Police officers across the country put their lives on the line every day to protect their fellow Americans from all kinds of dangerous situations.
But one police officer just saved a child in a way that no one could have expected.
While leftist groups like Black Lives Matter and Anti-fa continue to disrespect and attack law enforcement, others are recognizing the sacrifices they make to keep us safe.
For an 8-year-old boy in Wisconsin, an officer did more than just keep him safe. During a desperate moment of need, she became his guardian angel.
Milton Township police officer Lindsey Bittorf was perusing Facebook in early December when she came across a post from a Janesville mother who’d made a public plea for potential donors.
Kristi Goll turned to social media after years of testing determined that friends and family weren’t a match for her boy, 8-year-old Jackson Arneson, who was born with a condition called Posterior Urethral Valves.
Jackson went in for a routine kidney appointment the end of November. At this appointment, his labs showed that his…
When Officer Bittorf read that a little boy needed her help, there was only one thing for her to do.
Because of her commitment to helping others, Bittorf got herself tested to see if she was a potential match for Jackson.
Testing revealed that both Officer Bittorf and Jackson were blood type O+ and had more than enough matching antigens for her to be his donor.
Officer Bittorf surprised the ecstatic family at their home, telling Jackson, “I took an oath to serve and protect our community and now my kidney is going to serve and protect you.”
The two former strangers are now scheduled for surgery together on June 22nd.