APD’s Chief Pristoop – On the Other Side of the Interrogation Table (E-15)
Crime is at an all-time high in Annapolis…or is it? Perception and statistics rarely align and Chief Pristoop joins the Crabs to muddle through both. From cameras to staffing and patrols to public housing, and how he’s going to spend the $1.25 million Christmas gift promised to him by the mayor, no subject is off-limits. And will they ever find John’s bike? Will John ever stop complaining about it?
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