Homeless Brothers Land Apartment After Kind-Hearted Cop Paid For Their Hotel Stay
INSIDE EDITION is there as Zaire and Shawn check out their new apartment.
Two homeless boys who made headlines when a kind-hearted deputy paid for them to stay in a hotel got another surprise when he found them a new apartment.
INSIDE EDITION was there as Zaire and his younger brother, Shawn, checked out their new apartment. “We love it!” they told their mom.
The brothers are happy to have a decent place to live because just one week ago, they were found sleeping in the lobby of the local sheriff's department in Hamilton, Ohio. The photo of them went viral, shocking America
Their mom, Tierra Gray, said that she had been down on her luck.
“This was my last option. It's not a place that I would have imagined coming,” she told INSIDE EDITION. “But it's a place where my kids could at least sleep for a night.”
Their luck was about to change - thanks to the kind-hearted Deputy Sheriff, Brian Bussell.
“The kids shouldn’t be sleeping in a jail lobby, or under a bridge,” he told IE.
He called a homeless shelter - but there was no room. So out of his own pocket, Deputy Bussell checked them into a local Comfort Inn. He also took them to Walmart, where they got new shoes and clothes, all paid for by Bussell.
Then he really went way beyond the call of duty: he found the family a new home.
Bussell said: “It's nice. It's a nice feeling. They're happier than what they were a week ago. It's worth it.”
Tierra told him: “I'm grateful, I mean, really, extremely grateful.”
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