Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-06-08 20:43:29 –
Albuquerque, New Mexico (KRQE) – Louisiana girls show law enforcement agencies that they are loved on a state-to-state mission that spans thousands of miles. Four years after her trip, Rosalin’s “Train of Love” finally arrived in Albuquerque.
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The project began four years ago when five police officers were shot dead during an ambush in Dallas, Texas. Later, seven-year-old Rosalin Baldwin began showing love and support to law enforcement agencies by hugging police officers in all states. Now at the age of 11, Baldwin’s mission remains unchanged.
“Well, they really need it … in all this pain. So I want to ensure they are important by hugging.” Rosalin Said.
On Tuesday, Deputy Sheriff Bernarilo County finally received one of Rosalin’s famous hugs. Rosalin hugged a deputy’s line and a special sticker. This trip was Rosalin’s first southwestern part. “I’ve never been to New Mexico … I think it’s great,” Rosalin said.
BCSO made Rosalin an honorary deputy sheriff because she did not want her to leave empty-handed. There are 14 remaining states in Rosalin.
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