As the old saying goes, "A son is a son until he takes a wife. A daughter is a daughter for life."

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If that's true, Mark Sharbono is set for the remainder of his days. He's the father of 4 girls and they are all obviously fans of their Dad.

Who could blame them? As his daughter, Savanna Karch, wrote in her beautiful nomination letter of her Dad, "He never takes off his Dad cap."

His selfless, kind heart is exactly why Mark was an easy choice as this week's recipient of the Kiss Country Caught in the Act Award.

Just look at why!

Mark Sharbono is the epitome of a dad, jack-of-all-trades and whole hearted in his career as Assistant Chief of Police with Shreveport. He has been with SPD for over 30 years, in 2001 he was shot in line of duty. When asked if he was going to quit he responded "If I don't do it, then who will?" He is the father is FOUR daughters and a Papaw to five grandchildren, along with many "bonus kids" as he calls them (kid's friends). He's dad to everyone! When it comes to his kids and grandchildren Mark is a teddy bear and child himself. The selflessness that he has from being such an amazing father carries over into his carrier. He never takes off the "dad cap". He has dedicated so much of his time and life into helping and serving his community, friends and family. All doing so without even having a second thought about it.

Mark Sharbono, because you've been 'Caught in the Act' the gang at Silver Star Smokehouse have a $100 Gift Certificate for you and the family to come have dinner!

Take a listen to the phone call we made to Mark to let him know that he was this week's Caught In The Act Award recipient.

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