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Police brass hand out toys on Three Kings Day

Threekingscolor500x300 A special welcome to guest blogger and Herald intern Carolina Navarro, who brings us this piece of feel-goodery courtesy of the Miami PD:

The Miami Police Department along with the Little Havana NET service center hosted a toy giveaway Tuesday to spread happiness this holiday season.

Toys were donated to 20 children, mostly ages four to six, from underprivileged families in the Little Havana area.

"They brought a smile to them," said Commander David Sanchez, who helped distribute gifts from a big red bag. "When they saw we brought toys they went crazy."

The drive took place at the Abriendo Puertas Center at 3 p.m., where Sanchez, Police Chief John Timoney and Commissioner Joe Sanchez came as the Three Kings to hand out toys. The chief and commander showed up in uniform on a horse-drawn caravan.

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