Boy Saves Up Allowance For 7 Months To Buy Police Lunch

WINSLOW TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — A 5-year-old boy in New Jersey has picked up the lunch tab for his police department.

William Evertz Jr. saved up his allowance for seven months and went to a Subway restaurant on Wednesday to get sandwiches for officers in Winslow Township. His mother says he told her he wanted the officers to rest so they could protect the town.

Police made the boy an honorary officer and gave him a special shirt and badges. He also got a ride home in a police car with lights and siren.

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  1. Burt Ward says:

    Will remember this for a long time. This is the solution to our law problems. We need to goway, way,way back to last half of the 1750’s and return to our original state. That means YOU WILL take your turn guarding the city! You will NOT be able to buy your turn from someone else.

  2. Morley Johnson says:

    We “ALL” could learn a lot from our children if we only chose to!

  3. Ed James says:

    When he turns 16 he will be driving with a broken tail light and …….

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