There are many books about the FBI that tell stories of great cases, great agents and the Bureau’s great history. From gun battles to organized crime, political corruption and terrorism. This is not one of those books.
While most law enforcement matters are serious, there’s another side to the job that every cop, agent, trooper, investigator and detective knows is humorous. Previously, no one has taken the time to document the uproarious moments, that is until now.
Disorderly conduct is a collection of true stories from the FBI that will make you laugh out loud. The reader goes behind the scenes to see the oddities of the job. Whether arresting an actor while on stage, or catching them in a hot tub, executing a search warrant at the home of a grown man who, as it turns out, just happens to live with hundreds of toy dolls, or an office meeting that turned into a tribal council moment from Survivor. Disorderly Conduct takes the reader inside the lighter moments of law enforcement. Arrestingly funny, often hard to believe, but all true.