Ryan Sinno and CMPD Officer G.A. Stuart compared notes on Sept. 10 while on patrol in Ballantyne Commons. Ryan’s mother, Nicole Sinno, said Stuart was finishing a routine traffic stop near the neighborhood on Ballantyne Commons and saw Ryan driving his “police” car. Stuart pulled over, got out and talked to Ryan about his car and took a genuine interest in him, she said. They spoke about Stuart’s work and Ryan “patrolling” hi family’s neighborhood and agreed to be buddies keeping everyone safe. “Ofiicer Stuart showed such compassion for children and did a great deed today stopping and taking time with Ryan,” Nicole Sinno said. “We are so thankful for him and for all the officers on the CMPD task force.”
Ryan Sinno and CMPD Officer G.A. Stuart compared notes on Sept. 10 while on patrol in Ballantyne Commons. Ryan’s mother, Nicole Sinno, said Stuart was finishing a routine traffic stop near the neighborhood on Ballantyne Commons and saw Ryan driving his “police” car. Stuart pulled over, got out and talked to Ryan about his car and took a genuine interest in him, she said. They spoke about Stuart’s work and Ryan “patrolling” hi family’s neighborhood and agreed to be buddies keeping everyone safe. “Ofiicer Stuart showed such compassion for children and did a great deed today stopping and taking time with Ryan,” Nicole Sinno said. “We are so thankful for him and for all the officers on the CMPD task force.” Courtesy of Nicole Sinno
Ryan Sinno and CMPD Officer G.A. Stuart compared notes on Sept. 10 while on patrol in Ballantyne Commons. Ryan’s mother, Nicole Sinno, said Stuart was finishing a routine traffic stop near the neighborhood on Ballantyne Commons and saw Ryan driving his “police” car. Stuart pulled over, got out and talked to Ryan about his car and took a genuine interest in him, she said. They spoke about Stuart’s work and Ryan “patrolling” hi family’s neighborhood and agreed to be buddies keeping everyone safe. “Ofiicer Stuart showed such compassion for children and did a great deed today stopping and taking time with Ryan,” Nicole Sinno said. “We are so thankful for him and for all the officers on the CMPD task force.” Courtesy of Nicole Sinno

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