A woman caught shoplifting eggs in Tarrant Saturday didnt leave with handcuffs and a court date. Thanks to a Tarrant police officer, she left with food for her .ABC 33/40s story on a Tarrant, Alabama police officer who bought groceries for a woman who was suspected of stealing food to feed her children in December .TARRANT, AL (WBRC) - I said, Oh my God Im going to jail for eggs. My grandkids are not going to eat. What am I going to do? Thats what Helen Johnson was .Tarrant Police Officer William Stacy talks about this act of kindness toward Helen Johnson, the woman caught shoplifting eggs to feed her family on Monday.
It started with a complaint about a shoplifter but ended with an act of kindness. Instead of punishing him, a Kentucky police officer decided to help a suspected shoplifter after learning about his circumstances. WKYT-TV’s Garrett Wymer reports.
An Alabama cop decides to help out a woman in need instead of arresting her. After recognizing the woman from being called to her home before, the cop knew she was in a tough position. He decided to buy the eggs she shoplifted and told her to never shoplift again.
WQAD obtains video of a woman beaten by a police officer while under arrest for shoplifting. WMAQ reports the officer struck first, the attack sent the woman to the hospital, but that the officer is still on the job. The violent confrontation happened in front of the woman’s 1 year-old.
A teen shoplifting at Victoria’s Secret was caught with a dead baby in her bag. Tiona Rodriguez was arrested after the body was found, the girl telling them she didn’t know she was pregnant, miscarried after 6 months and didn’t know what to do with the body. An autopsy showed the baby was full term and born alive before being killed. Rodriguez is currently at Bellevue hospital and facing serious charges.
A police officer was spotted helping a mother duck and her chicks cross the road during rush hour in Louisville, Kentucky on Friday, April 13.This video of the cute interaction was captured by eyewitness Israel McCullough. It shows Jeffersontown police officer Diane Lewis helping the ducks cross eight lanes of traffic.Sharing the post on Facebook, McCullough wrote: “Today I watched a J-Town police officer help a mother duck and her babies cross traffic during rush hour. This was so awesome!” Credit: Israel McCullough via Storyful
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