Drunks to Drones: Life as a Beat Cop in Ukraine

From a New York Times story by Marc Santora headlined “Life on the Beat for Ukraine’s Cops: The Drunk, Disorderly, and Drones”:

In another time, in another place, the call to the police in Kyiv might have been dismissed as a crank. A resident living along the river had spotted a suspicious red light in the distance and was worried.

In wartime Ukraine, the reason for the concern was obvious: It could be an agent of Moscow directing a Russian missile to its target.

So Officer Dmytro Subota and his partner, Officer Anatoliy Kochylo, raced to investigate.