With her Marine son unable to come home for Christmas, Deana Folz wasn’t feeling very cheery. But her mood changed after Pasco Sheriff deputies showed up at her door. The deputies, two of whom were Marine veterans, asked Folz and her husband to identify a lost young man. They were surprised to find out that it was their very own Private First Class Logan.
Deputies help Pasco Marine pull off surprise homecoming
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