Deputy Surprises Kid With New Toys After His Were Stolen

July 30, 2019

A 5-year-old boy in Hanford, California, once again has toys to play with after his family lost everything.

The Ramirez family was preparing to move, so they put their belongings into a storage unit.

"They had stored all their belongings in a storage facility. They had been burglarized and all of their stuff had been taken," said Nate Ferrier, the president of the Kings County Deputy Sheriff's Association.

Nanci Ramirez reached out a few days later saying her son, Julian, kept asking about his toys and wanted to know if anything had been recovered.

Deputy Troy Smith responded to the call.


"He asked what kind of toys they were and I said Avengers, and he asked which is his favorite one, and I told him Spider-Man," Ramirez said.

Deputy Smith arrived unexpectedly at the Ramirez home with brand new toys for Julian.

Ramirez told Your Central Valley that Julian hasn't stopped playing with them.

Deputy Smith didn't expect his act of kindness to be captured on camera and shared on social media.

"I just felt like it was the right thing to do. Just wanted to ease some of the pain for that family," he said.

For Ramirez, the small act of kindness gave her hope.

"It means a lot. It means the whole world to us. It shows us that there are so many people out there who are really good. Thank you so much I really appreciate it," she said to Smith.

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