The Caperton family was in for a Christmas surprise when their movement does not stop as expected.
(Sarah Riddle Caperton)
A family in Tennessee to pulled over by the police, was able to get into the Christmas spirit with their traffic does not stop as expected.
The Caperton family, travel to their relatives in Huntsville on christmas day, was pulled by Decherd police officer Tristian Delacruz. The stop, Sarah Caperton later on Facebook, it was because they “drive a little over the speed limit.”
However, Caperton told WAFF, “The conversation began with a Merry Christmas from both parties, and we knew that it was only better.”
Delacruz leave the family with a warning. But, as a heart-warming video posted online shows the officer still not done yet.
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Delacruz explained to the Caperton two young boys, he also had to pull about Santa in the night before for the same offence.
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“I said to [Santa] that he had to slow it down just a tad bit,” said Delacruz. “He said,” You know what? You going to pull on a black Toyota today for their speed, and their [sic] going to have two younger guys in their car, and I want you to give them this.'”
Delacruz is to see to the children toy cars and action figure.
“Officer Delacruz was very friendly and helped to be a little more christmas spirit in our time,” Caperton told the news station. “[The Video] was a good opportunity to remind people of the sacrifice that some people have to be on holiday when they are not [sic] be with their families, they help protect us.”
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