In what looks like a pretty obvious pitch for an as-yet-unmade cable TV drama series, an Ohio police chief dated a heroin addict wanted on drug charges instead of arresting her. Police Chief Lucas Mace, of the village of Glouster, has been indicted on multiple charges after hiding Hillary Hooper --
I mean, seriously, did you see what he was <i>wearing</i>? He was asking for it.
(Today is Recycle-your-comments Day, apparently.)
Police chief bonking a heroin addict in Ohio.
Can you blame him? Have you taken a good look at the <i>hookers</i> in Ohio?
I&#039;m betting that Venn diagram is a nearly perfect circle
this is really a new Coen Brothers film plot, right? or an old one?
Ah, the days when Athens County was the source of all Ohio&#039;s best pot scandals.
Skoal Rebel? I&#039;m going to keep using this until it&#039;s the correct answer.
He&#039;ll be in his <strike>stall </strike> bunk
As a former educator in Glouster, I am proud to see this story featured by The Wonkette.
I&#039;d assume not very common, given not only do cops generally have a rather poor opinion of the people they arrest and most of his buddies would tease him mercilessly, but it could easily lead to compromising positions (like this)
If loving to munch is a crime then lock me up.
There&#039;s a typo in your post. I think I fixed it.
Cop car seats are vinyl, not fabric, amirite? I hate to think of what evidence they found, but it was probably on the floor, under the seat.
Oy. I just came to the horrifying realization that that&#039;s her on the right.
As does meth.
Great great grandson of a civil war general, BJ Hooker, has been appointed interim Chief of Police.
Pope Gregory XIII?
Heh heh heh. He said insert.
When they call a policeman&#039;s shield a &quot;do anything I want badge&quot;, they don&#039;t mean it quite this literally.