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He should have been thanked

EDITOR:

Regarding the letter to the editor, “What happened to community policing?’

I am always outraged when I hear stories like this.

Larry Ayers should have been thanked for taking control and stepping up to the plate especially because he was trained in this sort of thing. He very well may have saved a life that day and possibly at the very least, an auto accident.

It is this kind of behavior that gives our “public servants” a black eye. How do some officers become so arrogant? Are they trained to be that way or does it just come with the job?

Larry Ayers deserves a formal apology from that CHP officer and that officer needs to learn how to treat the people who pay his salary. How can we make this happen?

Judith A. Onorato
El Dorado Hills

Short URL: http://www.villagelife.com/?p=9598

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