Cops Bring Month’s Worth of Groceries to Old Man Who Phoned 911...

Cops Bring Month’s Worth of Groceries to Old Man Who Phoned 911 Hungry

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Police officers went above and beyond their duty to help an elderly, disabled man who hadn’t eaten in two days.

The 79-year-old called the Mount Pleasant Tennessee Police Department as a last resort after, he says, a caretaker took off with his social security check.

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Four officers spent $160 out of their own pockets to make sure he had food for a month, until his next check arrived. They then showed up at his house with armfuls of groceries.

Afterwards, they started a food pantry at the station, just in case they can help other people in similar situations.

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“We’re out here to take care of the public at large and that doesn’t always mean stopping a car,” Patrolman Mark Billions told WKRN News. “Sometimes it’s us doing little things like this.”

(WATCH the video below from WKRN News) — Photo: WKRN

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