I was stopped by the police at 1:15 Sunday morning and had an open beer in my coat (not the best idea, admittedly). A police car pulled up to a stop sign and as I walked by a police officer whistled at me. He asked, "What's in your coat?" I said, "Excuse me, officer?" and he told me to take out whatever was in my coat. I took out the half empty beer can and he asked me whether I thought he was an idiot or not. I replied, "No, sir." And he asked for my age, I told him I was 20 and then he asked for my I.D. so I gave it to him. He then gave it to his partner and told me to sit on the curb. I sat on the curb for a half hour and he didn't say a word to me the entire time. Campus Safety came by, because this was off campus and he gave me my I.D. and the citation w/o a word. C.S. drove me home.I'm just wondering if there's anything they're supposed to say when writing you a citation or if my constitutional rights were broken when they found the beer. I mean, I'm not trying to get arrested in front of everyone else that was out running around drunk and I was just walking normal, with a beer in my coat, not even obvious. I also was not breathalyzed so I was charged with possession and transportation, at this point whether or not I had been drinking is invalid. But these police officers were sketchy looking men and I didn't want to start anything with a couple of guys with guns and tazers.