I found this somewhere else (some of you can probably guess where) and had to repost it. Good to see everybody is playing along just like we've been told.
BTW anybody get the pun in the subject line?
I was asking my FTO some questions related to processing a drunk driver. We are parked cop style at the local gas station. I observe a vehicle pass in front of me with no lights to the rear of the vehicle. Mind you, it was 23:45 hours and raining. Stopped the vehicle, smelled a strong odor, brought to 10-19 for FST. Test at a .110 on a Wednesday evening.
My FTO and I were finishing up since he is intox certified. Driving complaint call over the radio regarding another 10-56.
Long story short, he was very 10-57 and we ALMOST got a 2002 BMW out of the deal...
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10-20-2007, 07:55 PM #1
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