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Jeremy Henwood is a San Diego police officer whose little act of kindness has gone viral for the right reasons. The officer walked into a local McDonald and struck up a conversation with 13-year old Daveson Tinsley.

The teen wanted ten cents. The kind officer did not think twice about lending the boy that amount. He even decided to pay for his cookies. It took some time for the teen to realize he was talking to someone with a special reputation.

Officer Henwood doubled up as Marine Combat veteran who had been away for a while in Afghanistan and Iraq. His family was proud of his achievements and was moved by his selfless act. Meeting a needy boy and paying for his meal was a normal occurrence to the officer. Unknown to him, that would be the last conversation he had.

The officer bade the teen goodbye and returned to work. A few blocks down the road, the officer was gunned down in his police car and lost his life.

Watch the inspiring yet heartbreaking story and SHARE on Facebook.

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