‘Donut Boy’ Returns to Twin Cities to Treat More Officers, Say Thank You
In an ultimate sign of respect, one young man has been traveling the country to honor police officers with a sugary treat.
10-year-old Tyler Carach's mission began two years ago when he bought a team of deputies some donuts to say thank you in his home state of Florida. Since then, he's handed out over 50,000 donuts to officers in dozens of states... including his second trip to Minnesota in the past six months:
According to Bring Me The News, he made stops to Roseville, St. Paul and Anoka police departments this past week. On top of all those delicious donuts and coffee, every cop in attendance also received a thank you card as well.
No surprise, Tyler would also like to become a police officer himself one day.
If you'd like to follow along with Tyler's mission, you can periodically check back to his website, called "I DONUT Need a Reason to THANK a Cop". You can also follow him on Twitter, HERE.
What an awesome story/journey. His parents have done an incredible job and have raised this kid right! It definitely puts your faith back in humanity after all the horrific news from Texas this past Friday.
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