Officers Aid Boy Left at Bus Stop for Two Hours


KANSAS CITY, Mo. (CNN) – A little boy started off his Friday morning alone – waiting two hours for a school bus that never showed.

Luckily, two Kansas City policemen came to the seven-year-olds aid in more ways than one.

Savion spent the morning with officers Charles Owen and Michael Lvers.

They bought him breakfast at the local McDonalds, and found out they all had more in common than thought.

Owen said, “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.”

The officers gave Savion baseball cards and a police bracelet before dropping him off at school.

As for Savion, it appears he may have missed the bus by a few minutes, as he was running a little late that day.

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