Riverbank Police Services Chief Erin Kiely talks with Brady, 3, Karis, 6, and Liam Thiessen, 7, after giving them stickers at the Riverbank Police Services substation on Monday morning (08-01-16). The kids and their dad, Jeremy Thiessen, right, a pastor with Shelter Cove Community Church on Coffee Road, were among a group that offered prayer, thanks and treats to deputies, fire/ EMS staff and others at the substation.
Riverbank Police Services Chief Erin Kiely talks with Brady, 3, Karis, 6, and Liam Thiessen, 7, after giving them stickers at the Riverbank Police Services substation on Monday morning (08-01-16). The kids and their dad, Jeremy Thiessen, right, a pastor with Shelter Cove Community Church on Coffee Road, were among a group that offered prayer, thanks and treats to deputies, fire/ EMS staff and others at the substation. Deke Farrow jfarrow@modbee.com
Riverbank Police Services Chief Erin Kiely talks with Brady, 3, Karis, 6, and Liam Thiessen, 7, after giving them stickers at the Riverbank Police Services substation on Monday morning (08-01-16). The kids and their dad, Jeremy Thiessen, right, a pastor with Shelter Cove Community Church on Coffee Road, were among a group that offered prayer, thanks and treats to deputies, fire/ EMS staff and others at the substation. Deke Farrow jfarrow@modbee.com

Riverbank residents offer deputies thanks, prayers and treats

August 01, 2016 04:39 PM