Does anyone know if law enforcement on the local or state level are getting instructions on dealing with drone pilots? Aside from the negative stereotyping we see, which undoubtedly also changes how cops see drone pilots, what do we say when stopped? Looking at DJI's and FAA recommendations as of today, it's a bit cloudy. There are no fly zones ect. And altitude restrictions around airports. My friend was going to shoot some exteriors of a building perhaps 3 miles from an airport. He was hoping to fly maybe 20 feet to get a nice frontal shot. No need really to go above tree top height . He set up on the side of a nearby roadway. But a cop was driving by and saw him with the P3. So he u-turned it, pulled up behind him with the lights on. Cop told him he was , "not thinkin' about flying that here." "That he was within 5 miles of the airport"...So the cop obviously had been given some type of instructions on restrictions. So to that police, 5 miles was a brick wall for a drone. My buddy packed it up and left, but I don't know what would have happened if he was flying it in front of the building. Is there a obstruction of justice or disorderly conduct charge here. Or no law being broken. Just curious if it happens to me.