From the Covington Police Department facebook Page
Last week officers were dispatched to a residence in Covington reference a juvenile refusing to go to school. When Officer Bret Miller arrived at the residence he learned that the juvenile was not refusing to go to school, but missed his bus and needed a ride. Officer Miller agreed to give the juvenile a ride to school. On the ride, Officer Miller observed the juvenile to be wearing pants that were torn and tattered. While driving the juvenile to school, Officer Miller learned this was the only pair of pants he owned that met the dress code. After dropping the juvenile off at school, Officer Miller went to a local store and bought (out of his pocket) the juvenile two new pairs of khaki pants. He then returned to school and gave them to the juvenile.
What an amazing job done by Officer Bret Miller. He is a tremendous asset to our department. His simple act of kindness will have a positive impact on the life of a child. What more could a Chief ask?
Chief Tim Lentz