police stop wedding proposal

A woman was left screaming with joy when she discovered a routine traffic stop by police was, in fact, a bold proposal ploy by her boyfriend.

Manchester Township Police Chief Lisa Parker and Sergeant Chris Cerullo were conducting an ‘undercover operation’ when they pulled over a car in Manchester Township, New Jersey.

Having confirmed the driver was the owner of the car, Chief Parker asked the couple to step outside, saying she was investigating “something important.”

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With the couple standing by the trunk, Chief Parker then asked if there was anything she should know about – at which point the male driver declared he had an engagement ring.

The driver, identified as Matt, asked his girlfriend Brianna if she would marry him, to which she replied, “Oh my God, Yes!”

Chief Lisa Parker said afterwards that Brianna is the daughter of Manchester Police Command Support Assistant Ron Rhein.

Proposal

Chief Lisa Parker and Sgt. Chris Cerullo recently spent a few minutes of their day on a special assignment — helping Matt propose to Brianna, who is the daughter of our Command Support Assistant Ron Rhein. Before coming to Manchester Township, CSA Rhein was a sergeant in Howell, so Brianna grew up around the police profession and Matt recognized how special it would be to incorporate it into his proposal. It turned out to be an uplifting and memorable surprise for all! The entire Manchester Township Police Department wishes the happy couple the best of luck on their engagement!#proposal #congrats

Posted by Manchester Police on Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Story courtesy of Manchester Township PD / T&T Creative Media

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