This Local Cop Sends The Child Of A Drug Suspect To School
POLICE – This kind-hearted local cop sends the child of a drug suspect he arrested to school to continue getting proper education.
Social media observants have witnessed several reports of kind cops doing good deeds. These reports put down the misinterpretation that cops are brute and rude.
Although, they may appear tough and strong, these authoritative officers are also be gentle and kind-hearted.
For instance, this local police officer identified as Claro Fornis, set a great example of goodness after his recent act.
He became a viral sensation after he decided to become the guardian of a 14 year old student who was also the child of a drug suspect he arrested himself.
Both parents of the grade 7 student identified as Angela Perez was detained for certain crimes. She apparently has no other relatives willing to supervise, facilitate her education or stand as her guardian.
Because of this, Perez could’ve stopped going to school this year. This gave her an idea to talk to the police officer who arrested her mother to asked for help.
The police officer immediately responded to her request and agreed to help.
In a conversation with ABS CBN News, Fornis shared his thoughts towards the case:
“Pag involved ang bata, nadudurog yung kalooban ko pag nasasaktan, naaapi yung mga bata. Nung nagtapat sa akin yung bata, hindi ako nag-alinlangan na tulungan siya.”
[If the kid is involved – it breaks my heart if the kid is being tormented. When the kid confessed (to me), I did not hesitate to help her.]
This is according to an article from Kami.
The story was also shared by a Facebook page “BUHAY PARAK” which already gained over 500 likes and reactions and has been shared more than 100 times after 11 hours.
Netizens also shared tons of positive comments towards the cop’s act of kindness:
“No words can’t describe your characteristic as person and as a servant sir I salute you.” – Facebook user Rowena Palattao
“True to life hero.” – Facebook user Christian Umali Macantan
“Saludo po kami sayo sir. [We salute you, sir.]” – Facebook user Shyne Ferrine
That is all there is to it, at least for now. We’ll post updates as soon as we got them.