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ARS / Rescue Rooter Technician Honored with City of Raleigh Police Department Chief’s Citation

Oct 21 2013, 11:58am CDT | by PR.com

Raleigh Police Department honors Shane St. Pierre, an ARS / Rescue Rooter HVAC Technician for his bravery in helping to subdue a suspect.

Raleigh, NC, October 21, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Shane St. Pierre, an ARS® / Rescue Rooter® HVAC technician, received a Chief’s Citation from the Raleigh Police Department on Wednesday for his role in...

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ARS / Rescue Rooter Technician Honored with City of Raleigh Police Department Chief’s Citation

Oct 21 2013, 11:58am CDT | by PR.com

Raleigh Police Department honors Shane St. Pierre, an ARS / Rescue Rooter HVAC Technician for his bravery in helping to subdue a suspect.

Raleigh, NC, October 21, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Shane St. Pierre, an ARS® / Rescue Rooter® HVAC technician, received a Chief’s Citation from the Raleigh Police Department on Wednesday for his role in helping an injured police officer subdue a combative man.

While on a service call on the morning of July 31, 2013, St. Pierre witnessed several people running out of a local apartment complex building claiming that a man was inside throwing rocks and bricks. Still standing outside the commotion, he saw the man strike the officer with a brick multiple times. When he noticed that the officer was having difficulty subduing the man, St. Pierre immediately sprang into action and aided the injured officer as well as a second officer that arrived on the scene shortly after.

"Shane acted without hesitation to assist the officers in the apprehension of the suspect. His assistance clearly played a role in making it possible to restrain the suspect and limit injuries to all involved," said Police Chief Cassandra L. Deck-Brown. “I, along with the officers of the Raleigh Police Department, applaud his willingness to take action.”

ARS / Rescue Rooter of Raleigh General Manager Mike Smith added, “Shane exemplifies the strong fortitude of character that ARS / Rescue Rooter looks for in employees. We could not be more proud of him.”
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From left to right: Shane St. Pierre, ARS / Rescue Rooter HVAC Technician; Cassandra L. Deck-Brown, Raleigh Police Chief

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From left to right: Shane St. Pierre, ARS / Rescue Rooter HVAC Technician; Mike Smith, ARS / Rescue Rooter of Raleigh Branch Manager

About ARS®/Rescue Rooter® of Raleigh
ARS / Rescue Rooter is a leading brand of American Residential Services, LLC. Established in 1976, ARS / Rescue Rooter of Raleigh is a major provider of air conditioning, heating, indoor air quality, attic insulation, radiant barrier, ventilation, plumbing, drain cleaning and sewer line services for the Triangle area and beyond. With calls answered 24/7, count on ARS / Rescue Rooter to provide prompt service, up-front estimates and expert diagnosis.

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Emily Canaday
919-865-7777
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www.ars.com

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