Missouri Cops Bring Unsuspecting Drivers To Tears With Secret Santa Traffic Stops

During the holiday season, a wealthy, anonymous business man, who goes the name Secret Santa, spends time giving $100,000 worth of $100 bills to random strangers. This year he teamed up with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department in Kansas City, Missouri to help him distribute the cash to those who need it most.
Related: Police Officer Surprises Drivers With Gifts Instead Of Tickets During Holiday Traffic Stops
[CBSNews]

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Denver The Guilty Dog Gets Busted For Eating Christmas Ornaments

Denver, the famous guilty dog known for getting caught eating kitty cat treats, has been up to no good. This time she’s devoured a some Christmas ornaments, and, once again, it’s extremely clear she’s the culprit.
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Previously: Denver The Guilty Dog Gets Busted Eating All The Kitty Cat Treats

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High School Teacher Has Students Write Letters To Their Future Selves, Then Mails It To Them 20 Years Later

For decades, 9th grade high school teacher Bruce Farrer has asked his students to write a 10-page letter to their future selves. Little did his students know that Farrer would track them down 20 years later and mail their letters to them. Farrer says, “I know I’m not an outstanding teacher, I’m just a regular teacher who happened to assign a rather different assignment.”
[WestJet]

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Police Officer Surprises Drivers With Gifts Instead Of Tickets During Holiday Traffic Stops

Filmmaker Rob Bliss recently teamed up with the police department in Lowell, Michigan to surprise law-breaking drivers with presents instead of tickets. Over the course of two days Officer Scot VanSolkema stopped unsuspecting drivers for minor infractions, and got to know what they or their kids wanted for Christmas. As soon as VanSolkema’s team heard what the driver wanted, they purchased, wrapped and delivered them item to VanSolkema. The reaction on each driver’s face was priceless.
[CityofLowell] [H/T:TODAY]

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