ANDERSON, Ohio (WCMH)–A little boy got a special visit Tuesday from an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper who made a big impact on him earlier this year.
Trooper Adrian Wilson pulled over the boy’s grandmother, Linda Miller, earlier this year. The Patrol explained what happened on Facebook:
“In the letter she (Miller) explained that she was pulled over for speeding and during the traffic stop her young grandson was scared and concerned. Tpr. Wilson went out of his way to make the young child feel comfortable and took the time to be sensitive to his feelings. She went on to explain that Tpr. Wilson made such a positive impact during the traffic stop that her grandson went as a trooper for Halloween this year.”
The boy’s mother, Natalie Miller-Stulley, posted photos of Wilson presenting a model car to the boy at their home in Anderson.