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Grass Valley police officers continue Halloween hijinks ‘under-cover’ tradition

Grass Valley Police Chief John Foster, Police Reserve Officer Larry Aguilar and Reserve Sergeant Mike Walsh Sr., have been dressing up in different costumes and patrolling the streets of Grass Valley for 41 years.
Submitted by Grass Valley Police Department |

This is the 41st consecutive year that Grass Valley Police Reserve Officer Larry Aguilar and Reserve Sergeant Mike Walsh Senior have been dressing up in different costumes and patrolling the streets of Grass Valley on Halloween.

While they are on duty and ready to respond to any type of emergency they have enjoyed being in disguise every year. Over the years the costumes have ranged from being monks, cowboys, and 1950’s gangsters, as well as driving vintage cars in lieu of marked police cars.


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