There are many great cops in our country. Liberals & Black Lives Matter would have us believe otherwise. The cops in this story, obviously care. Really awesome.
Of course, nothing could be further from the truth. KXTV reported that two officers responded to a call about a suspicious vehicle in California, and what they did next took the Internet by storm.
Officers Zach Pricer and Scott Marsh drove up to the car that had been reported and realized that there was nothing wrong with the car. The people inside it, a mother and her child, were homeless and were sleeping there.
Officer Marsh proceeded to call the local homeless task force to get the two some housing, and Pricer played with the little girl to distract her.
Pricer taught the girl how to play hopscotch, using his keys to demonstrate how the game was played. The video showing the officer playing with the little girl has gone viral, with over 40,000 likes and 10,000 shares in just a few days.
This morning an officer checked on a suspicious occupied vehicle in the area of Graham and Edinger. During his investigation he learned the people in the vehicle were a mother and her 11 year old daughter and they had been living out of their car. The officer contacted our Homeless Task Force to help arrange housing. As the officer worked on housing arrangements with the mother, another officer on scene, Officer Pricer, began displaying his expertise in hopscotch to the daughter. #Copslovehopscotch
Posted by Huntington Beach Police Department on Wednesday, March 30, 2016
The police department posted the video on their Facebook page with the hashtag “cops love hopscotch.”
“OK, your feet touched the line, but I’ll let you go because this is your first time,” says Pricer in the video.