The Kern County, California, Sheriff’s Department orders plain white
patrol units and has the graphics applied locally. In this case, what
they ordered was not quite what they got.

This car was driven for 1 week before an officer noticed what the graphics company employee did on the passenger side of the car. The employee did this on his last day working for the graphics company before he retired.



nice! wheres the picture :lol


thats what i was thinking…

nevermind there it is.








did the guy who drew up the graphic get fined or anything? damn, that is sweet.


if i was teh cop who drove it id have just left it on there, its funny -


i dont know what happened with it… All I know is what the message said. It was sent from my old sgt. :slight_smile:


:rofl :rofl :rofl

That’s kicks so much ass!! I would have left it too. :rock :rock

The guy that retired left with some definate cool points. :lol :lol


Verni, did you hang out at doughnut shops when you were a cop? :banana


no, but like I said before, we got free dounuts!! :slight_smile:


hahaha that is funy saw it some where else but still funny how can you go
one week like that and not notice


you enter the car from the drivers door not the passengers door :dunno


they print cop logos on both sides :dunno


Maybe he only put in on one side :dunno


hahaha that is awesome!!


yea the funny one was the passenger side side, drivers side was normal.


Funny, but how did they NOT know it was there for a week???