12-year-old Girl Helps the Waterford Police Department

Twelve year old girl helps the Waterford Police Department.

The picture above is of 12-year-old Skyler Henry, a student at Clark Lane Middle School, and we wanted to tell you what a great job she did Sunday helping her community and the Waterford Police Department.

Skyler was in the woods near her house and found a bunch of wallets and purses that had been discarded. She told her parents and brought Officer Flanagan to where she found the items.

As a result, numerous people were able to get their belongings back, including driver's licenses, social security cards, credit cards, and other important items.

Thanks for your help Skyler, we appreciate it!

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Susan (Florio) Edwards December 03, 2012 at 05:43 PM
Great job Skyler, we're all very proud of you!! Love, Auntie Sue and Uncle Erick
Kerry Sullivan December 03, 2012 at 06:43 PM
Skyler, you did a great thing. I am sure a lot of people had their minds put at ease with you finding their belongings. Not everything can be replaced like a drivers license or new ss card. You might have found a wallet that held the last picture of a loved one, etc. Job well done young lady!
Diana Corazzelli December 03, 2012 at 07:03 PM
On behalf of the Ruby Team, We are very proud of your efforts! Your actions helped many people enjoy their holidays much better! Losing the information contained in a wallet is extremely stressful and can lead to all sorts of financial issues down the road. Good for you! You make us proud! You are a wonderful rolemodel for the whole community- young & old!
Hope T December 03, 2012 at 08:33 PM
Way to go Skylar and Nicolette! Your mammas raised you right, and it is not often enough that the small good deeds are recognized. Whoot whoot to you for being good citizens as well as great kids!
Daniella Ruiz December 06, 2012 at 11:44 AM
maybe the cops can lift some fingerprints from them and collar the criminal who discarded them. probably a local with a record anyway. that area must have 'eyes', someone must know something...
Kathy Ryan December 10, 2012 at 12:14 PM
Good job Skyler, I'm very proud of you. Love, Bubbi


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