A 10-year-old Florida boy brought 20 dozen doughnuts to police in East Nashville during his journey to thank every officer in America.
Tyler Carach's started his journey when he bought donuts for deputies at a store in his hometown.
When he saw how happy they were, he asked his mom why the snack meant so much to them. She told him, people aren't always nice to police, and he decided to do something about it.
"He got really sad and he looked at me and he said 'ok, well I'm gonna thank every cop in America and buy them all a doughnut.' And of course that's not where I thought the conversation was going. I was like well sweetheart there are more than 900k cops in America that's a really big goal and he was like 'that's ok, i'm going to thank them all,'" said Sheena Carach.
In the past two years, he's given out more than 65,000 doughnuts. Dunkin Donuts provides most of them.
His next stop is Alaska, later this month.