Nov 11, 2016 2:45 PM
MANCHESTER - The toddler seen grasping Manchester's police chief during a SWAT raid of a suspected drug den is doing just fine.
Chief Williard tweeted out Friday that the little boy is okay and safe.
"The child is currently safe & doing very well," the tweet reads. "He's truly a beautiful little boy w/ the brightest eyes. Community's concern is heartwarming."
The child is currently safe & doing very well. He's truly a beautiful little boy w/ the brightest eyes. Community's concern is heartwarming.— Chief Willard (@ChiefWillard) November 11, 2016
Nine people were arrested in the raid. The apartment building at 135 Orange St. had to be evacuated because police said suspects were not being cooperative and would not leave the building.
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