Female Police Officer Helps Homeless Woman Sleeping in a Car for Months, Furnishes a New House for Her

Female Police Officer Helps Homeless Woman Sleeping in a Car for Months, Furnishes a New House for Her

  • A female police officer has transformed the life of a homeless woman who slept in a car for months with her two dogs
  • Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Officer Jennifer Parker was responding to a routine call on duty when she ran into the woman identified as Racheal Dunlap
  • Upon hearing Dunlap's pitiable story, Parker offered to help and rallied her loved ones to get the woman a furnished house of her own

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Thanks to a kind policewoman, a homeless lady now has a proper roof over her head which came at no financial cost to her.

GoalCast reports that Racheal Dunlap took to sleeping in a car with her two dogs because she became homeless after losing her job.

Jennifer Parker, Racheal Dunlap, homeless, sleeping in a car for months, jobless, female police officer
The kind policewoman changed the woman's life. Photo Credit: Spotlightstories
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The routine call that would change Racheal's life

One certain day, a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Officer named Jennifer Parker got a routine call and was responding to it when she ran into Dunlap, Spotlight Stories reports.

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The officer would learn of Dunlap's struggles and that she had been sleeping in a car for the past three months.

What startled Parker more was when she suggested a house with bullet holes and blood on it as a new home for Dunlap and the homeless lady accepted it wholeheartedly, describing it as 'perfect.'

YEN.com.gh learnt this made the officer go the extra mile to ensure it was a comfortable abode, given that it was the only option at her disposal to help Dunlap.

Parker rallied her family and friends to help furnish the house and gifted it to a grateful Dunlap.

Policewoman builds a fine house for a widow who resided in a mud house

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a policewoman had built a house for a poor widow who lived in a mud house.

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Prince Ozed who shared the wonderful development in a Facebook post on November 8, 2021, said the building project for the widow was kick-started on the 10th of October 2021.

According to him, the PPRO took interest in the poor widow's situation after an appeal post he made on Facebook and eventually came clean on her promise to build the woman a house.

While sharing photos of the completed house, he appreciated the policewoman for her kind gesture and revealed it has been handed over to the widow.

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