On July 1, 2018, Nedim Cavcic, far left, helped comfort Meridian Police Officer Kyle Mikowski, third from left, after Mikowski was shot in a confrontation with a state parole fugitive. The pair first met one month earlier when Cavcic and his son, Eldin, brought a box of doughnuts to the Meridian Police Department as a surprise for the officers. This photo was taken that day. "Officer Mikowski and (Officer Trevor Weitzel) came out and just made Eldin's day," Cavcic wrote in a Facebook post. "They joked around with him, gave him stickers and his own badge."
On July 1, 2018, Nedim Cavcic, far left, helped comfort Meridian Police Officer Kyle Mikowski, third from left, after Mikowski was shot in a confrontation with a state parole fugitive. The pair first met one month earlier when Cavcic and his son, Eldin, brought a box of doughnuts to the Meridian Police Department as a surprise for the officers. This photo was taken that day. "Officer Mikowski and (Officer Trevor Weitzel) came out and just made Eldin's day," Cavcic wrote in a Facebook post. "They joked around with him, gave him stickers and his own badge." Provided by Nedim Cavcic
On July 1, 2018, Nedim Cavcic, far left, helped comfort Meridian Police Officer Kyle Mikowski, third from left, after Mikowski was shot in a confrontation with a state parole fugitive. The pair first met one month earlier when Cavcic and his son, Eldin, brought a box of doughnuts to the Meridian Police Department as a surprise for the officers. This photo was taken that day. "Officer Mikowski and (Officer Trevor Weitzel) came out and just made Eldin's day," Cavcic wrote in a Facebook post. "They joked around with him, gave him stickers and his own badge." Provided by Nedim Cavcic

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