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Police officer Eldridge Bruce Schwartz helped Hayden Williams calm his nerves as he entered his own room in a new house

The Iowa agent checks the six-year-old boy's bedroom to assure him that there are no & # 39; bad guys & # 39; lurk

  • Iowa mother Amanda Williams says her son Hayden & # 39; scary thoughts & # 39; had
  • Officer Bruce Schwartz helped the boy sleep by inspecting & # 39; monsters & # 39;
  • The kind-hearted police officer even came back the next day to check on Hayden
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A kind-hearted police officer in Iowa is praised for reassuring a six-year-old boy that there are no & # 39; bad guys & # 39; lurking in his room after he had struggled to sleep.

Police officer Eldridge Bruce Schwartz helped Hayden Williams calm his nerves as he entered his own room in a new home.

Mother Amanda Williams says her son & # 39; scary thoughts & # 39; had about monsters and & # 39; her would beg the police and call a doctor & # 39; to help him.

Police officer Eldridge Bruce Schwartz helped Hayden Williams calm his nerves as he entered his own room in a new house

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Police officer Eldridge Bruce Schwartz helped Hayden Williams calm his nerves as he entered his own room in a new house

& # 39; He says that something is wrong with his head and that he cannot stop the scary thoughts crawling into it & # 39 ;, she wrote on Facebook.

She added: & # 39; He has a super vivid fantasy & # 39 ;.

The mother of two told KCCI that she decided to get help from the police after night lighting, weighted blankets and even & # 39; monster spray & # 39; Hayden wouldn't sleep.

Mrs. Williams, who is a make-up artist, took Hayden, who had previously shared a room with his 15-year-old sister, to the local police in the hope that they could alleviate his fears.

Mrs. William was surprised when Officer Schwartz accompanied the family to their home to inspect the room of the six-year-old & # 39; and give him advice

Mrs. William was surprised when Officer Schwartz accompanied the family to their home to inspect the room of the six-year-old & # 39; and give him advice

Mrs. William was surprised when Officer Schwartz accompanied the family to their home to inspect the room of the six-year-old & # 39; and give him advice

The good-natured officer even came back the next day to check Hayden and posed for photos on his first day at school
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The good-natured officer even came back the next day to check Hayden and posed for photos on his first day at school

The good-natured officer even came back the next day to check Hayden and posed for photos on his first day at school

& # 39; He says that something is wrong with his head and that he cannot stop the scary thoughts crawling into it & # 39 ;, she wrote on Facebook

& # 39; He says that something is wrong with his head and that he cannot stop the scary thoughts crawling into it & # 39 ;, she wrote on Facebook

& # 39; He says that something is wrong with his head and that he cannot stop the scary thoughts crawling into it & # 39 ;, she wrote on Facebook

But William was surprised when Officer Schwartz accompanied the family to their home to inspect the room of the six-year-old & # 39; and give him advice.

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& # 39; Schwartz came to our house to fully inspect his bedroom to assure him that there were no bad guys and that nothing in his room would harm him & she said.

The good-natured officer even came back the next day to check Hayden and posed for photos on his first day at school.

Mrs. Williams wrote: & # 39; Hayden & # 39; s face suddenly lit up and he said & # 39; look mama, officer Schwartz is here & # 39 ;. He came to see how Hayden did before going to bed last night and got a first day with school photos & # 39; s with him & # 39; s.

She added: & # 39; Bruce told him that he thinks about what makes him happy when he lies down every night instead of the bad things that can happen during his days.

The mother of two told KCCI that she decided to get help from the police after night lighting, weighted blankets and even & # 39; monster spray & # 39; Hayden wouldn't sleep

The mother of two told KCCI that she decided to get help from the police after night lighting, weighted blankets and even & # 39; monster spray & # 39; Hayden wouldn't sleep

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The mother of two told KCCI that she decided to get help from the police after night lighting, weighted blankets and even & # 39; monster spray & # 39; Hayden wouldn't sleep

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