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Two of North Carolina’s police department is being hailed as the all-stars to play an impromptu game of basketball with some local boys, although the sight of a patrol car, in the first instance, put the children in his year.
On the 21st of July, Jameka Wilcots said her “heart dropped” when she saw the police outside his home, according to Yahoo Lifestyle.
Wilcots also realized very quickly that all was well, however, with two of the officers of the Police Department to just shoot hoops with her young son in the family’s driveway.
According to the outlet, law enforcement officers had completed a traffic stop in the area, and saw that Wilcots’s children, Jeremy, 15, and Jeremyah, 12, playing with a ball. Teach young people how to play a game on the 21st, the police asked if they could do it, and the guys said yes.
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“Well, I was thinking that there was something going on here at the house, but it was not to be, they are here to play basketball, in front of my house!” surprised, Wilcots told of the video footage of the scene in which she is filmed in her car. The three-minute clip, which has since been viewed more than 14,000 times on Facebook.
“It’s crazy, people will continue to be slow, and I think they will be surprised to see that the police are playing with a couple of kids,” the parent continued. “I was surprised, too!”
Social media commenters said that the summer time is the view as “awesome,” while Wilcots said of her gratitude to the officers for the consideration of the members of the community.
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“I’d like to take the time to say thank you to [the officers] to take all of the time, on a very hot day to be shooting hoops with my boys,” the proud mother told Yahoo.
“Our community needs more of this from our youth… This is a good and positive thing for our community,” she continued. “A very, very large raise!”
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