OSHP Shares Touching Moment With 'Mini' Trooper


An Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper delivered a special gift to a tot who was shaken up during a traffic stop.

In a post by the Ohio State Highway Patrol, driver Linda Miller wrote a letter, commending Trooper Adrian Wilson during a recent traffic stop.  The letter stated her grandson became scared when Miller was pulled over for speeding. “Tpr. Wilson went out of his way to make the young child feel comfortable and took the time to be sensitive to his feelings,” the post read.

"[T]his gentleman has went above and beyond what his job requires," wrote the boy's mother in the original post.

This week, Trooper Wilson delivered a die cast OSHP cruiser to the brave boy for the holidays.  Moreover, Trooper Wilson made such a positive impact on the boy, he even dressed as a trooper for Halloween!

Kudos to Trooper Wilson for making such a positive impact in the community!



Thank you to Natalie Miller-Stulley for sharing this story and photos! Her mother, Linda Miller, wrote a very nice...

Posted by Ohio State Highway Patrol on Wednesday, December 23, 2015