There must be heroism in DNA for city's protection groups.
Wednesday, July 27, 2011 at 3:00 am (Updated: July 27, 3:02 am)
Routine heroism must be in the job descriptions for public servants in Simpsonville.
First there was an off-duty police officer who saved a horse from a burning barn, then there was the firefighter who interrupted his dinner with his family to sustain and save the life of a neighbor having a heart attack.
Now we have yet another police officer – Ron DeSoto – who has rescued a stolen purse from an elderly shopper at Walmart and arrested the thief.
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