6-Year-Old Boy with Leukemia Apprehends ‘Suspect’ While Being Cop For The DayJesus Daily
A six-year-old boy with leukemia spent the day as an officer with the California Highway Patrol, pulling over a “suspect” and shooting a radar gun at traffic. Tristan, who has been battling leukemia for three years, joined the Golden Gate division of the California Highway Patrol, dressed in uniform. He started off his day by using a radar gun to monitor traffic and later apprehended a “suspect,” a fellow officer, who was driving too fast. They then go off to check out the Patrol’s fleet of planes with the crew, who showered him with toys.
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