A man who received news of his sister’s death was stopped for speeding, instead of leaving the man stranded, the officer stuns him by driving him 100 miles to join his family.
Ohio: Mark Ross found out that his sister had passed away, all he wanted to do was get to his family as quick as he could. While Ross was in a speeding vehicle with a friend through Ohio on his way to Detroit to be with family he saw the foreboding red lights of a Police car behind him. Continue reading “Grieving man stopped for speeding, Officer drives him 100 miles to be with family”
A man who originally resided in West Africa and immigrated to the United States recently recounted an encounter with a white Deputy for local news.
In light of recent national debate a man named Alex Darboe who is black wanted to recount his personal encounter with a white officer and how that went to show that not all officers are racist as portrayed. He told local news station WATE “I don’t see officers as a threat to me. I see them as my friends,” Darboe said. Continue reading “Roane County, TN. Deputy earns Praise from Black man who hopes to change tone of national dialogue”
Free Hugs man attempts to hug Police Officers is instantly berated by protesters for offering love.
Charlotte, N.C. One man trying to make a difference in a sea of hatred was met with intolerance by protesters for his brave act of compassion and brotherly love. After hugging a uniformed Police Officer the Black “Free Hugs” man was shouted at by protesters instantly who disputed his act. Continue reading “Charlotte, N.C. Free Hugs man gets berated by protesters for doing the right thing”
From our inbox a citizen reported what they had witnessed by happenstance when two Officers From Richmond, Va. Approached a person in need.
Richmond Police Department – Please know that the men and women who are in your service are appreciated by not only the people they serve but all of us. Media may not report it, but we will! Please read and share! Continue reading “Richmond, Va. Police Officers Pay it forward, Citizen notices – reports to WBL”
A heartwarming moment was captured in Knox County, Tn. During School and posted to twitter
A School Resource Officer in Knox, Tn. saw a student working on an assignment during school. While most people think that SRO’s jobs are just to protect the kids they may be enlightened to find that they do much more. Continue reading “Knox County, TN. Officer got busted helping out a young student with some school work”
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”
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””
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”
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?”
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”