By Emily Corwin, NHPR
As a rookie officer in Nashua, N.H., Sergeant Lakeisha Phelps owned a little blue sports car. “One of the troopers would stop me like every other night,” she says, laughing. Phelps worked midnight shifts, and arrived in Nashua around 11 at night.
“He would be in the turn around, and I would see him pulling out, and I would just start pulling over.”
Eighteen years later, in her SUV with a car seat in the back, Phelps says, she still gets pulled over on her way home from work, about once a month.