13-Year-Old says he wants to run away from home, then tells a cop to look into his empty room
When a police officer in South Carolina responded to the call from a 13-year-old, he Never expected what would happen next.
13 years old, Cameron Simmons made a call in difficulty Sumter Police Department. Officer Gaetano Acerra was the man who paid the child a home visit. At a meeting one-on-one with Cameron, the official knew that the child would run away from home distraught. He said his mother was yelling at him for playing games of his older brother. Official Acerra but soon learned the problem was much deeper than that.
Cameron took the officer inside his house, and then to your room. His room was completely empty. His clothes were thrown into a garbage bag. He did not even have a bed.
The official learned Cameron’s mother fell into disgrace after having to make an unexpected move from Texas to South Carolina to care for a sick family member.
That’s when Officer Acerra did the unthinkable. Touched beyond belief that completely went beyond the call of duty.
Cameron, her brother and her mother had no idea that the agent Acerra was busy organizing a big surprise. He spent weeks gathering items for family -. And put together a complete bedroom for your new friend Cameron
With the help of his brother, Acerra loaded and left us a new desk, chair, TV, bed and Wii game system for Cameron. Brother also gave Cameron a full bedroom and air hockey table so they can play together.
Cameron was shocked to tears. His mother was grateful to total disbelief. And after the story became viral, people worldwide began to make contributions to the family.