HOUSTON – When Hayden Carlo got pulled over by a Texas police officer for driven with expired license tags, he got handed more than just a citation.
NDJ World | Published: Dec 18 2012 North America
Folded inside the ticket, Carlo (25) found a 100 dollars bill. That was enough money to not only purchase the new sticker for his car but for his wife’s car as well.
Carlo, a father of two, explained to KHOU in Houston, he didn’t have money to update his car registration.
“I said, ‘It was either feed my kids or get my registration done.’”
The officer saw to it Carlo, from Wylie, Texas, could do both and the man is grateful for this officer’s kind act.
“He helped me out when I needed it, and I appreciate that,” Carlo told KHOU. “I’ll never forget the man. It definitely restored my faith in God.”
The ‘kind hearted citation’ was written in Plano, Texas. David Tilley, spokesperson for Plano Police Department told NBC News on Monday that the officer did not want to be identified.
Tilley said the policeman’s actions were “purely out of the goodness of his heart”. The officer told him that he felt the driver needed the money more than he did.
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