Awww Enforcement

Photos by Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald
Vera Heeke of Ferdinand, 1, pretended to steer while sitting on the lap of her 3-year-old sister, Ella, inside a Ferdinand Police Department patrol car after storytime with police officers Tuesday morning at Ferdinand Branch Library. Police Chief Lloyd Froman read three police-themed books to the children. Afterward, Officer Eric Hopkins let the children explore the vehicle.

 

Ferdinand Police Chief Lloyd Froman read three police-themed books to children during storytime at the Ferdinand Public Library on Tuesday morning.

 

Claire Durcholz of Ferdinand, 5, checked out a Ferdinand Police patrol car after story time.

 

Emi Steczyk of Ferdinand and her 5-year-old twins, Casey, left, and Dylan, covered their ears as police officers prepared to sound the sirens on the patrol car.



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