"The juvenile turned and faced the officer, unzipped his pants, placed a fresh cigarette in between his legs and preceded to light it with a match"
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This is either an excerpt from a police report or a romance novel.
Now the juvenile gets to get tried as an adult
Proceeded* grammar police.
Matches, that's old school.
If I smoked, I would totally use matches. And I'd practice lighting them in front of a mirror so I could pull off that whole 1950s newspaper reporter thing.
Is this some sort of bizarre Mad Libs?
between his legs? or lips?
Then what happened? Tell me a story..
Report-writing is such a vital skill for law enforcement professionals....