Long­mont po­lice help check out 4-year-old girl’s home

The Denver Post - - DENVER & THE WEST - By Alina Har­tou­nian

For a year now, 4-yearold Sid­ney Fahren­bruch has wanted to be a po­lice of­fi­cer.

She wears a spe­cially sized po­lice uni­form and has brought of­fi­cers candy on Hal­loween, pies at Thanks­giv­ing and cook­ies for Christ­mas, ac­cord­ing to her mom Me­gan Fahren­bruch. This past month, she also en­listed an of­fi­cer’s help to make sure her new home in Long­mont was mon­ster free af­ter meet­ing him at a bar­be­cue.

“She brought her po­lice out­fit with the hat and he let her play with the sirens and it was all over,” laughed Me­gan Fahren­bruch.

Sid­ney in­vited of­fi­cer David Bon­day over to scour some nooks and cran­nies in her un­fa­mil­iar digs shortly af­ter her fam­ily moved in last month.

Me­gan Fahren­bruch says her daugh­ter doesn’t re­ally buy into the idea of mon­sters, but smelled an op­por­tu­nity to hang out with an of­fi­cer.

“She was all ex­cited and she waited for him out­side,” Me­gan Fahren­bruch said. Sid­ney again wore her po­lice uni­form for the hunt, which turned up zero bo­gey­men.

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