Boy who bought NJ officers’ lunch with saved allowance gets own police car
WINSLOW TOWNSHIP, N.J. — A 5-year-old New Jersey boy who saved his allowance for seven months to buy lunch for police officers received a special gift of his own from the department.
After saving enough money, William Evertz Jr. went to Subway and bought sandwiches, snacks, and drinks for the officers last Wednesday, according to WABC.
To thank him for lunch and his support, a fleet of law enforcement officials stopped by his home on Tuesday to drop off a personalized police vehicle, complete with matching decals.
The Winslow Township Police Department captured the moment in a Facebook post:
As a thank you for lunch and being such a great kid, Winslow Twp Police officers bought and delivered William Evertz Jr. “Bubba” his personalized Winslow Twp Police car today. Thanks to VCI of Berlin, who were able to replicate and donate our actual Winslow Twp Police car decals.