College Cops Gone Bad

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College Cops Gone Bad

College Cops Gone Bad

By: J. Frederick Wehrmann

About the Book

College Cops Gone Bad is about the illegal and criminal behavior the author witnessed from his fellow police officers, both academy class #36, but also from older police officers. These true stories will shock you and surprise you by some of the lurid and extreme criminal behavior of trusted fellow officers. Most stories were hushed-up and never appeared in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. The main crime committed made national headlines and cast deep doubts about which officers could be trusted to protect the citizens from harm’s way.


About the Author

J. Frederick Wehrmann had just gotten discharged from the U.S. Navy in 1968 when he decided to pay for his college education by serving as a Fort Worth Police Officer. He is proud to have served his country and the people of Fort Worth. He hopes this book will have a profound effect on the way readers perceive police officers today, both the honest and dishonest.


(2018, Paperback, 62 pages)

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