In Terre Haute, Indiana, the 5-year-old son of a slain police officer received an overwhelming welcome for his first day back to school after his father's shooting death.
Heartwarming footage shows the youngster walking to the doors of his school, wearing his dad's badge around his neck, flanked by dozens of officers standing in solidarity for the courageous little boy.
Dakota returned to school Monday and didn't want to go alone. Then an officer presented the young LAD with his own SWAT shirt as he made his way to the door of Sullivan Elementary School.
Officers came from all over the state to greet Dakota for his first day back to school.
IN youngster Dakota Pitts was welcomed to school with a tribute from some of his father's colleagues.
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His father, Officer Rob Pitts, was shot and killed in the line of duty almost two weeks ago.
"He will definitely know that his dad was a hero", she told Fox6.
"Blood doesn't always make family and I think the blue family went above and beyond". Wolfe also died of a gunshot wound, but officials haven't yet released details about how he was shot.
A three-hour standoff ensued before Wolfe opened fire from the second floor of the apartment, fatally striking Pitts.
If you would like to help THPD's fundraiser, you can purchase a bracelet at the Terre Haute Police Department's records room.