'4th Of July Checkpoint' YouTube Star Sheriff Deputy A.J. Ross Named 'Deputy Of The Year'Chris | InformationLiberation
Dec. 18, 2013
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In a big "F you" to the people of America, deputy A.J. Ross made famous for harassing a man at a checkpoint on the fourth of July has been given a "Deputy of the Year" award by the agency responsible for setting up such checkpoints throughout the state.
From WGNS via r/BCND:
The Tennessee Governor’s Highway Safety Office has chosen Rutherford County Sheriff’s Department Deputy A.J. Ross as their “Deputy of the Year.” You may recall Ross is the deputy who became a YouTube sensation after a motorist refused to roll his window down during a sobriety checkpoint earlier this year (July of 2013).