A New Jersey police chief, Lisa Parker and one of her officers, Sgt. Chris Cerullo made a traffic stop this week that these two will never forget. It all started with a routine traffic stop, but suspecting officers thought there might be something else going on. The occupants were asked out of their vehicle and the asked if either had anything on them officers should know about. She wasn’t expecting what happened next. When he showed the officers what he was carrying, she was in shock.
“Chief Lisa Parker and Sgt. Chris Cerullo recently spent a few minutes of their day on a special assignment — helping Matt propose to Brianna, who is the daughter of our Command Support Assistant Ron Rhein. Before coming to Manchester Township, CSA Rhein was a sergeant in Howell, so Brianna grew up around the police profession and Matt recognized how special it would be to incorporate it into his proposal. It turned out to be an uplifting and memorable surprise for all,” the Manchester Police Department said. ” The entire Manchester Township Police Department wishes the happy couple the best of luck on their engagement!”
You never know when a police traffic stop can go bad. This one fortunately, ended well…but it could have gone bad…and would they have showed us if it did?
Posted by Shore News Network on Tuesday, September 8, 2020