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Poverty frequently drives people to desperate measures.

When given the option of stealing or allowing the children to starve to death, the woman chose the former without hesitation.

She only took 5 eggs, but she was quickly apprehended.

When PC William Stacey arrived on the scene and heard her story, he felt sorry for her and decided to assist her rather than punish her.

Ms. Johnson is raising her two daughters, nieces, and two grandchildren, ages one to three, on a monthly budget of $120.

However, it was stolen last week, and the family was on the verge of starvation.

They hadn’t eaten in two days, so the woman went to the local supermarket on Saturday with only $1.25 to buy eggs.

She couldn’t buy 50 cent eggs and put five eggs in her pockets, much to her chagrin. Furthermore, they immediately crashed. “I’m not a good thief,” Ms. Johnson admitted.

When the store employees noticed egg yolk and egg white flowing from her pockets, they stopped her.

The unfortunate woman immediately admitted to stealing them to feed her family.

The store called the cops, but after hearing her story, officer William decided not to arrest her.

They agreed not to press charges against Ms. Johnson.

They allowed her to return home.

When the officer came to her house, Ms Johnson assumed he was there to arrest her.

She sobbed bitterly.

However, the officer simply went to inspect her house to ensure that her story was true.

He understood after seeing the family’s poverty. Johnson wasn’t lying, and she was in a desperate situation.

The cop bought her a box of eggs, and when Johnson asked how she could repay him, he simply told her she could never shoplift again.

The following day, William and a group of colleagues arrived at the woman’s house with two food trucks for her and her family.

“I was 12 years old and stayed with my grandmother the last time I saw so much food,” Ms. Johnson said. “I’ve been sobbing all day.”

Police Chief Williams said he had received calls from people all over the country and the world thanking him and offering to send money, food, and clothing to Ms Johnson.

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Three brothers help an ALS mother realize her dream of dancing at her son’s wedding with her son.
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