VIDEO: Police surprise drivers with gifts instead of tickets

As part of the Delta department’s outreach program, a few drivers got a festive stop

Drivers were given a holiday surprise as Delta police officers gave out gifts instead of tickets during traffic stops.

One Tsawwassen teacher had a pretty strong reaction to the gift basket handed to her when she drove through a stop sign.



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