Re: Reckless Driving Citation
All that happened AFTER the alleged offense and does not address antrc's question about what your son has to say about the incident in question.
You are free to concentrate on the events after... But at the end of the day and unless you (or more likely your son depending on his age) can prove that the officer simply entered the parking lot and simply picked the first vehicle he saw, and made up a story about a random driver driving recklessly, you are not going to get anywhere with regards to the charge at hand.
That addresses officers patrolling "residential property". According to what you posted,
I am right 97% of the time... Who cares about the other 4%!