An Interview: with a law-enforcement officer

From what I could decipher from the police radio, we had just received a backup call on a 488 (petty theft). My head snapped back against the headrest as Dave Tolford pulled into the passing lane, switched on the dome flasher, and began to show me a little of what the 440 cu in pursuit engine in the big black and white Polara could do.

"I wouldn't normally go at this speed," he explained, "but the officer requesting assistance is on the other side of town and we're the closest to him."

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