Police Stories

  • A Special Spot by Ingrid Dean Worried parents reported that their sixteen-year-old son was missing. They thought he had run away, but they had no idea where. When I arrived at their home, something ...
  • An Angel’s Warning by Ingrid Dean When I was young, my mom said she had a guardian angel to watch over us especially whenever we traveled or did something risky, like race motorcycles. She ...
  • An Angel’s Shield by Ingrid Dean In 1992, I worked the 12th precinct (now the Western District) of the city of Detroit in a marked uniformed patrol unit. My regular partner and I had ...
  • Free As A Bird by Ingrid Dean My mother, whom I loved dearly, passed away at the age of sixty-two. She was a lifelong smoker, which severely impaired her health during the last ten years ...
  • Ghost Alarm by Ingrid Dean Some police officers can never turn off their “light switch,” even while on vacation. They always notice peculiar things! In 1997, my wife and I rented an old one-bedroom ...
  • Her Voice by Ingrid Dean When I first heard the woman’s voice, I had been involved in the thirty-five-year-old investigation for eight years. This particular cold case involved the murder of a twenty-three-year-old ...
  • Spirits Of The North by Ingrid Dean I’ve never been what you might call “poltergeist inclined.” I enjoy a good horror movie as much as the next person, but I always dismissed alleged true tales ...
  • The Bower’s Harbor Inn by Ingrid Dean My partner and I were working the midnight shift. It was a cloudy, windy night. He was telling me about an encounter that he and another officer had ...
  • The Fatal Vortex by Ingrid Dean It seems like only yesterday when I was sent to a house alarm call that could have resulted in fatalities. Typically most calls are false alarms. Whether the ...
  • The Skull In The River by Ingrid Dean As a forensic artist and road patrol trooper for the State Police, I have worked on many interesting cases. Little did I know that a cardboard box placed ...

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