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NoGlamour229
09-03-2011, 16:27
Check out the following link. All around a great story!!

http://www.kcrg.com/news/local/Officer-Tim-Davis-Returns-to-Patrol-After-Serious-Brain-Injury-128843573.html

msu_grad_121
09-03-2011, 16:58
My God that's awesome! Makes me proud that I share a species with that guy! Hopes and prayers for his continued improvement and for a long, happy career!

:patriot:

Hunca Munca
09-03-2011, 20:09
:thumbsup:

Hack
09-03-2011, 21:51
Great officer material. He pulled through this far and is improving as he keeps going. That says a lot about his drive, his motivation, and his character.

OmniscientX
09-03-2011, 23:48
That's some dedication there. Hope everything works out for him.

Newcop761
09-05-2011, 13:03
Truly inspiring.

Cochese
09-05-2011, 19:03
Wife dumped him in the process.

Classy.

That officer is a bamf.

A6Gator
09-05-2011, 19:15
Wife dumped him in the process.

Classy.

That officer is a bamf.

He obviously deserves better, looks like it'll work out that way.

Kadetklapp
09-07-2011, 06:54
Wife dumped him in the process.

Classy.

That officer is a bamf.

What a hoe-dock. "For better or worse, richer or poorer, in sickness and in health."

Poor guy. :crying:

Brucev
09-07-2011, 07:47
Very glad he survived and is making progress to full recovery. Tragic that his marriage fell apart. Very hard to deal with the consequences of head trauma. In this case, family and co-workers state that the assault resulted in him having a "drastically altered personality." It is one thing to work day to day with such a person. To live with them is something else entirely.

DaBigBR
09-07-2011, 09:26
Wife dumped him in the process.

Classy.

That officer is a bamf.

He obviously deserves better, looks like it'll work out that way.

What a hoe-dock. "For better or worse, richer or poorer, in sickness and in health."

Poor guy. :crying:

Very glad he survived and is making progress to full recovery. Tragic that his marriage fell apart. Very hard to deal with the consequences of head trauma. In this case, family and co-workers state that the assault resulted in him having a "drastically altered personality." It is one thing to work day to day with such a person. To live with them is something else entirely.

You know, I honestly don't blame the wife. It's unfortunate, but it's reality. She stuck it out for over a year.

NoGlamour229
09-07-2011, 23:02
Wife dumped him in the process.

Everybody said he wasn't the same after the incident. I knew another officer who was involved in a motorcycle accident...nearly died. He wasn't the same either after his head injury.

OldCurlyWolf
09-07-2011, 23:48
one of the symptoms is often Violent outbursts. Often they never hurt anyone, but it can be almost as scary as serving a Psych warrant.