'What happened?' is the first question that comes to mind when you see this officer arresting a firefighter on duty. It happened in Chula Vista, California, a police officer and firefighter got into an argument over where the fire truck should be parked. The argument ended with the firefighter in handcuffs.The police officer reportedly ordered the veteran firefighter, Jacob Gregoir to move the fire truck out of the center of traffic or he would be arrested. Gregoir has been a firefighter for 12 years and was working the scene of the overturned car and helping victims, Gregoir reportedly told the officer that he would have to check with his captain.

The police officer then decided to pull him away from the scene and arrest Gregoir in his fire suit and all. Then put him in the back of the police vehicle at that time.

It was all captured by KFMB-TV in Califorina.

There's always two sides to a story, before I can make any kind of remark. I have to look at all the facts. The police officer still hasn't made a statement, but it looks really bad for the police officer as of right now.

After all, the police officer did pull the firefighter off the scene of an accident while helping victims.

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