EAST LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department East L.A. members went above and beyond to help a young girl with her family on a shopping spree.
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Sofia Moncada has much to sing about. The fourth-grader is here on a Colombian medical visa.
She’s had an eye transplant and recently enjoyed a shopping spree thanks to the Citadel Outlets mall, the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department.
“I felt happy and loved it and I bought some lip gloss that was a heart-shape,”Moncada spoke through a translator.
She also received new clothes and, best of all, candy. Her mom says that her daughter appreciates everything.
“She is very happy a lot if doors have opened up for her through the connection that we’ve made through the sheriff’s department, and through the school, and through the community,”Nuvia Neira spoke through an interpreter. “And now my daughter is going to be on TV.”
Outreach like this is a great way for deputies to connect with East L.A. residents.
“These are the small moments that you don’t realize ‘wow your dream came true,’ that you’re actually giving back to the community,”According to LASD Sgt. Mayra Sotomayor. “At one point, we were the children in the community, and somebody, or maybe there was some time of impact, that impacted us to become deputy sheriffs.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the sheriff’s department did this type of outreach quite often. Now they want to reestablish those ties.
Make no mistake, Sofia was not the only one who walked away with a smile.
“She said, “I’m never going forget this day,” and we are never going forget that day,” Sotomayor said. “It’s a very rewarding, humble experience.
Sofia’s singing voice and memory will not be forgotten by the deputies, and they hope that they have left their mark on her and the community that they are sworn in to protect.
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