by Gabby Duran
right there, you hooligan!" Officer Rocco
Dumont yelled at the top of his lungs. The
hooligan in question, Dan Tony, turned and saw a
fat middle aged cop flailing his arms around. So
he laughed. And Dumont ran. Then Tony ran.
Dumont runs like a tiger. Fierce and fast. With a
sneer. A sneer so ugly, it brings criminals to
heel. A sneer so ugly, his dog cowers in fear
when it surfaces. Being a veteran of the Gang
Wars downtown does that to a man. He hates
criminals with a fiery passion, and he will hunt
them down and bring them to justice for the rest
of his natural life. Or retirement. Whichever
comes first. But we digress. Let us return to the
Tony ran for
his life. He was not going to get caught by
Officer Dumont. He could feel his sides hurting.
His legs were on fire and about to give in. In
front of him, a person jogged his way. Thinking
quickly, he grabbed the runner by the shoulder
and threw him at Dumont.
Dumont saw the
incoming pedestrian, and as he got closer, he
shoved the man aside. Boos greeted Dumont as he
noticed the crowd around him. Without breaking
stride, Dumont promptly flipped them the bird.
Such was the price of justice.
his pace. Dumont was rather far behind. Just
ahead, a man with the ugliest striped shirt
looked at him incredulously. In his hand, he held
a gun."Hey, Stripes." he panted. "Hand
over the gun."
GIVE ME THE GUN!"
him the gun, and Tony snatched it. Dumont was
catching up. He raised the gun.
goodbye, Dumont!" he sneered and laughed.
Not a manly laugh, mind you. Rather, it was like
when a 9 year old boy laughs. High pitched and
squeaky. He pulled the trigger.
down, clutching his shoulder in extreme pain.
"You'll pay for that, fiend!". Tony
only laughed, which as we've established before,
sounds like a 9 year old.
moron!" Stripes shouted. "It's a blank,
you imbecile! Run!"
back and saw Dumont running at him. With the
sneer. Tony ran, but it was too late. Dumont
jumped and dropkicked Tony, who fell down to the
dirt. Dumont quickly pulled out his handcuffs and
slapped them onto Tony's criminal wrists. More
policemen arrived, including The Chief.
job, Dumont!" The Chief slapped him on the
back. "Just one thing, though."
faced Dumont. "Next time, don't interrupt
the track and field team!"