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Boy with leukemia gets his own parade in show of support

A White Lake Township boy diagnosed with leukemia got his own personal parade this week from local law enforcement.

On Tuesday evening, patrol vehicles from the White Lake Township Police Department, White Lake Township Fire Department along with the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, the Marine Unit, SWAT Unit, K9 Unit, Search and Rescue and Aviation, drove past 3-year-old Archer Bradshaw’s house in the 9000 block of Shelby Drive in a show of solidarity as he undergoes chemotherapy for acute lymphocytic leukemia.

As part of the event, the Deputy Sheriff’s Association Family Benevolent Fund gave Archer a remote-controlled mini electric patrol car, customized with the words “Archer Strong” and the official Sheriff’s Office logo. He also received his own police uniform and was made an official deputy by Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard.


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