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Cody Cruisers Car Club - Bridge of Hope Child Advocacy Center
The Cody Cruisers also donated 75 new teddy bears for the Nebraska State Patrol's Teddy Bear in the Trunk program, which allows troopers in the field to give some "comfort to a child who is in an uncomfortable situation," said NSP Trooper Ryan Hayes, from Troop D, in North Platte.
"We definitely use them," said Hayes
When they arrived at state patrol ...
When they arrived at state patrol headquarters, they were met by Trooper Ryan Hayes.
asked the students what they could do when riding in automobiles to promote safety.
Some students said "Don't text or talk on the phone."
said that was important when driving a vehicle, but passengers also have a responsibility to not distract the driver.
"When you are in the car with your parents, don't get loud or fight with a brother or sister.
That could distract the driver," Hayes
asked the students who always wear their seatbelts to raise their hands.
explained the importance of seat belts.
"I have seen accidents that took people's lives simply because they failed to wear their seat belt," he
"In a head-on or a roll-over accident, seat belt usage can be the difference between living or dying."
gave each student the opportunity to ride the "seat belt convincer" -- a machine designed to simulate how seatbelts protect passengers in an impact collision.
As each kid strapped into the seat, Hayes
explained the proper way to wear a seatbelt and complimented them when they did properly.
let them explore his
patrol car and explained the equipment used on patrol.
"I hope you learned something," he
"Will you all make me a promise?
Will you do all you can to tell your parents and loved ones how important it is to wear their seatbelts and always wear them yourselves?"
"Also I want all of you to be alert when you are doing your crossing guard duty," he
On March 3, 2012 Trooper Ryan ...
On March 3, 2012 Trooper Ryan Hayes stopped Rajesh Dheri for going 93 mph on I-80.
Federal Judge Orders Justice Department To Return Over Million Dollars Taken At Traffic Stop By Nebraska Officers | JONATHAN TURLEY
The Dheris were in a rental car when Nebraska State Patrol Trooper Ryan Hayes pulled them over for speeding.
This is an easy pretext for stops since most people travel above the speed limit on highways.
As is often the case, the stop turned into a drug search and the officers asked if they could search the car.
The couple consent and they found the money.
The camera system inside Trooper Hayes' cruiser captured the Dheris' converation as Trooper Hayes searched the vehicle.
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Trooper Hayes discovered three pieces of luggage in the vehicle's rear cargo area.
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Trooper Ryan Hayes pulled ...
Trooper Ryan Hayes pulled over a speeding Rajesh, searched the vehicle, and seized the money after a police dog alerted to narcotics on the currency.