“I Want to Thank Officer [Charles] Gonzalez for What He Did for Our Son, And We Pray that the Lord Will Bless Him a Thousand Times”



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On 12 September 2013, Deputy Charles Gonzalez of the Nueces County (Texas) Sheriff’s Department responded to a call about a bicycle that had been stolen from 10-year old George Cuellar. Deputy Gonzalez said, “I was getting the information, and I could just imagine how upset the boy was to see that his bike was taken.” The bike had been a birthday present that George had had for only two weeks. George said, “My mom woke me up and said my bike wasn’t there. She looked outside. The bike was gone.” George’s father, Rosario Cuellar, said, “We’ve been here four years, and this has never happened to us.” Deputy Gonzalez used his own money to buy a brand-new replacement bike at Wal-Mart. He said, “We see a lot of pain and agony, and when it happens to a child, it hit me. And it hit me hard.” Deputy Gonzalez delivered the bike while George was in school. Deputy Gonzalez said, “I’m sure when he went to school he felt horrible. Hopefully, when he got home, he felt better. I just wanted to make his day better.” After coming home from school and getting the bike, George said, “I want to tell him thank you, and that I really like it.” His father, Rosario, said, “I want to thank Officer Gonzalez for what he did for our son, and we pray that the Lord will bless him a thousand times.” An added bonus: The new bike is painted George’s favorite color: green.

For Further Information: “Nueces County Deputy Replaces 10-Year Old’s Stolen Bicycle.” KIII (Corpus Christi, Texas). 13 September 2013


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