Home Is Where the Officer Is – Washington Post – August 11, 2004

…Andrew Adkins residents still speak with great affection of Evans’s predecessor, Jim Klock, who left in January.

“Wait, wait, I want to show you something,” Mary Williams, 40, said during one of Evans’s recent patrols. She ran into the house and returned with two autographed studio head shots of Klock — pictures that adorn many residents’ homes. Klock, 28, left the force briefly for a stint in Hollywood, where he landed a small role on the soap opera “Passions,” which became “must-see TV” at the housing complex. He is now a detective with the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office….

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