PD Stories Podcast: Sgt. Sticks Larkin Talks About Being on the Gang Unit | A&E

Sean “Sticks” Larkin talks about loving the action on the gang unit and finding stolen guns. #LivePD
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20 thoughts on “PD Stories Podcast: Sgt. Sticks Larkin Talks About Being on the Gang Unit | A&E

  1. It's nice to hear him say the unit switched focus from dope to guns and why. The american people generally agree with sticks on this issue; resources like gang units should be taking away the physical power of the gangs (the weapons) and ending prohibition would destroy their potential for profit…

  2. Soccer moms and other people with some money don’t notice it’s an unmarked cop car, even if it’s obvious, because they’re not worried about cops or getting pulled over because they’re not ever doing anything wrong

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