(PRWEB) November 05, 2015
Milton Pool, a retired Amarillo, Texas police officer, has completed his new book “Cops Are People Too”: an enticing and potent compilation of stories from an officer with over 30 years on the force.
“The name, Cops Are People Too, is to let the average citizen know officers have a life of their own not much different than the common person, except they carry a gun for a living.” says Pool.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Milton Pool’s entertaining and enlightening tale summarizes the daily, and sometimes bizarre, undertakings of an officer in the field.
When Amarillo was plagued with a rash of convenience store robberies, the Captain put plainclothes officers with shotguns hiding in the back of the stores. Officer Johnson reported to his assigned location with double-aught buckshot in his weapon. He instructed the convenience store clerk if a bandit appeared, she was to put her hands in the air and holler “O” and crouch down. He hid behind some boxes and waited. From his position, he observed a subject walk up to the counter while the clerk had her back turned. He fumbled with the front of his pants, and when the clerk turned around, she threw her hands in the air and hollered “O.” Johnson stepped out and unloaded his shotgun, blowing the subject out the front glass door. When he walked to the door, he observed a male lying on the pavement with his penis hanging out. The clerk said, “What would you do if you turned around and a penis was lying on the counter?”
Readers who wish to experience this vivid work can purchase“Cops Are People Too” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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