A YouTube channel called "A Reasonable Person" has lots of videos shared of this man's multiple encounters with police in Twin Falls. The man states his goal is to keep police doing their job and not infringe on people's rights. WARNING: There is some language not suitable for all audiences.

Admittedly, some of them are kind of funny. There is one video where police were called for a suspicious person, he was being questioned while holding his cat and the cat goes a little berserk. I am just curious what kind of person goes around on their spare time looking for trouble like this.

The man also walks on the sidewalk of two police officers doing a breathalyzer and intoxication exam on a woman and he films it. The police ask him to leave or to stand back. I don't know why he won't listen.

There are tons of videos of this man encountering police officers for lots of different reasons and admittedly it always seems to be a problem.  I am just wondering why every time there is an encounter it has to be a challenge.  And it appears that the police and him are pretty much on a first name basis. They all seem to know him and he always asks the officers for their names.

This guy is just trying to cause a fight or a challenge. You can almost see the police rolling their eyes or sighing every time they see him. I will say that I respect police officers and everything they do for our community. I do believe they work hard to keep people safe and themselves safe so they can return home to their families.

Since we don't know what happens before or after these videos I am definitely trying to remain as neutral as possible but I will say, in a non-neutral tone that I think this guy is just out to be a jerk.

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