MONTVILLE, NJ – In this time of social distancing, birthday parties are not allowed, so when the birthday of the son of a local law enforcement officer came up, the Montville Township Police Department decided to help celebrate with a police parade.
Patrolman Brian Crownover, Sergeant George Quentz, Corporal Joseph Dodgson, Detective Dana Reid and Chief Andrew Caggiano drove by the Montville Township home with police SUVs and a police motorcycle – the vehicles’ lights, sirens and horns signaling that a special birthday boy lives here. Caggiano’s wife Cristina held a sign out the car window that said “Happy Birthday, Tommy!” that Caggiano’s kids had hand-lettered.
Proud parents Rachel and Tom Infusino thanked the department for the parade: “Big shout out to Andrew Caggiano and the Montville Police Department for the drive-by to celebrate Tommy’s 5th birthday. We can’t thank you enough. Stay safe.”
“Happy Birthday Tommy from the MTPD. Glad we could be part of it,” Montville police officials posted on Facebook. See the parade here:
Read more about Tom Infusino and his military service and law enforcement career here.
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