A homeless household in Jonesboro, GA bought the shock of their lives when they had been pulled above by the law enforcement – and acquired their van insured in the procedure.
Rayshell and Joe Blakney ended up driving final week to a motel to devote their final night time prior to eventually residing out of their van – they ended up joined by 4 of their six young children (the two eldest had been in school at the time of the incident).
Nevertheless, they had been pulled around by Officers France Spencer and Brian Waters, considering the fact that the van had no insurance policy.
Both of those officers tried using to achieve Rayshell Blakney’s family to see if they could help with spending for the van’s coverage. But in its place of creating them a citation, Officer Spencer wrote a test to shell out for the insurance policies.
“I knew they wanted it,” Spencer advised The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “There was nobody else to do it, and to have the four kids with them — I just couldn’t put them out of their auto because that was going to be their shelter before long.”
Not ready to quit at just spending for the van’s insurance plan, Spencer experienced a good friend of hers generate a GoFundMe web site for the Blakneys, to help the spouse and children come across secure housing. As of Sunday night, the page experienced elevated about $4,600 – surpassing the $4,500 purpose.
In accordance to the GoFundMe website page, Joe Blakney is a Maritime veteran with a comprehensive-time career.