Hollywood would have a difficult time coming up with a story like this. As the old saying goes, truth is stranger than fiction. A police officer took an over the counter DNA test and the results revealed something that he wasn’t expecting at all… Profiles In Courage – A Police Officer Took A DNA Test And Got Shocking Results in this episode of the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast.

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From the Palm Beach Post, Boynton Beach “Police Officer Eric Reynolds spent 49 years believing he was the oldest child. But everything changed with a swab of saliva and click of an email.”

“Good morning,” wrote 51-year-old David Stull, an Orange County Sheriff’s Office sergeant. ”… we are half-brothers.”

(Photo from Sun-sentinel.com. Profiles In Courage – A Police Officer Took A DNA Test And Got Shocking Results.)

Stull, who was adopted as an infant, partook in the DNA testing kit to learn more about his family ancestry and health history.

“He figured maybe a second-cousin or two would pop up, but to his surprise, it also told him he had a half-sibling — located just a few hours away.”

(Photo from MSN.com. Profiles In Courage – A Police Officer Took A DNA Test And Got Shocking Results)

And, not only did he have a half brother that he knew nothing about, they both work in law enforcement in the same State. Adding more fuel to the nature versus nurture argument.

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(Photo from MSN.com, compiled by LET staff. Profiles In Courage – A Police Officer Took A DNA Test And Got Shocking Results.)

Please join us in thanking Eric Reynolds and Dave Stull for their service.

Boynton Beach Police Officer Eric Reynolds, was a guest on a prior episode, season 1 episode 13 of the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast. In that episode Eric spoke about a violent encounter and shootout with a bank robbery suspect.


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