Williamsburg, VA
Federal Officer / Agent
Actively Serving (has access to L.E. restricted areas)


Patch Collecting, Shooting, Fishing, Exploring historic sites
Favorite Movies:
Stand by me, Super Troopers, Star Wars( all episodes)
Favorite TV Shows:
Simpsons, Family Guy, E.R.
Favorite Music:
Country, Christian Rock

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  • Photo_user_blank_big


    about 6 years ago

    Thanks for the invite,
    Stay Safe & Best Regards from the U.K.

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    about 6 years ago


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    over 6 years ago


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    over 6 years ago


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    over 6 years ago

    Calling, The Making of a Veteran Cop

    Since 1776, the years have come and passed.
    Things have constantly changed, and nothing seems to last.
    The uniforms might change, from gray to brown to blue:
    We’ve patrolled by horse, boat, car, and worn out many a shoe.
    Throughout all this time, one common thread binds us all:
    We’ve all worked the beat. We’ve all answered the call.

    From bar fights to domestics, homicides to open doors,
    We’ve been here to handle all, through peacetime and world wars.
    We’ve worked first shift, second, but most memorable, third.
    It starts with the scream of the siren, but ends with the song of a bird.
    We have hoped for the best, but usually see people at the worst,
    but through it all...
    We still work the beat. We still answer the call.

    We’ve been there to listen to the victim’s cries;
    See their blood, their tears; then listen to their assailant’s lies.
    A career is a long time to see the things that we do,
    And have so few people understand what it’s like to wear blue.
    Understood or not, come sunshine or snowfall,
    We still work the beat. We still answer the call.

    We still work the beat, we still answer the call.

  • Pl1_mourning_badge_max160_max50


    over 6 years ago


    1. No touching me. Ever.

    2. No telling me you’re a man just like me. You’re nothing like me.

    3. In visiting, No pointing at me and tell your misbehaving child I’m gonna arrest him/her.

    4. No asking if I remember you from another term. If I do, I don’t care.

    5. No whiny little requests while I’m escorting you. No, you can’t have a drink, we’re not stopping to pick up your clothing, nor will I stop to secure your locker. You are going to a cell, not a full-service spa.

    6. No crying to me when I empty a can of OC onto you. If you’ve gotten combative, I’m saving you a felony charge of battery.

    7. No lying about it. If I see you do it, You won’t win.

    8. No telling me what the law or rules are. I know. You don’t.

    9. No puking, oozing, bleeding around me, and I won’t go look at your feces in the toilet. I don’t want to see it. If you feel sick, go see the nurse.

    10. No spitting unless you want your head in a bag.

    11. No craping in your pants while I’m cuffing or escorting you.

    12. No pissing in your pants while I’m cuffing or escorting you.

    13. You walk at my pace, not yours.

    14. No telling me you or your family knows the mayor / sheriff / governor, president., etc.

    15. No telling me you know the chief personally. So do I, and he expects me to do my job.

    16. No telling me you know a cop named “Jim’ who works downtown, or a family member serves in Law Enforcement. I’m sure they’re very proud of you, and I don’t care.

    17. No pissing people off. I am not your personal protection service. Stop pissing people off.

    18. No babysitting. At no point in time did it ever become my job to raise your children, I have enough problems raising my wiener dog thank you very much.

    19. No telling your kids I will take them to jail. With you as their parent, I’m sure they’ll make it here on their own.

    20. No groupies. Well, wait a minute…

    21. No coffee and donuts jokes. However, cappuccino and croissants are acceptable.

    22. No asking if you can test positive for a drug by just being around it.

    23. No whining about catching time from my write-up. You did that all by yourself.

    24. No telling the person on the phone, “There’s a cop here and he’s going to shoot me.”

    25. No telling the person on the phone that you are in “fear for your life”, this is hard time, or you’re being mistreated by the “cops”, etc. You’re lying, and your causing even more stress to your family.

    26. No bitching

    27. No crying.

    28. No whining about my flashlight in your eyes

    29. No arguing. Period.

    30. If I’ve caught you doing something, don’t ask what I’m doing or why I’m doing it.

    31. Don’t tell me about how you wanted to be an officer.

    32. When I walk in the room, don’t say “I DIDN’T DO IT” cause you probably did at one time, or are doing it right now.

    33. Don’t insult my intelligence with obvious lies or anything else. I wasn’t born yesterday.

    34. No mistaking my kindness for weakness.

    35. No begging for a break. Beg, and you get the whole can.

    36. No threatening my family. Fatal error.

    37. No threatening to tell my supervisor. He already knows I’m an asshole.

    38. No asking for an extra grope when I search you.

    39. No asking for me to scratch an itchy spot during same search.

    40. No more asking me to secure your property when I remove you from GP. If you were concerned, you shouldn’t have done what you did.

    41. No siren noises when you see me. I don’t drive a patrol car, I walk. You idiot.

    42. No more saying you’re a lawyer. Even if you were, it wouldn’t matter. They don’t catch the smart ones.

    43. No more saying you’ll have my job for this. (yawn).

    44. No “swearing to God,” when you’re caught dirty.

    45. No spelling my name wrong when you complain. Why do you think they make me wear a name tag, you frigging’ idiot!

    46. No running. I will still catch you and when I do, I will express my dissatisfaction.

    47. No telling me you like “cops”. So do I, and you’re not one.

    48. No telling me you know I’m doing my job. So do I, and I know how to do it.

    49. No telling me what my job is. I know what it is, and I know how to do it.

    50. No telling me you’re just here for a DUI. If I check your file, I might find out what you’re really here for.

    51. No telling me you’re not violent when you have a 273.5 spousal in your jacket, because it’s not violent when you “put your woman in check”.

    52. If you see me running towards you, get out of my way. If you don’t, suffer the consequences.

    53. If you p* me off, I’m going to win, so don’t.

    54. Don’t tell me it’s “petty”. You’re petty for saying that.

    55. No ignoring my commands when I’m giving you direction. You’re gonna lose.

    56. No shouting out anything I don’t understand. I’m going to assume the worst. You’re gonna lose.

    57. No telling me it’s my fault your life is ruined. You fucked it up all by yourself.

    58. Go ahead and tell me you’ll 602 me (appeal,complain). I haven’t laughed yet today.

    59. No telling me you’re never coming back. You will probably abscond the first weekend you’re out, and I’ll see you shortly.

    60. No shaking my hand. Refer back to #1.

  • Me__mr


    over 6 years ago

    Happy Cinco de Mayo. Thanks for the add. Be safe up there in Williamsburg and have a great week. Carl

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    over 6 years ago

  • 168545382_m_max50


    over 6 years ago

    Thanks for the add. Stay safe and have a good night.

  • Ecc_academic_awards_banquet__08_0001_max50


    over 6 years ago

    thanks for the add

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    over 6 years ago

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    over 6 years ago

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    over 6 years ago

    Thanks for the add.. Stay safe..

  • West_of_the_pecos_max50


    over 6 years ago

    Thanks for the friend invite. Love the poems. Warrior on and be safe.