Future trooper spends time with LSP officer
BATON ROUGE - A Louisiana State Police Trooper recently brought a smile to a little girl's face.
According to a post by state police, Trooper Borer met and spent time with a young "future trooper." The trooper's first name was not immediately provided.
The post goes on to say that 4-year-old Aliyah wants to group up to be a police officer and was excited to learn about what TPR Borer does.
Troop A #Trooper Borer recently met & spent a little time with a young future Trooper. Aliyah, who turns 5yo next month, wants to grow up to become a #police officer & was excited to learn all about what TPR Borer does. In a few years we’ll be glad to work alongside you Aliyah! pic.twitter.com/ZLHmilXVi3— LA State Police (@LAStatePolice) July 11, 2018
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