Officer Grayson explained, "He was telling me how he can ride without his training wheels and then his chain popped off. He looked at me and he goes ‘I don’t know how to fix this.’"
Officer Grayson got down and fixed the bike chain and simply told reporters, “It seemed like the right thing to do”.
"A lot of times in communities where there is a lot of crime, kids only get to see police on the negative side of things," Officer Grayson
said. "It’s always good, when you can, to give them the positive, to help them, to talk to them, to let them know you’re a person too and
if they need help, they can come to you."