Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-06-25 05:23:17 –
Along: Monica Ryan, Catherine Hessel, KTVI, Nexstar media cable
Posted: Posted on Jun 25, 2021 / 4:23 pm CDTUpdated: June 25, 2021 / 4:23 a.m. CDT
ST. Charles, MO (KTVI) – The St. Charles Police Station surprised a boy who was running with a new puppy more than two weeks ago.
Jayden Williams was walking his dog when he stripped off his collar and ran into traffic. When that happened, the 12-year-old father was working, but St. Charles City Park Ranger Robert Norris came to help.
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“A little boy came up to me and said, ‘I need help. Save the dog. ‘ The dog was in the middle of the street, ”said Norris.
Jayden’s dog was hit by a car and couldn’t survive. Norris could tell Jayden was desperate, but said he was tearfully trying to be brave. He called his commanding officer to see what they could do for the boy.
The story spread around the St. Charles Police Station and they contacted a 5 acre animal shelter.
The city police station, animal management and community development were banned together and raised money for Jayden to get a new dog. There was also a Cardinals ticket and a Nintendo Switch.
“It’s a conservative phrase to say that you’re excited,” said Ashley Michels, of the St. Charles Police Department. “I had to suppress some serious emotions here.”
Jayden called his 12 week old pup an angel.
“I am very proud to be part of this organization these days. There are quite a few warm people out there so when you see them thank them a little! ” said Michel. Said.
Quincy Williams, Jayden’s father, said he was grateful for showing his kindness to his son.
“Honestly, everything they have done for me is amazing,” he said. “I had a hard time for a while, but he smiled on his face and did what he couldn’t do now.”
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