Okay, let me preface by saying I do not have a problem with the law, and have always payed LEOs respect and understanding of their job. However I was just pulled over for doing nothing wrong and feel as though the officer was bullying me. Heres what happened; My brother previously asked me to meet him at a local animal shelter to see the dog he was adopting. I started my drive out and as I am about 2 minutes away I get a text saying to never-mind. Being I am so close I proceed and assume he will be there still and I can ask him whats up. I get there, he is gone. I pull in and call him, he says that the adoption place was treating him badly and he was not adopting. Apparently he told the guy he felt like he was being jerked around, and that he would go to another shelter, the guy told him to do so and not come back and my brother told him to **** off and left. I was not there for this, I learned of it on the phone after I arrived at the shelter. I hung up with my brother after a 3 minute phone call and left the place. As soon as I reach the road and attempt to turn a cruiser heads me off. I am confused at this point and stop to see what he is doing, I figure he is going around. Mind you I did not believe there to be an issue at the shelter. The office gets out, I turn off the vehicle, turn on hazards and put my hands where they can be seen. He comes up with a hard nose attitude and asks for license and reg, I collect them. He asks where I am going, I tell him I am going home and that I was supposed to meet my brother here but he already left. He ask if it is a silver Mustang, I say yes. He asks if he is at the gas station, I say I think, he is headed back to Marlboro. He demands I call my brother and get him back here or he is going to call neighboring towns and have him pulled over and locked up. I do so because the cop is acting like an ass and honestly at this point don't want to push his buttons. At this point I am bothered and tell the officer with a purposefully calm tone That I respect the law, respect his job, but don't understand this or why I am stopped, I haven't done anything wrong. He tells me with a continued attitude that he is doing his job, let him do that and if I had become an officer I would understand that. That he stopped me, asked me to call my brother and that now I am questioning him. That if I continued like this he would consider it (I forget what he called it, but basically non-compliance) and "lock me" up too. Cop runs my plates and comes back good, asks if I am wearing contacts and I hear over the radio that my plates have been scanned 18 times since august (WTF?! I haven't broken a single law in the last year) Another officer shows up and acts more civil. They tell me that the shelter called because of my brother, and also reported that there was a blue Mustang out front. I was there for maybe 4 minutes. The call was literally 3:17 and I never sat idle before or after the call. I tell them what I was doing, what I know and that I never spoke to anyone, don't know what happened and never even spoke to anyone. 1st officer tells me to call brother again and make sure he is on his way (it has only been 5 minutes). I call again as he pulls up. They have some discussion and after sitting there for 15 minutes the 1st cop tells me to leave. Seriously. I didn't do anything wrong. I sat idle in front of a building for 4 minutes and left. I was pulled over based on assumption, had my plates run based on assumption, and was treated like shit because my brother told someone to **** off. I was held up even after determining that I was not part of this, last time I seen my brother prior was at my mother's house about 8 hours ago. Is this normal, or was the cop being an ass? Should I at least make a complaint? I don't believe he had enough cause to stop me, run my plates, treat me like shit, and hold me there as ransom till my brother arrived. I don't hold this against officers in general, I just think that officer was an ass. Thanks for your help. *UPDATE* I spoke to my brother after all this happened. From what I got out of it, my brother spoke to the shelter owner over the phone. When he arrived at the shelter after going through approvals, he met with the owners son of the same name. He asked for the guy by name, and the son answered that it was him. My brother proceeded to carry on correspondance, which maybe irritated the son because he did not know what he was talking about? My brother had arranged for his friend (partial home owner) to meet with the dog, and check how her two boys reponded to the dog. My brother assumed he was cleared to see the dog and did not understand why the guy was not allowing him to and why he was giving him an attitude. Apparently even hearing from Lisette, the guy was being an ass. My brother made his feelings known, things escalated into "well, maybe you shouldnt adopt here", "I won't, I'll find another shelter", "Good, don't come back", "**** off". From what I understand it wasn't bad, and when they left the guy walked out and made sure they left the property. Then called the cops. Nothing came of this for my brother. He came back, spoke with the officers and was let go after being told to not return. My brother also agreed that the first officer was being very agressive. I am telling it exactly like it is from my side. I don't need to lie, I don't need to get answers that I think are in my favor. I even spoke with Lisette seperately to ask how things really went over and she agreed, the guy over reacted and the situation was rediculous. My side is not who is right or wrong, only that I was pulled over on assupmtion even though I came and went with little suspicion and never even made a peep. The only thing they knew about me is that we both drove Mustangs... The cop was looking for a reason to give me shit when he stopped me and spoke to me like he was TRYING to escalate the situation. Do civilian officers not use a "use of force" module? You don't escalate a situation with an already compliant individual. My brother asked the cop point blank when he arrived if he was related to these guys. The cop just took things like he was personally offended by it. I don't really care at this point. I am going to call the station. I never go to that city anyway, and hopefully this will atleast get documented. It may provided basis for future complaints even if it is not taken seriously this time.