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Lt. Maureen Mason (Character)
from "Detroit 1-8-7" (2010)

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Detroit 1-8-7: :  -- A preview of the new ABC police drama "Detroit 1-8-7."

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Lieutenant Maureen Mason

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  1. "Detroit 1-8-7"
        - Blackout (2011) TV episode, Played by Aisha Hinds (as Lieutenant Maureen Mason)
        - Motor City Blues (2011) TV episode, Played by Aisha Hinds (as Lieutenant Maureen Mason)
        - Stone Cold (2011) TV episode, Played by Aisha Hinds (as Lieutenant Maureen Mason)
        - Legacy/Drag City (2011) TV episode, Played by Aisha Hinds (as Lieutenant Maureen Mason)
        - Beaten/Cover Letter (2011) TV episode, Played by Aisha Hinds (as Lieutenant Maureen Mason)
          (13 more)

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From "Detroit 1-8-7: Murder in GreekTown/High School Confidential (#1.5)" (2010)
Simone Mason: [Lt. Mason and her daughter are in the middle of an argument in the womens locker room] ... Nothing, I already told you, okay?
Lieutenant Maureen Mason: Simone.
Simone Mason: What? Just because I don't think Lance killed Kandace, means I know who did?
Lieutenant Maureen Mason: Do you have any idea who it could be?
Simone Mason: Are you asking me as a Lieutenant or my mom?
Lieutenant Maureen Mason: Both.
Simone Mason: Y-you know what kids call me at school? Narc. Or, 'Here comes the 'Snitch-Bitch'.' No one wants me at their parties because they think that if they pull out a beer or something, I'm going to run home and tell mommy.
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