- Cleveland police have used the popular Dolly Parton challenge to track down a suspected criminal
- As demanded by the meme, the police did a collage of the wanted man as if he was posing on different social media platforms
- The post generated many reactions as people commented on how the police force was doing something different
Cleveland police have been able to solve a crime by employing the popular Dolly Parton challenge. They were able to track down 32-year-old Scott Mizsei, who was wanted for burglary.
The police were able to get him as they did a collage of him posing for different social media pages as if he was participating in the challenge.
Within an hour, the post was able to get 500 reactions, 100 comments, and almost 200 shares. Some of the comments asked if the police were really the ones operating the account, while some commended the humour in it, saying whoever posted it deserves a promotion.
Another neighbouring police force, Durham Constabulary, also used the same method to contact a man who was wanted in connection with a suspected crime.
Meanwhile, Linda Herring, a 75-year-old woman, possesses a bigger grace as she brought up over 600 children in 50 years with equal love and care.
The woman took to fostering kids in Johnson County, Iowa, she never rejected anyone.
She became known as the woman who never turned any child away from her door regardless of their race, gender or needs. Sometimes, she would even travel to take them into her fold.
According to the county, Linda has been fostering children with special medical needs. In her home, bins filled with clothes arranged according to size and gender could be seen.
She has always worked with the philosophy that even if love fails the children elsewhere, they could always come to her to be given good care.
Linda’s granddaughter, Amber Herring, also spoke about how her large heart always put everyone before herself.
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