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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

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  • Amanda Arnold, left, watches as Bridgeport Police Sgt. Melody Pribesh plays with her 19-month-old son Kason Arnold after getting her car fixed Sunday, Dec. 23, 2012, in Bridgeport. Officers fixed Arnold's car after it broke down late Saturday night while Arnold was traveling to Florida. Bridgeport Police Sgt. Melody Pribesh allowed the two to stay with her overnight while police installed a new alternator and serpentine belt. She also went home with some extra cash after officers took up (Cody Duty / Hearst Newspapers ) Photo: Cody Duty, Cody Duty/Hearst Newspapers / The News-Times
    Amanda Arnold, left, watches as Bridgeport Police Sgt. Melody Pribesh plays with her 19-month-old son Kason Arnold after getting her car fixed Sunday, Dec. 23, 2012, in Bridgeport. Officers fixed Arnold's car after it broke down late Saturday night while Arnold was traveling to Florida. Bridgeport Police Sgt. Melody Pribesh allowed the two to stay with her overnight while police installed a new alternator and serpentine belt. She also went home with some extra cash after officers took up (Cody Duty / Hearst Newspapers ) Photo: Cody Duty, Cody Duty/Hearst Newspapers