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Princess Lee Danzy, is 26 years old (09/13/1989) and is a native of Hamburg (Class of 2006 - Hamburg High School). She is one of the newly hired ABC Enforcement agents to replace ones that "resigned" under pressure from tainted ABC Enforcement Director Boyce Hamlet. Danzy came to the ABC from the Pine Bluff Police Department where Danzy was a bike patrol officer and part of that departments newly formed 'Quality of Life Division'.  That division  was described by PBPD Chief Jeff Hubanks as "a concept division tasked with achieving difficult goals.  That reeks of a federal grant and policing in "Crime Bluff" would be difficult much less trying to achieve any type of goal.


Danzy liked to post a lot of selfies of her in her uniform showing off her latest hairdo.

Back in 2012, Danzy worked with AmeriCorps in some capacity and submitted a video of the Pine Bluff group in an AmeriCorps video contest.


Danzy was traumatized in March 2014 when a man shot and killed himself right in front of her.

Danzy recently asked her church to pray for her.  Maybe she is regretting her decision to go to work for ABC Enforcement since the Hamlet scandal has erupted and damaged the reputation and credibility of the Alcoholic Beverage Control agency.


It's interesting to note that children are not welcome at church services.

Good thing she did not go there when she was a kid...


Here are some little known facts about Princess Danzy:

Danzy likes to lounge by the pool on her days off...

she also likes to cool her feet in the water...

Danzy likes to vacation in the off season...

Danzy likes to go to flea markets...

Danzy can also be a little boitchy...


Danzy better watch out dissing DFA/ABC vendors like Cruse Uniforms & Equipment, DFA has a policy against that.

Danzy likes to post a lot of selfies on social media and flash signs...


Send Agent Danzy an email and welcome her to ABC Enforcement!

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