They're students, nurses, project managers, foster care workers, lab managers, moms ... and professional badasses.
Miranda Munson is a deputy sheriff in Oklahoma. She’s also an international league football player.
The 36-year-old specializes in criminal investigations, focusing mainly on crimes that take place in Tulsa’s biggest jail, the David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center, which she describes as "a city within itself."
To unwind from her day job, she needs hobbies: the St. Louis Cardinals, her friends and family, her Belgian Malinois, and Baxy — an old partner from when she was on the K-9 unit.
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