Whether or not an officer is in their uniform or on the clock, they are still always ready to help their fellow citizens at a moment’s notice. The altruistic nature is ingrained in the best cops long before they even enroll in the academy.
That’s something Victoria, TX, residentBeverly Kellis-Richard learned firsthand while making her way through Liberty, TX, with her brand new boat following right behind her on a trailer hitched to the back of her pickup truck. With her neighbor Brenda joining her for the roughly three-hour journey, she was pretty far from her own town when she noticed a snag in her latch.
Of course, just because the women weren’t from the county, a group of hardworking men from the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office were happy to help when they noticed the pair struggling to fix the unfortunate situation.
Kellis-Richardwas so moved by their selfless assistance that she shared the whole story on her Facebook page.
I have to admit, growing up with my dad as a pretty avid fisherman too, I was always pretty skeptical of the way a trailer like this one could hold the vessel so securely every time we took a trip out to the lake.
According to the comments on her post, which she shared with a message saying, “Let’s see this go viral!” it’s a level of care and dedication that the residents of Liberty County have come to expect when it comes to their amazing officers.
One woman was even able to recognize a friend of hers among the helpful crew of policemen. It’s always nice to see someone going out of their way to make a difference in someone else’s life. They might have been strangers, but they didn’t let that didn’t get in the way of spreading kindness.
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