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Larry Harnisch reflects on Los Angeles history

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May 8, 1908


At first I thought this story was left over from April Fool's Day. Then again, maybe not. Anybody else notice a key question that hasn't been addressed? Below, meet hard-drinking Police Officer Clarence E. Logie, a colorful character in early 20th century law enforcement.

Quote of the Day: "It took three policemen to put Logie in the [patrol] wagon and he fought all the way to the station." --The Times, on the exploits of Officer Clarence E. Logie, who was drinking on duty and spending time with a lady


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