In a California shopping mall parking lot a woman was spotted acting suspiciously while she went up and down the parking lot searching in between cars. Authorities were notified and an officer arrived on scene shortly after. However, once he approached the woman and discovered why she was acting the way she was the two of them were brought to tears.

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The incident unfolded on Sunday afternoon, when Deputy Bruce Pierson was called to the Promenade Mall in Temecula after reports of a suspicious woman in the parking lot were received by his department, reports FOX5. When he arrived, he spotted the oddly behaving woman creeping around and trying to duck out of his view before he could see her, but it was to no avail.

Deputy Pierson approached the woman and began speaking with her, then she lifted up her feet and showed him her heartbreaking reality – she had been barefoot for over two months. Pierson said that her feet were dirty and torn apart by calluses from the hot pavement, and she told him that the reason she was sneaking around the parking lot was to try to find a bit of shade to get some relief for her tired feet.

“She raised her foot, and her feet were blacker than my boots and callused, and she said, ‘I haven’t had shoes in two months,'” Pierson said.

You see, the 18-year-old girl, who told Deputy Pierson her name is Franki, has been living on the streets since she was only 12. She and her boyfriend have two dogs, and they’ve been trying to make their way through life together, but it hasn’t been too easy. In fact, she told Deputy Pierson that just last year she had a miscarriage, which only added to her misery.

So rather than allow this poor, young girl to suffer any longer, Deputy Pierson took immediate action to help her out. The pair went inside of the mall, and he brought her to PayLess ShoeSource, where he told her to pick out any pair of shoes in the store that she wanted, but Franki’s good fortune didn’t end there.

This just to show what most of our police force looks like. They are not violent racist killers like the Black Lives Matter movement continues to try to make people believe. They are kind and care about the citizens that they serve and protect. It's time that the men and women in blue get some publicity for the tremendous amount of good that they do for our nation.



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