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23 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Butler Co. deputy praised for restraint against gun-wielding suspect.

Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Bussell, of Butler County, Ohio, went beyond the call of duty when he put up a homeless family in a hotel for 10 days and sent them on a shopping spree, WLWT reported. NEW MIAMI, Ohio — Deputy Bill Brown had a split-second to make a life-or-death decision: Would he shoot the man who had a firearm at a gas station Sunday night?An officer from Ohio bought groceries, clothes and shoes for two boys after he noticed the brothers and their mom sleeping in the lobby of a sheriff’s office.According to a Facebook post by the Butler County Sheriff’s Office in Ohio, a woman brought her two sons to the sheriff’s office to look for help finding housing.The first deputy to respond said the armed suspect, 50-year-old Mel Tittle, was in front of the convenience store but began walking away from the deputy and behind the store.

The deputy said he told Tittle to show his hands and Tittle reportedly pulled a firearm from a holster on his hip and continued behind a propane exchange and ice machine. When approached by Bussell, Gray told WCPO “[I thought he was] going to say, ‘You guys can’t be here any longer, you have to find something else.’” That was not the case. Tittle certainly didn’t let my deputy know it was a BB gun, and it doesn’t look like one either,” Jones said. “I am pleased Deputy Brown went home and more pleased Mr. According to the news outlet, Gray’s husband is working in Cincinnati and the family hopes to be back on their feet and in a more stable living situation soon.

Gray thought he was going to ask her to take her children and leave, instead, to her surprise, they talked about life and God. “He told me that he was going to help and that we were going to get everything we need taken care of, and I just cried,” Gray said. “I was like, ‘Thank God, you are the angel I have been praying for all night.’” Gray said Bussell loaded the family into his cruiser and took them to get food, then he paid for a hotel room for the family for the next 10 days, but that’s not all. In the meantime, the kind officer has given the mother and her children a safe and warm place to stay. “This is an act of true kindness,” Butler County Sheriff Richard K. According to Gray, the day ended with a shopping spree: new shoes and clothes for the kids, toiletries, snacks, and money out of the deputy’s own wallet. He was charged with tampering with evidence — an aggravated felony — and carrying concealed weapons, inducing panic and disorderly conduct — all misdemeanors.

I knew God has a reason for everything he does even though we have been going through storm after storm our rainbow sure has come this morning… Will everyone please share this post so that he is recognized for being our Angel sent from God please!!!

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