LOXLEY, Ala. (WKRG) — Chereta Conner had a Mother’s Day in 2020 she’ll never forget. It started with her young son losing his wallet last Thursday. That’s when her young son Joshua lost his wallet at the Family Dollar. Conner says Loxley Police Officer Thayer Studt recovered it but it had the family’s old address in it. She says the officer then figured out what neighborhood they lived in currently and knocked on several doors until the wallet was returned.
Then Sunday Conner says a Studt returned with Officers Cameron King and Brian Coley. The trio surprised her with flowers on Mother’s Day and gifts for her children.
“What I take away from all this is if you show kindness, kindness will come back and there are still good officers in this world and there are still people willing to show love and kindness and that’s what we need in this world,” said Chereta Conner.
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