A police station in Mount Pleasant, TN received a call unlike any other from 79-year-old William Isabell.
Isabell, a retired truck driver, informed the police that he hadn't eaten for two days. Four police officers responded to the call by heading to their local supermarket to restock the man's refrigerator. According to the Huffington Post, the four said that they collectively spent $160 of their own money on food for Isabell.
Officer Nathan Bolton told WKRN, “I think he was shocked at the amount of food that we bought and just the fact that it was there without question.”
Isabell told the Columbia Daily Herald he had to call for help after his debit card was stolen by his previous caretaker.
"I thank them for everything they do for me. You know I don't have a lot of friends down here," Isabell said.
Mount Pleasant policemen: fighting hunger one call at a time.
via Huffington Post
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