Man's arrest turns into epic proposal

Posted at 9:32 PM, Dec 09, 2016

A Nebraska man turned his arrest into an epic marriage proposal.

“Cameron does not throw surprises,” said Amber Kult, who has been dating Cameron Dean for eight years, and has been patiently waiting for him to pop the question.

“I am not a very outgoing person, I knew if I decided to go out on vacation she would know something was up,” said Dean.

He said he finally bought a ring and had to think of the perfect way to ask the perfect girl. 

“I was like, she would total believe I screwed up,” said Dean, and that thought led to hatching an impressive proposal.

With the help of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, deputies agreed to arrest Cameron, take him to jail, which is is where Kult works. 

As deputies pulled Dean out of the police cruiser, Kult had no idea what was going on and within a matter of seconds, Dean asked the all important question.

“After I dropped the ring,” said Dean, “That was hurry up, grab that and get on your knee, then the look on her face after that turned around was astonishing.” 

Kult said the proposal was perfect.

“I feel like I am in a dream,” she said. She said yes.  Now they are both riding high and engaged to be married. 

“Giving me pats on the back and good job, Cameron finally did it, and I’m like yeah!” said Kult.

The couple said the wedding planning has just started, and they want to thank the Washington County Sheriff’s Office for all their help. 

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