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Two Houston cops lead chicks on mission to find their mother

Cracking the case! Two Houston cops lead chicks on mission to find their mother during the Easter weekend

  • Cute video shows Houston Police Sgt. Engelhart encountering a group of little chicks walking down a sidewalk in Memorial Park on Saturday
  • Sgt. Engelhart helps to line up the birds and lead them on a search mission to find their mother 
  • Priscillia Thompson, a reporter with Decision 2020 for NBC News, captured the video of Sgt. Engelhart in Memorial park
  • Houston Police Asst. Chief Larry Satterwhite ran into the same family of chicks, apparently still searching for their mother
  • He, too, formed the group into a line and set off on an operation to find their mother
  • Learn more about how to help people impacted by COVID

A Houston Police Department sergeant was captured on video helping chicks find their mother on Saturday. 

Houston Police Sgt. Engelhart gathered the birds for a search mission down a sidewalk in Memorial park, which was closed due to coronavirus.

Priscillia Thompson took a break from her regular job covering the presidential election for Decision 2020 for NBC News to capture the footage of cuteness.

The little chicks were scrambled on a sidewalk in a Houston park, looking for their mother

The little chicks were scrambled on a sidewalk in a Houston park, looking for their mother

Houston Police Sgt. Engelhart organized the little chicks into a straight line in the park

Houston Police Sgt. Engelhart organized the little chicks into a straight line in the park

Once the little chicks all lined up straight, Sgt. Engelhart began marching the birdies down the sidewalk to look for their mother

Once the little chicks all lined up straight, Sgt. Engelhart began marching the birdies down the sidewalk to look for their mother

In her tweet she said the sergeant also helped her after she locked her keys in her car.  

‘A big thank you to Sgt. Engelhart who not only helped me after I locked my keys in the car this morning, but also helped these little chicks find their way back to mom — all while making sure that folks know all parks are closed due to #COVID19.’ 

Houston Police Asst. Chief Larry Satterwhite caught up with the same family of little chicks in search of their mother. He manages to escort them safely down the sidewalk.

Another Houston officer, Asst. Chief Larry Satterwhite, also tried to help the same family of little lost chicks find their mother in another part of Memorial Park

Another Houston officer, Asst. Chief Larry Satterwhite, also tried to help the same family of little lost chicks find their mother in another part of Memorial Park

The obedient little chicks are very responsive to Asst. Chief Satterwhite's leadership

The obedient little chicks are very responsive to Asst. Chief Satterwhite’s leadership

With the help of this police escort, little chicks were able to make their way safely down the path, but there's no word on whether they ever found their mom

With the help of this police escort, little chicks were able to make their way safely down the path, but there’s no word on whether they ever found their mom

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