Police Athletic League mentors James Carter, left, Gerard Badger and Ben Thomas took a break on a PAL field trip to the Newport Aquarium earlier this month. Thomas, a retired Fayette County Public Schools safety officer, said he grew up without a father in the home; Badger said he had no role models as a child and dropped out of school.
Police Athletic League mentors James Carter, left, Gerard Badger and Ben Thomas took a break on a PAL field trip to the Newport Aquarium earlier this month. Thomas, a retired Fayette County Public Schools safety officer, said he grew up without a father in the home; Badger said he had no role models as a child and dropped out of school.
Police Athletic League mentors James Carter, left, Gerard Badger and Ben Thomas took a break on a PAL field trip to the Newport Aquarium earlier this month. Thomas, a retired Fayette County Public Schools safety officer, said he grew up without a father in the home; Badger said he had no role models as a child and dropped out of school.

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