David Eastman

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David Eastman

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David Eastman

1526574 1092603467422973 103934876 nL to R - Patty Driscoll, Kenny Driscoll, David Eastman, and in the background Angie Halcomb
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Preakness 1978  Dave Eastman on his Horse "Mack"

1526574 1092603467422973 103934876 nHandsome, Tough Guy Face

1526574 1092603467422973 103934876 n Officer Norman Stamp and David Eastman at the 1976 Civic Center Car show

1526574 1092603467422973 103934876 nLooking at a drag racer outfitted like a police car they called it "Kop Kar" 

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Jerry DeManss, Leonard O'Conner, and Dave Eastman

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 24 Feb 1992  

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