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“The Donut Boy” to make stop in Shawnee County

Tyler Carach, an 11-year-old boy from Florida known to many as “The Donut Boy,” will soon be making a stop in Shawnee County.

Carach made it his mission in 2016 to visit as many Law Enforcement agencies as possible to pay gratitude for their service. He brings with him donuts and thank-yous wherever he goes.

Fast forward to today, Carach and his mother have traveled to 41 states and are excited to make their stop in Shawnee County.

“Thank you for your service and dedication to the protection of others,” said Carach. “I proudly back the blue and proudly have your backs.”

The Topeka Police Department and the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office will co-host the event Monday, March 18 at 8:00 a.m. in Classroom A at the Law Enforcement Center.

More than a dozen agencies from across the state will be attending to show their support.

Watch a video of “The Donut Boy” here.

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