Can Animals Help Solve A Case?
It was during my law enforcement career that my psychic and intuitive abilities resurfaced. It was an awakening or a remembering of sorts. I was confused by the flood of information that I was receiving but fascinated at the same time.
I found out quite unexpectedly that pets on crime scenes could relay pertinent information about the events that took place before I arrived on the scene.
Their detailed information and ability to share images proved to be more reliable than most of the human eye-witnesses I interviewed.
You can read more about how pets helped me solve cases in my book, The Amazing Afterlife of Animals too!
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Red Rocks Police Academy
There was no substation for the Sheriff’s Office. We used our patrol cars as our ‘mobile offices’ with no computers or CAD systems.
We used a pen and piece of paper to log our calls for service.
Finally, the administration brought in an old single-wide trailer formerly used on a construction site with no restroom or running water as our temporary lodging.
We had to share metal desks, use antiquated computers with DOS programs on floppy discs to write our police reports and go next door into the Animal Control Facility to use the restroom.
Susie, the secretary in the photo with me was a chain smoker so the place constantly smelled like stale cigarettes.
Front row kneeling down on the far left
That’s me at the shooting range during the Red Rocks police academy
Patrolling the burned-out area of the Hi Meadow fire with a fellow deputy aka ‘Tulip’.
We were rescuing horses from an area we were not supposed to be in
My first day off of training as a full-time deputy sheriff for Park County Sheriff’s Office in Bailey, Colorado.
My training officer took the photo at mile marker 221 on Highway 285 with our state of the art equipment, a Polaroid camera!
My patrol car was an old Jeep Cherokee with over 200k miles on it, a stick shift, which I had never driven before in a mountain district.
The emergency brake did not work and I had to put a block of wood behind the tire to keep it from rolling away.
With 20 lbs of gear and gross, polyester man-pants, I was going to save the world from crime!
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