If you’re wondering what the heck is State Sancho and why he got pulled over in Texas, all your questions will be answered shortly.
A pursuit-rated Chevrolet Tahoe that’s been more or less masquerading as a kind of law enforcement emblazoned with “State Sancho” side and rear finally tasted the wrong side of the law as he was pulled over earlier yesterday (June 5, 2019) ironically by another Texas police officer in a similar SUV (a Pursuit rated Explorer.)
Check out the hilarious set of photos circulating Facebook below.
According to a comment from someone in the know shortly after I posted up this blog post, State Sancho lives in Richmond, TX but works out of Sealy so you might spot him on I-10 or TX-36.
Sealy, if you didn’t already know, is home to Hennessey Performance, so I wonder if John Hennessey’s seen this State Sancho fellow driving around.
According to Urban Dictionary Sancho is,
“The other man” in Spanish slang… you know.. that guy your girlfriend is cheating on you with…hey, I know this… this is my last name!
In other words, the Sancho is the hypothetical person your significant other is supposedly cheating on.
In the same vein, Sancha is the lady your man is cheating on you with.
Anyhow, this man’s on Instagram and has the complete story of why he got pulled over.
You ready? It was for tint. Not my words. Check out his post below.
While some have pointed out that people impersonating police in unmarked cars can cause trouble for others as of late, as I understand the law, “State Sancho” is doing nothing wrong here.
As per Findlaw.com in Texas, they only commit an offense if that person impersonating a police officer has “to induce another to submit to his pretended official authority or to rely on his pretended official acts.”
If “State Sancho” hasn’t been reported for actually pulling over people in his Tahoe, no harm no foul.
The funny thing is, according to one Texas motorist, she’s seen people move out of the way like he was a Texas state trooper. Too funny.
What do you think about this Texas hoon? Let me know your .02 in the comments below.