Neighbour Calls Cops on Partying Graduate, Police Officer Asks to Pray for Her

Neighbour Calls Cops on Partying Graduate, Police Officer Asks to Pray for Her

- A family had a party for their daughter who graduated from university and one neighbour called the police on them

- When the officers arrived, they told the guests to remove their cars from the roadside and on policeman asked to pray for the graduate

- Netizens praised the police officer for his kind gesture and asked more cops to emulate him

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A neighbour who could not stand the noise coming from a partying home is reported to have called the police officers to shut the celebrations down.

Neighbour Calls Cops on Partying Graduate, Police Officer Arrives and Ask to Pray for Her
Police officer praying for the graduate they were called to arrest. Photo: Poterressia Barnes.
Source: UGC

One family member shared on Facebook how what transpired after the cops showed up left her speechless and emotional.

This is what she shared on Facebook:

"Someone called the police during Timbre’s graduation party tonight! The police came and asked some of the party guests to move their cars out of the road. Before they left, one of the officers asked to see the graduate!

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"I was kind of sceptical at first, but Lyric went and got her! He wished her well, and asked her if he could pray with her! This made my heart smile! Officer Covington of the Aberdeen Police Department! We need more of him!"

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While most black families have had bad experiences with police officers, the cops showed this family a different side that left them stoic.

Here are some of the comments from the post:

Keith Lemay said:

"Most police are like that if anyone ever gave them the chance and respect."

Geri Bigham-Berrian commented:

"Thanks to the officer for his service, God bless him, and congratulations to the student and parents."

Lydia Jefcoat added:

"Congratulations girl! And God bless the officer that prayed for her! We need more people like him!"

Brenda Adkins said:

"Congratulations to the students and it was really nice what the officer did."

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Charles Roach commented:

"We must pray that God would allow more of these type of officers to be on the police force."

Michelle McCutchen Furr added:

"Congratulations to the graduate and thank you to the officer for praying for her."

In more uplifting news about the police, Briefly News reported that two police officers have crept into many hearts after they were recorded breaking it down to a lit Amapiano song. In the clip that was shared by a TikTok user on the app, the two cops are fully clothed in their signature blue police uniform.

While one of them takes the spotlight and dances confidently for the camera placed in front of him, the shorter of the two stands at the back sporting a kind of shy look on his face, yet he also showcases his skills despite being visibly more nervous.

The two are no strangers to the camera and a quick scroll through @lwandileqeja's TikTok account will prove this to be the case as another couple of clips of the two of them dancing together clearly become visible.

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Meanwhile, locals have had a lot to say about the clip in the comment section of the post. Many seemed to think the young cop in the front was quite handsome and skilled. Read a few of their very interesting comments below:

Monahen6 said:

"The tall guy is rocking guys."

DonaldM said:

"The tall guy in the front is killing it."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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