While on his day off so no one would know, Morris Froscher replaced an 8-year-old boy’s piggy bank. The Florida sheriff’s deputy (pictured above, center) also topped it off with $20.
“The child was very upset so I just wanted to do something that would make him feel better,” said the Volusia county deputy in a recent interview.
His boss got a note from the boy and discovered it wasn’t the first time Froscher had helped while off duty.
Froscher’s file was full of numerous commendations from citizens for deeds like, mentoring an out-of-control child and placing a confused 88-year-old man in a hotel room and calling his family instead of charging him for not having a driver’s license.
(READ the feature story from the Daytona Beach News-Journal)
Story tip from Chrissy Daugherty – Sheriff’s Department Photo