Mama goose leads Cincinnati officer to tangled gosling


Cincinnati officers rescue tangled goslingCINCINNATI —
It’s a rescue some officer never imagined they would have to make but two Cincinnati police officers helped a tangled goose.

Most of us dial 911, but this time it was a peck that caught the attention of Sgt. James Givens.

But there was something more: when Givens eventually followed the goose, he found her gosling all tangled up in the string of a balloon.

“It isn’t going to live long because it was all around its neck, his feet, his body, and I didn’t want to get too close cause I heard they will attack you,” said Givens…. read more

lhwm notes: Sweet story!

Neighbors Push Back After Hurst Police Hover Drone Over Back Yard Without Warning


Neighbors in Hurst are now pushing back after a police drone hovered over a resident’s backyard without warning.

Bobbie Sanchez said the feeling of privacy disappeared when her child said “Mommy there’s a drone over our roof.”

Sanchez said it was hovering long enough for her to take photos and then call for help.

“They’re watching my children play in the backyard,” said Sanchez. “I called the Hurst Police Department and was pretty surprised to hear that it was them.”… read more

Everything you search for on Google is now easily obtained by police


Image: Everything you search for on Google is now easily obtained by police(Natural News) If you thought that your search engine history was private, think again. It’s not. Or, at least, it may not be, depending on whether or not you’re under police investigation.

According to The Free Thought Project, a court in Minnesota has recently ruled that an entire city’s search history should be made available to police, an Orwellian first as far as anyone can tell. It may well mark the beginning of the end of Internet freedom.

Cops in Edina, Minn., were granted a warrant that requires search giant Google to provide search history information and the names of everyone in the city who utilized specific search terms between Dec. 1, 2016, and Jan. 7, 2017. (RELATED: BOMBSHELL Investigation: Google An “Information Dominance” Front For The CIA)…[read more]

lhwm notes: These search engines protect your privacy when searching,

StartPageStartpage

duck-duck-go-logoDuck Duck Go

Good Gopher

These browsers protect your privacy and are similar to internet explorer, chrome etc.

Epic

Brave

Tor

Jersey Shore police officer helps dying woman fulfill final wish


Ship Bottom wish
Burlington City resident Patricia Kelly wanted to do one last thing before she dies and the Ship Bottom Patrolman Ronald Holloway helped make it happen. (Ship Bottom Police Department Facebook page). ( )

SHIP BOTTOM – A borough police officer recently helped a stranger with terminal cancer fulfill her wish of seeing the Jersey Shore one more time before she dies.

Burlington City resident Patricia Kelly – who is in hospice care with a terminal diagnosis of acute leukemia – recently told her family that she would like to “go to the shore” one last time before she dies, 6abc.com reported.

Knowing that the 78-year-old Kelly would not be able to get onto the beach by herself, a family member reached out to the Ship Bottom Police Department for help…. [read more]

God prompted grandma to jump into fight, saving police officer


A Baton Rouge grandmother is being called a Good Samaritan after she plunged into the middle of a life-or-death struggle between a cop and bad guy, saving the officer’s life.

Vickie Williams-Tillman, 56, didn’t think twice when she pounced on the back of a hulking Thomas Bennett after a routine drug arrest escalated suddenly into a dangerous fight for control of the officer’s weapon.

“I could see in his eyes he needed help,” said Williams-Tillman, who stopped her car, called 911, and lunged into the fray on Feb. 19. “You don’t have time to think about it. I did what God needed me to do.”… [read more]