Who needs Santa when you have Georgia sheriff’s deputies? Monroe County sheriff’s deputies are pulling people over this week, not to give them tickets, but to give them $100 bills. An anonymous donation of $5,000 was given to the sheriff’s department with the stipulation that they spread a little Christmas cheer by giving the money to people in place of tickets for minor infractions. According to Time, when Deputy Timothy Campfield pulled over a motorist for a missing headlight, he told them, “Today we’re out giving something different than tickets. We’d like to give you a donation toward your family to help you with whatever you need to do.” To which the motorist replied, “Can I hug you?” So, anyone want to move to Monroe County?
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