Teens Save Cop!

Seattle Washington has become a hot bed of anti police protests. Auburn, Washington is in the same county about 25 miles away.

Last month at 1 AM on a Saturday morning, a deputy was trying to arrest a drunk driver who was trying leave the scene of an accident when he got her in a headlock and started choking her out. but then some young heroes came to her rescue! 5 teens were walking home from a party and started yelling for him to “get off of her”. They then jumped on the suspect and struggled with him while Deputy Elliot got free and handcuffed the man.

Yesterday the young men wre being honored for their bravery by King County Sheriff Mitzi Johanknect. They were each given the Community Heroism Award - the highest award a civilian can receive from the sheriff’s office. "On her behalf, I have to thank you," the sheriff said. "She believes, and I believe had you not been there for her on this day, she might not be alive."

For some reason I feel like the CHOP Zone protesters in Seattle would point out that the boys weren't wearing masks nor were they socially distanced and suggest they need prison.

Teen heroes. Photo courtesy of King County Sheriff's Office

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