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This is a true story, the names have been changed to protect the police!


After arresting a 21 year old adult female and transporting her to the police department, her father called the police department to speak to me (NOTE: I work in Oklahoma, he lives and was in California).  Being the polite police officer, I spoke with the father on the phone---here is the readers digest version:


Officer: Yes, sir may I help you

Dad: I understand you arrested my daughter?

Officer: Sir, who is your daughter?

Dad: (NAME BLEEPED--JUST LIKE ON TV)

Officer: Yes sir, we have that person in custody.

Dad: I heard that you got her for possesion of marijuana?

Officer: Sir, I cant discuss her charges with you on the phone, I am sorry.  How was it you heard she was arrested?

Dad: I was told

Officer: Who told you sir?

Dad: That doesnt matter. I just want you to know my daughter doesnt smoke marijuana.  She smokes meth.

Officer: Excuse me?

Dad: That pot you got was not hers, she smokes meth, she doesnt mess around with marijuana.

Officer: So, let me see if I got this right...because she smokes meth and not marijuana, I should let her go?

Dad: Yeah, cause its not hers.

Officer: Okay sir, I will take that under advisement.  I have a question for you though.  Does it bother you that your daughter uses meth?

Dad: Well I am an alcoholic so I understand, but she doesnt smoke marijuana.  Can I speak to her?

Officer: I will have her call you from the jail......(SILENCE)....sir are you there??....Sir?....(DIAL TONE)


Life is stranger than fiction some times


The young man knows the rules, but the old man knows the exceptions.
— Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes

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LMAO that is great. You wonder sometimes where people hide their brain? Oh thats right HULU got it!!!!!!!!

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To funny..reminds of one of my crackheads......


Crackhead...Calls th PD


Kindly Police Officer.......answers phone and say "Bleep PD".


Crackhead....Is this the Bleep PD?


Kindly Police Officer.....Yes it is. May I help you?


Crackhead.......Yes. I just bought 5 Loritabs and I want (Dealers Name) arrested.


Kindly Police Officer......Do you still have the evidence?


Crackhead......Yes. Well I took 3 but I still have 2 left.


Kindly Police Officer.....Ok....let me get this right.....you bought 5 loritabs from Bleep and you still have 2 left?


Crackhead....Yes sir that is correct.


Kindly Police Officer.......Do you have a prescription for Loritabs sir?


Crackhead.......No I don't.


Kindly Police Officer......I see.....Ok.....will you give me a written statement saying exactly that?


Crackhead........Yes I will Officer Bleep


Kindly Police Officer.....Ok sir I'll be right there to take you to jail....opps.....I mean I'll be right there to take your statement.


Easiest Felony Arrest I Ever Made............LMAO   Ya just gotta love stupid crackheads!

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They must be from the county that I work in. Very funny !!!

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LMFAO that is great got to love them crackheads!!!!!!!!

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behayden64 says ...



This is a true story, the names have been changed to protect the police!


After arresting a 21 year old adult female and transporting her to the police department, her father called the police department to speak to me (NOTE: I work in Oklahoma, he lives and was in California).  Being the polite police officer, I spoke with the father on the phone---here is the readers digest version:


Officer: Yes, sir may I help you

Dad: I understand you arrested my daughter?

Officer: Sir, who is your daughter?

Dad: (NAME BLEEPED--JUST LIKE ON TV)

Officer: Yes sir, we have that person in custody.

Dad: I heard that you got her for possesion of marijuana?

Officer: Sir, I cant discuss her charges with you on the phone, I am sorry.  How was it you heard she was arrested?

Dad: I was told

Officer: Who told you sir?

Dad: That doesnt matter. I just want you to know my daughter doesnt smoke marijuana.  She smokes meth.

Officer: Excuse me?

Dad: That pot you got was not hers, she smokes meth, she doesnt mess around with marijuana.

Officer: So, let me see if I got this right...because she smokes meth and not marijuana, I should let her go?

Dad: Yeah, cause its not hers.

Officer: Okay sir, I will take that under advisement.  I have a question for you though.  Does it bother you that your daughter uses meth?

Dad: Well I am an alcoholic so I understand, but she doesnt smoke marijuana.  Can I speak to her?

Officer: I will have her call you from the jail......(SILENCE)....sir are you there??....Sir?....(DIAL TONE)


Life is stranger than fiction some times


 


 


You can't make this stuff up


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Just say no is all I can say. Too funny!


" The Packers never lost a game, they just ran out of time." Vince Lombardi Have a great day, Tracey

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I love true life stories like these, people just keep getting wierder, I think since Obuma got in Office they think he has already legalized drugs!   Oh that's right in CALIFORNIA, well that explains that!

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My brother, who is a Lt. and a Narcotics Investigator, was riding his future mother in law around one day.  They stopped at a convenience store to get something to drink.  He was standing in the passenger door helping his future mother in law out of the 4x4 patrol truck when a woman walks up to him and asks.... " Hay I know you... man you know where I can get something, I'm getting sick. "  He politely states, "yeah, wait right here"... goes around to the back of the truck and gets some evidence he had there and walks back around.  She states I only have $10.00 will that be enough.  He says sure, your sick and starts to hand her the evidence.  When she sticks out her hand had cuffs her. 


The funnies part about this is he was in plain clothes but was wearing a windbreaker with the word " STATE POLICE " on the back and " POLICE " down both arms.  Gun and badge on his belt in an unmarked patrol unit with the police radio on and the door open.


I think she was more embarassed than anything.  We all knew before she got here what happened and somehow even the inmates know.  She was the laugh of the jail for weeks because she couldn't bond out. 


 


Troll Hunters Incorporated... the first line defense against TROLLS and BADGE BUNNIES on POLICELINK.

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My instructor comes into class the other day wearing old ratted out clothes which is not typical of the level of professinalism of the department so we started harrassing him about it.  He stated that he had been out doing controled buys and didn't have enough time to go change before class.  I asked him if that was what he was wearing and he stated yes.


It was an old worn out A ONE t-shirt.   A one stands for the Association of Oklahoma Narcotics Enforcment.... he just grinned and said he didn't know how many people had asked him if he went to the acdc concert.  


( Big bold lettering on front............. A ( lightning bolt ) ONE... ... it was priceless.


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Not even a great fiction writer could make this stuff up...way too funny!

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As I read through some of the stories here, I am quick to go back to some of the stories that I encountered while working with juveniles and counterdrug task forces... combine those two categories and I most certainly could write a novel....