Tales from the Street: Stories of Police Work
By Christopher Tipton
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Published: May 23, 2012
Words: 22,581 (approximate)
A collection of stories, funny, stupid, tragic, and poignant; as told by the police officers, paramedics, and lawyers who experienced them first hand.
A collection of stories, funny, stupid, tragic, and poignant; as told by the police officers, paramedics, and lawyers who experienced them first hand. The elderly woman who just lost her husband, the brain-wave people, hoarders, and hidden dead mothers. Police safety lessons, Lyme disease caused murder-suicide, funny court stories, dogs, and other furry critters. Even Abraham Lincoln makes a guest appearance.
, law enforcement
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