Rookie Cop Chapter 2

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This story is protected under U.S. Copyright # 1-4992347791-2017 Chapter 2 Serial Rapist He spotted her car underneath the open air covered parking area. He noted her assigned parking space listing her apartment number. Slowly driving out of the apartment complex, he jotted down that number. He liked the way she looked, small, petite, long blonde hair that ran all the way… Continue reading Rookie Cop Chapter 2

Rookie Cop Chapter 1

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Protected under U.S. Copyright # 1-4992347791-2017 I was starting my career as a Shreveport police officer after recently being discharged from my four years of service in the Marines. I made it through two basic police training academies. First within S.P.D. and the other at L.S.U. Baton Rouge. Next was my training in the field as a street officer. I was assigned… Continue reading Rookie Cop Chapter 1

On A Full Moon 14

Copyright 1-4992347792-2017 The sound of the little battery powered Big Foot truck Robbin and I bought Paxton for his third birthday woke me as he made laps around our small farmhouse in the country. Our bedroom was dark on purpose. I worked graveyard shift in S.P.D.’s major crimes division and slept during daylight hours. At times, I felt like Dracula. I was out every night … Continue reading On A Full Moon 14

On A Full Moon 13

,Copyright 1-4992347791-2017 Some believe there is a thumb on the scales of justice held by the blindfolded lady. Go to this link written by Nicole Flatow/Think Progress. Google 10 Most Appalling Failures of the American Justice System  and read about one side of the scales from her perspective. As you read my story, you may conclude a thumb may have been on the scales in … Continue reading On A Full Moon 13

Street Crime # 15

Copyright 1-4992347791-2017 “No amount of law enforcement can solve a problem that goes back to the family.” J. Edgar Hoover F.B.I. “The police must obey the law while enforcing the law.” Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren “The trouble with laws these days is that criminals know their rights better than their wrongs.” Author Unknown I loaded all my gear into my brand new Ford Crown … Continue reading Street Crime # 15