Married Off Duty Police Officers Stop Robbery On Date Night

by americaskeepersinc on February 19, 2020

Louisville, Kentucky – Date night with a twist? A hero twist.

Two married off duty police officers on date night are being praised for stopping a robbery in progress at a fast food restaurant on Feb. 15th. Detective Chase McKeown and Officer Nicole McKeown of Elizabethtown Police Department were eating at Raising Cane’s restaurant when they noticed a man robbing the cashier at gunpoint.

A man wearing a surgical mask and a dark hoodie approached the cashier and brandished a firearm in an attempt to rob the location.

“That’s where that repetitiveness and that training kicks in,” Nicole McKeown told a tv reporter.

Detective Chase McKeown and Officer Nicole McKeown of Elizabethtown Police Department

The suspect, whom police identified as Justin Carter, is seen in the video running out of the restaurant, with the couple chasing him.

The couple chased Carter through downtown Louisville and arrested him with the help of local police officers, Louisville Metro Police Department said.

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