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I GOT YOUR BUCK: Kindhearted Cop Finds Woman’s Lost USD 100 Bill

Story By:  Ana MarjanovicSub-EditorMichael Leidig, Agency:  Newsflash

This is the moment a kindhearted police officer helps a woman find a USD-100 note by the side of the road so that she can pay her bills.

The distraught woman was spotted by the cop – named as Stephen Farmer – desperately searching the roadside after the bill blew out of her car window.

Newsflash obtained the footage along with a statement from the Buckeye Police Department. The city of Buckeye is located in Maricopa County, in the western US state of Arizona.

Officer Stephen Farmer spotted the money on the side of the road on the 1st of May 2022 in Buckeye, Arizona. (Buckeye Police Department AZ/Newsflash)

The police said on Wednesday, 15th June: “Lending a helping hand is a big part of what we do.

“On May 1st, 2022, Officer Stephen Farmer spotted a woman searching for something very important on the side of the road, so he stopped to assist.”

The police added: “Buckeye Police Officer Stephen Farmer was patrolling near 231st Ave and MC 85 when he found a woman searching for a USD-100 bill that blew out of her car window.”

The Buckeye Police Department added: “She needed the money to pay bills.

“Officer Farmer continued to search the side of the road for the cash.”

In the footage, the police officer can be seen spotting the cash caught in scrub grass before he picks it up and hands it to the unnamed woman.

Officer Stephen Farmer picking up the money on the side of the road on the 1st of May 2022 in Buckeye, Arizona. (Buckeye Police Department AZ/Newsflash)

She can be heard saying: “Thank you so much.”

The officer replies: “No problem.”

The woman then says: “Oh my God. I don’t know what I’d do without you.”

The police officer humbly says: “I’m glad we were able to find.”

The woman, who now appears to be on the verge of tears, says: “Oh man. Thank you very much.”

The police officer replies again: “No problem.”

And the woman says: “Now I can pay my electric.”

Officer Stephen Farmer giving back the money to the lady after he find them on the side of the road on the 1st of May 2022 in Buckeye, Arizona. (Buckeye Police Department AZ/Newsflash)

She adds as the footage ends: “I don’t have to worry about it getting shut off.”

The US Labor Department said on Friday, 10th June that consumer prices had surged 8.6 per cent in the last month compared to 12 months earlier, a 40-year high.

Numerous families are being pushed into distressing economic situations as the costs of food, fuel, rent and utilities are all rising significantly at the same time.

The Federal Reserve announced a large interest rate increase on Wednesday, 15th June, to help bring prices back down while attempting to prevent the economy from falling into a recession.