On A Full Moon Chapter 2

Pat McGaha

Ask any cop and they will tell you the hardest case they will ever work is a brother or sister officer accused of a crime. I was raised a Southern Baptist and currently belong to The Simple Church in Shreveport. I am blessed to have the life I now live. I finally found my home. I must confess, I despise hypocrites. I was once one myself. Thank God I changed. I also hate crooked cops and most good cops do as well.

At age 14, she ran away from home, a nasty rent house in the Highland neighborhood in Shreveport. She was a beautiful young girl and very intelligent. She was not happy at home. Not sure what was going on there but it was bad enough for her to flee. Her parents called the police department and reported her as a runaway juvenile. Officer Vic Lucky met her parentsโ€ฆ

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