Wisconsin Woman Calls Cops On Man Entering His Own Car, Then Flees the Scene

A Wisconsin woman became highly suspicious of a man who struggled to get into his vehicle and after gaining access was rummaging through the vehicle for something. Except it turns out the vehicle belonged to Corvontae Davis who’d locked his car and proceeded to put money in a parking meter. After realizing he left the money in his car, Davis returned to his car but the passenger door didn’t open, he went around to the driver’s side, opened the car and grabbed some change. As this played out, a white woman was busy taking pictures of him, yelling at him and calling 911.

woman calls copsDavis posted a brief 20-second clip capturing the woman and stated, “I was getting ready to put money in a meter or whatever, and she has nothing else better to do and asked me if I was breaking into my car. She said she was going to call the cops, so I’m going to wait for them to prove that this is my vehicle.” Davis provided more details to Newsweek, “I hit unlock, but it wouldn’t open, so I went around to the other side and opened the door after hitting unlock. And by that time, I hear this lady shouting, screaming, ‘Dude, why are you breaking into that car? Whose car is that? Does it belong to you?'”

When the cops arrived on the scene, the unidentified woman’s deep concern for an alleged robbery in progress dissipated, she left just as they arrived. Davis said the encounter with the Milwaukee police chief was brief. After learning Davis was a corrections officer and completing the verification process, an apology was given and Davis was sent on his way.

The real apology, however, needs to come from the woman who called 911. Davis hopes she’ll step forward to offer an apology for wasting the police department’s time and “stereotyping, racial profiling.” But mostly be accountable because Davis feared that things could have escalated if he didn’t handle himself “professionally with the cops.” He added to Newsweek, “Maybe she thought the vehicle didn’t belong to me, but that’s why you ask questions. You don’t jump to conclusions.”



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