Randy Wrangler is a character role-played by PENTA

General Description

Randy Wrangler is a Captain for the Blaine County Sheriff's Office, Badge #317.

Background Information

Randy Wrangler was originally a police officer working for the Oklahoma City Police Department, where he specialized in undercover prostitution stings. He also mainly broke up ham fights while in Oklahoma City.

Personality

Randy Wrangler is a loose cannon as skilled in investigative work as he is easily distracted. Wrangler's determination and unpredictability simultaneously causes headaches for his fellow police officers and places large targets on his back as he cracks down on the criminals of Los Santos. Wrangler is borderline fearless in who he goes after for criminal activity ranging from high ranking members of major street gangs to even the mayor of Los Santos.

When dealing with difficult suspects that he knows are lying Wrangler likes playing his cards close to his chest, often staying quiet about key pieces of evidence while trying to work them over in an interrogation room in hopes of being able to use it to catch them in damning lies. His other favored tactic is cutting deals for guilty pleas in order to drop bigger charges and help suspects out, even if he knows he could likely charge them for so much more. However he will not hesitate to come down with the full force of what he believes he can prove should they be adamant in denying him. Wrangler dislikes dealing with lawyers when he does this, believing them to simply muddy the waters with arguments of irrelevant points.

Wrangler displays behavior strongly suggesting he is a closeted homosexual, but he vehemently denies this when asked and is a subject that will quickly agitate him.

Momentous Dates within the PD

Rank Insignia Note Date
Deputy
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PD Ranking Restructure; Badge #317 February 5th, 2021
Captain
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Promoted to Captain; and appointed as Captain of the Blaine County Sheriff's Office. April 17th, 2021

Relationships

Maxine Feral

Maxine Feral and Wrangler are in a relationship. Initially Wrangler pulled her over and questioned her, suspecting Maxine of being a drug addict. Wrangler searched Maxine and found pills, which she claimed were for her glass eye, they later went to bench trial over the incident. Wrangler proposed to Maxine in front of the apartments, however Wrangler has since been mentioned how he wants to propose to her, however he abandoned this idea. Since Wrangler has expressed interest in the same sex Maxine has been dressing in a more masculine manner, although Wrangler vehemently denies these claims. Tracy Martell has recently told Wrangler that Maxine had died.

Department of Justice

Paige Green

Wrangler's relationship with District Attorney Paige Green can be described as tense at best and toxic at its absolute worst. Wrangler and Paige have butted heads on several occasions, almost always when Paige informs Wrangler that she's dropped a case that he has put together for reasons he would consider insignificant or irrelevant. After having dropped several of Wrangler's cases he finally reached his breaking point with Paige when cut a plea deal for his case against Miles Landon for the first degree murder of Roddy Benoit and attempted first degree murder of Sai Carter without telling Wrangler or any of his superiors. This angered many members of the LSPD, but Wrangler was beyond furious and without telling anyone disappeared for three days before returning to work. Wrangler's history with Paige has driven him to meticulously document everything he can about his cases to prevent this from happening again, but at this point he has little faith in her to pursue cases that aren't quick and easy slam dunks.

Los Santos Police Department

Johnny Divine - Life Partner

Johnny Divine and Wrangler work together often on investigations, and they have developed a good friendship in their short time of knowing one another. There was a time where there was tension between the two as complaints leveled at Wrangler prevented Divine from getting him into the Major Crimes Division. The two were since made Captain in their respective departments within 24 hours of one another allowing them to meet at work as both friends and equals in High Command. The day of their promotion they apprehended Mickey S together in an aquatic chase and loudly declared it "Captain shit" in a show of camaraderie, unable to contain their excitement anymore. Wrangler has made several comments indicating he is jealous of Lauren Forcer and Divine's relationship.

Blaine County Sheriff's Office

Olivia Copper

Wrangler and Olivia Copper are friends, and she accompanied him on one of his three days on boat patrol. Wrangler has sent her images that he was planning on uploading to his nature blog, and has a tendency to attempt to awkwardly flirt with Copper. Copper often defends Wrangler from the assumptions made by other officers.

San Andreas State Police

[TBD]

Major Events

Life Events

Boat Duty  

Following the 'road block' incident Wrangler was sentenced to three days on boat duty. In this time he boated with several members of the PD including Olivia Copper and Lorenzo Lezar, he began a blog named "Wrangler's Nature Blog". Wrangler would then be issued the punishment of being Andi Jones bodyguard for a day.

Spidercop  

Another punishment Wrangler was subjected to, this time assigned by Jack Ripley included cleaning the Mission Row of it's bug infestation. Wrangler transported dangerous chemicals to exterminate the bugs with no gloves via a leaky box, Wrangler mentioned this to Ripley but his concerns were brushed off. Shortly after beginning to clean Wrangler was bit by a black widow spider, and his unconscious body was moved into a puddle of piss. Wrangler was then jabbed with an adrenaline shot when he stopped breathing and was transported to Pillbox Medical Center where he became convinced he had developed spider powers like Spider-Man.

Wrangler climbed a crane, looking for crimes to swing to, Ripley attempted to talk him down, but upon Sam Baas telling Wrangler the location of a crime over the radio, Wrangler leapt off the crane. The fall resulted in two broken legs, which were vomited into by Lenny Hawk.

Wheelchair Bound and "Fired"  

After leaping off of the crane Wrangler was confined to a wheelchair for a period of time, although he insisted it was "for life". While he initially tried to continue doing police work from the confines of his chair, he continued to act out and having witnessed him leap from the crane firsthand Ripley finally had enough and he suspended Wrangler.

During this period Wrangler attended physical therapy with Emma Gaine and attempted to start a basketball team with little success. Insisting that his suspension was actually his being fired forever, Wrangler's behavior worsened. In fits of near manic depression Wrangler would be out of trouble one moment and encouraging high speed chases with the police the next. This inevitably brought him into contact with his coworkers, who were becoming increasingly worried about him. He began to believe that his physical therapy was pointless and stopped going entirely.

It was Katya Zamalodchikova that would force Wrangler to shape up. Her pay recently cut, feeling unappreciated, and tired of Wrangler's antics she called him and informed him that she'd decided to leave the city, uncertain when or if she would even be back. Desperate to stop her, Wrangler caught up with her in front of the Alta Street Apartments with the help of fellow officers. In front of most law enforcement officials on duty and the help of Emma he forced himself to walk just enough to prove that he needed her to stay, as she was one of the few people in the Department of Justice who he was on good terms with. Pulling him aside she discussed the events of the last few days and told him that it was time to figuratively "suck dick" to get back in the good graces of his superiors, be it Ripley or anyone above him. Wrangler begrudgingly agreed and would later speak to the mayor about Katya's pay in thanks.

When it came time to talk about his suspension, Wrangler and Ripley spoke frankly, with Ripley understanding that Wrangler's recent behavior had been a result of extreme frustration with the police restructuring earlier in the year that left him with considerably less freedom to work the cases he wanted to. They also agreed that the frustration was no excuse for his recent behavior. Satisfied with their talk, Ripley cleared Wrangler for duty again. With his badge back Wrangler's main concern became his legs. Still unconvinced of physical therapy's effectiveness he turned to an offer presented to him by Babalu Okonkwo, a powerful Voodoo King. With the help of Lenny Hawk and Tracy Martell Wrangler gathered the items he needed for Babalu's ritual which successfully restored his legs, but the success came at a lasting cost. To maintain the use of his legs Wrangler was now required to get blackout drunk once a month, sacrificing something living, and could not eat between the hours of 12pm and 2am. Unconcerned with the costs Wrangler celebrated by returning his wheelchair to Emma, launching it through the front door of the hospital with his patrol car.

Wrangler's 'Death'  
"Look, I already snitched on him once, alright!? If he finds out I did it again he'll never trust me again! It's for his girlfriend! He's gonna propose to her like coming out of a coffin! Like Jesus on Easter Sunday, alright!? SO FUCKING SMART!!! Promise me! Please! I'll never ask you for anything!"
"Why the fuck does this moron, every goddamned time he's close to something he wants, do something dumb!?"
― Lenny Hawk pleads with a furious Johnny Divine after Wrangler fakes his death

On the second of April 2021, Wrangler signed on duty and was acting oddly, mishearing words and being very airheaded. When Divine asked if he had a concussion Wrangler mentioned hitting his head that morning, and displayed signs on a concussion. Later on in order to prove to Byson he was fine, he got in a car and drove it headfirst into a wall. Byson pulled Wrangler out of the car and carried him outside, where Wrangler complained about Byson 'spitting on him' when it was raining. Byson then cuffed Wrangler as he was being belligerent and called over the radio for EMS. The EMS concluded that something was wrong, based on Wrangler referring to himself as 'Rascal Wrangler', and being unable to tell the number of fingers an EMS was holding up. He was then transported Pillbox Medical for a brain scan, despite his protests, shouting: "They're making me get a vaccine!" and "Call Lenny!".

Wrangler ran out of Pillbox Medical and stole Byson's police vehicle, leading to a short chase by the other police and after an brief exchange with officers Wrangler drove into another wall headfirst, sending him back to Pillbox Medical. Once put in one of the hospital beds Wrangler shared a proposal idea with the doctors, wherein he fakes his death and on his funeral on Easter Sunday pop out of the grave and propose. Trooper Tony Andrews and Cadet Cletus Cornwood were informed by Derek Bogart that Wrangler was braindead and on life support in ICU, however as Lenny Hawk was an emergency contact he, alongside Andrews, would later be informed about Wrangler's proposal plan. Lenny, already terrible at keeping secrets, snapped under pressure when simply asked what happened and proceeded to inform Divine of Wrangler's plan. Furious beyond words Divine immediately drove back to the Mission Row PD and proceeded to mag dump on the shooting range in a blind rage as Lenny begged him to not tell Wrangler that he had snitched. Despite his initial plans Wrangler returned the next day wearing a helmet to superiors frustrated with his lack of paperwork, leading to his processing and booking certification being revoked.

Voodoo Hauntings and Detained for Questioning  

On an otherwise routine night Wrangler and Domenic Toretti were riding together as Wrangler's booking and processing certifications were still revoked and as an FTO Toretti was able to sign off on them for him. Getting inside the car Toretti checked the glovebox and without warning earthworms fell out. Toretti told Wrangler to check the glovebox and they foundtwo legs, a skull, moonshine and a glass of red liquid inside. Ellis Pinzon accompanied the duo and saw the worms fall out of the glovebox. As they drove further the floor become covered in worms and the group began hearing drums. Wrangler had failed sacrifice a living thing to maintain the use of his legs. Now tormented by the supernatural Wrangler and Toretti frantically drove up north with the help of Pinzon to find an animal to quickly kill in a drive-by from the patrol car. Before the paranormal activity stopped Babalu's voice warned Wrangler that failing to uphold is end of the bargain again would have even worse consequences.

In the aftermath of the hauntings Wrangler and Toretti ran into Sam Baas. Baas immediately questioned what the horrific smell coming from Wrangler's cruiser was and why Toretti was covered in blood. Baas eventually saw the various human remains. Horrified, Baas washed his hands of the situation by simply telling Wrangler and Toretti to not get arrested. After parking the cruiser in the garage the rest of the LSPD quickly found the remains and detained Wrangler for questioning. Recieving an inopportune call from Maxine in the interrogation room a panicked Wrangler told her that he believed himself to be screwed and was forced to hang up. When majority of the LSPD began to question Wrangler what ensued was general chaos with Wrangler flip-flopping between the truth, half-truths, trying to pass the buck to Baas, and even considering telling the truth and how it related to the miraculous recovery of his legs. Complicating matters was Maxine breaking into Mission Row motor pool in a doomed rescue attempt where she was gunned down by multiple officers after shooting Tyme Reducer in the head with the officers suspecting Wrangler had instructed her to do so. Toretti, increasingly distraught as time went on, told his side of the story which, while truthful, did not line up with Wrangler's. In the end the LSPD collectively decided it was best to just drop it, but reminded Wrangler that they still had 30 days to level charges. Wrangler and Toretti were forced to clean their wretched cruiser as punishment.

Bid for Sheriff  

After a brief personal vacation Wrangler hit the ground running once more when the date of his major court case against the current leader of the Vagos Arush Patel Santana, also known as Speedy. Two weeks prior Wrangler had found eleven bags of meth on Speedy's person in a search after having detained Speedy for tackling him and in the raid that followed came an additional thirty one bags. All forty two were quickly determined by the LSPD's lab to have been identical; A clear case of mass production. Despite the efforts of Speedy's defense team Wrangler won his trial justifying Speedy's prison sentence for the offense, removed the meth from the streets, and dealt a loss of $25,000 dollars between fines and money seized as evidence. Desperately in need of a win after recent events Wrangler left the courthouse feeling very happy with the outcome as all of his charges had stuck, the only one having not being an overly ambitious reach pushed by the District Attorney.

The day after the trial was the day interviews for the selection of Los Santos' Sheriff with Kael Soze, Bob Smith, and Andrews. Wrangler quickly donned his classic BCSO ensemble and met with Soze and Smith for the interview, to which Wrangler felt that he did reasonably well in. After a brief discussion in the motor pool about the sheriff debate scheduled for the next day, an event that a few officers joked would just be Kyle Pred simply screaming over everyone, Wrangler was able to catch Smith and Divine outside and took the opportunity to ask for his certifications back. Smith agreed on the spot on the condition that all his reports were done, which Divine assured would be the case within 24 hours if it wasn't already. Fresh off his big court victory, his certifications back, and wearing his classic look Wrangler found himself happy with the state of things and decided to spend his day getting back to his roots by strictly answering 911 calls.

On the day of the debate Wrangler stood on a panel along with Kyle Pred, Jenny Hall, Cletus Cornwood, Travis Tribble, and Richard Dark. Questions were presented by Andrews, various police personnel, and even the people of Los Santos. Hot button topics included the balance between a Sheriff's street work and paperwork, the relationship between the Department of Justice and Law Enforcement, the long standing tenure of members of High Command, and the disparity between its presence at particular times.

Wrangler did not find himself under particularly heavy fire from his fellow panelists or the questions in general due to the presence of Pred who, as predicted by many officers, spent much of the debate screaming at other people going so far as outright hostility at times. Unconcerned with the latter three panelists Wrangler focused instead on Hall and Pred framing the former as another paper pusher the likes of which would continue the trend of High Command's general lack of presence in the city and the latter as a self-serving narcissist willing to stab people in the back to get the position and abuse it. Wrangler expressed the belief that someone in High Command should be in the city and stated a desire to, should he be elected, hire an Under Sheriff to serve as his right hand when he wasn't in the city. He also made clear his intent to make the path to promotion within the department clear and establish better communication between officers. Overall Wrangler departed feeling he'd done extremely well, but there was left with nothing to do except wait for the decision.

Despite the fact that Jenny won the votes in a landslide Soze and Andrews ultimately appointed Pred as Sheriff. They explained that despite an attractive resume and excellent campaign Jenny simply wasn't in the city as much as Pred or Wrangler. The promotions did not stop there however, as they also decided to promote Wrangler and Cornwood to Lieutenants (later elaborated to be Captains) under Pred with intent on designating one of them as Under Sheriff or to even have one of them outright replaced Pred if he didn't work out. In one fell swoop Wrangler had become a member of High Command and suddenly outranked Divine, Toretti, Malton, Ripley, and almost every other person that had been his superior until that moment. Soze and Andrews warned Wrangler that as he had ascended to High Command there was no longer anyone to cover for him anymore and that getting the position meant it was time to get serious. Fortunately Wrangler did just that.

The moment the meeting concluded Wrangler and Pred immediately began planning the future of the BSCO, the first order of which was bracing for a mass exodus as many officers had expressed that they would turn in their badges if Pred was elected Sheriff. In anticipation for this the two offered a transfer to the BCSO to Lenny Hawk, who eagerly accepted. While they would later offer transfers to the entire LSPD if they desired Wrangler and Pred braced for the possibility that they would have to have a serious hiring spree. They also explored the idea of a Human Resources department with Martell and made clear their intent to resurrect the Internal Affairs department. At his first meeting held after his promotion Wrangler announced he'd already started exploring the idea of different dispatch tones for different crimes and, long since sick of bank robberies dominating the time of officers on duty, expressed a desire to see a much stronger response to Shots Fired calls and other 911 calls. A new era was dawning on the BSCO with Wrangler and Pred at its heart...

LSPD/BCSO Civil War  
"Congrats again, Wrangler."
"Thanks, Divine. Congrats to you as well."
― Divine and Wrangler on their promotions to Captain of their departments

When Wrangler awoke the next day it was not to a BCSO exodus as originally feared, but the exact opposite. The LSPD was in general chaos with Pred green lighting many officers transferring to LSPD, many officers angry that Cornwood had been made a Captain before he had even been certified to run solo as a cadet, and even more furious that Pred was behaving as though he had all-encompassing jurisdiction over them. Now Wrangler now had to deal with the worrying issue that power was already going to Pred's head. He had started an all out brawl between the BCSO and LSPD in the motor pool at Mission Row earlier that morning, had spent most of his day tormenting Toretti, and was parading around the building as if he had all encompassing power over the LSPD. It was civil war between the law enforcement branches in all but name.

When word of this reached Andrews he quickly pulled Wrangler and Pred aside to make sure they understood that their direct disciplinary and promotion/demotion powers were strictly within the scope of the BCSO and not the LSPD. Wrangler made clear he understood this but Pred continuously phrased things in a way that had Wrangler convinced he was going to continuously try to exert control over the LSPD. A private confrontation with him later did little to assure him otherwise. Wrangler spent most of the day preparing to sort the BCSO by demoting under-performing officers, revoking FTO certs, and having them assigned to people who would actually do the job. In contrast to Pred's wanton poaching Wrangler instead focused on getting a roster of recommendations across both BCSO and LSPD which he would later discuss with Ripley. During their talk Wrangler disclosed to him the plans in place for demotions and estimated that 90% of the department was probably going to be getting one.

In the early hours of the morning Divine, promoted to Captain in the LSPD earlier that day, pulled Wrangler aside for a private talk. It was there they had a long overdue heart-to-heart and he revealed to Wrangler that between his promotion, Soze telling him that he deserved it two and a half months prior, and frustrated with Bobby's increasing lack of presence in the city that he had become Pred's inside man in the LSPD with the ultimate goal of succeeding Bobby as Chief of Police. Additionally, he said should it not work he and if Wrangler secured the position of Under Sheriff he intended to make a transfer to the BCSO out of spite for Bobby. Taking the opportunity Divine once again apologized to Wrangler for being unable to get him into MCD citing the paperwork as the issue. Divine added that should Wrangler ever lose his position that, with his new authority, he'd would have a home in MCD. Wrangler insisted that he wasn't going anywhere for a long time, a sentiment that Divine agreed with, and the two left the office with their friendship renewed and carrying ambitions of a new era not just for the BSCO but the LSPD as well.

Police Investigations

[PENDING]

Current Investigations

[PENDING]


Trivia

  • Has a "dark" sense of humor.
  • He is worried that he may start having bisexual feelings for men as an officer.
  • Likes to crossdress undercover as a prostitute.
  • Thinks BDSM is a gang.


Quotes

  • "In my goddamn county."
  • "You got 'Wrangled'."
  • " Good work, everyone."
  • "How does that even work though?"
  • "SUCK JAHBS GET YOUR SUCK JAHBS!"


Gallery

References

[TBD]

Randy Wrangler is a character role-played by PENTA

General Description

Randy Wrangler is a Senior Deputy for the Blaine County Sheriff's Office, Badge #317.

He was hired by the Chief of Police, Bobby Smith, and was approved as a BCSO Deputy in training by Sheriff, Travis Tribble.

Background Information

Randy Wrangler was originally a police officer working for the Oklahoma City Police Department, where he specialized in undercover prostitution stings. He also mainly broke up ham fights while in Oklahoma City. He’s also a known turtlephile!


Momentous Dates within the PD

Rank Insignia Note Date
Solo Cadet
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Transferred from the OKCPD - Badge #617 April 19th, 2020
Deputy
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Promoted by Undersheriff, Rocko Colombo - Badge #317 May 9th, 2020
Deputy
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Invited to join the Joint Task Force August 23rd, 2020
Deputy
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Quit; after a physical altercation with Dan Faily October 9th, 2020
Deputy
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Rejoined; after speaking with IA, and getting the promise of Dan being charged for assault October 11th, 2020
Senior Deputy
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Promoted by Thomas Metzger. October 18th, 2020

Relationships

Los Santos Police Department

Johnny Divine - Life Partner

Johnny Divine and Wrangler work together often on investigations, and they have developed a good friendship in their short time of knowing one another.
Most recently, their great teamwork was able to bring in Sonya Summers on the charge of Drug Trafficking; leading to a massive raid lead by Wrangler, J. Divine, and assisted by Ass. Chief, Thomas Metzger.

Dan Faily

Dan Faily - WIP

Kyle Pred - Patrol Partner

Kyle Pred and Wrangler don't see each other often, due to conflicting schedules, but they get along well and enjoy riding together.
After riding together only one time, they quickly created a strong bond. At the hospital, while Randy was being treated, Bryce Miller fiddled with the IV, and inserted some White Claw in it. This resulted in him going to the Intensive Care Unit, after crashing his Taurus while being life-threateningly drunk. Toretti tried to push charges against Bryce for Terrorism, but the DA refused to, saying that "only if this happens again he might".
Pred and Wrangler sometimes patrol together, and it usually results in chaos.

Domenic Toretti - Best Friend

Domenic Toretti - WIP

Scarlett Winters

Scarlett Winters has always be appreciative of Wrangler and his work. She has shown to be always willing to assist Wrangler is his investigations.

Owen Svensen

LSPD Sergeant, Owen Svensen, is also from OKC, and has expressed his appreciation for Randy's openness in topics that may be perceived as "taboo" in Oklahoma.
The two often bounce ideas about investigations when the opportunity arises, and critique their thought processes.

Brian Knight

Brian Knight - WIP


Blaine County Sheriff's Office

Lauren Forcer

Lauren Forcer - WIP

Henri King - Patrol Partner

Henri King has recently come forward and expressed his interest to Wrangler about being more involved in investigations.
Wrangler agreed to bring him along on investigations, and so far they were able to successfully raid Mona Sanchez (see major events).

Bexar McCree - Patrol Partner

Bexar McCree enjoys riding with Wrangler.


San Andreas State Police

Jackie Snow

Jackie Snow has been brought on, and helped with Randy's stings, as well as investigations.

Tony Andrews

Tony Andrews - WIP

Olivia Copper

Olivia Copper - WIP


Major Events

Life Events

Quitting the PD (October 8th-11th, 2020)

On October 8th, 2020, Deputy R. Wrangler brought his frustrations with Dan Faily, and the seemingly lack of a punishment he had received in a prior incident, to Chief Bobby Smith. He stated that Faily's blatant corrupt actions, leading to a case involving his significant other being thrown out, deserved a far harsher punishment than a one day suspension. His frustrations over Faily led to Wrangler stating that, "if things don't change, he'd be leaving the Police Department" [1].
When Wrangler began saying he would quit if nothing changed, Domenic Toretti spoke up; saying that Wrangler shouldn't leave because of the great investigations he had led/was currently leading in the PD. Following Toretti's comment trying to dissuade him against leaving, Wrangler asked how he'd feel if Faily left; "eh" was his response [2].
[Work in Progress]


Police Investigations

Sonya Summers - Drug Trafficking

Officer Divine took multiple pictures of Sonya Summers selling weed on the ESB cul-de-sac. When Divine believed that she had caught sight of him, Wrangler went in to arrest her.
Sonya ran away, and officers lost sight of her. Once she was found again, a brief shootout occurred, where Sergeant Clarence Williams was gunned down by Sonya, and she then fell off the Mega Mall. While incapacitated, she had a "headache", and Wrangler began to search for any drugs that Sonya may have dropped. In the first spot he checked, there were 340 Quarter ounces (5.3 lbs).
Wrangler announced it over the radio, bringing it to Assistant Chief Metzger's attention; causing him to come down from Sandy Shores and assist Divine and Wrangler. Deputy Randy and Officer Dan Faily quickly made their way to Mission Row to place the weed into evidence. Meanwhile, Divine gathered evidence in the bush where he had found her, as well as where the weed was found, with Sergeant Matt Rhodes as back up. After Divine wrote up a report of the events, including the evidence they had collected so far, they were able to get a raid warrant.
A Summary of What Was Found:
  • In her second home on Covenant; 1k Quarter Ounces of weed, guns, and drug paraphernalia.
  • In her Integrity apartment; 50+ IDs.
  • Her last car that was parked in the garage of Sean Tinker's home; 50+ broken guns.

Mona Sanchez - Coke Raid

Mona Sanchez - October 15th, 2020 - WIP

Current Investigations

[Work in Progress]


Trivia

  • Used to fear guns, but now has a "special bond" with Carlos "Cheddar" Sanchez, after shooting him while being DoC for a day.
  • Has a "dark" sense of humor.
  • Has a blog about dogs that he finds in Los Santos. @ Wranglersdogblog.blogspot.com
  • His uncle, Joe, wrangled tigers in OKC.
  • He microdosed on acid and mushrooms for seven days prior to transferring to Los Santos.
  • He is worried that he may start having bisexual feelings for men as an officer.
  • Likes to crossdress undercover as a prostitute.
  • Is an alcoholic, after being poisoned when Bryce Miller poured a whole Mango White Claw in his IV. He now carries beer on his person, after getting permission from Sergeant Brittany Angel, from fears of withdrawal.
  • Has had eight Hot Pockets a day for the last 20 years.
  • Every Sunday he meal preps 94 Hot Pockets.


Quotes

  • "Good comms."
  • "Bad comms."
  • "In my goddamn county."
  • "I'm about to get so hard."
  • "Tell them I'm coming there, and I'm hard."
  • "You got 'Wrangled'."
  • "Give me that bike, bitch!" - Strawberry
  • " Good work, everyone."
  • "How does that even work though?"
  • "SUCK JO"
  • "Let's go escalate a traffic stop into a raid."


Gallery

References

  1. Wrangler saying he was going to quit - https://clips.twitch.tv/MoistGloriousHeronNinjaGrumpy
  2. "What are you gonna do - Toretti" - https://clips.twitch.tv/ToughEasyShrimpWow

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