Tag: Officer

Hitchhiker Writes This Online After Police Officer Gives Him A Ride Home From Failed Ski Trip

After a failed ski trip, a man was forced to stand on the side of the road and try to hitchhike his way back home.   Moments after, a police officer pulled up to him on the side of the road and asked if he needed a ride home.   Several weeks later, after debating multiple times on how to thank the officer, the man decided to share his story on a Facebook post below:     Rest in peace Officer Taylor, you are appreciated and will be remembered....

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Officer Has The Best Response When Lawyer Tries To Question Him In Court

This story involves a motorcycle officer who stopped a man for running a red light.   The man starts to insult the officer and tries to stir up a fight, and despite all this, the officer remains professional and respectful.   When the man takes it to court, the officer has the perfect response towards the man’s lawyer.   Read what happened below:       LOL. He sure told him. Share with your friends and family if you laughed.   h/t The Daily...

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Police Officer Pulls Over Student And Helps Him Tie His Tie

A University of Wisconsin-Stout student was pulled over for speeding near his campus when he was rushing to give a presentation. When police questioned him about his reasoning behind his actions, he told the officer he didn’t know how to tie his tie.   Officer Martin Folczyk spotted the student’s BMW speeding and was the one to initiate the pull-over.   The driver said, “I have to get a tie tied,” “I have a presentation and I thought my buddy was home but he’s not, and I’m running behind.”   Officer Folczyk told him to grab his license and...

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Policer Officer Decides To Lay Down Next To Kid Who's Having A Bad Day To Cheer Him Up

When a mother says that lately her boy has been having a rough time, a police officer decides to try something new. An officer from the Indiana State Police decided to lay down next to the boy who had a tough morning and fell on the floor. He explains that he wanted to, “get on his level and talk to him.” His action shows us that kids are able to have bad days just like any other person would and that you must relate to them to be able to get down to their level and talk to them....

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