LMPD :: Louisville Metro Police Department

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Your, you're Just because a noun is plural and ends with an S, doesn't mean there should be an apostrophe unless you're trying to show a nouns possession of something. Just a basic understanding of the English language is not being "over educated". There are a bunch of other glaring mistakes, but some of them were just too hard to pass up.

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