California cop plays hopscotch with homeless girl

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HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif.— A cop in California went to check out an alleged suspicious vehicle— but ended up making a young girl's day.

Officer Pricer received a call about a suspicious vehicle in Huntington Beach. When he went to check it out, he found a homeless mom and her 11-year-old daughter had been living in the van.

Pricer's partner helped the mom contact the Homeless Task Force to set up housing arrangements— while Officer Pricer began teaching the young girl hopscotch.

He taught her the rules, and showed of his hopscotch expertise. When its her turn, he lets her go with a warning after a miss-step and encourages her to try again. When she makes a tough-turn, she's greeted with a big high-five.

The sweet exchange was caught on video and posted on Facebook— the video has been viewed more than 400 thousand times.

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