Scott Graham served 33 years with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department before retiring as a Sergeant in July 2019.
Sergeant Scott Graham
He worked in various capacities within the department, including custody, patrol, gang enforcement, internal affairs and narcotics. He continues to be part of the LASD Motorsports program as a retiree. Scott has been racing and building cars since High School. Prior to joining the Sheriff’s Department, he worked as an apprentice journalist for “Four Wheeler” Magazine where he wrote articles for the magazine and was involved in the building and testing of off road vehicles. He also went to College and majored in automotive industrial education and was a certified mechanic.
Scott is married and has four children. His hobbies include racing cars, water skiing, and camping with his family.
All Scott’s racing is done on his own time and expense with the help of sponsors. He thanks his wife Sharon, his family, and the Crew: Kris, Rob, Randy, and Sheriff Alex Villanueva for their support.
Lieutenant Robert FurmanBob is a 28 year veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. After working his jail assignments, he worked various patrol assignments at Lakewood, Compton, Century, and South Los Angeles Sheriff’s stations. Bob is currently a Lieutenant assigned to Communications and Fleet Management Bureau. He spent 22 years in the US Navy Reserves serving in both Seabee and Special Warfare commands. He retired in 2008 as a Chief Petty Officer after serving tours in both Kuwait and Iraq .
Bob competed as co-driver in HDRA Class 3000 with teammate Erik. In 2012 Bob and Erik secured a 2nd place win over all in the class. In 2011 they placed 3rd in class in the MORE Series. Bob and Erik are currently developing a spec Class Trophy Truck to compete in the Best in the Desert racing series in 2018.
Bob currently lives in Orange County California with his wife Helen and daughter Chloe. His interests include two and four-wheel off road motorsports, traveling, and entertaining family and friends.
Detective Andrew ArmesAndrew Armes has served the citizens of Los Angeles County for the past 15 years and still serves Los Angeles County residents as an auto theft detective.
He has worked in various capacities within the Department, including custody, patrol, and auto theft investigations. He spends his off-duty time with the LASD Motorsports program. Andrew has been racing and building cars since High School. Before joining the Sheriff's Department, he drove karts at CalSpeed in Fontana and later worked at Sprewell Racing building and driving some of the fastest cars in the industry at the time. He also went to college and majored in criminal justice.
Andrew is a family man who enjoys racing cars, boats and spending time with his family.
All Andrew's racing and events are done on his own time and expense with the help of sponsors. He thanks his wife, his family, and the crew: (BJ, Scott, John) special thanks to and Sheriff Alex Villanueva for their support.