Good Samaritan Policeman Officer Buys Groceries For Hungry Family: "He Was A Blessing"

Good Samaritan Policeman Officer Buys Groceries For Hungry Family: "He Was A Blessing"

  • Ryan Weiner, an Arapahoe County Sheriff's deputy, provided groceries to a needy Black woman and her family
  • Vicki Green, 71, was responsible for two young boys and needed assistance when the kind sheriff arrived
  • Weiner decided to go grocery shopping for the family after learning that the boys had reportedly gone to bed hungry and awoke hungry

Ryan Weiner, Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Deputy, aided a Black woman and her family by providing them with groceries to prevent them from sleeping hungry.

The kind-hearted sheriff was responding to a domestic dispute at a Denver-area residence when he discovered an even bigger issue that involved hungry children.

A cop bought a family in need groceries
A kind police officer bought groceries for a hungry family in need. Photo credit:
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Weiner finds a great-grandmother and her hungry boys

On June 30, Weiner responded to an apartment where 71-year-old Vicki Green raised two young boys. The youngsters had reportedly gone to bed hungry and woke up hungry.

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Green told Weiner she and her partner had been arguing, and a cruel act had escalated the dispute.

''He ate the last two hot dogs in the house, which were supposed to be for the boys, and forced them to sit there and watch while he ate them,'' said Weiner.

Weiner went out of his way to assist the family, which included the great-grandmother raising two children. Rather than responding to the next call, the deputy and his partner visited a nearby grocery store to shop for the trio.

When asked why he decided to assist the family, the sheriff said he does frequently because he often encounters people in trouble in his work.

''I just knew there was something that I could do, and I didn’t want to leave having that feeling later, knowing that in that situation, I could do more.''

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The great-grandmother was overcome with emotion when the deputies came back with bags of groceries.

''It was not just an obligation or a duty. I think he did it because he cared ... he was a blessing' Green said.

The groceries may have fed Green's family that day, but Weiner's kindness continues to feed her soul.

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