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Discussion in 'Just Shootin' The Breeze' started by Rock, Mar 27, 2012.
Quincy drug sting at the President's City Inn where shots were fired - 1993
Quincy cruiser crash where a civilian passenger was killed when the driver made a left turn in front of the cruiser - 1993
Quincy Police Explorers sign-up - 1968
Quincy Police picket city hall - 1968
Search after North Quincy bank robbery - 1986 (RIP Sergeant Dick Curran)
while.looking for info on the department i came across this. love seeing the old cars and the dept. being shown in a positive way as opposed to all the b.s. the media puts out now.
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A nice video. I miss those square body LTD's.
Or maybe I miss being 32.
You just miss being able to rock the mullette. Admit it.
Don't we all...
It could be a mullet, it could be a mohawk- I'm just missing hair period.
That why you have holes in your pockets?
Kilv, I just about pissed myself laughing when I saw that, because the best humor is based in truth. The Fore River Bridge is in my patrol sector.....if you want to get really specific, the entire bridge is within the City of Quincy, but we reached a gentlemen's agreement with Weymouth that we will handle anything north of the center line, they will handle anything south of the center line, and we split the details 50/50 for the construction/maintenance of the "temporary" (yeah, right....I'll retire and it will still be there) vertical-lift bridge. Based on the obscure law about "500 rods" or whatever the hell it is, we both have jurisdiction on the entire bridge.
Several years ago, I got a call of a bad motorcycle crash on the bridge, and I was first on-scene. It was BAD.....the motorcyclist ended up losing his left leg (he had pretty much lost it by the time I got there), but the crash happened about 50 feet south of the center line, so I called to have Weymouth PD respond. The WPD sergeant who responded tried to pawn it off on us, but I was the union president at the time, so I said "Hey Sarge, I'll book the crash in a second if you want, but then I'm going to enforce the geographical boundaries of the bridge with our detail office, so we'll get all the details for the bridge and you guys will get nothing".
Guess who booked the crash? Hint: It wasn't the Quincy Police Department.
Chicago Sun Times, AP, 1973: Lorraine McAdams answers Quincy Police Emergency #
^^ Fuque that shit!!
Until about 15 years ago, we had someone on the day & evening shifts who sat at the front window that answered the business lines. Now, the calls go directly into communications.
Chicago Sun Times / AP : 1010 Comm. Ave. Boston (1993
MTC, that you??? HAHAHA
Oh NO you di'int !!
mtc, I can't say I'm fond of the dress or the hairstyle. I'm glad you've updated. Now if they'd just get you some new phones!
Is the woman in this picture propping up the lieutenant or copping a feel? And the guy in the suit, isn't he a news anchor somewhere? And what's with the guy with the cap. This almost looks like one of those still shots showing the cast of a new crime show in CBS.
Boston 1957....(AP/Chicago Sun TImes)
We've come a long way with our firearms training, haven't we?
When I was in the academy (Class of 81, the Fightin' 13th) we used carpenter aprons on the range and reloaded our revolvers from the apron pockets during quals.
You can't make this stuff up.