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Eleven-Year-Old Takes the Law Into His Own Hands

There's a lil man of the law in Louisville, KY. Aspiring police officer, Landon Wilburn, took matters into his own hands when he noticed how many drivers were speeding through his neighborhood. To protect the children at play, the young man who has three younger brothers, began tracking the speed of cars passing by. One report said:

About a month ago, he put on an orange safety vest, took a battery-powered flashlight with a built-in siren, and along with his radar gun, he hit the road.

As a result, when drivers see Landon, they hit their brakes.

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milosmommy milosmommy 7 years
I wish someone would do that on my street.
carbizkate carbizkate 7 years
Yikes! He was in the road in some of those shots! I think that what he's doing is very clever and adorable but I hope he is very careful.
jennifer76 jennifer76 7 years
He's standing on the grass in his own yard with a reflective vest and a helmet. How much safer could the kid get without going inside and sitting on his couch and not caring about what goes on around him?Good for the little guy!
jennifer76 jennifer76 7 years
He's standing on the grass in his own yard with a reflective vest and a helmet. How much safer could the kid get without going inside and sitting on his couch and not caring about what goes on around him? Good for the little guy!
steviasweet steviasweet 7 years
OK, he's not on the sidewalk. OOPS-that is NOT safe.
steviasweet steviasweet 7 years
Looks like he's on the sidewalk, and he's wearing a high-visibility vest. He's probably much safer than the average kid standing on the sidewalk.
Greggie Greggie 7 years
I agree, smart but dangerous.
Greggie Greggie 7 years
I agree, smart but dangerous.
MartiniLush MartiniLush 7 years
Yeah, you have to hand it to the little guy, but geez - he could have gotten hurt!
pinkprincess1101 pinkprincess1101 7 years
very sweet yet very dangerous
pinkprincess1101 pinkprincess1101 7 years
very sweet yet very dangerous
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