Five-Year-Old Transforms Wheelchair into Police Cruiser; Named Honorary Officer

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Nehemiah Hill transformed his wheelchair into a police cruiser and was even in uniform. (Credit: Tiffin Police Department)

He was only five years old, but Nehemiah Hill is one very determined little boy.

The youngster showed up at his local police station in Tiffin, Ohio on Thursday read to get to work, according to the department’s Facebook page.

Nehemiah had transformed his wheelchair into a police cruiser and was even in uniform.

The boy was given a tour of the police station and then asked if he could sit in a real squad car, the post said.

But, since only real police officers were allowed to do that, the police chief decided to have Nehemiah sworn in as an honorary auxiliary officer for the day.

Young Officer Hill even got to turn on the lights and sirens.

“It was a wonderful experience for everyone working here yesterday afternoon,” Chief Fredrick W. Stevens wrote on the post.