Blue line getting thinner in West Coast states as police take refuge in Idaho

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This story is the fifth in a series examining the mass-migration of West Coast residents to Idaho. Read parts one, two, three and four.

COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho — Seth Horst used to avoid telling strangers what he did for a living. “Police officer” felt like a four-letter word in 2020, especially in California.

Fast-forward a year and Horst stood with his family in downtown Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, watching fire trucks and police cars roll through the street for the city’s Independence Day celebration. The Kootenai County sheriff waved at residents from the back of a pickup truck, a revolver snug against his hip, Horst recalled. Cars, homes and businesses around town display the blue line …

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