The Booster Seat a Cop Didn’t Have to Buy

When Emmett Township Public Safety Officer Ben Hall pulled over a woman for a traffic violation, he saw that her 5-year-old son wasn’t sitting in a booster seat, which he absolutely should have been in. Instead of giving Alexis DeLorenzo a ticket, Hall drove promptly over to Walmart, given that DeLorenzo said she knew the boy should be in a booster seat but couldn’t afford one.

“It was the easiest 50 bucks I ever spent,” he told Fox.

DeLorenzo was beyond touched by the gesture, and said, “As soon as I can afford it, I will be paying forward.”

Story by Victor Beigelman,

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