This is what I found on FOXNEWS.COM:
One kindhearted sheriff’s officer in North Carolina wanted to ensure a local boy could enjoy a “normal as possible” Halloween after the child’s family lost their home and belongings in a devastating fire. The deputy surprised the youngster with a Batman costume to replace the outfit destroyed in the blaze.
On Monday morning, a Hendersonville County RV went up in flames while the family of Damon, 6, took to youngster to school, WLOS reports.
“He brought up his Batman Halloween costume. He hoped it wasn’t in the RV, and his grandmother kind of looked over at me and told me that it was,” Griffin recalled.
The deputy headed to Walmart, purchasing the same costume in a heroic effort to save the child’s holiday.
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Batman would definitely approve: https://t.co/t2TykkUtPs
— FOX 32 News (@fox32news) October 13, 2019
A Henderson County Sheriff’s Office Captain saved Halloween for a 6-year old North Carolina boy after his family lost everything in a house fire, including the boy’s Halloween costume.https://t.co/sEzLNNubom
— CBS 4 News (@kgbt) October 11, 2019
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