The Mt. Juliet police Capt. Tyler Chandler poses with Caroline.
A Tennessee girl was Saturday praised for her selfless efforts in trying to help the family of a fallen police officer.
Caroline Piche, 6, set up a lemonade stand in Wilson County to help raise money for the family of Dickson County Sheriff’s Deputy Daniel Baker, who was killed in the line-of-duty in the last month.
Caroline, who said she wants to be a police officer when she is older, brought more than $1,000 in five hours, according to WSMV-TV. The Mt. Juliet police officers were some of her first customers.
“This morning, we had four Mt. Juliet police officers as our first customers,” her mother Cherish Piche told WSMV-TV. “They were on the social media, talking with another officer to tell them to stop.”
The Mt. Juliet Police Capt. Tyler Chandler said her efforts were appreciated.
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“When I heard that Caroline was raising money for cases DCSO Sgt. Baker, I made sure to go visit her today to express how much our department appreciates her efforts,” said Chandler. “Her compassion is a strong reminder that there is so much goodness in our world, especially in her.”
A woman from Dickson County saw Caroline story go viral and sent her mother a Facebook message. The woman said that she wants to help organize more lemonade stands to help make more money for the Baker family, to the station.
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