Overnight Open Thread: Police Officer Thanks Young McDonald’s Employee In Wolf Point, MT For Kindness…
There is still hope for the younger generation.
Former Roosevelt County Deputy Sheriff and current Fort Peck Tribes Division of Drug Enforcement Investigator had a “run in” with a very caring young man today.
Investigator Clay McGeshick posted on Facebook today:
Just went through the drive thru at McDonald’s, the young man at the first window realized I was a cop, He said ” Sir you don’t have to pay for your meal, I got it.”
It caught me off guard. I told him thank you for being generous and he just made my day, but I can’t take free stuff. I told him to use the money for a tip, he smiled. After getting my food, I went and spoke to a manager and told them they need to give this young man a raise and keep him on board.
The Manager advised he was new and she really appreciated me coming to her and giving a shout out to this young man.
All I got was his first name [Marcus]……with all the hatred toward LE [Law Enforcement] these days, it’s good to see a young man not being affected by it. So if you go to McDonald’s today and you see this young man at the first Drive in window, be nice to him!”