Utah Officer Replaces 76-Year-Old Grandma’s Stolen Thanksgiving Dinner | #ESC_LLC #Police #Thanksgiving #Kindness | When 76-year-old Tisina Wolfgramm Gerber discovered that the Thanksgiving dinner she had purchased for her children and grandchildren had been stolen from her parked car, she reluctantly called the police to report what had happened.
Officer Chad Leetham took the report and then proceeded to contact community members to get another turkey and all the trimmings donated, according to WJLA-TV News.
“When I read this news article, it brought tears to my eyes,” says John Larkin, ESC Senior Partner. “We hear so much bad news about police officers and it’s refreshing to hear something good for a change.”
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