You will NEVER see a story like this on the Lame Stream Media. Doesn’t fit their divisive narrative.
A grieving man who rushed from Indiana to his home in Michigan after learning his 15-year-old sister had been killed in a car crash has been touched by the kindness of an officer during a traffic stop.
Mark Ross learned about his sibling’s tragic death at 3am on Sunday morning, so he persuaded a friend to drive in from Indiana to Detroit so he could be with his family.
He was in the passenger seat of a car when he and his family friend were pulled over for speeding in Ohio en route.
His friend had a suspended driver’s license and was taken into custody, leaving Ross stranded without a car but still needing to get to his family, Inside Edition reported.
Ross thought he was going to be sent to jail himself for an outstanding misdemeanor warrant, but a kind officer prayed for Ross and then drove him more than 100 miles to Detroit.
‘It was just so overwhelming. They were trying to help us,’ Ross told Inside Edition.
The ordeal unfolded after Ross received a call on Sunday at 3am informing him that his 15-year-old sister Eliza Fletcher had been killed in a car crash.
Ross was without a car so he convinced his family friend to drive him from Indiana to Detroit when they were pulled over by Trooper J. Davis.
Davis ended up taking his friend into custody and had the vehicle towed, leaving Ross stranded.
But then Ohio State Highway Patrol Sgt David Robison arrived at the scene.
‘I explained to the officer that my sister had died and that I needed to get to my mother asap,’ Ross wrote in a Facebook post recounting the ordeal.
‘I broke down crying and he saw the sincerity in my cry. He REACHES OVER AND BEGAN PRAYING OVER ME AND MY FAMILY.’
State highway patrol called Michigan’s Wayne County, who had issued Ross’s warrant.
But he said they refused to come get him because of the distance. So that is when Robison offered to drive Ross to a Detroit.
‘He offered to bring me 100 miles further to Detroit because they towed the vehicle,’ Ross wrote in the Facebook post.
‘Everybody knows how much I dislike Cops but I am truly Greatful (sic) for this Guy. He gave me hope.’
Robison ended up taking Ross to a coffee shop in Detroit where his cousin picked him up.
His family is beyond grateful for Robison and his kindness who the family has invited to his little sister’s funeral.
He told Inside Edition that Robison said he will be attending the services.