Multi Agency - Multi Members - Have A Safe Ending To What Could Become DeadlyRickey Stokes
Posted by: RStokes
Date: Mar 07 2018 10:05 PM
OZARK - DALE COUNTY: This past Friday evening Ozark Police activated their blue lights.
The person “in front of” the blue lights and not the person “under the blue lights” made a conscious decision to endanger the people of Ozark - Dale County and their guests.
The person “under the blue lights” took law enforcement on a swift ride all over town in Ozark.
The Ozark Police Officers did a great job. The Ozark - Dale County 911 Center, these people were outstanding in maintaining control and deploying information quick.
Ozark Police and Dale County Sheriff Department were working together, in unison, under the quick attention of the Ozark - Dale County 911 Operators.
The suspect did not know how the Ozark - Dale County family works together. They also did not know they might can out run that patrol unit but not the radio
There was also a secret of someone that is always around. You can hear him on the radio early in the morning - middle of the day - middle of the night. And that is Dale County Sheriff Chief Deputy Mason Bynum.
Chief Bynum entered the chase. Bynum has a Ford F-150 that is not very old. It will run - SWIFTLY.
The suspect was nearing Highway 231 North. Sheriff Chief Deputy Mason Bynum said ( my words ) sucker - I am tired of you endangering the people of Ozark - Dale County and you thik you are about to hit Highway 231 and endanger many more - AIN’T NO WAY.
Chief Deputy Mason Bynum cringed about messing up his Ford F-150 but only for about 2 seconds. Because he was not about to let this sucker hit Highway 231 to cause a wreck or injuries.
Chief Deputy Bynum stuck that Ford F-150 where the light don’t shine on the suspect’s vehicle causing him to crash and stop.
While Chief Bynum sacrificed the Ford F-150 and his safety, he saved others.
But it was a combined effort of Ozark Police, Dale County Sheriff Deputies, and Ozark Dale County 911 Staff. In the end it was Chief Bynum’s willingness to shove that Ford F-150.
THANKS to all members of Ozark Police for keeping it safe,, Dale County Sheriff Department for keeping it safe, Ozark - Dale County 911 for keeping everyone informed, and Dale County Sheriff Chief Deputy Mason Bynum for quickly sizing it up and shoving that Ford F-150 where it belonged...