Craig Glazer was an ordinary college student when he planned and successfully executed his first fake sting to get back at some drug dealers who had robbed him. The rush he got from the experience led him and a crew of 11 accomplices to mastermind a two-year, 33-sting spree that stretched coast to coast, posing as everything from local police to IRS agents and hotel managers. Glazer and Donald Woodbeck, his partner in crime, sniffed out some of the most sought-after drug lords in the country for the FBI and DEA like bloodhounds. For a while, the plan workeduntil Craig's world came crashing down.
Craig Glazer now lives a quiet life. He has even run for mayor of Kansas City, his hometown, where he is widely known as the owner of Stanford and Sons, the top comedy club in the city. Sal Manna has been a freelance writer for nearly three decades, with publications in Time, Playboy, People, The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Herald, and Newsday, among others. He lives in Valley Springs, California. 25 b/w photographs.