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Michigan Detective Works Night Shift With His Son Before Retiring

October 08, 2015  | 

A Grand Rapids, MI, officer worked one of his last shifts with his son overnight, reports Fox West Michigan.

Det. Les Smith is retiring today after 25 years with the Grand Rapids Police Department. Tuesday night, he worked the night shift with his son, Tyler, who is also a Grand Rapids officer.

The department tweeted out the picture of the two Wednesday morning after their shift.


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George @ 10/8/2015 9:09 PM

I got to work a shift with my son just before I retired and it was a great shift. Congratulations

S.S. @ 10/9/2015 9:34 AM

That's cool. Hopefully one day I can do that with my boys.

sherri @ 10/10/2015 2:44 AM

Wonderful pic...like a family dedicated to service of keeping people safe...passing the torch..contratulations...much pride I'm sure for everyone:)

JJ @ 10/22/2015 4:25 PM

Congratulations to Dad on his retirement and survival of the jungle. Brian, .....stay extremely alert out there, and keep your back covered at all times. Today is not like the 25 years before that your Dad served. Served as a LEO 1963-1994 in a big jungle. My best wishes for a safe and successful career. JJ

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