Cop Kindness Towards The Homeless Woman Is Going Viral.

In mid-November, police officer Bruce Pierson was dispatched to the scene of a person acting suspicious near parked cars in Temecula, California, just outside the Promenade Mall.

When the officer arrived, he found a young woman, named Franki. She was homeless and told Officer Pierson that she was just moving around between cars parked in the lot so she could find some shade. She also did not have any shoes on and her feet were covered in dirt… and were calloused. She told the officer her last pair of shoes wore out 2 months ago.

Franki, who was 18, said she had been living on the streets since she was 12 years old, and last year, she had a miscarriage. Officer Pierson asked Frankie to come inside the mall with him, and he took her to the Payless Shoe Store and bought her a pair of shoes.

While doing that, another woman approached the officer and asked if it was ok if she, too, could buy her a pair of shoes. And she did.

Another shopper, Joshuah Rounds, stopped by the officer and gave him $10 to help pay for the shoes. He also took pictures of Officer Pierson with the woman and posted them on Facebook. They soon went viral, being shared more than 100,000 times in 48 hours.

Franki, who became extremely emotional while many were being so kind to her, walked out of the store with two pairs of shoes, some socks, a scarf, and a beanie.

The officer’s wife even packed up some sweaters, warm clothing and a blanket for Frankie. And Officer Pierson even went one step further… he set Frankie up with an agency to try to get her back to her family in Colorado so they could all enjoy the holidays together… for the first time in six years.

This is one time when looking suspicious‚Ķ really paid off. 

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