Clovis, N.M. Police Officer shot, suspect at large

Clovis police are searching for a man believed to have shot a city police officer in the leg after a brief chase on foot. 

The Clovis Police Department in New Mexico reported that an Officer stopped Anthony Baca on a bicycle for a minor violation and attempted to make an arrest for an outstanding felony warrant. The suspect was wanted on a felony warrant. The Officer was shot while attempting to apprehend Baca. Continue reading “Clovis, N.M. Police Officer shot, suspect at large”

West Virginia S.P. Troop H.Q. becomes safe haven for baby

W.V. Troopers arrested a suspect for D.U.I. and found a 1 year old baby in the back seat of the vehicle covered in vomit. Troopers took the child into their care at the barracks while waiting for assistance.

In West Virginia the State Police arrested a man on suspicion of DUI around 5 P.M. on Tuesday about 1 mile from the detachment headquarters in Princeton. They found a 1 year old baby in the back seat covered in vomit. Continue reading “West Virginia S.P. Troop H.Q. becomes safe haven for baby”

Raleigh, NC Police Officer Shot 1 other injured

Police are investigating an incident that injured two people, including a Raleigh police officer. 

Officials say it happened just before noon in the 200 block of Donald Ross Drive, near Wake Med. Police were called to the area to respond to a report of a person with a gun.  Continue reading “Raleigh, NC Police Officer Shot 1 other injured”

An Open Letter to Colin Kaepernick

An open letter was made public to Colin Kaepernick by a retired Police Detective Chris Amos on his Facebook page.

The sobering message written by retired Detective Chris Amos is a reminder of what men and women who put on uniforms every day do every day. It read as follows: Continue reading “An Open Letter to Colin Kaepernick”

Camarillo Police, Ca. Offer kids opportunity to “study with a cop”

Officers from the Camarillo Police Department’s Community Resource Unit will be available at the Camarillo Library starting August 30, 2016 to assist teens finish their high school careers.

Ventura County, Ca. Officers from the Camarillo Police Department will be helping kids in a ground breaking program to assist the teens in finishing their high school careers. Officers hope to do so much more than that though. Continue reading “Camarillo Police, Ca. Offer kids opportunity to “study with a cop””

Shelby County Sheriff’s Deputy injured when stuck by motor vehicle

The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office said that a deputy is now in stable condition after being hit by a vehicle Saturday night. Continue reading “Shelby County Sheriff’s Deputy injured when stuck by motor vehicle”

Michigan City Police Answred the age old Question how many cops does it take to change a tire?

How many Police officers does it take to change a tire was answered by the Michigan City Police Department

The WBL thinks that it took this many Officers because they had such a good time sharing moment with the diver of the vehicle. Just our opinion! Continue reading “Michigan City Police Answred the age old Question how many cops does it take to change a tire?”

Frederick County, MD Sheriff’s Deputies Check Burglary Alarm at a School – end up with a pickup game

Deputies from the Frederick County MD. Sheriff’s Department recently checked an active alarm in progress, what they found were kids playing ball. They acted upon what they found!

When Deputies from the Frederick County Md. Sheriff’s Office found kids playing ball recently after responding to an active alarm they did what came natural, they took a few minutes to play ball. Continue reading “Frederick County, MD Sheriff’s Deputies Check Burglary Alarm at a School – end up with a pickup game”

During traffic stop, officer calms girl afraid of police

Father thanks local officer for calming his daughter during traffic stop

After her father was pulled over by a Texas police officer, a girl started to cry as she was in the car at the time. However, the girl was shocked to see what the officer had no intention of hiding – and her father had just two words for the cop after that.

Michael Harris was minding his own business when he was pulled over by Officer Mike Collins in Frisco, Texas. According to the cop, his department was doing DOT inspections that day and issued the man a citation for a violation on his truck.

Unfortunately, Michael’s 7-year-old daughter, Mikylie, was in the truck at the time and immediately started bawling after realizing that they were being pulled over. According to her father, she had become wary of police officers after seeing the recent shootings between police officers and members of the black community.

“She’s seen a lot of stories on the news and one time she asked me why black people and white people are killing each other, I didn’t know what to say,” Michael said. However, Officer Collins wasn’t about to let that slide and was not about to hide the fact that most police officers are good in nature and are merely looking out for the community.

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Officer Mike Collins, Michael Harris, and his daughter, Mikylie (Photo Source: WFAA)

After seeing that Mikylie was crying, Officer Collins immediately comforted the girl and showed her that she shouldn’t believe everything she’s told. Showing that cops aren’t as bad as the leftist media would have you believe, he then gave her a tour of his police cruiser and let her push a few buttons.

 As one would imagine, Michael was more than appreciative of the time Officer Collins took out of his day to comfort his daughter and even snapped a picture during the exchange. He then posted it to Facebook with just two simple words for the officer, saying, “Thank you.”

“I don’t want her to feel that way about police,” he later said. “It meant a lot to see him take the time.”

During traffic stop, officer calms girl afraid of police096
Original Facebook Post by Michael Harris (Photo Source: WFAA)

As for Officer Collins, he couldn’t be happier that the situation turned out for the best even though he wasn’t expecting it at the time. “It was priceless. Hearing ‘Thank you for doing your job’ meant so much,” he said. “It’s a pleasure to see someone raising their children so well. It renews your hope in humanity. Mr. Harris is an excellent dad.”

 Although the left would have you believe that police officers are abusive jerks with a bloodlust for power, that just clearly isn’t the case. Officers are loving members of the community who have families and just want to ensure that their own community remains safe. Personally, I don’t think it gets any better than that considering the sacrifices they’re willing to make each and every day.
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Michael Harris and Mikylie (Photo Source: WFAA)

Aspen, Co. Police Officer handles wildlife complaint with a smile

Aspen, Co. Police seem to get their fair share of animal complaints, but somehow this one caught our attention.

The Aspen Police Department in Co. Posted the following humorous story to their Facebook Page: Continue reading “Aspen, Co. Police Officer handles wildlife complaint with a smile”