Street Crime # 14

Originally posted on Pat McGaha:
December 7th is a historical date. Delaware became the first to ratify the US constitution, 1787. Jesse James’ gang robs a bank in Gallatin, Missouri and kills an innocent citizen, 1868. Thomas Edison demonstrates?his phonograph to the editors of “Scientific American”, 1877. ?The USA’s “Rainbow” Division arrives in France (with Colonel Douglas MacArthur among it ranks), 1917. ?19 year old… Continue reading Street Crime # 14

Street Crime Short Stories # 12

Originally posted on Pat McGaha:
Copyright 1-4992347791-2017 Warning! Graphic content Above photo in memory of my father, Shreveport Police Officer Rayburn McGaha Sr. 1947. Next photo he is with my sister, Sue, and his Harley.  “If we ever meet for a cup of coffee, be advised it might be dangerous” – Pat McGaha I was assigned to graveyard shift patrol in the western part of… Continue reading Street Crime Short Stories # 12

Street Crime Short Stories # 11

Originally posted on Pat McGaha:
Copyright 1-4992347791-2017 Do you ever daydream?? It was my lucky night. ?I reported for patrol duty on graveyard shift with S.P.D. My favorite desk sergeant was having a night off. His relief sergeant did things his way. As I strolled up, I asked where I was riding. He said, “Looks like Cedar Grove, Mac. Yeah, Cedar Grove, The regular officers… Continue reading Street Crime Short Stories # 11