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Monday, January 30, 2006

Teens rescue their Grand Prix just in time

Kcpd_patch_14I rode with Kansas City police officer Ben Dougherty Saturday night in the North Patrol Division. It was a slow shift, but I'll report what happened in several posts today.

9:42 p.m.:
A white Grand Prix sits in the right lane of traffic ahead of us. Locked, no one in it.
"We'll sit here for a while, then we'll have to have it towed," Dougherty says.
Soon a young man carrying a gas can appears, accompanied by two giggling teen-aged girls.
"Just barely driving age," Dougherty says. "They haven't learned 'E's not 'Enough'."


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