A police department in New Jersey recently made an arrest in what can only be described as the most cordial arrest ever.
The Montvale Police Department shared a handwritten letter on its Facebook page that was sent in by someone they had arrested for an unknown crime.
The letter read, "This is to all the officers who assisted in my arrest. I know that it will not do anything or change. I just wanted to apologize for that day. You were just doing your job. Sorry and thank you, TR."
The department, which doesn't usually receive apologies from people they arrest, was touched by the gesture so they shared the letter and wrote, "It takes a tremendous amount of maturity and courage to walk into a police department and hand-deliver a note like this one. Thank you, TR. It was appreciated." (Pascak Valley Daily Voice)