The story you are about to read is true. The names have been changed to protect the innocent.

By Sergeant Joe Friday (Charlie Hutson)

LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – Duhm-dah-duhm, duhm. This is the city, Lafollette Tennessee, the largest city in Campbell County, 4.9 square miles. This is part of it, the flea market parking lot.

It was Wednesday, March 20th, 6pm with sunny skies, a slight breeze and the temperature near 70 degrees.

Me and my partner, working patrol in the east division of the city, time for Code 7, (lunch) we decide to check out the First Responders food truck rally in mid-town behind the city municipal building.

Upon arrival, we meet up (signal 8) with some of the guys and gals from the police and fire along with a couple of pals from emergency medical services (EMS).

It looks like the whole towns heard about the rally as we work our way through the crowd deciding which of the seven different food trucks we plan to check out. Just then my partner noticed a truck that she says we need to check out before we go (10-8 ) back in service.             

We got our food and made our way to one of the many tables complete with an umbrella for shade from the sun.

After enjoying a wonderful meal, it was time to check out the truck my partner noticed when we went 10-97 (on scene). This strange looking truck is where she said we could get the scoop, and she was right. I got rocky road and she got cookie dough.

Duhm-dah-duhm, duhm. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 03/22/2024-6AM)