KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) – A local boy had a rough start to the school day, but two Kansas City police officers offered some assistance.
Savion, 7, was waiting for the school bus. It never came.
That’s when two Kansas City police officers, Charles Owen and Michael Livers, pulled up.
After the officers called his mother, they realized he was at the bus stop for two hours. They gave him a ride to school and became fast friends.
“Just out of the blue, he told us his favorite movie was Major Payne, and we’re both fans of Major Payne, so pretty much the whole time we’re driving in the car, we’re quoting the movie,” Owen said.
Because Savion waited for two hours at the bus stop, he missed breakfast.
Once again, the officers came to the rescue, as they stopped at McDonald’s on the way to school.
The officers also provided Savion some baseball cards and a police bracelet.