Officer Tommy King, with the Baytown Police Department, patrols an apartment complex and keeps the criminals away.
Recently, he parked his car next to the leasing office.
14-year-old resident Annie James saw it, and didn't like it.
She wrote him a ticket because he was also parked on the curb and he didn't pull head in to the spot.
A rule that is clearly posted all over the property.
In a note Annie left on Officer King's car, she told him he had to pay a $10 fine to the manager.
King said, "I came to get my car and I saw a piece of paper on my windshield. I took it off, read it and started laughing immediately."
He thought it was neat that she made it for $10 but she didn't make it to herself.
So he decided to pay up, but in a better way, and gave the girl a 40 dollar gift card to Toys"R"Us.
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