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Old 12-27-2003, 9:46 PM
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Old 12-31-2003, 12:35 AM
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Scanner land


13 to central

go ahead 13

13- for all of those in scanner land we have a request for **** towing


for non consent towing it is to be a non-prefrence wrecker used from rotation but it seems that one officer always has a request for the ** *** and now that scanners are out he has been busted and confronted by his command officers due to other towing company's catching some of the cheating so now that every time he really does have a request it is started by for all of those in scanner land we have a request for **** towing


And if any of the officers start to talk about something they shouldnt but they use to. 1 officer will break and tell them watch out for scanner land and tell them to switch over funny thing about that is there switch over is a cb radio they personlly put in there own cars for "private conversations" good oll chan 4. always get a hoot at that since I have cb chan 4 in my 296
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Old 12-31-2003, 12:28 PM
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This was to funny.......

Last night around 12:00 am here in Brooklyn NY the central dispatcher was trying to clear an open mic well what was being heard was a hot sexy conversation.

As follows I wiil keep it as clean as possible.

Female voice : What time does your shift end?

Male : 8 am

Male; forget that nobody can see us here.

Dispatch breaks in

Female: unaudible

Male: oooo yeaaa explicit word

Female: is it good

Male: keep going

Female: hey is that suppose to be like that

Male: HOLY S_HIT

Then all hell breaks lose with the other cars asking what happened
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Old 12-31-2003, 1:22 PM
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Default Unusual funny broadcast

On Christmas eve in Orange County, Calif. there was a neat broadcast:
Orange County Red talkgroup (emergency channel) just put out at 2301 hours a "Be on the lookout" for the North Pole PD. Info that NORAD is tracking a subject, in a northerly direction, a red and white home made sleigh with license plate "Noel 1." It is being pulled by nine reindeer and the lead reindeer has a red glowing nose. The subject has AKA's of Saint Nick, Kris Kringle, and Santa Claus. He is 6'0" and 300 pounds with white hair, twinkling eyes, and wearing a red and white shirt, red hat, red pants, and black boots. The subject may be casing for burglary and using chimneys. Multiple reporting parties have heard the subject saying "Ho, ho, ho" and "Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night."
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Old 12-31-2003, 1:22 PM
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that avatar makes me think back of the old VP(virtual places) chat days, wow
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Old 12-31-2003, 3:39 PM
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There were 2 occassions I thought sounded weird on the Seminole County Trunked System. I forgot what agencies were doing this.

1) Country music was playing in the background and nobody was talking.

2)Somebody on one end asked someone what he wanted for lunch and the other end replied with a lunch order.
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i got a few stories for ya all..

1. one night way back i followed this call over the radio...

dis: 331

Squad: 331

dis: PD accident, car verse deer, at Blah St. and Blah St., deer is deseased on the shoulder of road.

Squad: 331, 10-4

*time passes... squad arrives on scene... and then after a few minutes:*

Squad: 331, i'll be clear, dead deer has ran away into the forest.

Dis: *laughing, also people in background are laughing* at 2:15 (or whatever time it was...)

also this one isnt a police story... but about a week ago i was listining to people talk about a football game that was on TV at the time... on the tower/approach frequency of one of our airports here...lol... seemed really wierd to me...hehe... i dont know if it was a plane and the tower or what... but it was funny
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Just heard on the Okla. City Metro TG for the Okla. Highway Patrol:

"Okla City to any unit in the xxxxxxx area, southbound on xxxxxxx, a (vehicle description). White male occupant is masturbaiting as he's driving down the road. Last seen at xxxxxx."

Guess he's driving a stick shift!

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Hope this didn't offend anybody, if so, I apologize.
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Just heard on the Okla. City Metro TG for the Okla. Highway Patrol:

"Okla City to any unit in the xxxxxxx area, southbound on xxxxxxx, a (vehicle description). White male occupant is masturbaiting as he's driving down the road. Last seen at xxxxxx."

Guess he's driving a stick shift!

Mark S.

Hope this didn't offend anybody, if so, I apologize.
I heard that call go out to. lol Didn't hear anything else so i guess they never found the vehicle.
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Default Heard today on FRS

While answering some email today, the following exchange caught my attention on a FRS frequency. M = male voice, F = female voice:

F - Do you want some sex?

M - Im not in the mood

F - Would you be in the mood if I put on my fancy underwear?

(long silence)

M - People can hear this you know

F - You know how I talk, why did you buy me a radio?

(long silence)

F - Well.....Im going upstairs and putting on my fancy underwear, you do whatever you want.
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I was listening to a teenage kid with a FRS RADIO. He was talking dirty to his girl friend The mother of his gril friend had the other radio the boy was not a happy person after the girls mother talked to him..

Earthquake happen in Port Towsend,wa but it was determind that it was the sarge getting out of his patrol car....

Seattle got called to a 7 yr old kid who stole a gold fish out of the neighbors pond dubbed the great fish robbery....

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These stories are all great, but can we try to leave out the explicit details. Please use a little more discretion. Thanks
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New Jersey State Police
Troop D (Turnpike)
Newark

Cruiser dispatched to a car fire on the Turnpike

Dispatch: Have you located the car fire?
Cruiser: I haven't located the fire but I DO see smoke.
Dispatch: Is the smoke the car fire?
Cruiser: Either that or we have a new Pope.
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Speaking of the New Jersey State Police:
Troop C
Princeton

I only heard half of this dispatch:

Cruiser: I have located the debris on Route 1.
Dispatch: Received. The nature of the debris?
Cruiser: It is the remains of a grandfather clock.
<With absolutely NO pause.>
Dispatch: Received. Thank you for that timely information.

(I guess a quick sense of humor is required as well as a bachelor's degree).
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that avatar makes me think back of the old VP(virtual places) chat days, wow
Another one,

SCSO Deputy-Is there a unit on the roof of Quiznos Sub.
Casselberry PD Dispatcher-I don't think there is a unit on the roof.
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I can think of two funny incidents I heard years ago. The first was back in 1978 when a fireworks factory exploded in northern Monroe County and the Flat Rock Post went out to investigate the area because all of the windows were either blown out or damaged within five mile radius. All that was left of the factory was a large crater.


The State Trooper in car 25-6 was reporting back to the Post, "25-6 to 25, I checked the house at the end of the road and all the windows were blown out and the force of the explosion was so great, a parrot in a cage had all of it's feather's blown off, but appears to be just fine."


"25-6 from 25, 10-4 make sure you note the parrot's condition in your report."


"25-6 10-4, upon investigating the parrot he looked to be in a state of shock and was squaking 'Oh yeah baby' repeatedly."


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The second one took place near Frog Island, in Ypsilanti, Michigan back in 1985. The 9-1-1 operator had received a call of nude man getting out of a Rolls Royce and was walking nude. The dispatcher put the call out for car 212 to respond, with 215 to back him up. Car 211 who was a female officer decided to respond also.

"211 [tires squealing / engine accelerating at a high rate of fuel consumption] I am also responding from M-17 and Mansfield."

"205 to 211 SLOW DOWN, this is a not an emergency call, and besides you don't know if he's single or not."

Everyone in the Dispatch Center was laughing so hard afterwards. And yes car 211 was first on the scene!


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One sunday night at college (this was about a decade ago), my scanner picked up people talking on certain frequencies about what they did on friday or saturday night while in search mode. Of course I quickly locked out those frequencies when I realised I was monitoring private transmissions, but I couldn't help but hear some rather interesting and hilarious conversations. I would have listened every night if it wasn't for those darn FCC regulations. I'm sure I would have heard a lot of interesting things.
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If it was cordless phones operating on lo-band then it's legal to listen to. Cell phones of course are a no-no.
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