When people are pulled over by the police, they automatically assume they did something wrong. Instead of writing the driver a ticket, this friendly police officer thanks and then rewards them for driving safely.
Colorado has now started a training program for state troopers to spot drivers under the influence of marijuana. The state has admitted that spotting those drivers who have toked up before hitting the road has proven a difficult task, so I thought I would help them out.
Police departments around the country often use some sort of the phrase 'to protect and to serve.' This officer proved just what that means by taking some time after a traffic stop to toss a football with a boy who needed someone to play catch with.
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