– Jenea Kimber, an officer in the United States Army, gave a big surprise to her three children after months of being away
– Curtis, her husband, asked Clay County Sheriff’s Office for help with the treat as his wife was set to come home from deployment
– On the homecoming day, the police pranked the father and the kids as Jenea came down from a cruiser and hugged her children
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Police officers in the US made the day of a family very special after they staged a fake traffic stop so that a military mom’s kids can have a reunion.
Curtis Kimber asked the Clay Country Sheriff’s Office to help him plan a surprise for his kids since their mom Petty officer Jenea Kimber was coming home months after she has been away on an official deployment.
The office of the police said when posting the video on Facebook: “We got an unusual call the other day, and when we heard what it was, we just had to help out. Check it out – and maybe grab a tissue.”
On the day of the prank, Curtis was driving and bobbing his head to music with his children when they were pulled over for failing to use a turn signal.
As Curtis stepped out of the vehicle, an officer asked: “Do y’all know this person?”. At that moment, Janea emerged in her military uniform from the back of a car as her children ran to her, giving their mom a big hug.
Watch the video below:
Below are the reactions the Sheriff’s video got on Facebook:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Omobolaji Adetunmbi joined that enviable pool of Nigerians who are making the nation proud. A picture she shared on Twitter on Thursday, May 14, showed she is in the US Army.
Since she posted her pictures in the force’s uniform, the photos have gone viral gathering over 40,000 likes with thousands of retweets. Omobolaji said she works harder because she knows the people she represents.
In other related news, a Nigerian man identified as Ike Eweama was promoted to the rank of colonel in the same army.
It was gathered that Colonel Eweama is a PhD holder whose service in the US Army earned him the promotion. Eweama was born in Lagos, Nigeria and is a decorated member of the United States military.
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