Seminole County Sheriff’s Office deputy Bill Dunn is making some good news for the people in his communtiy when he was pressed into service by the mother of a three year old girl who was inside an auto that had the windows open and the doors unlocked in an apartment parking lot in Sanford Florida on Sunday.
The story began when Casey Keller who is the mother of the three year old girl went with her child and two of her siblings to a liquor store on Saturday night around one hour before midnight.
What happened next after Casey came home to her apartment will shock you. Casey went inside her apartment with two of the three children. She left the three year old girl inside the auto by herself from near midnight through the next day which was around late morning.
When Casey realized that one of her children was missing, she called 911 to inform them that one of her children was missing.
Then Officer Dunn who was also altered to the incident before Casey called the police to inform him that a young girl was inside an auto by herself.
Officer Dunn then was shocked to see the young girl unconscious and with sweat all over her body. Officer Dunn then took the child out of the auto and into his police auto so he could use the power of the air conditioner in his police car so that the young girl could recover.
Then Officer Dunn took the child to a local hospital where she recovered from her health scare. Officer Dunn then went the extra mile by buying the young girl a unicorn for her present.
Casey was then taken into custody on charges on child endangerment. Officer Dunn was given a well deserved high praise from his superiors for saving the life of the child.
It was by the grace of God that the child did not die of heat stroke since the window was open and the auto was not locked.