Parents are usually pretty proud of their kids and usually more so in police families.
But rarely do a father and son duo from the same agency make an impressive arrest together.
From NBC New York:
“An NYPD deputy inspector marked the occasion of his pending retirement by inviting his police officer son to patrol with him Saturday and the pair subsequently disarmed and arrested two robbery suspects.
Deputy Inspector Jack Lewis, commanding officer of Brooklyn South Detective Operations, asked his son, Officer John Lewis, to be his driver on his next-to-last patrol before retirement, police officials said. His son’s partner, Officer David Viglione, accompanied them.”
It’s like that game where Ken Griffey and Ken Griffey junior homered in the same inning.