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    Rowdy
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    At my former Agency a deputy parked his assigned car at the motorpool to go on vacation. (that was policy if you left for a week or more).
    We thought it'd be funny to take a small amount of ladybugs scooped up with a dixie cup and put them in his car, so he would get a few of them buzzing around ever so often... The ladybugs would gather in the ceiling corners of the motorpool shop, so it was easy to do.
    Well it backfired... we became complacent to the parked unit, and never looked at it after that. Upon his return, it had turned into something not unlike a Hitchcock movie. The ladybugs multiplied, multiplied again, and then what was an innocent "small amount" turned into an infestation so thick it covered the interior glass!. Inner temps must have been ideal for breeding i guess (shrug). Anyways, he had those silly things popping up out of the defroster vent years after it had been "cleaned out", and most likely for the life of that car...
    I never saw so many ladybugs in one place before...

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  • pujolsfan146
    Deputy Sheriff

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    Originally posted by eric_farang_bah View Post
    for PUJOLSFAN get a cubs magnet and place on rear or passenger side of his pov
    One of my Sergeants loves playing pranks on me. He is also a range officer. Some time ago it was time to qualify so we headed to the range. He had two targets already set up. (that should have been a red flag). Both targets were bladed. He told me once he hits the switch and the target flips I need to start firing as fast as possible. He flipped the target and he had a photo of Albert Pujols in the bullseye. I didn't fire. He was doubled over from laughing. We went to the next stall and he told me this is for real. No more clowning around. When he hit the switch the target bladed again and big surprise. A photo of Albert Pujols was again in the bullseye. Once again he could not contain himself. he was in tears. Both were cutout photos of his face.

    He is a cubs fan and his favorite hobby, even more so then baseball, is to bust my balls about Albert Pujols. They have gone so far as to get blank copies of order of protection and fill out my name as the respondent and Albert Pujols as the petitioner. Not to mention all the crap I get in my mailbox and posted on my locker.

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  • Rasmblack
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    I don't have any good ones since I became an LEO but a few military ones that are pretty good...

    We told a rookie that the Dept. of Energy was coming out the next day and was going to test the air around our weapon storage area. We also told them that we wanted to know what they would find before they got there so we gave the rook 2 large trashbags and told them to run around in the area with the bag over thier head collecting "air" to be tested. They came back about 15 minutes later to a room full of us laughing in front of the cameras.

    In the nuclear storage areas we always had green glow sticks around. We broke 2 or 3 of them and spilled the contents on the ground and made the rookie strike or search the facility. When they reported that they saw green glowing liquid coming from the building we pretended to call a clean up crew. Some of our guys show up in thier NBC gear and drag the rookie away telling him that he just got a massive dose of radiation.

    The worst one I ever heard about was while I was in North Dakota and we had excerises all the time with a perp in the area that we had to chase down. Well we had a rookie in the area that night and the perp was one of our guys the rook had not seen before since he just came back from vacation. After we caught the perp we convinced the rook that the perp was a spy from Canada and was trying to steal our secrets. The sgt had a air soft gun that looked like a berreta 9mm. We told the rook to shoot the canadian to teach them not to come onto our base and steal our stuff again. Of course the rook didnt want to at first but with some peer pressure and threats to shun him he took the pistol and sqeezed one ball onto the perps head when he was handcuffed on his knees. The rookie passed our test and we accepted him but he did not speak one word to any of us for months until after he was moved to a different unit.

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  • eric_farang_bah
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    Originally posted by GCFox View Post
    I heard rumor of an FTO taking his recruit down several side streets. "A left here, a right there, left there, keep straight, right here." He'd ask 'em if they knew where they were. Of course the answer was no... Then, he'd gently put his hand on the recruits leg and with a big smile ask, "Now how bad do you want to be the Police?"
    Now that wins nothing can top that one rotflmfao

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  • GCFox
    La-Li-Lu-Le-Lo

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    I heard rumor of an FTO taking his recruit down several side streets. "A left here, a right there, left there, keep straight, right here." He'd ask 'em if they knew where they were. Of course the answer was no... Then, he'd gently put his hand on the recruits leg and with a big smile ask, "Now how bad do you want to be the Police?"

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  • eric_farang_bah
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    hard sided kiddie pool under drivers side door filled with water

    dead minnow in dixie cup hooked INTO the bottom of the seat with a paperclip

    balloons in the bed of a pickup completely covered in shaving cream

    change pov key on keyring with a look-a-like

    enlist help of a cropduster pilot to buzz a partner running traffic near a field

    cover office floor in corn syrup

    use water mister to wet car or use a sponge then throw dust on wet area. you can write DIRTy messages

    marble or BBs in hubcaps

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  • eric_farang_bah
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    Inject water into the seat cushion ( if cloth seats) for a wet bum

    Gay pride magnetic decal over rear license plate

    donut gems stacked on antenna see how long it takes them to notice

    for PUJOLSFAN get a cubs magnet and place on rear or passenger side of his pov

    sneak in the LTs office and put a hardcore gay porn in a drawer he only uses with employee paperwork

    cover the pov or patrol unit with duct tape ( use paper underlay) or post-it notes

    when they are in office move the patrol unit so it faces opposite direction and watch them scratch thier heads

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  • Jambi88
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    Originally posted by OCEnforcer29 View Post
    This one time my partner and I made a carstop on a vehicle, and it pulled into a gas station. On the other side of the street, another officer and his trainee made a carstop, who also pulled into a gas station (not the same gas station, there was one on each side of the street). Well the car we pulled over had a bunch of water balloons in the back, and well, we asked if we could use some of their water balloons to throw at our partner and his trainee across the street. They gladly let us. We hit their car, almost got one threw the open window - was pretty funny.
    That gave me a good laugh in class today

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  • OCEnforcer29
    Chicks Dig It

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    This one time my partner and I made a carstop on a vehicle, and it pulled into a gas station. On the other side of the street, another officer and his trainee made a carstop, who also pulled into a gas station (not the same gas station, there was one on each side of the street). Well the car we pulled over had a bunch of water balloons in the back, and well, we asked if we could use some of their water balloons to throw at our partner and his trainee across the street. They gladly let us. We hit their car, almost got one threw the open window - was pretty funny.

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  • brad601
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    Night Shift Guy is a creature of routine.
    So Every night he arrives puts his duty bag in his patrol unit and drives down to get fuel. So I hide in the back seat under a rain coat and wait for the vehicle to get moving. Once it is in motion I jump up screaming and pounding on the partition. Good way to get shot or him wreck the patrol but so funny it was worth it.

    Same guy Creature of routine, first thing he does is get the keys to his patrol unit. So I get the keys to the patrol unit and wrap them in about 5 rolls of Duck Tape. Place them in his locker then put a wall of tape over the locker. Then I tape the outside of the locker. Then I tape a little note that says "Open with Love" I think all together I used up 9 rolls of Duck Tape. That was funny.

    Placed Vaslene and Glitter on the personal vehicles of all the hose dragers while they were doing what fire fighters do best (playing xbox and sleeping) The captin (now battalion chief) comes storming in here stripper dust smeared all over his face "You Mother #$*@ers!!"

    Lets see
    Shift Partner leaves his locker unlocked to find his AR and shotgun disassembled in a box. (was a Armoror in the National Guard so the AR was stripped down to every individual spring and pin)

    Next one is waiting for another snake call. Kill the snake and coil it up in Dispatches crapper and close the lid.

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  • NYPD017
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    Finger print ink applied liberally to the top of a black toilet seat

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  • AMKL68
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    Being sent to get donuts for my FTO while in uniform and using squad car..

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  • crass cop
    trashman

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    send a page to the rookies pager that says "low battery"....One every 13 hours or so

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  • Run it Back
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    Some dumb rook...possibly myself, left his duty bag outside of his vehicle after going OD. I came in the next day to find my bag had been transformed into about a 4foot ball of caution tape. Those SOB's must have used 5 rolls of the stuff.

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  • davebsd
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    I've seen/heard of too many to count..I haven't been a victim myself of tooo many.

    Off the top of my head...

    Frozen uniform shirt in an ice block, badge frozen in a cup of peanut butter.

    Petroleum Jelly/toothpaste on the sgt's phone earpiece

    One brave soul took a photo of their jewels resting on the watch commander's phone handset, sent an email of said photo to the aforementioned watch commander. Then called the watch commander's phone and said, "Hey check your email!"

    Leaving your duty belt outside when you use the bathroom usually finds new guys with half of their belt items flipped upside down.

    Random animals caught and placed into areas they don't belong

    One of the sgt's found a huge spider/tarantula/monstrosity once...let it go in a canyon, but proceeded to run around throwing a fake spider at deputies using the same box we'd all seen the live one in.

    There is the ever-present danger of finding various images on your desktop background if you leave it unlocked. A program was written and run on some of these computers that put richard simmons on the desktop background of whoever left it unlocked every few minutes.

    There is this stuff called "liquid ***" and it smells like a mixture of death, and extricated chille rellano in a tijuana bathroom. You can only imagine.

    Parking someone's car across the lot in the rain, but not before adjusting the seat so a midget couldn't even get in there so they have to stand there and fix it before they can get in.

    water balloons..

    Many more I have yet to behold I'm sure. There are some veteran pranksters around who mastermind things I've never even thought of.

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