Fallen Texas cop’s son gets special escort to school from 100 officers

Kevin Will, Jr., produced quite the entrance for their first day of kindergarten.

Their father, Officer Kevin Will from the Houston Police Department’ s vehicle crimes division, was killed within an on-duty crash on May twenty nine, 2011, and nearly 100 associated with his fellow officers in glowing blue walked the boy down the street in order to his first day of school.

The officials, mostly from the Houston Police Division —   13 of them installed on horseback — took the five-year-old boy on an almost one-mile journey to Wildwood Elementary School within Tomball, Texas.

Officers came from as much south as McAllen, as much north as Fort Worth, so that as far west as Odessa.

Even a helicopter escort arrived over head.

“ I think he was way confused today, ” his mother, Alisha Will, told  The Houston Chronicle . “ But he was excited about pre-school, and I talked to him concerning the officers being here because their daddy couldn’ t. ”

The son was born three months after his dad died.

Officer Will, who was 37 during the time of his death, had been with the division for only two years. He analyzed engineering at Texas Tech College and worked in finance prior to he became a policeman last year.

Alisha Will noted that although the girl son lost his dad, this individual gained a family from his father’ s fellow officers.

“ He understands, ” she said, “ that will they’ ll always be there. ”