Anne Dumont regularly with the Augusta Police Department to “carefully arrest” her mother, Simone (photo), who loves watching the TV show, “Cops,” for her 93rd birthday.
For its 93rd birthday, a Maine woman was “arrested” — and got a kick out of.
Anne Dumont, good-humoredly regularly with the Augusta Police Department to “carefully arrest” her mother, Simone, who loves watching the TV show, “Cops,” WBTV reported.
“It’s about how the police have the worse job and what they have to do with, and she wondered what it was like to be arrested and sit in the back seat,” Dumont posted on Facebook.
Simone wondered what it was like to be arrested and sit in the back seat.” She refers to the patrol car owner Officer Paul Doody (right) and “her performance.” (Anne Dumont)
Dumont’s mother told her the surprise on 7 July, “my life.”
“They luckily got to see the inside of the police car. Front and back and also the hustle and bustle on the siren button until it whaled. A memorable event,” Simone’s daughter wrote on Facebook.
Simone now points to the patrol car owner Officer Paul Doody, as “its agent,” WABC reported, and they even got an authentic Augusta police junior officer sticker gift.
The Augusta Police wrote on Facebook that the “very proud to have been invited” to be a part of the birthday party.
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