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A police officer in Iowa is to be commended for the help, feel free to have a little boy that he has nothing to worry about, and in his new bedroom.
Officer Bruce Schwartz, in Eldridge, Iowa, came to the aid of Amanda Williams, who was trying to get her 6-year-old son, Hayden, at his convenience, and after the family moved into a new house.
Earlier, Hayden had shared a room with his older sister, but now he was getting a room of his own, and he was afraid that the “bad guys” that could be lurking in the dark, FOX-59, in Iowa, have been reported.
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“He says that he has something wrong with his head, and he can’t stop the scary thoughts that creep in,” Williams wrote to her son in a Facebook post. “He believes in super heroes. He believes the ‘bad guys’, and all the other things that really seem to like him.”
Williams said she has found Hayden to be a visit to the local police, who thought that the officers would feel more at ease. That’s when Schwartz, as a volunteer, in order to inspect the room for Hayden.
The next day, the officer visited with Hayden at his school, where the young boy was to attend the first day, according to FOX 59.
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“I’m just at a loss of words, to be honest. Officer Schwartz, if you’re reading this, I want to thank you from the bottom of my mommy heart,” Williams wrote. “The kindness that you have shown Hayden certainly does not go unnoticed, and I know that he is going to remember this forever.”