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Jill and Bill the male cop play a harmless sex game, but tonight, Sam the lesbian cop fills in for the absent Bill. 

After stopping Jill for speeding, Bill feels up her breast. Tonight, Sam pulls Jill over and discovers the game. Duty compels her to fully investigate Jill's body with lesbian dominance. Jill complies with lesbian submission. By the time Sam finishes giving Jill anal-oral sex, Jill wants Sam for taboo lesbian sex every night.

Samantha finally achieves her greatest ambition. The Rock Hill Missouri Police Department, where the holder of the Guinness Book of Records for giving out speeding tickets used to work, hires her. All the department's officers want to break the world record themselves.

The department assigns Sam to replace another officer, Bill, late Saturday night. Obediently, she stakes out one of the best intersections. She hides her patrol car in a dark parking lot.

She pulls over the first speeder, Jill.

A very naughty girl, Jill not only speeds; she can't produce her driver's license or proof of insurance, and she's driving someone else's car. A gorgeous woman with a figure that makes Sam drool, Jill obviously expects another police officer.

A woman alone late on a Saturday night. Obviously, she must take Sam's breath test in case she drank too much alcohol. After 10 minutes of French kissing, enjoying the taste of Jill's lipstick, Sam decides she passes the sobriety test.

Sam uncovers more evidence in the case - Jill's vibrator.

Does Bill make Jill come? The investigation proceeds....

©2013 Richard Stooker (P)2019 Richard Stooker

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