http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/124943_cporterfield04.html The Seattle Post-Intelligencer describes what it's like to be the one detective in a small town, in this case, Pacific, Wash., population 5,900: "If this small city in South King County experiences a homicide, Jim Pickett will be there to investigate. If someone breaks into your house here, Pickett will show up. If a child is abused, he will be the one taking the report. And if the patrol division of the 10-member Pacific Police Department gets overwhelmed . . .
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