Sunday, December 25, 2016

Cops Walk in 79 Year-Old's Home, They Go Straight to the Fridge

A 79-year-old man from Tennessee called his local police station with an emergency that will break your heart.

He was alone, hadn’t eaten in two days, and had been robbed by the very person who was supposed to be taking care of him. With no money, no food and harsh winter conditions keeping him indoors, the desperate man didn’t know where else to turn.

He phoned the Mount Pleasant dispatch with a simple and urgent request: could someone please bring some food to his apartment?

Four police officers immediately rose to the occasion, fulfilling their promise to protect and serve their community. Officers Brian Gray, Nathan Bolton, Buddy Odom and Adam Runions pulled money from their own pockets and purchased enough food to stock the man’s pantry for a month.

Full Article and Source:
Cops Walk in 79 Year Old's Home - They Go Straight to the Fridge

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