He was homeless and didnt have a cell phone. He needed help, so with no way to call 911 he headed to the police department himself. He layed down in the handicapped spot and waited. Dispatchers saw him and they all relayed their concern. Not getting the attention he needed, he stole something, something you cant give back. A heart, a 911 Act volunteers heart. He was sentenced to the Sophia Adoption Center, and has served his time. Hes shy but dont let him fool you, he still steals, and hed like to serve his next life sentence with you! His name is Patch and if you have a hole in your heart he can patch that up too.
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