EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Woman is pulled over by a Lakewood police officer, and is shocked when she learns why

pullover-1[VIDEO BELOW] This will undoubtedly be a Thanksgiving she never forgets.


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  1. Awesome LPD!! Always putting others ahead of yourself!! Happy Thanksgiving indeed thanks to all those who made someone’s day a little better! God Bless and be safe!!

  2. hi fellow lakewooders- Jewish or not, these are our neighbors and it seems like it was a good deed! Let’s see more good things in the news! And be thankful that we live in a free country. -A lkwd frum Jew

  3. Why is that when something nice happens to someone not from the frum community everyone has a negative comment. Yes the TLS is a Jewish web site yet many non Jews read it and many times there is news that is important for everyone to know about. Maybe that’s why many people from other communities don’t like us because all we care about is ourselves. Be kind to others and maybe they will be kind to you.

  4. Not appropriate for police to pull someone over for that. It’s very nerve racking to get pulled over even or such a surprise. It also takes away from the beauty of the act. Could I impersonate police to make such surprises. Just thinking.

  5. The comments above are appalling. Thanksgiving is not a religious Holiday folks. You need to start thinking about what comes out of your mouths. How embarrassing. SMH

  6. That was beautiful !!
    Happy Thanksgiving to all the people that are celebrating tonight!!!
    Why are ppl being so negative?
    If you don’t like it, move on!!
    You only want to hear about crashes and robberies?

  7. Beautiful. Happy Thanksgiving.
    Thankfully, the overwhelming majority appraciate the sentiment, Jewish or not. This is a Lakewood news site and good news is always welcome. TLS keep up the good work pay no mind to the negative comments. And of course, thank you LPD!
    A grateful frum Jewish resident.

  8. What a be Beautiful site. Love thy neighbor as you love yourself. What is the difference if she was Jewish or not. It was one group of people giving to another person. Is there something wrong with that. Does it always have to be about shootings and car accidents or death?

  9. I’m guessing she’s a teacher at the school right across the street and the students surprised her with a thanksgiving dinner, enlisting the police to help out in their ploy.

  10. This is awesome to still see these kinds of things happen…. very heart warming and great to see something positive for the police department….and no need to get offended that this is on a Jewish website this is about lakewood and religion or not we r all one and good to see ppl come to gether like this!!

  11. Luv this. .brought a tear to my eye …it’s a bit upsetting that there’s so many negative comments tho !!
    This video is exactly what everyone should love to see going on in the community ..Holiday or not

  12. Very nice heart warming story/ Aren’t we taught love thay neighbor. whats the difference whether the young lady is jewish or not, She is still a mentch and the Lakewood police are also very nice, I happen to agree with all the positive comments, Its nice to see good news for a change, it is a shame there are too many negative comments,

  13. Some of these comments are sad, this is a Lakewood community story. I have lived in Lakewood almost 49 years since birth, I have no ill feelings toward anyone, no matter the changes in the town. We are extremely diverse with regards to race and religion and no matter what you are, this isn’t a story about either. It’s a story about humanity!

  14. A couple years ago before holidays, a black man his young daughter in front of us on line at Walmart realized he didn’t have enough money to pay for his full shopping (which was meager to begin with), and left some items at the register. My husband realized what happened and paid for the left-behind items. We found the guy in the parking lot and ran after him with a bag of the items wishing him a happy holiday. We’re frum Jews and did this because this man is another human in need. We need to all think about one another – especially with our ancient heritage of “love thy neighbor as thyself”. When we say mi k’amcha yisroel, this isn’t because we’re somehow ‘great’, but because we are tasked by Hashem to bring kindness and goodness to the world.

  15. Very surprised at the negatives here. I meant my comment #1 tongue in cheek. So refreshing to see us recognize the goodness in Umos HaOlam and full props to LPD whose PBA is a really good organization that is unheralded for all the good it does. Happy Thanksgiving and holiday season to all (yes I meant Chanuka too!).

  16. I 100% agree that this should be posted on the Lakewood scoop. I am impressed with the kindness displayed. My only concern is why it had to be a surprise and come out with her being pulled over. She must’ve been so nervous as to why she was being pulled over and perhaps not enjoyed the gesture as much because of the nerves.

  17. This is awesome. I’ve been involved in many acts like this and the joy you can bring to someone is priceless regardless of race, religion. Those who found it to be unimportant obviously do not do this for others and need to reevaluate themselves. Their comments are extremely selfish and do not sit well with this non frum individual. So grateful she got to have a wonderful meal with her family. Thanksgiving is about giving thanks no matter how that meal ends up on the table. Cudos to the students and the LPD.

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