If your Thanksgiving celebration involves drunk driving in Troy, you can plan on this as your Thanksgiving meal... Proudly serving Lean Cuisine in the Troy lock up. pic.twitter.com/vRRWSEpS2O— Troy Police Dept. (@TroyMI_Police) November 21, 2017
"Do you have anything illegal on you?"— Troy Police Dept. (@TroyMI_Police) November 2, 2017
"Not that I know of."
I think we can all agree that this is something you should know.
Is that the missing member of the Allman Brothers band or an undercover cop? Ya just never know. #DontDoDrugs— Troy Police Dept. (@TroyMI_Police) December 10, 2017
Received a question about "urban deer hunting." Hunting of all kinds is illegal in Troy. This guy will be resting easy, living that suburb life. pic.twitter.com/2D3Kx16mM6— Troy Police Dept. (@TroyMI_Police) December 4, 2017
Some days you save a life, other days you look for a runaway cat.— Troy Police Dept. (@TroyMI_Police) February 6, 2018
It's called police work. It's what we do. ♥️👮♀️👮🐱
Look out officer Julian. Our Troy Colt mascot is going to speed away. 🚓🐎 pic.twitter.com/o7vxZXB6tg— Gail Yax (@gyax) December 15, 2017
Spotted in a Troy PD patrol car... 👮💙🦄 Everything is better with unicorns. Have a safe drive home! pic.twitter.com/5HHfnjJNA9— Troy Police Dept. (@TroyMI_Police) January 3, 2018
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