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Shoot-Out In New Buffalo [09.17.2009]

In troubled economic times, landing a job as a police officer can look stable and lucrative. But 35 years ago, the small town New Buffalo, Mich. was having a hard time attracting new police recruits. So they'd approach boys in high school, put them through a class, and make them cadets - police interns. Barry Schroder had just turned 18 when he joined up. Also in this show: Starting My Favorite Things

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