Rookie Cop Chapter 6

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Copyright 1-4992347791-2017 In the mid 70’s, we worked four 10 hour shifts with three days off as Shreveport patrol officers. The senior officers enjoyed their off days off while we rookies drove their units in their beats across town. This evening I was in my old stomping grounds. I spent half my childhood in Cedar Grove before I joined the Marines in’ 69… Continue reading Rookie Cop Chapter 6

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

Rookie Cop Chapter 9

Copyright 1-4992347791-2017 “Impaired vision, we look alike” I continued to be bounced around other beats. One fall evening, I was assigned to Mooretown on graveyard shift. It was not as busy as Cedar Grove but it had many similarities, poor working class folks, run down rent houses, street crimes, thefts, murders, rapes and all the other bad things man does to his neighbors. L.L. was riding Queensborough. … Continue reading Rookie Cop Chapter 9

Rookie Cop Chapter 6

Copyright 1-4992347791-2017 In the mid 70’s, we worked four 10 hour shifts with three days off as Shreveport patrol officers. The senior officers enjoyed their off days off while we rookies drove their units in their beats across town. This evening I was in my old stomping grounds. I spent half my childhood in Cedar Grove before I joined the Marines in’ 69 at age 17. I had … Continue reading Rookie Cop Chapter 6