In Indiana, a police office is being praised for his kind actions after he went about of his way to support one little boy and his lemonade stand. When Ron Glon, a police officer in South Bend, Indiana stopped by 12-year-old Jaelynn Wilson's lemonade stand, his mom recalled, "I thought, 'Oh, we're in trouble.'" Then, Glon told them he simply wanted to help. He offered to spend the day helping at the lemonade stand and also match 100 percent of Wilson's earnings. "It came to my heart and I thought of him [as] a family member," Wilson said, "because it really meant a lot for a police officer to help somebody who they don’t even know." The 12-year-old dreams of turning his lemonade stand into a food truck, buying a Nissan GTR, and joining the NBA. Glon noted that he wanted to build bridges in his community, and not be someone that citizens would fear, during a time with so much public discourse of police brutality and distrust of the police.