REPLAY: Aldine ISD student battling terminal cancer to be sworn in as honorary police officer
Aldine ISD student Devarjaye "DJ" Daniel, 10, who is battling terminal cancer, was sworn in to become an honorary police officer for the school district along with his brothers. Devarjaye has already exceeded his goal to be sworn in by 100 law enforcement agencies.
HOUSTON - Devarjaye "DJ" Daniel, 10, has already exceeded his goal of being sworn into 100 law enforcement agencies, but officials and his own school district are still showing him love and support.
BACKGROUND STORY: Houston 9-year-old with terminal cancer hopes to be sworn-in by 100 law enforcement agencies
Devarjaye, who is battling brain and spinal cancer, made headlines after saying he wanted to be sworn in as an honorary officer by 100 law enforcement agencies! And at the end of January, Devarjaye met his goal after getting sworn into the Houston ISD Police Department.
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However, his journey is far from over! In fact, Aldine ISD will be swearing in Devarjaye and his two brothers, who are students with the district, on Wednesday as honorary officers for its police department.
Constable deputy gives badge to Devarjaye Daniel
A Brazoria County deputy gave the badge off his uniform to 10-year-old Devarjaye Daniel, who is battling terminal brain and spine cancer. Pct. 2 Dep. Randy Rhyne also gave him a hug, saying the kid deserves it.
The ceremony took place at 3 p.m. at Aldine ISD's M.O. Campbell Educational Center with several representatives from other school districts in attendance.
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