My Gratitude To Some Good Cops
A recent hub I published:
described how I was unhappy with the Dallas County, Missouri sheriff's department.
Well, I must totally eat my words this morning.
Yes, my friends and family------------
ELIJAH IS HOME!
My 3 year old Grandson is back home where we know he is safe and sound. All Praises to Jesus Christ and Our Father God. Thank you for all of your prayers! God heard them all and He took complete control.
We had quite an ordeal, and I dare not go into all the particulars until all legal matters are handled.
My daughter, Amy gained custody papers and we made the long drive to Buffalo, Missouri again. We went straight to the sheriff's department and was greeted by a very professional man. His name was Rick Sharp and I commend him on his treatment of us and his quick and courteous service to us.
Not long after we arrived a deputy pulled up and asked us how he could help us. We showed him the papers and he said to my daughter, "Let's go get your son".
I again must reiterate that I cannot go deep into what happened for legal reasons, but I will tell you I videotaped the whole thing and as soon as my daughter awakens, she will have to be taken to the hospital. Her ankle is the size of a small watermelon.
I owe that deputy that escorted us out there my deepest gratitude. There was a lot of drama and he was on top of every bit of it. He carried my daughter after the leg injury and he made sure that Elijah, Amy and I were away and safe.
I thank you kind sir.
That TOP COP's picture is below and below that is the links to Dallas County Sheriff Dept. They deserve some big thanks for what they did--If you have a bit of time-will you give these good folks who serve and protect some of your love?