December 28, 2000

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(Best of Bozo) Thanks to several Bozo news hawks who pointed out this story in a recent Ann Landers column. From Salina, Kansas comes the story of several plainclothes police officers who were at a residence conducting a search for illegal drugs. Their task was tougher than they thought it would be. You see, they kept getting interrupted by all the walk up drug traffic and phone calls from would be buyers. Finally, the cops called in reinforcements on the form of several officers who parked their marked cars in front of the house. This still didn’t stop the steady stream of would be Bozo drug buyers. Finally, the cops set up an assembly line type operation where they let the Bozos in the front door, arrested them and led them out the back to be carted off to jail.