Police officer changes baby’s diaper after responding to call


IOWA (2NEWS)- A Farmington police officer is receiving praise for responding to a baby’s needs while responding to a call.


Davis County authorities responded to a call about a “mentally disturbed woman” with an infant on the Farmington Station UTA.

The Farmington Police Department officer “saw the need and acted to give kindness and compassion,” Davis County Sheriff’s Office tweeted. “He changed the soiled diaper and cared for the infant.”


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