Thursday, October 24, 2013

Cop who bought shoplifter groceries: 'I could relate'

BRAVO, Officer Thomas!!!!

The Florida police officer who bought groceries for a shoplifter and her children says she did it "just because I needed to."

"She touched me," Miami-Dade Police Officer Vicki Thomas said Wednesday on CNN's "New Day."

"I could relate," Thomas said. "I was a single mom and, without the help of my family, that could have been me."

Sunday, October 20, 2013

loaded for bear

search & rescue

I'm watching ep two of the new season of Alaska State Troopers and I am AWED by the job the search and rescue guys have.

They had to hike three and a half HOURS to reach an injured woman only to discover that the helicopter would not be able to come for her because there had been several search and rescue operations, and they had no more flight time left. But a helicopter from Anchorage came to the rescue and they brought the woman to the hospital for care.

However, the search and rescue guys still had to hike BACK down the mountain another three and a half hours....hats off to them for their dedication!!!

kill 'em with kindness

i can't get over how HOTT it is in stockton.....

Sunday, October 06, 2013

gun play in Amarillo

saturday night in Gwinett

I think ppl use the legal system like it's a joke. "Give me a kiss. I love you," and then "Call me," after alleging that person abused you? Then to tell the cop it's a game because he 'knows ppl'? Sometimes ppl are their own worst enemies.

i suggest we remove the words

"baby mama" from the English language. How they ever got in there in the first place is beyond me. In this first segment of COPS,  all I could make out were the words "dude" and "baby mama". But "baby mama" needs to chill cuz she was bawlin' like biker boy was going to the pen for life!

I do have to give props to biker boy.  He was full of eternal optimism that he could out-pedal a police vehicle. Annnnnd we all know how that turned out.

Oh, and Knall was seriously hott....


mmmmm nypd handsome!

Saturday, October 05, 2013

could this school BE a tad more hypocritical?!

Rest assured if there was a shooter at the school, the school administration would be the FIRST ONES asking this officer to show up in his uniform WITH HIS GUN. And are the parents at this school so short sighted that they don't see the plus side of having an armed officer in their presence?! I did have to laugh at how the school said they "didn't mean to offend" the officer.  Nothing like insulting a public servant who is just doing his job as a police officer AND AS A FATHER.

A police officer who dropped off his daughter at her Phoenix elementary school was asked by the school’s principal not to wear his uniform to the school because other parents were concerned that he was carrying a gun, reported.

Scott Urkov is a police officer for the Coolidge Police Department. The department told him not to comment to media inquiries, but immediately after he received the no-uniform request, he posted on Facebook.


Happy Birthday, BG!!