A few nights ago, one of the female Field Training Officers was coming on duty. She walked into the patrol room and up to one of the cabinets that each officer has an assigned drawer in. She opened her personal drawer to retrieve some needed forms for the night's work when she noticed a picture frame in her drawer turned face down. She turned the frame over to reveal a vintage print from the 1940's.
"Who could have put this in my drawer?" thought the officer.
"Who knows I collect vintage art work from the 1940's? she wondered.
She looked at the frame. At first glance it appeared old and weathered. But upon closer inspection, she discovered that the frame was, in fact, brand new.
"It's been hand treated to look old. The weathering job is too precise, too congruent and even, too balanced. The grain of the wood doesn't show through the paint the way it would on a frame weathered by time."
"Oh there's a card!" she quipped.
"Dear Samantha [name of officer changed],
I just wanted to thank you for all the time and effort you spent training me while I was there. You were like a sister to me and I still feel that way. I was at the fourth of July parade and I saw you there with your beautiful kids. You mentioned that you collect these and I saw it and knew that you would love it.
Question 1: How in the world did CJ get into the patrol room!?
Question 2: Is CJ stalking her former FTO!?
Question 3: WTF???