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Elementary student writes police hilarious thank you letter for pulling over his mom

A student at Huggins Elementary wrote this hilarious letter to the Fulshear Police Department. (Source: Fulshear Police Department) A student at Huggins Elementary wrote this hilarious letter to the Fulshear Police Department. (Source: Fulshear Police Department)
FULSHEAR, TX (KXXV) -

An elementary student in the Houston area wrote a hilarious thank you letter to the police department for pulling over his mom.

Each year, the students at Higgins Elementary send letters to Fulshear police officers during police week to show their appreciation.

This student thanked police because he says his mom deserved being pulled over after she took the student's phone away, which made them pretty unhappy. 

According to the letter, this wasn't this mom's first traffic stop, even though the student says "she always brags about how good of a driver she is." 

"We always love reading them," Fulshear police said on Facebook. "Some of them are very funny due to their wonderful honesty."

The whole letter reads: 

“Dear Fulshear Police Officer, 
Thank you for pulling my mom over because she deserved it because she took my phone away and I did not like it and how she always brags about how good of a driver she is. And it just annoys me. And how that one time she got pulled over because she did not have a ezsticker on her window and when she came home and told me that I just laughed. And I also remember that time when one of my moms back lights weren’t working and she got pulled over.”

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