A gracious thanks for the ticket
BOISE, IDAHO- A grandmother who got a speeding ticket wrote a note to the Idaho State Trooper who gave it to her, thanking him for the kindness he showed her and to her grandchildren during the stop.
Trooper Mike Nielsen shared the note from the woman who was on vacation when she got stopped.
She wrote that Nielsen made the stop a good experience for the grandchildren by talking with them calmly and giving them stickers.
She wrote that he didn't leave her out since she got her "very own sticker shock" but didn't disclose how much she was fined.
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