Man With Down Syndrome Has Dream Come True When He’s Sworn in as Police Officer

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Brennan Wheatley’s dreams came true when he was sworn in to become a police officer for the day in Campbellsville, Kentucky. For Wheatley, who has Down syndrome, becoming a police officer was not only his dream, but birthday wish, and both came true on Wednesday morning, according to 7 News Boston.

“He’s so loving and so good with the officers,” Police Chief Patricia Thompson told the news outlet. Wheatley got a uniform, badge, and was able to patrol the streets with officer Andy Warren, even making a traffic stop arrest along the way.

The touching gesture was shared by Love What Matters where it has been liked over 40,000 times.

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Governor Matt Bevin also gave Wheatley a proclamation telling him to honor his “officer of the day” duties. It’s safe to say that Wheatley was definitely one very happy man.

Watch the video of Wheatley’s special day below!

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