The Officer's Short Story: The Haunted House

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Growing up as a child I had a pretty ordinary lifestyle. We lived in a comfortable two story home with one and a half bathrooms and three bedrooms. I had a nice, cozy bed, clothes to drape myself in, and food in my stomach, what more could I ask for? We never really struggled to acquire things but we were not the most blessed family. At the end of the day, we had what we needed and that is all that mattered. My parents are the most diligent workers I know. They made sure all my needs were taken care of before theirs even if that meant they had to sacrifice something. Whether that sacrifice was time, money, or something of their own, my birth givers made sure that me and my little brother were good before they were good themselves. People …show more content…
This phone number does trace back to an address not to far from your house. I think this person might have faked being an officer so no police report would have been filed.”
We look at each other with our mouths wide open. Did we just get finessed? “What is the address to the phone number the ‘officer’ gave us? Can you guys come with us to see if this house is the one with our property?” “Sure i’ll send a few units with you guys to make sure you guys are safe. The address is 5681 Laredo dr.” We begin driving immediately to the house and sure enough, parked in the driveway was a green Ford Explorer license plate ‘381-WGI’ The cops broke into the house where they found over a one hundred thousand dollars worth of stolen property. Turns out the people living here had been going to houses they had robbed as a police officer so that they will never have to give it back. At least that is the end of their reign and I learned a valuable lesson that day. Children love to play cops and robbers but sometimes adults like to play both the cop and

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