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That Time I Had a Gun Shoved in My Face

By a Cop

Photo by Max Kleinen on Unsplash

This was many years ago when I still lived in America. It happened in Morganton, North Carolina, and I was barely twenty years old. I had just finished work and was driving home. I worked at Race Track's gas station, and I saw all the local cops daily. They were given free drinks from our soda dispensers.

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J.B. Miller

J.B. Miller

Wife, Mother, student, writer and so much more. Life is my passion, writing is my addiction.

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