Newman Police Officers Association presented a special gift to a California toddler who was spending his first Christmas without his police officer father.
The baby was spending his first Christmas without his police officer father after his father was killed in December 2018. He got a special present from his late father’s colleagues.
Newman Police Corporal Ronil Singh, 33-year-old, was killed in the early hours of December 26, 2018, after he pulled across a suspected drunk driver.
The gunman who was later identified as Gustavo Arriaga Perez escaped from the scene, and a two-day search managed to his arrest before he planned to leave to Mexico.
This Christmas, the Newman Police Officers Association determined to make Singh’s son holidays a little bit extraordinary.
In a Facebook post shared on Christmas, Newman police stated that Singh had always said that his son would grow up to be a police officer like him and that he wished to teach him the lines one day.
To get an early start, the Newman Police Officers Association gave the baby his very own patrol car, which a local anonymous resident modeled that look just like his dad’s old one.
The police department posted on Facebook as “Merry Christmas Baby Singh!”
Singh’s death last year got the attention of President Trump, who at the moment asked for tighter border security after praising Singh’s “service to his fellow citizens.”