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    I was leaving my parents' house last year when all of a sudden I saw lights up behind me...so I pulled over. I rolled down the window, and saw a guy whose family I knew from HS. He took one look and said, "Oh, you're not who I'm looking for." Apparently a car similar to mine was used as a getaway in a local robbery. He was a good guy, but I didn't know he had become a deputy. We talked for a second but of course he had to run.

    And today...I listed a broken laptop for parts on Craigslist. I called one person who responded, and he said he could meet me, and "I'll be driving a white Crown Vic...errr...Impala. White Impala." I sat in an office parking lot today waiting on him with a friend, and we were entertaining the idea that he might be a cop. Sure enough, a marked police car pulled up. Nice guy, and he paid in cash.
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    Glad to hear of an LEO encounter on the lighter side of the news. That made my day!
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    Quote Originally Posted by toreskha View Post
    I was leaving my parents' house last year when all of a sudden I saw lights up behind me...so I pulled over. I rolled down the window, and saw a guy whose family I knew from HS. He took one look and said, "Oh, you're not who I'm looking for." Apparently a car similar to mine was used as a getaway in a local robbery. He was a good guy, but I didn't know he had become a deputy. We talked for a second but of course he had to run.
    Wait a second...I just realized that I started this thread to begin with, and my last post was an unintentional repeat of my first post.

    I'm going to sleep now.
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