Perry Freeman, retired Superior police chief, writes book
March 25, 2021
Perry Freeman is a retired police officer. He was Superior’s police chief for 17 years after he retired from the Colorado Springs police department. During his time with the Colorado Springs police force, he worked undercover and infiltrated an outlaw biker club. Freeman had the right meetings at the right times to meet the right people. He was actually able to meet at a table in a bar with club leaders and conduct business with them. They bartered on various levels over several months.
At the time, Freeman was working with the DEA and was a sworn U.S. Marshall which gave him authority all over the United States. There were various meth labs that provided many states with meth. The goal was to shut down the labs.
He worked in this capacity for quite a while.“We got into the mob in Chicago and the FBI told us to wrap it up. We arrested a number of club members and took down a number of club houses in other locations.”
Freeman later became an instructor at the Colorado Springs law enforcement academy. He was later a detective in the homicide unit.
Since Freeman’s retirement, he was contacted by an executive producer of
the TV series “Homicide Hunters” with Joe Kenda. The producer wanted to do a television series similar to this but did not get the green light to move forward. Freeman first wrote a screen play with the encouragement of Lew Hunter’s screenwriting colony. Then Freeman decided to put this screen play into book form.
He said, “The book is a fictional version of what I experienced as an undercover police officer in Colorado Springs.”
His book can be purchased through Amazon and has had 5-star reviews. For more details, see the advertisement in this issue.