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Tarrant police officer delivers groceries to woman caught stealing eggs at Dollar General

Helen Johnson stared in amazement at the piles of food accumulating in her small Tarrant apartment on Wednesday.

“The last time I saw my house this full, I was 12-years-old and staying with my grandmother,” said the 47-year-old mother and grandmother. “I’ve been crying all day.”


Lowell police getting national attention following viral Christmas video


The Lowell Police Department is now getting national attention, after they helped stage a Christmas surprise for people in the community.

A video, which was posted on YouTube Tuesday by the local police department, was put together by Up TV, a Christian TV network who instigated the plan.


Protecting those who protect us

In Memory of K-9 Kye

On August 25, 2014 Belgian German Shepherd, K-9 Kye with the Oklahoma City Police Department was laid to rest with full honors after being killed in the line of duty. During the funeral service Kye’s human partner, Staff Sergeant Ryan Stark, leaned over the 3-year-old dog’s flag-draped casket to give his K-9 protector a final goodbye.  K9 Kye was not wearing a bullet and stab protective vest.​

We need your help to protect our nations four legged heroes!
Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. has proudly partnered with Hayward DuPont to help raise funds to provide 100 bullet and stab protective vests for K9s across the country from now until October 10 at  11:59pm Pacific Time.  “Doctors Vesting K9 Heroes” campaign goal is to raise $100,000 for bullet and stab protective vests for K9s nationwide, including the eight Oklahoma City Police Department K9’s.
Each K9 vest award through these proceeds will have the embroidery sentiment “In Memory of K9 Kye, Oklahoma City Police Department””. Please help us honor this four legged hero who served, protected and sacrificed his life in the line of duty on August 25, 2014.
To date $4500 has been raised which will provide vests for four K9’s from the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department in New Jersey.

The Cop and the Motel Kid

My name is Chris Cognac and I am a police officer in Hawthorne, California. I have “almost always” believed in the power of positive thinking, paying it forward and making a positive impact on the world around me.

I have been a police officer for 23 years. I have seen so much violence, so much sorrow on the streets and as a detective working sexual assaults and child abuse that I had built up walls to protect my soul. It became hard to “feel,” hard to be happy when your world is a very dark place. So I created an alternate world for myself through food and writing. To make a long story short, I began the journey of the “Hungry Detective” so I could leave my demons in another place and through food and writing, be happy again.


When a Detective Learned These Kids’ Secret, He Took Matters Into His Own Hands: ‘I had Enough of It’

Pittsburgh detective Jack Mook is a hard-nosed, 22-year veteran of the force who lived a happy life of a bachelor — until he met two kids that changed everything.

Mook, who enjoys boxing, volunteers at a local center where he teaches underprivileged kids the sport.

“Mostly kids who come into this gym are street kids,” he told the CBS Evening News. “Many of them have been born into poverty.”