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Central Intelligence Agency - Media Archive GirlyPrimis replied in Squads
Role Play Number: 75
Participants in The RP: ZIP
RP Scenario: The construction company ZIP was working on a tunnel at the LV-LS Highway. During their construction they found an old WW2 bomb inside this tunnel. They quickly informed the SAPD about there found and closed of the tunnel completly. Since there was no actibe bomb defusal squad available at the time they PD contacted Agent Ricarda from the CIA to handle it. She carefully drove to the tunnel and had a quick briefing. After getting the needed information she took her equiptment and went into the tunnel. After a few sweaty minutes she defused the bomb, right as backup arrived. The construction could continue.
Central Intelligence Agency - Media Archive TaJ replied in Squads''MEGAPHONE : TO THE SIDE, PLEASE.''
Role Play Number: 74.
Participants in The RP:
RP Scenario: August 23rd, 2019. The month is closer to its end but not the spirit of Central Intelligence Agency's TaJ. The agent has rejoined the agency since more than a month now and with every passing day, his spirit of contributing to the agency and hence his hometown San Andreas increases bit by bit. The agent today was at the headquarter all day long working on some department accountancy files when by the evening he requested his senior to deligate the work to a junior for a while so as to go for an evening patrol in the "fresh air that I kinda miss now". The desired then came true and the agent was out on a solo patrol around the city of Las Venturas. Passing through the Pay n' Spray road onto the Old Strip road, the agent saw an suspicious person with an unusual sort of orange vehicle. This sure wasn't a reason to pull someone over, but shattered rear glass is surely a big reason and thus the agent made up his mind to pull over the person to look into the matter since it was not safe to be driving the vehicle in that condition, the fact how it broke was another worry since rear glasses are usually made of a hard glass and thus very unlikely to be broken. Anyways, as the agent used his vehicle's siren, it sure did not seem working for the suspect since loud music of his vehicle was hearable even to the agent. TaJ then decided to use the long unused megaphone to ask him to pull over for a little investigation. The suspect did hear this one however, and pulled over. The agent approached the suspect who had already come out of the vehicle figuring what exactly was wrong here. The agent then told him the actual reason of the pull over, i.e. the broken rear shield. And the reasoning for that was "Some truck's wheel at the hilly terrain of Whetstone made a stone hit the window during my trip there two days ago. I'm already planning to get it fixed, agent". The explanation was sure good but so as to make sure there was nothing hidden in the innocense, the agent asked for his Licensing and Vehicular documents which all seemed clear as far as the government's record was to show. At this moment then the agent returned back the documents and suggested him to get the repairs made as soon as possible since it was unsafe, as discussed above. The suspect totally understood the agent's worry and promised to work on it as soon as possible. Now the agent shook hands with the person as he let him go and eventually himself went back to his vehicle to continue the "fresh air" movement, the patrol.
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Central Intelligence Agency - C.I.A. GirlyPrimis replied in Territorial Support Group (TSG)