Woman SHOCKED By What Officer Wrote At Bottom Of Her Speeding Ticket…

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A Georgetown, South Carolina, woman was pulled over for speeding the other night but she received a special surprise from the officer written on the bottom of the citation.

Ayla Hemeon was rushing around Georgetown with her young daughter, cramming in some last-minute weekend errands and didn’t realize she was driving over the speed limit. She was on the way to her parent’s house to give them a Halloween pumpkin that she and her daughter had carved for the elderly couple when she saw the dreaded flashing lights in her rear-view mirror. She explained the situation to the officer who went back to his patrol car, presumably to write her a ticket for speeding.

 

In her Facebook post Ms. Hameon shared her story.

“I was headed to my parents’ house with Tara to drop off a pumpkin we carved for them. I was in a hurry because we had to get back home so Tara could finish her homework. I didn’t realize I was going over the speed limit until I got pulled over.

The officer asked me if there was any lawful reason why I was speeding. I just shook my head and explained what I was doing – hurrying to drop off the pumpkin so we could get home and work on homework. He went back to his police car and I could see him busily writing my ticket. When he came back he told me he was giving me a warning.

With a huge sign of relief, I thanked him and left. I gave the ticket to Tara and had her read it to me. Never expected it to say what it did. I can honestly say it made me tear up. This officer made my day.”

~aticket

“Thanks for all that you do. You could have spent Sunday alone, but you’re spending it helping your parents and daughter. Have a good day,” the officer wrote in the comment area at the bottom of the warning notice.

How awesome is this? This officer appreciated the hard work it takes to be a good mother and daughter.

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