So I’m working PM watch (4PM to midnight) with a probationer who was known as “Zsa Zsa.” She was called Zsa Zsa because she was born in Hungary and had a very thick accent. She would often be heard saying to her partner, “Vell vhat you vant to do now?” Cute the first few times but after hearing it every few minutes it got real old!
By David Alan Binders This interview appeared in David Alan Binder’s site David Alan Binder’s site today. Thonie Hevron interview with David Alan Binder Bio from her website: In 1973, on … Continue reading
By Ed Meckle, Retired LAPD This tale was told to me many years ago by Dick Moody, a friend and classmate. While assigned a Central radio car (downtown L.A.), he … Continue reading
By Mikey, Retired LAPD Rampart Division, 1992, shortly after the riots things were settling down, different, but settling down. Just as this 19-year veteran of the LAPD thinks he has … Continue reading
How I came to star opposite Marilyn Monroe in her last film. Well, sort of.
The senior officer would ask, “I’ve been shot, do you come to my aid or go after the SOB who shot me?”
An exciting new story from LAPD’s finest illustrates how cops must be able to think on their feet.