79-Year-Old Man Pulled Over for Speeding, But Officer Sees Him Crying, Finds Out Why and Offers to Help

79-Year-Old Man Pulled Over for Speeding, But Officer Sees Him Crying, Finds Out Why and Offers to Help


When Officer Kevin Coates with the Sterling Heights Police Department in Michigan pulled a man over for speeding on Sept. 30, he had no idea he’d end up at the man’s house an hour later, helping him connect a television — but that’s exactly what happened after an unusual series of events.

It was around 7:30 p.m. when Officer Coates made what seemed like a routine traffic stop, but when he approached the driver, he could tell the 79-year-old, known only as David, was having a difficult time.

According to the police department, David was “visibly upset and crying” as he started to tell Coates his tale.

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“What’s going on tonight?” the officer can be heard saying in the dashcam video shared by the department.

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