After interviewing witnesses and skimming through evidence, Det. David Tosh tries to squeeze in time at a workout room in the basement of the Travis County Sheriff's Department.
"I like to get down here after work," Tosh said.
He uses the command gym for his daily workouts and also to prepare for the Police and Fire games. It's an Olympic-style competition for servicemen and women. Tosh has competed the last four years at the state, national and international levels.
"I first started competing in these games in track and field, but then the weightlifting came into play," he said.
He did the math and decided he might make the cut.
"When you break it down by weight class and age class, I thought I might be competitive in this," Tosh said.
So Tosh started mixing in his weightlifting training with his running regimen and took his new event all the way to the international competition.
"I had never competed in a world games," he said.
That’s apparently no big deal for this veteran and purple heart recipient.
Tosh did better than he expected, medalling in both his weigh lifting heats -- a bronze for the individual event and a silver for the push-pull.
The two medals in his rookie events surprised him even more when he compared them to the lack of medals his team brought home in seasoned track relays he's done for years now. The results might make him rethink his registration next year.
"I think I'm going to have to reconsider what events I enter into next year," Tosh said.