Wayne Price remembers checking his speedometer the first time the Gage County Sheriff's cruiser pulled up behind him in the late '80s, lights flashing, as he drove a Beatrice street.
Price, a psychologist and part-time deputy, wasn't speeding.
He quickly learned that Sheriff's Deputy Burdette Searcey had stopped him to bounce ideas off him about the then-unsolved rape and murder of 68-year-old Helen Wilson in 1985.
Before Searcey got permission to pursue the cold case in 1989, he stopped Price three or four times.
Until Price asked him to stop.