Young cancer patient becomes honorary police officer
SHOWS: FREEPORT, TEXAS, UNITED STATES (FEBRUARY 7, 2019) (FREEPORT POLICE DEPARTMENT - MUST ON SCREEN COURTESY FREEPORT POLICE DEPARTMENT / NO RESALE) 1.
GIRL ABIGAIL ROSE ARIAS BECOMING HONORARY OFFICER OF THE FREEPORT POLICE DEPARTMENT AND TAKING OATH TO HELP OTHERS AND CONTINUE FIGHTING "BAD GUYS" UNTIL ALL HER CANCER IS GONE AT POLICE DEPARTMENT STORY: A little girl battling cancer became an Honorary Officer at the Freeport Police Department in Freeport, Texas on Thursday (February 7), in a ceremony attended by well-wishers.
A video shared by the Freeport Police Department shows the girl named Abigail taking an oath to help others and to continue to fight the "bad guys" until her cancer is gone.
"Abigail and her family feel extremely blessed with all of the love support that they are receiving," the Freeport Police Department told Reuters in an email.
"Abigail has had fun wearing her uniform out to dinner and proudly represents her role as an Honorary Police Officer with our department", the police added.
Officer O'Sullivan's dad, Denis O'Sullivan, spoke in the press conference Tuesday afternoon saying his daughter wanted "nothing more than to be a police officer. Specifically, she wanted to serve as a..
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