Someone set off a bomb at the police station before the cop tried to call in for backup.
Took out the phone line and the radio at the station.
More than one way to do it...
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12-13-2011 06:03 AM
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06-21-2012 08:51 AM
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The Chief , said he is on his own ...due to Budgets from the Mayor or he works alone because his partner just died from a non work releated injury or illness.. Try that
07-30-2012 08:23 AM
There's a few plausible scenarios I can envision, based on my experience in law enforcement. First, if there's a bunch of terrorist wreaking havoc, then it's realistic to think that all other officers are busy - and back up is not available. Also consider the time of day. Night shifts, in the early morning, usually don't have a lot of officers on duty. Another scenario is that the officer is either a macho type of guy who thinks he doesn't need back up or, as I used to do when the dispatcher would asked if I wanted back up, I would say, "Let me see what I've got when I get there.
An additional consideration. If he's been dispatched to a call, it would be reasonable for the dispatcher to ask for a status check. If this is something he comes on himself, he may not call it in, with all the adrenaline (though that's less likely).
I hope some of that helps.