Friday, June 1 marks National Doughnut Day and Texas law enforcement have excitedly celebrated the holiday.
Temple police celebrated by offering their doughnut order just in case anyone wanted to bring some to the police department:
In Belton, officers were spotting following a doughnut pursuit:
Today is National Doughnut Day. Please celebrate responsibly. ?? pic.twitter.com/i2PrkM9eit— Belton Police Dept (@BeltonPolice) June 1, 2018
Houston police working the night shift patiently waited, along with their K9, for Shipley Do-Nuts to open:
HPD Northeast night shift officers and @K9TRex waiting on #donutday @ShipleyDo_Nuts are like:#openopenopen #isittimeyet#NationalDonutDay #NationalDoughnutDay #NationalDonutDay2018 pic.twitter.com/1jagFiJQnq— Houston Police (@houstonpolice) June 1, 2018
Williamson County deputies are saving lives and doughnuts!
Fort Worth Police decided to interpret National Doughnut Day slightly differently...
In Irving, doughnuts are really called "power rings."
A little ways away from Irving, Arlington police prefer the name "energy rings."
Happy National Doughnut Day to our Texas law enforcement!
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