Well, I've been patrolling the roads of Iberia Parish for nigh on 2 months now, and so far it's been pretty amazing. I work with a great bunch of people, and I dig the community as a whole (no pun intended). Getting to scour the same areas for crime as Dave is a remarkable experience, as is hearing all the war stories from veteran officers. I was on foot patrol on Main Street this past weekend (late nights, when all the social outlets are in full rancor) and had a brief conversation with a gentleman who said he knew you personally. I'm sorry I don't recall is name at the moment, (he told it to me amidst a large and boisterous crowd of revelers, so I didn't really catch it) but he was an older gentleman, affiliated with one of the establishments downtown. Perhaps Carabella's, on Iberia at Main?
Anyway, I'm assigned to the parish, which means I don't work inside New Iberia much, but that's fine with me. I enjoy the larger area and the rural settings more, anyway. I've been down Crochet Road several times, and passed by the spot of the LeBlanc/Bourque murders, (as well as the spot where Crustacean Man was found). It's a surreal experience, every time. I actually made my first arrest as an Iberia Parish Deputy, on Crochet Road, no farther than a quarter of a mile from that spot.
I eagerly await the return of Dave and Clete. You can bet the ranch I'll be there on release date, as close to the front of the line as I can arrange, to get my copies.