After Minor Traffic Violation, Hours later…Woman is Shocked When She Hears a Knock at Her Door


When Brevard County Sheriff’s Deputy Sean Cronin and Field Officer Anthony Gonnelly stopped a vehicle that had a mother and an infant child, they immediately noticed that the car this mother was driving did not have a child safety seat.

To make a long story short, they issued the woman a citation for not properly securing her infant child.

However, it is what they did AFTER the woman pulled away that has caused other citizens to give them some serious praise.

You see, these law enforcement officers realized fairly quickly that this was a family down on their luck, so when these officers showed up at this mother’s door later on, how do you think she reacted?

If you ask her, she probably thought something along the lines of, “Oh good grief, what is it this time?”

Now, if you ask the liberal news media, they would probably smugly say something like, “Oh yes, this is another example of police harassment.”

Well, this would be wrong on both counts.

What these two awesome examples of Brevard County’s finest were actually doing was giving this obviously stressed-out mother a new child safety seat they have received through donations and USING THEIR OWN MONEY to buy her some groceries!

These two gentlemen rightfully got praise all around, and it started with Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, who wrote the following in a sheriff department Facebook post: “Actions like this are what make me proud of the men and women of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Department, people who do everything they can to protect and to serve the public.”

Many of the replies to his Facebook post wholeheartedly agreed.

“I’d like to thank the deputies and the CSU team for not just issuing tickets, but also taking the time to help someone in need,” one reply said.

Another commenter posted, “Thanks to these very awesome deputies! Very compassionate!”

“This makes me very proud to be a Brevard County resident,” another comment read. “They have a track record of always doing nice things for our community!”

But this is something that the liberal news media still needs to understand.

It isn’t just Brevard County, Florida, but it is all over the country. Sadly, the mainstream media would prefer to tout the actions of the one percent bad apples than the 99 percent of officers that do work like this every day.

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  1. Awesome I live in Brevard County Palm Bay Sheriffs Department Ok not to sure about Palm Bay Police seen some of there actions .

  2. Well I’m going to be NEGATIVE! If these two cops saw that this family was “down on their luck”, then why did they issue her a citation? Cops have discretion when it comes to writing tickets, and this is an instance where they should have definitely used discretion! Bringing them a child seat and some food later would then have shown they went above and beyond, but now the woman has to either pay the fine or show up in court which either way will cost her time and money, even if it is dismissed!

  3. This makes me believe there is still hope for all mankind.
    Thanks to these two officers this woman and her children were sent two ‘human’ angels.
    We need more like them in the world.
    Thank you officers.

  4. We all need to curb the hostility and remember that when the true enemy attacks the USA we will all be standing shoulder to shoulder in defense of this nation. Wealth is not an asset on the battlefield and the really poor guy down the street just might be the one to save your millionaire smart ass when the shit hits the fan.
    All for one, one for all. Unite we stand. jwstx

  5. Had this happened here in our corner of the world (South Africa), the cops would probably have threatened to give her a hefty fine and expected the driver to “give them some money for colddrink” – in other words, a bribe of usually not less that R100 – R200 to”forget” about that little incident…. and believe me, good people, we have hundreds of “them” here on our roads, throwing their weight around. I remember on one occasion my granddaughter had taken me with her to Pretoria to visit my daughter in hospital. On the way home, just outside the city border we were stopped and the cop wanted to see my grandchild’s licence – which – UNFORTUNATELY – SHE HAD FORGOTTEN TO TAKE OUT OF HER HUSBAND’S CAR… as she had been using that earlier in the day. Well, she pleaded guilty, adding that she had come to pick ME up from the hospital to take home, (by then I also played a role by leaning back and fanning my face and creating a look of weariness!!!) at the same time extracting a R200 note from her bag and sliding it to just under the windowsill where this cop had already placed his fingers. He slid the note into his own hand, then told us to get going – which we did … methinks if she had been alone, she probably would have been given a hefty fine or harassed in some way…


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