Pimp my patrol car: Someone has to add those bells and whistles


Michelle Machado
The Record
 
STOCKTON, Calif.  — Jerry LaBarber is probably one of the few people who can strip parts from police cars and get away with it.

LaBarber is a city of Stockton mechanic whose job is to remove reusable components from retired Police Department cars and reinstall them on those just delivered from the Ford factory.

A recent trip to his shop revealed a shotgun holder on one workbench, a light bar control and computer screen assembly on another, and back seats of molded plastic stacked outside the door.

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