Street Crime Short Stories #6

Pat McGaha

Street crime short stories #6

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The Shreveport Police Department Criminal Investigations Division provided on duty detectives 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Years later the third shift,dubbed Graveyard, was dissolved.Then later the second shift was suspeneded also. All detectives were assigned to day shift. If a major crime occurred at night, the sleepy detectives crawled out of bed and responded to the call.

I loved working the 11-7 graveyard shift! That is when most violent crimes happen. I wanted to be where the action was. While most honest and hard working citizens snoozed in the middle of the night, I was a team member with men and women serving and protecting them. I knew when the sun went down each evening thugs, thieves, drug dealers, rapists, robbers and murderers slithered out of their beds to roam and attack innocents.

If you speak to some of…

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3 thoughts on “Street Crime Short Stories #6

  1. Pat, I read one of your stories where the two brothers were used by their mothers manfriend, then they started riding with truckers and killing them. Would you know if they’re still in prison? Never never thought I’d say this but those two deserve a chance of rehabilitation and life. They did the world justice, by riding the world of those scum. I even want to go as far to say, they shouldn’t have to prison. Idk, it just touched me and again you’re one great writer. Thanks for your stories.

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