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Officer Larry Robinson (right) is pictured here with business teacher Jon Spratt (far left) and engineering teacher Russ Pike on a Nov. 2017 trip to Universal Studios with business students.

Photo courtesy of Google Photos Album for the trip
Officer Larry Robinson (right) is pictured here with business teacher Jon Spratt (far left) and engineering teacher Russ Pike on a Nov. 2017 trip to Universal Studios with business students.

Have you ever had a question about the law but didn’t know who to ask?

Or have you seen the guy in the uniform walking around the halls, not knowing why he is here?

That’s Central’s School Resource Officer, Larry Robinson, who is employed by the Elizabethtown Police Department, and he wants you to ask him your questions about anything law enforcement related.

In the comment section below, let us know your questions, and we will pass them along to Officer Robinson.

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4 Responses to “Officer Robinson answers age-old question about suckers”

  1. Josh Kaminski on January 17th, 2019 8:38 am

    So Officer Robinson why can’t you play music in the school parking lot? Just curious.

  2. Officer Robinson on January 25th, 2019 11:11 am

    Josh. You can play your music in the parking lot or anywhere else. You just can’t have it so loud that it’s shaking the vehicle next to you. It’s just a common curiosity for everyone.

    The Kentucky Revised Statues (KRS) is what law enforcement enforce.
    189.020 Equipment of vehicle not to be nuisance or menace.
    Every vehicle when on a highway shall be so equipped as to make a minimum of noise, smoke or other nuisance, to protect the rights of other traffic, and to promote the public safety.

    Thank you for your question. — Officer Robinson

  3. Kaleb Burgess on February 26th, 2019 1:26 pm

    Officer Robinson, how many licks does it take to get to the tootsie roll center of a tootsie pop?

  4. Officer Robinson on March 5th, 2019 11:41 am

    Since Mr. Owl first dared to unravel one of the confectionary world’s most puzzling secrets in the classic 1970 TV commercial, dedicated Tootsie Pop fans everywhere have tried to provide a definitive answer.

    Many have attempted, and failed, to lick their way to the center of the Tootsie Pop. The temptation to bite and reach the embedded Tootsie Roll prize has proven too great… just like it was for Mr. Owl.

    He got to three.

    A group of engineering students from Purdue University reported that its licking machine, modeled after a human tongue, took an average of 364 licks to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop. Twenty of the group’s volunteers assumed the licking challenge-unassisted by machinery-and averaged 252 licks each to the center.

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