Police Officers Buy New Fridge And Groceries For Elderly Woman


Seguin, Texas police officer Dustin Kincaid started a big act of kindness while on the job. He responded to a welfare check call to the home of an elderly woman. They got to talking and he found out her refrigerator was broken.

She couldn’t afford to buy a new one and pay for food and bills. Kincaid took the story back to his department, thinking they could drum up some money in a week or so. They had a new fridge and money for groceries by the end of the day!

Officer Kincaid and the other officers who pitched in happily delivered the gifts to the grateful woman. It gave chief Terry Nichols a chance to brag about his department, which he did on Facebook.

Source: Sunny Skyz


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