'Donut Boy' stops in the Granite State with doughnuts for NH police
HUDSON — A 9-year-old boy who has garnered national attention for giving doughnuts to police officers around the country recently made a stop at a New Hampshire police station.
Tyler "the Donut Boy" Carach stopped by the Hudson Police Department Wednesday to deliver coffee and donuts to the officers, along with biscuits for their K-9 officer.
The Florida native has been traveling the nation with his family to thank officers for their work, and he appeared on "The Steve Harvey Show" to explain his "I DONUT need a reason to thank a cop" message.
Tyler's mother, Sheena Carach, said so far Tyler has delivered more than 22,000 doughnuts to police stations around the U.S.