It was for 11357 H&S (Drugs) possesion & DUI. He'd wrecked his car and was loaded. It was when I was working at the Long Beach Naval Shipyard about 1989 or so. I am sure he was one of the local bangers, "F Troop" I think, I am not 100% sure.
I worked the graves 2300-0700 and got to deal with the real fun folks :) Worked that shift almost two years before I got onto the day shift.
Most of the garbage I delt with had to do with the military guys but occasionally we ran into these types.
How many years did it take to get all those tattoos? I'm thinking about getting a luck line tattood on my palm as I don't seem to have one and could use a bit of luck in my life. I have fond memories of Madison, WI. If you imbibe anything other than chocolate milk, be careful of the Lincoln Statue. He tends to get chatty at night. Hmmm....Mifflin Street.
Hi David. I'm 100 pages into The Devil's Redhead. I keep asking myself how I missed this one as I have been reading crime fiction for 20 years. Interstingly, I've been an Oncology Nurse for all that time. So here is the deal...you keep writing great crime fiction and I'll keep caring for people with cancer. Your dedication in Redhead was very moving and made me even more interested in this book. Simply said, I'm moved by your writing, which isn't an easy accomplishment. It will be weird writing a review for a book first published a few years back, but if it means leading more people to your work, I'll do it. Great work!