Cop helps man in need pay citation
You never know when to expect the kindness of strangers. A cop pulled over a Plano, Texas man the other day for driving with expired registration stickers. Hayden Carlo told the officer it was a choice between paying it or putting food on the table for his wife and kids.
The cop seemed to be writing him up anyway, but when Carlo opened the citation it contained $100.
"I broke down in my car, what else I could do? He helped me out when I needed it, that, I'll never forget that man. It definitely restored my faith in god," Carlo said.
The good cop insists on remaining anonymous. Carlo used the cash to pay for his registration and his wife's and says the kindness inspired him to find a new job.
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