By News Miami 7. A homeless family of six living out of their car has been given a new chance at life with a temporary home.
The Opa-locka Police Department pitched in along with members of the community to help provide the family with a new home. . .
The family recently moved to South Florida from Philadelphia and fell on hard times. . .
A Chrysler 200 was gifted to the family after concerns about the safety with their old vehicle. . .
The family can stay rent free at their new home until July 1. (Read more from “Cops Find Family Sleeping in Car, Get Them New Car, Home” HERE)
Phoenix Officers Step in to Help Homeless Man Get off the Streets
By ABC 15. A pair of police officers stepped in to help a homeless man who had been down on his luck after a chance encounter in central Phoenix.
Back in November 2017, Billy Walston was standing under the I-17 overpass bridge on Central Avenue. . .
He was roadside, begging for a buck when two Phoenix officers pulled up. . .
Officer Gallegos and his partner, Officer Benjamin Zamora, then made Walston a promise. . .
Through a program called Phoenix Cares and the Phoenix Rescue Mission, they got Walston a place to stay. (Read more from “Phoenix Officers Step in to Help Homeless Man Get off the Streets” HERE)