Officer Saunders Of the Richmond, Va. Police was given a shout out for paying it forward before. He was noticed again doing what he does, helping the community.
A photo was captured and sent to the WBL that we would like to share and hope you will too it was sent with the notation: Apparently Officer Saunders (Richmond Police) is at it again! He helped a woman that ran out of gas during last week’s storm! Bless his heart! Continue reading “Richmond Police Officer Saunders is at it again!”
A N.J. State Trooper handled a complaint of a man who was panhandling in the Town of Hainesport, but instead of ushering him to just leave or arresting him for the infraction the Trooper paid it forward.
Today everybody seems to love to capture the things Officers do on the job with video, well one video surfaced that a Trooper with the N.J. State Police did. He was sent to a store where a man had been asking people for money all day. Continue reading “N.J. State Trooper Pays it forward to man down on his luck”
An 18 year old trekked hours late at night through industrial areas not known for foot traffic from his job on foot until an Officer saw his work ethic and did something to help him out. Continue reading “Benicia, Ca. Police find 18 year old walking late at night from job but not for long”
An Officer was shot during a warrant execution in Kingman, Az. during the execution by a 53 year old man who was then shot by officers who returned fire.
Thursday morning around 9:30 A.M. near the 1700 block of Miami Avenue Kingman police executed a search warrant for stolen property at a residence where a 53 year old man opened fire on Police Officers striking one officer. Continue reading “Kingman, Az. Police Officer shot, 1 suspect dead”
Seattle Police Department living up to the motto of ‘serving’ assisted a man in finding his briefcase of lost cocaine after his request for assistance.
According to the Police blotter a man requested the assistance of the Seattle Police Department in finding his lost briefcase that was full of cocaine. Continue reading “Seattle man asks police to help find briefcase full of cocaine”
The unfortunate shooting in El Cajon, CA. is explained.
The 38-year-old Alfred Olango was shot when failing to comply with officers instructions and taking a shooting stance after pointing what appeared to be an offensive weapon at officers. Continue reading “El Cajon Police Shooting explained”
A Greensboro Police Officer answered a 911 call to assist a motorist who wanted to share her story about the event. Since that time the post has gone viral.
The Greensboro Police Department was happy to hear about Officer Blake’s helpfulness and posted the following to their Facebook page: Continue reading “Greensboro, N.C. Officer goes above and beyond, Facebook post goes viral”
Plano, Tx. two men who were on the street saw an officer attempting to make an arrest started filming it expecting to see more police brutality. Instead they rushed to help the officer needing assistance.
Andre Harvey and Kirby Sample were waiting on the street when they saw a Police Officer jump out of his car and grab a man who just ran out of a 7/11 carrying a plastic donation jar full of cash. They did what is becoming very common and started filming it thinking the officer was going to be brutal. Continue reading “Plano, TX. 2 black men record Police encounter expect to see brutality end up helping Officer”
A West Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Deputy and her 21 year old daughter were killed in a double murder-suicide in Pointe Coupee Parish by an estranged neighbor.
Officers from several agencies were called to the scene of the shooting at a home in the 14400 block of Hwy 416 in Glynn, Louisiana around 4 p.m.. Continue reading ” West Baton Rouge, LA. Deputy and her daughter killed in Pointe Coupee double murder-suicide”
A 17-year New York fire department veteran was killed Tuesday after an explosion sent parts of a home’s roof raining down onto firefighters, police officers and utility workers, authorities said.
Firefighters responded to the house near the corner of Tibbett Avenue in Kingsbridge after someone in the neighborhood reported what they thought was a gas leak around 6:20 a.m. But when firefighters entered the house, they found what appeared to be a homemade drug laboratory inside a dark room, and immediately requested police, according to sources. Continue reading “9 Firefighters, 6 Officers Hurt in NYC Explosion, 1 NYC Battalion Chief killed”