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“I work in a pretty busy county for the Sheriff's Office. as well as given a later day to appear in court. cHowever due to oe His vehicle was impounded since it is our standard procedure.er ounties with a lot of crime, our county jail faces over crowding and often times the crimminals lodged get released early. We work 12 hr shifts and I work on the weekend night shift from 6pm to 6am. So one busy Saturday night around 11 pm one of our deputies stopped a guy that was driving crazy and ended up arresting him for DUI. Usually when someone is arrested here for DUI they are lodged into the county jail and released once they sober up and of course ”
submitted 03.10.09
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64 Stories By Real Cops




Story submitted 08.24.07


Rampart Division, Mid Days: My partner and I hear an assistance call on a "415 man", we respond in an agressive manner. As we approach, we see 2 coppers in a fighting stance wearing light blue dishwashing gloves (the floppy type), facing a chain link fence, with a naked transient clinging to the fence, looking like a cat hanging on a curtain. We come to a screeching stop, knocking over a trash can, spilling the contents. the transient, the coppers and the crowd immediately turn their attenti ...
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Story submitted 08.24.07


My partner and I responded to a T/C that had just occurred in the Harbor. It was about 2030 hours, dark, but clear and dry. A crowd had already started to gather and we quickly exited to assess the situation. As we began making requests for additional patrol units, a rescue ambulance, and traffic officers, we also realized we'd have to contact the coroner. Here's the basic story... There were three vehicles in total; mini-van with father driving, mom sitting front passenger and 16 y.o. ...
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Story submitted 08.23.07


A cop I worked with in the affluent town I lived stopped a teenager driving an expensive new Mercedes. Playing the role for his friends in the car, the driver arrogantly said to the officer; "Do you know who my father is?" The officer said; "No, didn't your mother tell you?" So much for the kid's bravado! ...
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Story submitted 08.23.07


I ran a call of a death investigation. We have to go and just make sure that the dearly departed was not the victim of foul play. Unbeknownst to me, the paramedics had already looked him over and all was okay (as okay as you can be when the EKG reads 0 - 0 - 0 that is). So I walk in to the room, and the medics had positioned this person so that he was--shall we say, giving me the bird? I guess early rigor mortis allows you to "position" the body as you wish. Okay I admit I laughed o ...
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Story submitted 08.23.07


I am a homicide detective in a pretty bad area. We were just returning to the station from picking up a murder suspect. We had him in custody, so all was good. My partner and I heard a gunshot or two from the south. We turned south and drove in that direction. Cops turn in that direction, even though our wives and moms aren't hot on the concept. As we turned south there is a suspect about 19 years old standing on the sidewalk. He is still shooting; this time at us! Three or four ro ...
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