Police Officer Adopts Little Girl He Comforted During a Welfare Check
Lt. Brian Zach of the Kingman Police Department in Arizona, recently adopted a little girl he met during a welfare call in 2018.
In March 2018, Zach was working as a patrol sergeant when he got a call to check a residence. 4 Year Old, Kaila, is a survivor of abuse and Zach spent that evening bonding with her.
After spending hours with Kaila, Zach went home and told his wife about her.
During this time, Kaila was being treated for multiple injuries as a result of physical abuse. Child protective services couldn't find immediate placement for Kaila, so Zach stepped in.
Zach said Kaila immediately became part of the family.
Zach and his wife fostered Kaila for two years.
On August 18 of this year, 30 months after she came into their care, the Zach's officially adopted Kaila at Mohave County Superior Court in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.
See more of this amazing story here: https://www.azfamily.com/news/kingman-couple-adopts-child-through-foster-care-system/article_d1657f40-25dd-11eb-8e7e-6bed6cdc0e7f.html