On their daily patrols, police often check the quiet, back roads near the airport, and maybe once a week – or more – will find a parked car with a couple of people in the back seat.
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They are Cop stories, some of them written up by police in their daily reports, some of them so removed from the stop or arrest the cops just keep them in mind when they gather and talk about their days in the field.
Some of the stories are funny. Others are harrowing. Most are unusual to the average man on the street, but become the norm for those on the beat.
From time to time, we’ll run some of these stories, without revealing names of those involved, to protect the innocent, as well as the guilty.