Officer Orders Woman To Pop Trunk Not Knowing She’s Filming – Video

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I have experience many different types of frustrations and fears in my life, but one of the ones that tend to get me more than any other is getting pulled over by the cops. You know, you’re driving on the road and everything sees to be okay. The radio is on and sun i shining and suddenly, you see the blue lights in our mirror and we know that our day is about to get much worse.

When this cop pulled over Chy-Niece Thacker over for having a busted brake light, he could easily have issued her a ticket. Instead, he decided to give her some useful advice, and his actions that day have taken the internet by storm. Chy-Niece was on her way to a job interview when she saw the blue lights flashing behind her.

I didn’t took long before she realized that she was being pulled over. She was already stressed because of going to the interview and seeing the officer wasn’t going to make it better. Chy-Niece she had no idea why the officer was pulling her over. But she soon got an explanation. “Don’t worry about pulling anything out,” Officer Jenkins said to Thacker, as she fumbled for her license and registration.

“I just want you to know that your brake lights are out.” Thacker told Officer Jenkins how Firestone had tried to charge her $600 just to run a test on the wiring of her car. Jenkins responded by asking her to pop her trunk. He began by fiddling with her lights and tapping one of them repeatedly. Thacker didn’t quite know how to digest his kindness. That was stressful enough but the good news is, she didn’t have to shell out money for a repair or pay a fine. Officer Jenkins would have been well within his rights to give her a ticket, but he opted not to.

Furthermore, he then went above and beyond to try and ensure she would be safe on the road. Chy-Niece shared her experience on Social Media: “So this happened just now. I’m on my way to go to my interview this morning when I get pulled. Both brake lights decided to go out this time. As he walked to the car and I was pulling out my stuff, he quickly said…”

“Don’t worry about pulling anything out. I just want you to know your brake lights are out” “So I’m immediately upset because I just got them replaced last month. So I explained to him how Firestone wants to charge me $600 just to run a test on the wiring of the car.” “He looked at me (like he knew this was crazy) and told me to pop the trunk…” “He checked the lights in the trunk and tapped them, but they didn’t come on. So he told me to pop the hood to check the relay box then asked me to get out to check the other one.”

“He could have easily given me a ticket, but Officer Jenkins stepped out of officer role and into mechanic role to make sure I was straight.” Thacker’s post ultimately went viral on social media, garnering more than 388,000 likes and 90,800 shares. The Henrico County officer responded to Thacker by way of sharing her photos and issuing thanks for her emotional tribute.

“Thank you Chy-Niece Thacker for sharing this about one of our officers,” they wrote on their Social Media page.“We are so proud of our officers, especially when we see citizens share things like this. Above and beyond the call of duty, Officer Jenkins. Service to our community is what it’s all about.”

This is how people reacted to this post:

Lillian KandahHeart warming to hear this ,there are GOOD people and definitely bad out there we must not judge anyone by one person actions,or the color of there skin God Bless the officer and the young lady.

Brenda SmithGlad you shared your story about a true hero he’s just a man trying to do a job he apparently loves and to be honest we all know there are bad apples in every basket but that don’t mean there all bad for the most part the majority are great hope you got the job I know this happened a few years ago but That doesn’t matter

Clare Frances SaafanThis officer has done a great deal of relations building for officer, his kindness deserves praise. So does the young lady who told us about it.

Dorothy KetcherGreat cop. Did he find out what the problem was. He should have issued Goodyear a ticket for wanting to charge her $600 just to check her wiring.

Jerilyn MeeceyWe had a officer help us when we brokeWe had a help us when we broke down out in Oklahoma ,with a bunch of girls in our car going to a softball tournament out there . He stopped ,was very courteous, and did all he could to aid us in the way of help. We made sure to let the p-olice department know how much we appreciated the officer and all the help he afforded us being out of state travelers . God Bless all the officers there to help us in our time of need !

Dennis Laskoi have said this for years there are good cop out there but because of 1-2-3 bad ones people think all are no good , to me people that think that way are, Thank you guy for doing what you did for her .

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