Friday, November 26, 2021

Savannah says thank you to deputies

The Denton County Sheriff's Office on Monday hosted Savannah Solis and her mom, Debbie.
The Denton County Sheriff’s Office on Monday hosted Savannah Solis, who wants to thank officers.

Sheriff Will Travis and Denton County Deputies had a special visitor Monday when 10-year-old Savannah Solis of Tyler, Texas visited the Sheriff’s Office to say thank you.

Her goal was to thank and get autographs from as many officers as she could.

Police Officers are Savannah’s heroes, and she feels it’s important to tell them thank you.

When Savannah heard about the murders of NYPD Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos last December, she was so moved that she decided to show her support by sending thank you notes to police officers in New York City and all over Texas.

To date, she has sent and given out over 17,000 thank you cards.

On Monday, she continued her quest to thank officers in all parts of the state.

Savannah has wanted to be a police officer ever since she was little, and her goal is to be a K-9 Officer.

In addition to Sheriff Travis, Denton County K-9 Deputies, K-9s, and as many deputies were on hand to say hello and sign autographs for Savannah.

CTG Staff
The Cross Timbers Gazette News Department

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