On my way in received a message to call a "Sgt. M.". I call him and have a hard time understanding his rambling. He says he is a retired sergeant from another agency. He goes on a rant about a chase, helicopters, and a guy stealing cars. Yet he can't give me any specifics. Cops are specific. He also insists I come over and meet him. I got the sense he wasn't in his right mind and wanted company. I later found out he suffers from a bit of dementia. He might be reliving an old experience. I feel sorry for him in a way. That could be me in 60 years. We're called to teenagers breaking into a car. As we arrive an officer spots one of them who flees into a bayou. A citizen yells for us and we run down the bayou. I'm too old for this running sh**! A man returns home to become a robbery victim. A "routine" (I hate that term) traffic stop turns into a stolen vehicle recovery. A man was speeding and probably drunk when he hit a car sending it into a fence. Then his truck flipped over ejecting him. He landed on the street then his truck landed on him, killing him. A drunk teenager stole his parents' car. They chased and caught him but didn't want to prosecute. Meanwhile he bangs his head while profanely declaring he "don't give a f***!". He goes to the hospital rather than jail.