Officer Stops A Crying Homeless Man. 6 Months Later His Department Gets A Chilling Call
When you’ve been dealt a rough hand in life, a ray of sunshine is all you need to change your life. In the case of Robert Morris, a homeless person who lost his family and got addicted to drugs and alcohol, that ray of sunshine was Deputy Matt Holman of the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office.
What you’re about to hear is an actual 911 recording of Mr. Morris who, unable to contact the man who changed his life with a small act of kindness, dialed 911 to tell his story and leave a voicemail for Holman. If you think small generosities like this go unappreciated, please watch this and share.