Cop has affair with mistress. Cop works the night shift and spends at least 57 nights playing with mistress instead of bring on patrol. Cop falsifies all sorts of records to cover his tracks (of course). Cop parks his patrol car out in front of mistress's house every time he "visits." Neighbor calls police to complain about the police being parked out front so often. Cop gets caught. Cop "retires" after 18 years on the force and draws a full pension. Cop is charged with 80 counts of official misconduct and 25 counts of falsifying business records. Presumably, the affair ends. Mistress makes details of the affair public - like what they did when they were together and the fact that the cop sometimes left his gun where her kids could have reached it.
But here's the part that blew my hair back.....
Mistress sues the county for $10 million for failing to properly supervise the cop while he was on duty.
By the way, the cop was married and she was not.
Okay, Prowlers, how many of you can identify the mistakes the cop made in this situation?
Here's a link to the news story if you want to read about it yourself.