Tanner and Chase Brownlee did their best to win their father’s patrol car, the Dodge Charger. The Dodge Charger was being sold to raise money for Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS). COPS is an organization that provides services for survivors of law enforcement.
The Dodge Charger was on the auction after the car is being commission good long service with have clocked about 147,000 miles. But during the auction, Tanner and Chase have other strangers, Steve Wells, who seems to have interest on that Dodge Charger. The final bids is out of their limits. Tanner cannot hide his disappointment when somebody else won.
But the end of story was far more interesting when Wells hand it over the key to Tanner. Tanner was speechless at that moment and he cannot believe on things happening when he already loose hope for his dad’s ex-patrol car, the Dodge Charger.
“You had no idea that that guy in the back was bidding and was going to hand you the keys?” asked 7NEWS reporter Marshall Zelinger.
“Nope. I shook his hand and I didn’t know,” said Tanner. “It means so much to me.”
Weld County Deputy Sheriff Sam Brownlee was on duty when he lost his life in 2010 at the end of a police chase. Tanner was 15 years old when the unfortunate incident happen.