VIDEO: Lemonade stand raises over $1,000 to benefit family of slain police officer


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A 6-year-old girl’s lemonade did more than quench thirsts — it warmed hearts.

Caroline Freeman, of Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, spent Saturday wearing an apron with rainbow letters after propping up a canopy to sell fresh cups of tasty homemade lemonade.

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But Caroline’s lemonade came with a special twist: all of the refreshing profits were to be donated to the family of Sgt. Daniel Baker, 32, who was found fatally wounded in his patrol car last month.

Caroline, who one day hopes to become a police officer, placed handwritten signs outside of her stand.

“Lemonade … ” read one, selling the drinks for a quarter. Another read, “All money goes to Sgt. Daniel Baker’s family!”

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