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The Petersburg Constable, Monroe County Deputy Sheriff, and the Monroe Chicken Thief

Tragedy sometimes strikes as quickly as a chicken gulping a grasshopper, and its effects can be as jarring as a rooster crowing at 3 a.m. Gunshots shattered the stillness of a chilly October night in rural Monroe County and decades later families still work to deaden their echoes. 1,416 more words

Monroe History

On This Day: The Death of Constable Charles W. Winston, 3 April 1926

by Paul R. Spitzzeri

Captain Timothy Murakami of the Industry Station of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department sent out an email this morning, which was forwarded to me by City of Industry City Manager Paul Philips, regarding the addition to the Los Angeles County Peace Officers Memorial, as well as state and national memorials, of Charles W. 866 more words


I Was Just Excited

I knew as soon as I saw the light bar I was getting pulled over. A quick glance at the speedometer showed 70 and the two-lane was empty of vehicles minus mine and the Trooper’s. 569 more words


Movies That Made Me Cry

Yes I cry at movies from time to time. I’m a rare breed. But let’s make something clear here. I’m talking strictly movies. I don’t cry like a girl. 894 more words


A Night in Blue - Policeman's Ball 2017

Earlier this month, we had the opportunity and privilege to attend this year’s Policeman’s Ball. (Also widely known as Police Prom). It definitely felt like prom. 886 more words


My Fave Five Buddy Cop Films

Ah, February.  Home of Valentine’s Day, the day you spend with that someone special.  But that “special someone” isn’t necessarily always a significant other.  Your other half might possibly be your best friend. 703 more words


End of Watch Review

So I watched End of Watch…

This is a film that I can’t quite remember why exactly I didn’t watch it when it was initially released in 2012. 757 more words

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