NEWARK, N.J. (WTXF) - Long-lost siblings who hadn’t seen each other in eight years are back in each other’s lives, thanks to the New Jersey State Police.
Eight years ago, Terrell and Faith were placed in separate foster homes. They lost contact with each other after Faith's last name was changed.
Fast forward almost a decade until they met each other at a law enforcement job fair at Rutgers Newark Campus.
By sheer chance, Terrell and Faith happened to be speaking with the same NJSP recruiter, Trooper II Quaron Crenshaw, who also happened to be a foster child.
They chatted about things like helping others by considering a career in law enforcement, and probably their backgrounds.
"It was amazing to be there to witness the moment they were reunited," said Tpr. Crenshaw. "I am hoping they keep following their dreams and one day have a career in law enforcement."
And according to the NJSP, “It's amazing that they found a State Police recruiter, who has an extraordinary story of his own, to help guide these extraordinary young people!”