is already there and you just press enter.
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    gamepro552 got a reaction from Albo1125 in Peds stealing my police car?   
    Updated to the latest version of Traffic Policer, which I thought I was using, and it seems the problem has been fixed, been playing for an hour or so. 
     
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    gamepro552 got a reaction from TheCriminalViolin in [WIP] Bus Simulator V   
    I would really love something like this, please don't give up!
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    gamepro552 got a reaction from BeastyBill88 in A.I. cops driving broken?   
    Yep, that was causing the issue. I had Menyoo installed and it saves selections for some reason. Thanks for the help :)
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    gamepro552 got a reaction from mj2020 in GTA LSPDFR Roleplay Series   
    Hey guys, I don't know if you know about this awesome person named Jeff Favignano, but he has inspired me to make my own Youtube series playing GTA V Online with my friends. We have a custom game mode we set up, and we are going to be role playing as police, I'm sure you get the idea. I'm so hyped about the development of LSPDFR and plan on making a series playing that as well.
    Anyways, here is the trailer for my series:
    (Please note, I'm not an expert at making videos and hope to get better as time goes on, constructive criticism is welcomed.)
     
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    gamepro552 got a reaction from Andre Amorim in HD 7770 run GTA 5?   
    Check to make sure your RAM sticks are identical or at least the same speed. Sometimes, if they are different speeds, your motherboard will only use the fastest one. So maybe one of your 3GB sticks is a faster clock speed than your other one and your motherboard is only using that stick.
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    gamepro552 reacted to trewq34 in Vehicle Seat Location   
    It is indeed an issue with the model. You'd have to contact whoever made the model and ask them to lower their seat dummies - let me elaborate...
     
    In a car model, there are dummies (the little blue/green boxes). These dictate certain aspects of the car. For the seat positions it would be seat_dside_f, seat_dside_r, seat_pside_f and seat_pside_r. To put those into normal words, seat_dside_f, for example, is the location of the driver's seat - ie. where the player model goes (doesn't have to be on the front seat, but it'll look damn weird if it's not). Furthermore, seat_pdside_f would be the front passenger seat.
     
    Now, you asked if you could do it... you can't, unless you have access to the unlocked model, in which case, just select the dummies and move them accordingly.
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