Laura was driving Roy and me to Story time at the Westerville library. Yes, I was a passenger for a change. I saw the red corvette emblazoned with State Highway Patrol Laura with her younger eyes read the smaller white lettering (which is blurry in photos and blurry to my eyes ) that the vehicle was seized due to multiple DUIs (Driving Under Influence).
Here’s an article about how the vehicle is used
Meh. It ain’t nuttin’ but a durn Chevrolet. When I was in the Navy, stationed in Hawaii, on the Big Island, the police drove their own cars for work. You saw some nice police cars then!
On weekends they let little old ladies borrow it to roam the neighborhoods looking for discarded furniture to photograph. dc
I don’t actually look for the abandoned furniture. It just shows up, right in front of me.
That’s what you and my sister always said about TROUBLE! Dc
So I wonder what the police use it for?!
Now those are quite the wheels. Probably pretty effective in catching unsuspecting speeders and those who opt to drink and drive.