JAMESBURG, N.J. (CBS) — When Jamesburg Police Ptl. Quinn stopped by Villa Borgese in Helmetta, New Jersey to select up meals he didn’t anticipate what occurred subsequent – his meals had been anonymously paid for.
However this isn’t your abnormal story of citizen pays for an officer’s meals to thank them for his or her service, there’s just a little extra to this story.
Because of what the Jamesburg Police Division say was “diligent police work,” they found out who had paid for Ptl. Quinn’s dinner – eight-yr-previous Mikayla Raji.
The younger woman was eating together with her mom, Mimi Jimenez-Raji, when the officer had arrived to select up his meals. Mikayla shortly greeted the officer and whispered in her mom’s ear – she was asking her if they might decide up the officer’s tab.
Mikayla has her personal particular tie to regulation enforcement – her mom is a retired Perth Amboy Police Officer and her father was additionally an officer with the identical division however was killed within the line of obligation by a drunk driver in 2008, earlier than Mikayla was born.
The division has now began a GoFundMe to assist pay for her future schooling.
“Thanks for purchasing Ptl. Quinn’s dinner. You’ve got an OPEN invitation to cease by Headquarters everytime you need, and this time dinner is on us! Your dad can be so pleased with the individual you’re. In the event you ever want us for something, you’ll be able to assure we will probably be there for you,” learn a submit on the division’s Fb web page.
Additionally they had a particular message to Mikayla’s mother:
“On behalf of all of the members of the Jamesburg Police Division, we need to thanks for Tommy’s service in addition to yours. Mikayla is a superb child, and you have to be very pleased with her.”