Lucas Miller

Lucas Miller is an NYPD detective.

Life And Art
June 15 2004 3:33 PMCops & RobbersHow realistic is The Shield's portrayal of life on the force?
Flatfoot
Oct. 8 2002 5:29 PMTo Catch a KillerAn NYPD detective on the cops' best chance to nab the D.C. sniper.
Flatfoot
Sept. 20 2001 11:30 PMAir TimeLet's put a cop on every flight.
Flatfoot
June 21 2001 3:00 AMWhere in the World Is Chandra Levy?A detective puzzles through the possibilities.
Flatfoot
May 3 2000 11:30 PMSmoked OutWhat do cops really think of marijuana?
Flatfoot
Oct. 24 2002 5:49 PMThe Tipping PointAn NYPD detective on the wonders—and hassles—of public tip lines.
Flatfoot
April 19 2002 10:49 AMPolice BadgerThe 411 on sleazy law-enforcement solicitations.
Flatfoot
Sept. 13 2001 9:30 PMA Cop's-Eye View of the Disaster
Flatfoot
Sept. 21 2000 3:00 AMCulture of ComplaintWhat happened when I was accused of police brutality.  
Dispatches
April 23 2000 1:00 AMThe Elián Raid: A Cop's View

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