Tracy Stallworth jumps his skateboard off a flight of stairs. After working with Apex Police Capt. Jacques Gilbert to diffuse tensions between local teens and officers, he also helped design the new Apex Skate Park. Gilbert and the now 20-year-old Stallworth were invited to the White House for a law enforcement summit Monday.
Tracy Stallworth jumps his skateboard off a flight of stairs. After working with Apex Police Capt. Jacques Gilbert to diffuse tensions between local teens and officers, he also helped design the new Apex Skate Park. Gilbert and the now 20-year-old Stallworth were invited to the White House for a law enforcement summit Monday. COURTESY OF TRACY STALLWORTH
Tracy Stallworth jumps his skateboard off a flight of stairs. After working with Apex Police Capt. Jacques Gilbert to diffuse tensions between local teens and officers, he also helped design the new Apex Skate Park. Gilbert and the now 20-year-old Stallworth were invited to the White House for a law enforcement summit Monday. COURTESY OF TRACY STALLWORTH

Apex police officer, skater honored at White House for improving relations

September 21, 2015 04:50 PM

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