Md. 'Comic Cop' says what he can't in uniform
By Peter Hermann
BALTIMORE, Md. — On the street, he's Baltimore Police Officer Timothy Hall. On stage, he's the "Comic Cop."
His main job is locking up criminals by serving warrants around the city. His other job is that of a comedian, poking fun at the crooks he's busted and the civilians he's encountered. On the street, he has to be deferential and professional; on stage he can let loose and say things he couldn't get away with wearing a badge and a gun.
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