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Officer Sprinkle
Strange Stories
John F. Parker

        Strange Stories Involving The
 Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police
Story #1 Alvin Ogle was a former officer with the M.P.D.C. here are a few interesting stories involving him.
This page is attempting to display strange and unusual stories that involve the M.P.D.C. They are intended to be well natured and sometimes maybe even humerous. lease feel free to   e-mail me police reports, newspaper articles or even personal stories that you know to be factual. If your able to provide photos to go with the story that to would be much appreciated. This page is not intended to embarrass or insult anyone so if I feel it is needed a name may be changed.  
Story #2
JoAnne Hollis Jones:
 I remember by dad ( Bernie "Stoneface" Hollis) telling me that he was directing traffic one day downtown on a blistering hot day...a car stopped when it shouldn't have to ask directions to the white house and the owner cracked his window a tiny bit(so as to not let the a/c out) and the owner called out "hey Mac"..my father said, "how did you know my name was Mac"; the car owner replied snottily "I guessed", my father replied "then guess your way to the white house"
Established in 2009
Story #3
Deb Wolfe:
He ( Frank )was driving on U St, NW one night during a snow storm & saw a lady with a baby freezing their asses off at a bus stop. Frank felt sorry for her & asked her is she wanted a ride home. She & her baby, who was wrapped in a blanket, gratefully got into Scout 103 & directed him to an apartment building up off 14th St. As she got out & turned to thank him, she said her baby thanked him too. It was then she pulled the blanket down & Frank could see it was actually a friggin' monkey & not a baby. I don't think he ever gave anyone a ride again