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by Peter Moskos

June 18, 2008

Officer Pete says (rule 4):

If you don’t want the police in your house, don’t call the police. I don’t want to be in your house either.


Anonymous said...

you didn't enjoy people calling you for a report of a crime in the house, a B&E or larceny, and they say, they dont want you snooping in their house, but want a report number?

PCM said...

I was thinking more of domestics when I wrote that.

But I always did like on burglaries, when people would say, "aren't you going to fingerprint?!" Sure, hon, but then I'll have to fingerprint everybody who's been in the house the past few days. Oh, you don't want me to fingerprint?