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Gobert is so valuable as a paint patrolman that the Jazz do their best to keep him as close to the basket as possible, as often as possible.
As Lanny Johnson, a former ski patroller, says, “There’s nowhere in the world where you can work as a ski patrolman related to avalanche hazard that’s any more dangerous than Alpine Meadows.”
The officer who shot Myers was identified as Jason Flanery, a 32-year-old white patrolman.
Well, the kid sued, the papers got it, and soon the chief wanted to see Patrolman France—privately.
See, a hippie came through town, so Patrolman France arrested him.
“I shot him,” Michele Wanko, 42, reportedly told Parkside Police Patrolman Brian McNeill Jr.
There was no time now to seek out the patrolman on the post; the job must be all his.From Place to Place|Irvin S. Cobb
The eye of one man, punched out by a patrolman's club, hung on his cheek.American Sketches|Charles Whibley
He summoned a patrolman to guide them to the wireless rooms and wished the boys success.The Secret Wireless|Lewis E. Theiss
One young girl's fall was broken by a policeman's brawny arms—no other than Patrolman Chandler.
This was the girl Patrolman Chandler caught in his arms, who laughed and then fainted away.