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Christopher Porco was a young boy the first time he set foot inside the Bethlehem Police Department.
He was there with his Cub Scout pack, on a tour of the cramped squad room where the suburban force's few detectives still spend much of their time tracking vandals and solving burglaries.
It was a good town to grow up in, a place where affluent families organize structured play groups for their children, and parents take turns coaching soccer clubs in pastoral fields far from the dangers of Albany's inner-city strife.
Years later, as a young man, when Porco re... Read more