Hometown Police Blotter: Volume One: Nevada County, California

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AuthorHouse, Nov 23, 2010 - Humor - 252 pages
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Truth, as they say, is stranger than fiction. In the case of Hometown Police Blotter, real life is by far funnier than fiction. This collection of ludicrous, ridiculous and incredulous calls made to local law enforcement couldnt be more entertaining. We couldnt make this sh*t up, even if we tried!, says co-creator/art director Sean Michael Beyer.

But wait, theres pictures too! The best of the best have been brought to life through the demented eyes of artist David Star Fields with hilarious illustrations of how the caller, alleged perpetrator and/or responding law enforcement might look.

Co-creator Andy Spurlock says, This book is destined to win a Pulitzer for Best Bathroom Reading!

And while youre laughing your arse off... whether youre in the bathroom or not, know that a portion of proceeds from the sale of this book help support scholarships and continued funding of the arts and music in schools. Enjoy!

 

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Contents

FAMILY MATTERS
1
UNDER THE INFLUENCE
25
DELINQUENTS
47
DUMB MOFOS
73
LOVE THY NEIGHBOR
109
ANIMAL MAGNETISM
135
CUCKOO CLOCKS
157
JUNK DRAWER
207
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ABOUT THE GUYS WHO MADE THE BOOK

Andy Spurlock – lives in Las Vegas with his family. He enjoys his kids’ activities, volunteering, officiating amateur boxing, movies, and college football. He likes the eccentric people in Las Vegas but still thinks they can’t compete with the local folks of his former hometown in Northern California. He desperately hopes the Pulitzers start a new category of “Best Bathroom Book” before this goes to print as he has already booked his travel plans to the award ceremony.

Sean Michael Beyer – a self-proclaimed “jack of all trades, master of some,” Beyer has worked in the entertainment business since he moved to Southern, CA in 1989. He has directed & produced two independent feature films, numerous award-winning short films, music videos, commercials, infomercials, webisodes and is an accomplished graphic artist. He also plays the piano, does abstract paintings & drawings and has a bunch of tattoos. In his spare time he enjoys cooking, fine wine, dirty martinis, and spending money.

David ‘Star’ Fields – inspired by the 2D animators of the 80’s and 90’s John Kricfalusi (Ren n Stimpy) and Jhonen Vasquez (Invader Zim), Fields always wanted to be an artist. From the time he could hold a pen, he constantly drew what came to mind, realizing very early on in life that what he found funny, most people found offensive.

“I have to give thanks to my mentor and good friend Anthony Dejesus whose amazing talent has inspired me to strive to do my best work and be the best artist I can. This book was one of the most fun projects I’ve ever worked on and I’m very thankful to get the opportunity to do what I love.”

ABOUT THE GUYS WHO MADE THE BOOK

Andy Spurlock – lives in Las Vegas with his family. He enjoys his kids’ activities, volunteering, officiating amateur boxing, movies, and college football. He likes the eccentric people in Las Vegas but still thinks they can’t compete with the local folks of his former hometown in Northern California. He desperately hopes the Pulitzers start a new category of “Best Bathroom Book” before this goes to print as he has already booked his travel plans to the award ceremony.

Sean Michael Beyer – a self-proclaimed “jack of all trades, master of some,” Beyer has worked in the entertainment business since he moved to Southern, CA in 1989. He has directed & produced two independent feature films, numerous award-winning short films, music videos, commercials, infomercials, webisodes and is an accomplished graphic artist. He also plays the piano, does abstract paintings & drawings and has a bunch of tattoos. In his spare time he enjoys cooking, fine wine, dirty martinis, and spending money.

David ‘Star’ Fields – inspired by the 2D animators of the 80’s and 90’s John Kricfalusi (Ren n Stimpy) and Jhonen Vasquez (Invader Zim), Fields always wanted to be an artist. From the time he could hold a pen, he constantly drew what came to mind, realizing very early on in life that what he found funny, most people found offensive.

“I have to give thanks to my mentor and good friend Anthony Dejesus whose amazing talent has inspired me to strive to do my best work and be the best artist I can. This book was one of the most fun projects I’ve ever worked on and I’m very thankful to get the opportunity to do what I love.”

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