Thursday, August 26, 2010

shoplifting, anyone???

Wow. It takes a certain kind of person (read: IDIOT) to think they could get away with shoplifting in a store filled with cops.......

Two men are accused of using the Portland Police Bureau's annual "Shop With a Cop" back-to-school event as a chance to shoplift.

Police spokeswoman Kelli Sheffer says roughly 60 officers were helping 155 children pick out clothes at a local store Wednesday when the suspects started stuffing shoes, tools and other merchandise into backpacks.

Store security spotted the illicit activity and helped officers arrest 30-year-old Jason Vantress and 20-year-old Shane Alexander.

Though shoplifting with a store full of cops seems risky, Sheffer says the pair figured the officers would be distracted.


one of PA's finest....and I do mean "FINEest"

thursday's sheriff

Sunday, August 22, 2010

I wish the song was a little SEXIER but

hey, that man has the MOVES!

did you know....

That StatCounter--my FAVORITE FREE stats program--now has exit links and exit link activity status in their options?

They also added downloads and download activity, so I can see that tons of people are grooving on the picture of the ODJ officer posted here --he IS hott!--and the picture of the DEA thigh holster. Ok, stop drooling over that one:).

I don't know why anyone would pay for a stats program when this is available, AND it's a 'real time' stats program!

Saturday, August 14, 2010

clearly Dublin, Ohio is the place to be this weekend, Ladies!!

Carpool!!! I call shot gun!!

Loved the "why you should go" paragraph. Hell, they had me at "750 men"!
Starting this weekend, 750-plus of the world's most fearless police officers and firefighters will gather in Dublin, Ohio, a northwestern suburb of Columbus, to duke it out in the 2010 Can-Am Police-Fire Games. The international Olympics-style competition, held every two years, pits public safety personnel against one another in 58 sporting contests to promote fitness and camaraderie. This year's event, which runs August 15 to 22, will host competitors from 38 different states and provinces and nine countries.

Why you should go: All the events are free and open to the public, and include the grueling, can't-take-your-eyes-away Toughest Firefighter Alive and Toughest Competitor Alive multievent contests, the amazing and widely entertaining K9 service dog competition, and the classic crowd-pleaser, tug-of-war. The Games kick off on Sunday with the Opening Ceremonies from 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Dublin's Coffman Park, complete with bagpipe music, a color guard, and welcoming remarks from Dublin's mayor. Activities include inflatables for kids, a concert by oldies band Phil Dirt and the Dozers, a K9 demonstration, and all kinds of emergency vehicles—including helicopters—on display, plus food and drink.


Sunday, August 01, 2010

some people really have their heads buried in the sand, don't they?

From the police blotter:

Boynton Beach: A man said he met a woman walking on North Swinton Avenue. They went to his house and had sex. He gave her $40 and the keys to his car so she could pick up some sushi. She brought it back, they ate, had sex again and when he woke up in the morning she was gone, his car was parked on the lawn and the keys were missing. He told police that the woman had possibly been abducted because she left without telling him.

clockin' in at clark county

there's a rumblin' in the jailhouse